We don’t fear losing life, as much as we fear losing things, like a job, identity, or our homes. This has consequences for how we think magically.
What happens when you don’t qualify ‘wok’ and ‘fun’.
Creating magic in the dark is not a myth. It’s reality of the highest.
When your significator is none of the usual suspects.
When students send you their best, and you talk about love at first sight on more levels than just the one.
Saving old houses with a sword.
Ascending and descending is a spiritual theme. What is down for you?
What makes a good diviner? Helping others? Think again.
How is your vital breath? Is it filled with magic?
What I take from Adams’s book is that we can take any historical fact, event, rite, and doctrine, and read into it what is always a travel of discovery.