Category Archives: Musings

The Nameless Arte – Aspects of Traditional Witchcraft in Britain

Introduction  The 2nd September 2017 was a special day for two reasons. First, it was the OP’S birthday and second was the first, hopefully not last, Traditional Witchcraft Occult Conference celebrating the Nameless Arte, a phase coined by Nigel Pennick to … Continue reading

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RuneSoup Grimoires Course

After Sigils came Grimoires, specifically their history and development with a view to helping people to give it a go should they want to. I came at this from the historical perspective. The development of the magical process surrounding the grimoires … Continue reading

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Pagan Parenting – Ceremonies

Pregnancy   Pregnancy is a magical time. New life is blossoming in every way and ultimately represents a new chapter in our lives. Many feel drawn to create altars to celebrate the blessing of pregnancy as soon as conception is … Continue reading

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Invocation to Coffee

I’ve recently had minor day surgery to the back of my hand to remove a small ganglion from my wrist joint.  Its been painful, even after having a nerve cluster removed along with the offending lump, and there is nothing … Continue reading

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RuneSoup Sigils Course

Anyone who has anything to do with me on Facebook will have heard me talk about Gordon White’s RuneSoup podcast and blog over the last few years. Gordon, often called the Magician’s Magician is a leading practitioner of Chaos Magic … Continue reading

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Holidaying in the Lakes

Apologies for the interruption to normal service; they don’t call it Seldom Seen for nothing. The Tribe and I have been holidaying in the deepest darkest valleys of the Lake District and we have been out of touch both in … Continue reading

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Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor…

The question of Hekate and the Homeless is a subject that comes up from time to time and is one that can divide the community. Some modern practitioners see it as whole consistent with the wider ethos of Hekate’s role … Continue reading

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