I am often asked what I mean by “Dark Paganism” and usually have a different answer depending on the context of the question. In my book, Out of the Shadows: An Exploration of Dark Paganism and Magick, instead of defining it directly, I explore the various aspects of darkness and how it applies to Paganism… Continue reading What is Dark Paganism?
I am Sprite Lelu seaching for other dark souls in my area to hang out with, hold ceromonies, possible formation of a coven, and also parties. Looking for intelligent, semi-serious people who like to have a good time. I am a 20 year old female Boston native in New Orleans for over a year now.… Continue reading In Search in New Orleans
For nearly as long as there have been humans (and before,if you count the evidence of Neanderthal religiomagical activities..see Joseph Campbell’s description of the “cave-bear cult”..), humans have believed there are “unseen forces” at work, affecting, guiding, hindering, and otherwise interfering in human activities…
The preparation of the place involves assembling all the materials in the room where the rite is to be performed. The walls should be adorned with the drapery of whatever colour has been recommended in the Table of Correspondences, but if such extravagance is beyond your means a cloth of the correct shade covering the… Continue reading The Place
Although it is an extremely wore out topic, I believe that it is time for the rule of Christianity to discontinue.
you only need a few things to practice… a little belief, imagination, and will go a long way in this world.
Some information regarding the Book “Necronomicon” By H.P. Lovecraft This book seems to have gained much popularity since I first discovered it almost 10 years ago.
Everybody has a wolf in it, and nobody rest until they find it.
This is an answer to Sinister’s article of late November, and as it is off my current BBS board into the older stuff, I thought I would post it here. It is a worthy topic that he raised, and it merits more consideration. I also put this under the heading of Pagan, but I was… Continue reading Mind Walk Revisited