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On Fallow Times and Personal Evolution

To a polytheist and seeker of apotheosis like myself, to be out of contact with the spirit world is like being a fish in a desert. 1,173 more words


A Writing Entry - Strong Female Character

Ugh, I can’t express how much I hate that term.  There are lots of opinions on this, and probably many that are better articulated than mine, but given that I am trying to sell an audience on stories about a group consisting of women (see links to the side), I figured I’d throw out my seventeen cents (that’s two cents adjusted for inflation). 978 more words


[NB] Sumerian Diasporas Continued

Since writing this post on burial and necromancy, I have kept tabs on the material I’m reading for evidence about the intersection of the strands of the… 1,205 more words



Necromancy sits on the fringes of magic with other magic practitioners generally find it uneasy to discuss the subject, partially due to its nature of manipulating the dead.   37 more words

Orthodox Magic

Elementary Necromancy (Or how to talk to the dead)

Say the word necromancy and the Hollywood stereotypes pop up. Visions of hooded robes, blood sacrifice, and grave robbing will undoubtedly come up at some point early in the discussion. 985 more words

Magical Studies

The Occult Explosion

The Occult Explosion

“Now the Spirit speaks expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils;”        1 Tim 4:1… 8,825 more words

Paranormal & Supernatural

Supplementals: Necromancy

Sorcerous Encyclopedia: Necromancy

A dark and mysterious art, the practice of necromancy is almost as old as sorcery itself. It’s practitioners have always been forced to either act in secret or actively oppose the main body of immortals due to the nature of their art. 283 more words