The Domagick Divination challenge is half over, and so is April. For the last two weeks, my daily method has been determined by a roll of the dice. Adding chance to the mix has freshened up my routine a little, at the very least. It’s also helped me determine that, while I may prefer certain […]
Way back in February, 2017, I posted my first how-to on constructing and launching sigils. That one used the freestyle method. Here is another technique for creating sigils using a magick square or kamea.
Because I am not doing the galdr work with the runes that I thought I would be this time around, I want to point out someone in this Domagick challenge who is. I don’t know them (him? her? zir?), so make no commentary on this blog other than pointing people at the current subject matter. […]
I recently spent two years studying and building relationships with the 72 spirits of the Ars Goetia, approaching them respectfully as a Daemonolater. In medieval times, rituals devoted to these beings typically involved the magus calling on higher powers to force lower ones to do his bidding. After the ritual, he would then exorcise the […]
When I bought my first Tarot deck, the person who sold it to me emphasized it was tool. I was the one doing the reading, and my goal should be to read without cards. That stuck with me, but it wasn’t until last December I tried it. What I saw scared me, especially when it […]
NaNo! NaNo! No, I haven’t been conducted by Mork from Ork. I just decided I need to focus on writing rather than blogging this month. The last book I released was Daemonic Shamanism in July 2017, so I better get my act together if I want to publish in the new year. Unfortunately, my commitment […]