My Week in the Occult – Week 17: 2016

Lots and lots of Occult and Magick related stuff this week, so without further ado – In a blend of old and new, this week I have been mostly watching, reading, writing and listening to…

More of Chris on LuciferPART 3 – PART 4 PART 5PART 6
The Heretic Magazine #9
– Passing Through The Veil
– Living Proof of the Necronomicon’s Clairvoyant Abilities
Saint Cyprian Artwork for Sale
– A Neurosurgeon Discusses His Transformational Experience
– Meditation can knock 7 years off age of your brain
– Rise in CO2 has ‘greened Planet Earth’
– A science without time
– ‘Presence’ of Ghosts Suggests Something Strange at Work
– Mindfulness can control depression as well as drugs, study shows
– Major Arcana Tarot Card Essential Meanings
– Exploring a Vodou Priestess’s Spirited World
– Sacred Trickery and the Way of Kindness
– Finding the Magician Within
– Conquering the fear of oblivion
Cunning Folk and Wizards in Early Modern England
– The Case Against Reality
– The timeless numinosity of death
– REVIEW: Why Materialism Is Baloney
– Faith & Politics in Paganism
– North Carolina’s First Witch Trial
– Why so many celebrities have died in 2016
– Britain’s ancient festival is making a comeback
– Egypt’s most successful female Pharaoh
– The Cult of the Ruin
– Materialism and panpsychism
– Neil deGrasse Tyson Is Sucking the Fun Out of the Universe
– Existential Depression in Gifted Children
– In Search of the Mighty Dead
– The Evolutionary Argument Against Reality
– Matters of Ancestry
– When the Ancestors call for Dinner

1983 BBC Radio Doc about the Rise of the Occult
Gordon Talking Tolkien and Jung with Becca Tarnas
– Dr. Bernardo Kastrup on Skeptiko
Greg Bishop on Grimerica
Dr. Eben Alexander on The Unexplained
– Gary Lachman on Aeon Byte


Author: Tommie

Tommie Kelly is an Artist and Writer, but not always in that order. He has published a number of Comics, some of which are about music, though they're all mostly about magic in some way. Tommie believes creating art is the biggest magickal act there is and is firmly in agreement with Alan Moore that Art=Magic. He also created the Forty Servants.