Book review: Queer Magic

Prower, Tomas. Queer Magic: LGBT+ Spirituality and Culture from Around the World. Llewellyn, 2018. As it's Pride Month, it seems a good time to do a review of Queer Magic, a book which takes you on a journey around the world and across the centuries to explore the intersection between LGBT+ people and magical practices... Continue Reading →

Magic

"Magic is a way of unifying the self on all its levels and directing it towards a single end". - John Michael Greer, Mystery Teachings from the Living Earth. What is magic? I know what it isn't. Magic is not waving a wand, saying some badly-phrased Latin and shooting firebolts at someone, or flying through... Continue Reading →

Friday Foraging 4

It's Friday, which means another forage through the undergrowth to bring back freshly harvested links of interest, but which I haven't the time to write a full response to. In The Guardian, author Philip Pullman has an amazing piece on The Limits of Reason and why we believe in magic. It's a long read, but... Continue Reading →

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