A more recent form of magickal craft has entered the scene and is becoming ever more prevalent. This craft is known by a variety of names but is most commonly known as cyber/techno-magick/mancy.
Since the craft is relatively new there is no set system, but is free and evolving at a rapid rate. In this video, some aspects and uses of cyber magick will be discussed in terms of how the magickal community has been using it.
This is an exciting concept for the generally younger generations who have grown up with technology at hand, especially those who have been tricked into believing that spirituality and technology cannot be reconciled.
A more recent form of magickal craft has entered the scene and is becoming ever more prevalent. This craft is known by a variety of names but is most commonly known as cyber/techno-magick/mancy. For this article, it will simply be referred to as techno-magick. Different claims as to the origin of this craft have been made, the most common being witchcraft and chaos magick, however, techno-magick is practised by practitioners of many different schools and therefore is not limited to any particular school of magick. Techno magick, as the name suggests is the use of technology in a magickal craft. Since the craft is relatively new there is no set system, but is free and evolving at a rapid rate. In this article, some aspects and uses of cyber magick will be discussed in terms of how the magickal community has been using it. This must not be confused with the “Information Model of Cyber Magick” as described by various practitioners including Frater U.D. in ‘High Magick’, where the universal force of magickal energy is described as data or information which can be programmed. Instead, this article discusses the use and application of technology. (more…)
We have ritualised our lives not simply on a spiritual level, but in all facets of it. We conduct rituals in the name of our deities, self-improvement, health, cycles of time, major events, new life, inevitable death and countless more. It provides humanity with an expression.
A personal ritual is a ritual or behaviour that is designed by the user itself. In this way, the personal power of whoever is creating and using the ritual is expressed. This ritual is then authentic to the true individualism of the practitioner.
This video (Part 1) discusses the basic requirements of a personal ritual and includes the use of linguistic, artistic and visualisation factors that can be used to create a spell such a ritual or spell.
Divination is one of the most prevalent of occult and magick practices. The diversity of the art is immense, as it has been performed by tribes and cultures from all around the world since our very early human history. The divinatory arts has only expanded since then, along with advanced classification systems in order to get a clearer picture of the practice.
Divination is the act of trying to interpret or gain insight into the past, present and future events which are not present to the normal senses. Visions and spiritual communication is common in this field and is therefore considered to be of the utmost importance to spiritual practitioners.
In this video, I will discuss the typical classifications of divination, along with a brief look at the history and methods of common divination methods.
The power of our mind is indescribable in it’s full glory. It is by utilising the mind that mystic groups of the West enhance their psychic ability and spiritual connection. This article discusses why we alter the state of mind for psychic development and also provides some basic psychic empowerment techniques. These techniques are designed to ready the mind for psychic ability and are not for any advanced practitioner or member of a specific esoteric school. If you do ascribe to a school of magic or empowerment, I implore you to rather keep to your original chosen track. A specific school will always provide a good set of instructions for its purposes. (more…)
The history of divinatory Tarot is vague, debated, and largely based on belief rather than historical evidence. Some claim its origin may lie in medieval card games while others claim that is far older and hidden within the divinatory rites of ancient Egyptian and Kabbalistic mystic schools. This popular form of cartomancy is common and well known to most mystics or spiritual persons. Over the years, it has developed into what we know it to be today, continually adapting and changing its structure and methods of divination. This article takes a look at the development of tarot cartomancy throughout history, including its alterations and use in divination. (more…)
Mother Earth – Nature & Magic – The Eight Sabbats in Wicca and Neo-Paganism
In spiritual practice concerning mother earth, it is important to understand her place, cycles, and workings. By understanding the rhythmic swing of mother earth in rotation around the sun, a complete perspective is gained in knowing her laws.
Many Wicca, Neo-Pagan, New-Age Spiritualists and other Esoteric and Mystery schools use an Anglo-Saxon and Celtic inspired solar cycle. This is called the ‘wheel of the year’ among many other names and contain the eight Sabbats or key points in the solar cycles.
This calendar is used for all practical purposes for earth inspired spiritual and magical arts. For the purposes of convenience, this video discusses the Sabbats of Wicca due to its close connection to earth-orientated magic. This video provides a brief explanation of every Sabbat in terms of origin, symbol, history and magical practice.