For Whom We Toll Bells

Magical ritual comes in a wide variety of forms united in common purpose but generally differing in details. When we look at ritual, we can approach it from many directions, depending on our own predisposition, prior knowledge, and so on. For instance, on a practical, operational level we may focus on the details of the […]

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The Fear of Being Wrong is Worse than Being Wrong

Nobody appreciates the idea that they might be wrong, especially not those of us who are inclined towards the divinatory arts.  We’re supposed to know the unknowable, after all.  And it’s not just a matter of pride, either – our society puts a great emphasis on scientific materialism. If our divinations are wrong, it becomes […]

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Crucible 2016 Recap

I’ve just returned from Crucible 2016, having been invited by organizer Arthur Moyer of Omnimancy to present Divination without Self-Deception.  The contents of the presentation will be made available over time on this blog as well as in an eventual book.  I had the amazing opportunity to sit on a panel with Jason Miller of Strategic Sorcery.  For […]

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