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Sun Enters Aries Tarot Emperor


Tarot Emperor Tarot Emperor is depicted as pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. Lord of both worlds, Upper and Lower Egypt, symbolized by the plants of these two regions, the lotus and the papyrus. Metaphysically these two worlds are the seen and unseen, the conscious and the subconscious. For  a deeper understanding of the cards take time to consider what is occurring in the natural world when the Sun enters Aries. Translate this astrological phenomena as a metaphor to discern its meaning regarding your question. Interpretation must come from within oneself through listening to one’s own inner voice. Take time to read Julian Jaynes […]

Black Book of the Jackal Grimoire


Black Book Jackal, A navigational guide for travel within The Ancient Egyptian Book of The Dead Black Book of the Jackal is back in print in a quality soft cover edition. Using an ingenious synthesis between the technique of the Western Occult Tradition and the formula of the Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead, Black Book offers entry points to the seven ancient gates of the Egyptian Underworld. “The Black Book of the Jackal” opens with a script for a guided meditation, followed by a theoretical fusion of Qabalah and the Egyptian Book of the Dead. Instructions and practical tips for […]

Signed Copies of Howling at the Sky


Signed Copies of Howling at the Sky Available at Magus Books Signed copies of Howling at the Sky, Draconian Architecture and the Sabian Keys, a handbook of Draconian Magick are available at Magus Books. First t published in 2002 and has been long out of print.  It has been republished and  is available again.  Using natural phenomena as symbolic representations of inner processes, we are provided a bridge to integrate ourselves back into the fabric of the universe from which we have exiled ourselves.  Once integrated, we will again be able to understand the music of the spheres and to comprehend the language […]

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Roger Williamson at Salón Arcano


Roger Williamson New Gallery at the Salón Arcano:   Salon Arcano The Salón Arcano exhibits works that deny the existence of a dividing line between art and hermetic philosophy. Hermetic Philosophy and Hermetic Art are not two independent manifestatios that have some connections and links between them: they are one and the same thing. Our tradition teaches that art is the expression of our philosophy and our philosophy is the expression of our art. The Salón Arcano was, in its origins, inspired by the Salon de la Rose+Croix of Paris, created in 1892 by Josephín Péladan, which had the intention […]

A fine art symbolic oil painting of the Ancient Egyptian God Kephra

Dance For Kali: A Review


Pagan Art Without the Pentagram Pagan Art Without the Pentagram Posted by Steven Posch on Tuesday, 04 November 2014 in Culture Blogs Anyone who thinks of contemporary pagan art as the preserve of the fey, the twee, or the technically improficient needs to get his (or her) butt down to the Minneapolis Collective of Pagan Artists’ Samhain 2014 exhibit, Doorways to the Underworld, stat. There she (or he) will encounter confident, conceptually mature work by artists fully in command of their respective media. All this without pentagrams. Well, there’s one, but on that, more later. Anglo-American painter Roger Williamson’s A […]

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Capricorn: Goat Mother of the Sun


Capricorn: Goat Mother of the Sun The Goat is the mother of the Sun, for it is in the constellation of Capricorn, whose zoomorph is a goat, that the Sun is reborn,  Meaning that the Sun begins to rise again from is lowest point. Adversity is overcome by humor. The central figure displays the personality required for facing adversity, a sense of humor.  This is also emphasized by the figure’s horns resembling a medieval fools cap. The spiral beard symbolizes time.  The blocks below illustrate the challenges that need to be overcome that become the stairs to achievement. The image is […]

Tarot Tower Explained


Tarot Tower Explained The Tower is destroyed from within and not from without.  It symbolizes that we have reached the point in our journey where we have the courage to transcend the false idea we have of ourselves, the Tower.  Escaping it we release who we truly are and see the Tower for what it is, an eidolon. Tarot of the Morning Star Tarot of the Morning Star Book Reprint

Tarot of the Morning Star Book Reprint


Tarot of the Morning Star book reprinted. Tarot of the Morning Star was first published in 2007 as a limited edition deck and book set. This second edition of the book includes 22 pages of color images from the original deck plus several pages in color of earlier renditions of the cards not included in the original published deck. The text has also been updated and expanded. This edition is the book only, deck is not included. Order from Amazon.com $24.95   Reviews of the first edition Silver Star a Journal of New Magick Tarot of the Morning Star by Roger […]

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Draconian Magick Howling at the Sky


Draconian Magick Howling at the Sky, Draconian Architecture and the Sabian Keys Howling at the Sky, Draconian Architecture and the Sabian Keys, a handbook of Draconian Magick was first published in 2002 and has been long out of print.  It has been republished and  is available again.  ISBN 978-1440434143   $19.95 Howling at the Sky A theory and practice manual of ceremonial magic. Using natural phenomena as symbolic representations of inner processes, we are provided a bridge to integrate ourselves back into the fabric of the universe from which we have exiled ourselves.  Once integrated, we will again be able to understand the […]

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