Category: Solitary

It Only Works if You Follow-Through

I was having a virtual coffee late last month when the topic of Pathworking came up. One of my friends said something to the effect of: “I know all these people who do a lot of meditation, and these alleged pathworking rituals, but they don’t seem to be getting anything from it. They’re still the […]

5 Ways to Draw Creativity into Your Rituals

This month’s topic is creativity and how we can utilize our creativity in our ritual work for more effective results. If you’d like to read more, check out The Art of Creative Magick. Also watch for the forthcoming book about Leviathan and the Demiurge. So let’s get into it, shall we? Five ways to draw […]

Better Energy & Spiritual Connection through Movement

Have you ever wondered why Eastern spiritual practices often have some sort of physical practice combined with the spiritual? Think about it – Yoga, Tai Chi, Martial Arts. It’s because many Eastern traditions discovered early on that a healthy mind, a healthy spiritual connection to the divine source, and a healthy body go together. Some […]

Connecting with the Daemonic

Connecting with the Daemonic Divine is more than just saying an invocation or drawing a sigil. It isn’t about pelting the Daemonic with offerings. It’s about building a relationship. That relationship isn’t based on you “hiring” a Daemon for their help. The relationship is based on creating a connection through hours upon hours of meditation, […]

Ask A Daemonolatress (Complete with a Rant)

Admittedly I’ve been slacking on Ask A Daemonolatress and for that I apologize. I had a ton of deadlines from November until now, so I will try to answer as much as I can in this blog post. Q: Why do traditionalists have so much disdain for Modern Demonolaters and refuse to hang out in […]

Beloved Dead – Making an Ancestral Altar

Have you ever been touched by the passing of someone you didn’t know personally? I was in high school when Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek, died. Although I was already a certified geek back then, Roddenberry meant little to me at the time. My friends may have been Trekkies, but phasers couldn’t stand […]