A Year of Ceremonial Magic: Month Six

I am very late in updating my monthly progress through Donald Michael Kraig's Modern Magic: Twelve Lessons in the High Magical Arts, mostly due to school commitments. Now that I've graduated, I will be catching up on my blog posts about my progress. All insights and experiences are taken directly from my notes and ritual diary entries, and all rituals described have been faithfully performed...

A Year of Ceremonial Magic: Month Five

I am very late in updating my monthly progress through Donald Michael Kraig's Modern Magic: Twelve Lessons in the High Magical Arts, mostly due to school commitments. Now that I've graduated, I will be catching up on my blog posts about my progress. All insights and experiences are taken directly from my notes and ritual diary entries, and all rituals described have been faithfully performed...

A Year of Ceremonial Magic: Month Four

I am very late in updating my monthly progress through Donald Michael Kraig's Modern Magic: Twelve Lessons in the High Magical Arts, mostly due to school commitments. Now that I've graduated, I will be catching up on my blog posts about my progress. All insights and experiences are taken directly from my notes and ritual diary entries, and all rituals described have been faithfully performed...

Impressions of PantheaCon: Sunday

I lingered at home instead of returning to the Con in the morning. It was nice to relax, drink hot coffee (with coconut milk French vanilla creamer - yum!) and watch some Buffy the Vampire Slayer before heading back to the Doubletree Hotel. The first session I attended on Sunday was Rethinking the Language of Health for Clergy with Reverend Gina A. Pond. This was a discussion I was eager to get...

Impressions of PantheaCon: Saturday

There is a palpable lack of energy at this particular Pantheacon. Everyone seems much more quiet and less enthusiastic; maybe it's Mercury retrograde or maybe everyone is still reeling from 2013. We showed up later in the day, mostly because we had such a late Friday night and wanted to sleep in. Diana Paxson's Divine Relationships was the first session we attended. Diana was her usual...