Libations of Love

The Basic Framework for Hellenic Ritual The purpose of rituals First and foremost, it is imperative...

The Evolutionary Mechanics Behind Religion

“The Ethiops say that their gods are flat-nosed and black,While the Thracians say that theirs have blue eyes and red hair.Yet if cattle or horses or lions had hands and...

Qabick Cents Magick by Billy Brujo

Animation made by: Billy Brujo This is me, James Rich casting a Spell to make Qabick Cents Successful! Join us in the Black #Magick and Share and Like!

Tips for Choosing a Tarot Deck

Selecting your first tarot deck(s) or expanding your tarot collection can be a bit overwhelming. You will quickly discover there are 100s (if not 1000s) to choose from, including various...

“The Bacchants Are Few.”

An Introduction to Hellenismos In his discussion with his compatriots immediately preceding his execution at the hands of the Athenian State, Socrates...

Zoroaster, First Instituter of Philosophy by Fire and Magic. and the History of Ahura,...

Zoroaster  ‫زرتشت‬‎‎ Zartosht, زردشت Zardosht Ζωροάστρης Zōroastrēs also known as Zarathustra or as Zarathushtra Spitama, He was a Magician and said to be the inventor of magic. Also said to...

ABRACADABRA אברא כדברא: The Power of the Word

For everything in our lives is conveyed and expressed with WORDS, So knowing the Power, Beauty, Force and Ferocious Splendour of our Words Spoken and Written, is the key to understanding all the Mysteries. As language and Words create the filters through which we perceive, identify and view the world and people around Us.

Zeus, Ganesha, Hanuman & Horus: Polytheism & Deep Ecology

“Once the concept ‘nature’ was taken to mean the opposite of the concept God, the word ‘natural’ had to acquire the meaning of abominable…He is by no means the crown...

Rites of Februata: Beauty, Love & Sexuality

Philosophical concepts of love, eroticism, and sexuality through the lens of ancient fertility rites and festivities, such as the rite of Juno Februata

The Virtue of Vision

Athenian Wisdom & Medusian Hubris  Perseus Confronting Phineus with the Head of Medusa, by Sebastiano Ricci, circa 1705–1710 “Ὀφθαλμοῦ κράτει.”