Last month, Netflix released a new supernatural suspense series, Things Heard and Seen featuring Amanda Seyfriend and James Norton. The couple move from Manhattan to upstate New York so that Norton’s character can take a teaching position at a small… Continue Reading
Noted occult author Dr. Richard Kaczynski has spent several years updating a visual database of places that images from the Thoth Tarot deck appear in popular culture settings: movies, TV shows, etc. They arranged chronologically according to the date each… Continue Reading
Inside Edition ran a piece on Lady Rhea Rivera, a seminal figure on the NYC occult scene since the early 70’s, beloved by diverse traditions including the local O.T.O. Have a look! https://www.insideedition.com/meet-witch-queen-new-york-who-fights-help-others-out-broom-closet-54939.
Here’s an amusing listicle, going over terms one encounters when watching the streaming series Good Omens. It begins: “If you’re new to Good Omens, never fear — we’re here to help you wade through the various cultural and theological references that will… Continue Reading
Screenrant says, “Though many of Sabrina‘s magical elements are invented by the writers, several have roots in real mythology. This adds an air of credibility to the show, though sometimes Sabrina misses the mark entirely.” So what’s accurate, and what’s completely made up?… Continue Reading
Season 2 of “Strange Angel” premieres June 13 on CBS All Access. Produced by Ridley Scott, this series explores the life of John Whiteside “Jack” Parsons, rocket scientist, Thelemite, and magician. Deadline reports: At the end of season one, Parsons… Continue Reading
Debuting just last month, a Netflix original horror-drama series The Order combines secret societies, magic, and werewolves. You know, just a typical night at your local Camp, Oasis, or Lodge. If you’re a fan of The Magicians, this might be another show… Continue Reading
On Friday, February 15th, 2019 Krewe What Thou Wilt rolled in the inaugural year of New Orleans’ latest Mardi Gras Krewe, Krewe Boheme. This marks our fifth year of parading; Krewe What Thou Wilt was established in 2015 e.v. by… Continue Reading