Halloween is coming. But for some of us, it never leaves…. Tina Sena has had a number of high strangeness experiences in her life, but perhaps none as bold and obviously Hollywood as the time the street went dark, the people around her disappeared, and a werewolf showed up. When
Most of us have had the experience of attempting to manifest something in our lives using thought, and we have had the experience of failing. Mitch Horowitz is one of the leading experts on how to actually make this work. In this "manual for miracles" Mitch lays out just how to determine and reshape our lives. Following in the footsteps of a little known group of esoteric seekers from the 19th Century who called themselves "the Miracle Club," he weaves together a program that has worked in the past and can work for us today.
Some people feel called to preach. Others, called to an occupation. Thad McKraken feels called to the occult. Perhaps "feels" is the wrong word to use when a shadowy being in a cloak materializes and snaps you out of your sense of normalcy. For Thad, that’s exactly what happened.
Normally, magic and the occult are presented in the media either as something to be snickered at or as a supernatural wonder and, often, danger. But there’s more to it than that, much more, and in this searching interview with Carl Abrahamsson, the author of Occulture, Whitley explores the deeper resonances of the age old practices that fall under the rubric of “magic.”
Their conversation about how art and magic intersect is powerfully mind-opening, and the way that Carl explains how magic actually works in the modern world, transforming our lives on a daily basis, is brain-bending.