MonthJune 2004

Magazine for young witches

And via Christopher Penczak’s web site, a magazine that seems kinda cool:

newWitch is a magazine dedicated to, featuring, and partially written by young or beginning Witches, Wiccans, Neo-Pagans, and other earth-based, ethnic, pre-Christian, shamanic, and magical practitioners. Everyone from Traditional Wiccans to potion-makers to Asatruar to eco-Pagans can find something in these pages. The one thing we all have in common is a willingness to look at the world, our magical and spiritual paths, and ourselves in new ways. We hope to reach not only those already involved in what we cover, but the curious and completely new as well.

newWitch Magazine.

In his Pop! Magick series, Grant Morrison said: “The first person to create and launch a mass market glossy magic magazine for young women will become as rich in the first decade of 21c. as the creators of ‘Loaded’ magazine became in the last decade of 20c.”

Interview with magick author Christopher Penczak

Saw City Magick mentioned on LVX23 and ended up finding this on google:

Another Moon: Christopher Penczak interview

The Obscurantist Closes Shop

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Hurry up and go check out the Obscurantist’s art now, before it disappears!

He’ll still be posting on Spitting Image and American Samizdat.

Previously:

Trippy picture blog

Histology of the Human Tongue

Quantum Gods

LVX23 quotes Jeff Love’s book:

The central hypothesis of the model of Psychometaphysics concerning the Qabalah is this: the personage who is described in the Qabalah, Judaism, and Christianity as God is a metaphor for the essential nature of each individual human being. I am calling that essential nature the Quantum God…The process of personal maturation can be defined as being the gradual making contact with one’s primal intentionality, and bringing one’s conscious will into phase with it.

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Daniel Pinchbeck interview

I’d never heard of this guy before, but I like this quote about Burning Man:

Burning Man is the post-modern continuation of those ancient festivals-it is a miraculous manifestation of the “Archaic Revival” described by Terence McKenna. On an occult level, I almost suspect that Burning Man is creating a model, on the astral plane, for how all human communities will exist in the future. One amazing aspect of Burning Man is how the event penetrates into one’s dream life-after going there, I dreamt about some version of it almost every night for many months afterwards. I know that many people have the same reaction. How could the egalitarian, freedom-oriented, cashless, utopian form of Burning Man be implemented in a more permanent way, or on a larger scale? I have no clue.

Brainmachines: Interview with Daniel Pinchbeck

(via New World Disorder)

Thousands Gather for Summer Solstice at Stonehenge

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More Photos: Yahoo News: Thousands Gather for Summer Solstice at Stonehenge

(via Wes)

The art of Nanami Rio

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Nanami Rio

I found this on Kirsten’s blog Thumbmonkey, which she said she was discontinueing a few months ago. I stopped by it today and, what a pleasant surprise, there were a few months worth of posts! She has a really fun, unique blog and I’m glad she’s sticking with it!

Online courses with Robert Anton Wilson

Online classes taught by Robert Anton Wilson on: the 8 Dimensions of “Mind,” Illuminatus!, conspiracy, and more.

MaybeLogic Academy

(via Post-Atomic).

Abuddha’s Memes is back

One more plug for tonight: Have I mentioned that Abuddha’s Memes is back?

Recognizing, Dear Readers, that I have been away an inordinate amout of time, especially considering the pace of the blogosphere, I can only plead the direst of poverty and utterly unsuitable housing. This enforced break from the web has, however, refreshed my take on things; and slowed my need/greed for information whilst increasing my appreciation of actual deeds. The ‘net is absolutely the most important advance in human communication since Gutenberg. This does not, and must not, abrogate our (trans)personal responsibilities and needs.

We of the ‘developed’ world are indeed the most fortunate group of humans. And yet at the same time we are the most despicable, spoiled, distracted, and disgusting (sub)species to have ever inhabited this planetship. How we deal with this primary, seemingly intractable hypocricy will define our suvivability, and that of most other species.

Preview of Valis’s novel

Another plug for one of the crew: Valis posted a preview of his novel.

Valis: ‘Shackle Me Not’ Preview

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