Monthly Archives: October 2011

Review of God Against the Gods (from The Owl and the Lion v1 n2)

[This brief review was published in the short-lived journal of Temple Zagduku, The Owl and the Lion, in 2004. It is very timely now.] In God Against the Gods1, Jonathan Kirsch has an agenda. He spells it out in detail … Continue reading

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Review of In the Bleak Midwinter (M. R. Sellars)

In the Bleak Midwinter M. R. Sellars WillowTree Press, November 2011 It took me a while to decide that I liked Sellars’s Rowan Gant novels, which is a little odd since I am squarely in their target market interest-wise (except … Continue reading

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Review: Weird Ways of Witchcraft, Dr. Leo Louis Martello

Leo Martello1 was one of the early pioneers of public Witchcraft. He claimed Sicilian family tradition, and had obviously studied extensively in the Western Esoteric Tradition, including a sabbatical (pun intended) in Morocco, which was one of the counterculture destinations … Continue reading


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Review of The Sorcerer of Sainte Felice

“I was only an apprentice. I swear it. By all the angels in Heaven.” Fifteen year old Michael de Lorraine was about to lose his life for having been the apprentice of a dilettante, an armchair Magus, when Père Francis … Continue reading

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