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Raye Schwarz
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you can never be too rich, or too purple...
you can never be too rich, or too purple...

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I've never regretted not opening a Facebook account. 

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We used delightfully-speckled orca beans to symbolize the spring equinox and the balance of light and dark.

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Enjoy this from Dan and Josh...

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For the discerning and understated alchemist or occultist...

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If you are at Pantheacon this weekend, and are into pop culture, catch my friend Emily and her workshop on Pop Culture Magick!

Do you love Doctor Who, Star Wars, World of Warcraft, Superheroes, and Dungeons and Dragons? Want to learn how to harness that geekery into effective magick? In this workshop we’ll explore how to use the characters and iconography we love from sci-fi, fantasy, and gaming to perform magick that takes advantage of the pathways already seared into our brains by geeking out. This workshop is appropriate for people of all paths and ages, at any level of nerdiness. Updated for 2017!
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Alan Moore and Grant Morrison are two of the world's greatest comics writers.

They are also both serious, hardcore magicians.

And they've been in a wizard-war with each other for the last 25+ years. A war that has spilled over into the pages of their comics, which are sometimes literal spells they've cast at each other.

http://www.break.com/article/alan-moore-and-grant-morrison-occult-war-for-25-years-3080666

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I'm not so much a Hex-er myself, but as the author says, it's the sort of thing that does come to mind these days. Good advice here, especially about what you don't want to have happen.
Sometimes you've just got to hex the motherf*****er.

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For people who don't have the physical or psychic resources to go to marches or protests, doing magickal work is a great way to stay connected to the more visible forms of activism.

Here's a great spell for inaugural day. 

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Illustris is hosting a Magickal Salon in Seattle on Sunday, January 8, 2017 from 12:30pm to 2pm on “Participating in Ritual.”

In this salon we will be discussing the basic elements of ritual and common etiquette for ritual participation. Come and share your ritual questions and experiences, whatever your background or experience level. Our discussion and examples will include rituals from several different traditions and will be as non-denominational as possible. Depending on the desires of participants we may have a mini-ritual for practice. Please join us!

This event is being held at Edge of the Circle Books in Seattle’s U District. Admission is free. Illustris welcomes people of all paths and experience levels.
If you have any questions, you are invited to go to the Illustris Facebook page for more info, http://www.facebook.com/illustrisPagan
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