-Magic of the Ordinary by Gershon Winkler
-Marcus Aurelius' Meditations
-The Dream of Scipio and a few other translated Neoplatonic works...
-Classical Living by Frances Bernstein
Stuff to read over the coming year:
-Archetypes on the Tree of Life
-3 books of Occultic Philosophy by Cornelius Agrippa
Reading list will be updated with new entries over time.
Beliefs / Practices
Pagan, Witch, Mystic, Other Spirituality
-VERY liberal Judaism
-Egalitarian with regards to gender rights
Writing, drawing, playing music, a little embroidery and baking, occasionally playing video games.
Grant Morrison (I may not be a chaote but I admire his integration of art and magick)
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I think I found it while surfing one day...
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How does Judaism form a part of your spiritual life?Do you integrate it in mysticism? Are you entirely Jewish aside from maybe a more earth-based approach? Or does Jewitchery for you entail a sort of fusion between Judaism and Paganism?I am curious about documenting the different approaches to Jewitchery.See More
Hey, gang, long time watching, first time posting. I thought I'd post a couple of recipes that go right back to Roman times. The bread is great for honouring Ceres/Demeter (As we now, the Romans and Greeks were great, syncretic neighbours), and the ricotta tarts, first mentioned by Cato the elder, are good for virtually any holiday.Roman Spelt Bread:https://www.dovesfarm.co.uk/recipes/roman-style-slipper-loaf/Ricotta…See More