The New Yorker addressed a number of recently published books addressing the Spiritualist movement of the 19th century, seeking to relate that to a contemporary resurgence in interest in necromantic communications. This topic, I’d suggest, should be of central interest… Continue Reading
A small taste of the Kabbalistic vision of the klipah-foam (malkut) from the forthcoming sixth volume of LFA: When mind is locked within a klipah (qlipah), its limitation is all that it can know and there is no perspective beyond… Continue Reading
You can find a big bunch of pre-recorded classes by Deputy National Grand Master of Ordo Templi Orientis USA, Lon Milo Duquette, available for purchase here: https://more.magicalegypt.com/classes-duquette-1/.
This Spring saw the publication of a new book on Gnostic Saint William Blake, William Blake vs The World by John Higgs. Higgs’ website posts the following description: “Poet, artist, visionary and author of the unofficial English national anthem ‘Jerusalem’,… Continue Reading
Australian occult artist Robert Buratti posted on FB: “The ‘People of the Secret’ is one of the more fascinating concepts within eastern spiritual thought, and one which is starting to be incorrectly morphed into a few fringe conspiracy theories –… Continue Reading
Wow. I dunno how I missed this book by noted occult author Tobias Churton, who’s penned a series of books on various periods in the life of the Prophet of the Lovely Star: The Lost Pillars of Enoch: When Science… Continue Reading
This August, Academic Studies Press will be publishing Zvi Ish-Shalom’s Sleep, Death, and Rebirth: Mystical Practices of Lurianic Kabbalah. The publisher’s description says: “In the sixteenth century, the famous kabbalist Isaac Luria transmitted a secret trove of highly complex mystical practices to… Continue Reading