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Archive for August 2018

Human-Wolves among the Navaho

(adaptation from the book by William Morgan, published by Section of anthropology, Department of the social sciences, Yale university, 1936) To store their food for the winter, the Navajo dry corn and bury it in a hole dug beside their hogan, a domed shelter made from dried mud.  They cover the hole with a stone…

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Treatise on Magic

INTRODUCTION: The purpose of this document is to explain the origins of magic and mysticism as recorded by Gaius Horace Victorinus of Val Magus. His original writings were lost several centuries ago.  However, an illuminated manuscript of Victorinus’ works recently was discovered in the Library of the White Circle among dusty tomes of forgotten lore.…

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The Secret to the Blood of Cayn

The following excerpt comes from an ancient document written over a 1000 years ago. Swá ðá drihtguman dréamum lifdon éadiglice oð ðæt án ongan fyrene fremman féond on helle· wæs se grimma gaést Grendel háten maére mearcstapa sé þe móras héold fen ond fæsten· fífelcynnes eard wonsaélí wer weardode hwíle siþðan him scyppend forscrifen hæfde…

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