In this video I talk about Tech and Tools, apparently. Enjoy!
In part 2 of the Applied Hermetics, I had another presentation and went a little deeper into the things that make up the Hermetic path.
I’ve been doing some live broadcasts from the local O.T.O. Oasis, but they aren’t, strictly speaking, O.T.O. focused materials. Nevertheless, I’ve been asked to find a way to share them on ZeroEqualsTwo, so I am. I trust you’ve known enough… Continue Reading
A brother posted recently on Facebook about how the current polemic in U.S. politics is influencing the experiences of people at their local camps, oases, and lodges. It can hardly be said that Aleister Crowley had no political leanings, but… Continue Reading
Subtitled: Martial Magick? Naaaaaaah… My kiddos are watching the new version of Voltron on their days off from school, and I happen to get a little engrossed in it sometimes during the day. Kieth has a sword hand. I’m a… Continue Reading
Someone qualified should write a post explaining what are the right things to do when people in our occult circles start exhibiting symptoms of a mental health crisis. I won’t pretend to be qualified. Back when I was all into… Continue Reading
Wowsers, guys, this whole Summer of Promulgation thing has been amazing. I previously mentioned our Pride booth at the Twin Cities Pride Festival, and that was a two-day marathon of joyful promulgation that left me wiped out for a week.… Continue Reading
Josh Peters, a local brother at Leaping Laughter Oasis, is a stage performer who presents The Dangerous Fun Show, a presentation of daring acts designed to thrill and excite audiences, reminiscent of the side show acts of days gone by.… Continue Reading
Dunno if anyone else has mentioned it, but William Blake Lodge in Baltimore, MD is putting on their annual Massathon! Previous years included themed masses, classes, and the deep immersion of a weekend in Liber XV that is only felt… Continue Reading
This year, the body master of Leaping Laughter Oasis (the lovely Harper Feist) decided this summer would be our Summer of Promulgation. We picked three local events, Paganicon, Pride, and Pagan Pride, and we set up everything we needed to… Continue Reading