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Daily Tarot Readings: Day Thirty-Eight

Alright, today’s tarot spread might make people hate me. But, no one ever learned by staying in their comfort zone. Today’s card is largely to blame for the particular spread I chose, but I still find the spread creative and … Continue reading

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Daily Tarot Readings: Day Thirty-Seven

Yesterday, I wasn’t actually feeling all that great. For some reason, I just couldn’t bring myself to do a card reading. I did pull a card for the day, but that was it. My mind spaced out when trying to … Continue reading

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Daily Tarot Readings: Day Twenty-Eight

Today is the day we finally do a complicated tarot spread! I’ve been playing around with some ideas, and well, I think I finally got it worked out. This spread can take a long time to dissect, but why not … Continue reading

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Belief Through Books: Christian Esoteric Selections

Ever wondered what kind of books there are for Christian Occultists? Well, I couldn’t help but ask the question lately. So, I’ve decided to share five of my findings with you. These books are simply the ones I found, and I haven’t even read them yet. But, I thought I’d share some of what others recommend. Keep in mind, these books have to be focused on Christian Occultism. Books like The Mystical Kabbalah, Advanced Magick, and even, The Keys of Solomon are not accounted for. Continue reading

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Kemetic Reconstruction For The Hellenic Polytheist

Today, I want to tackle a tough topic to talk about: Kemetic Reconstruction. If you choose to research the Golden Dawn or do the Kabbalah Magic curriculum, Kemetic Reconstruction will be an important step in that process. Some might be tempted to substitute Kemetic Reconstruction with a form of Egyptian Paganism, but I don’t think this would be correct. Does the Golden Dawn get it all right? Probably not. But, when we’re talking about the symbolism of a religion and its impact on the subconscious, it’s important to be more Reconstructionist than, say, Pagan. The problem is, what if you belong to a different religion? Let’s talk about this specifically. Continue reading

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Daily Tarot Readings: Day Sixteen

To begin, it’s probably worth noting I have a lot going on today. Thursdays are just typically like that for me. It’s always just a busy day right before the weekend… sort of. So, I feel like today’s card is … Continue reading

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Daily Tarot Readings: Day Fifteen

For tarot meditations today, I wanted to do something a little different. I’m a little concerned the meditation is giving way to the actual symbolism of the card, which was never my intention. So, for today, let’s try a new … Continue reading

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