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By | July 16, 2011 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | 2 Comments

Saturday Signal on Plutonica.netI know you’ve been asking yourself “What would a teaspoonful of neutron star do to you?” The answer: bad things.

Or you may be asking “Where has Psyche gone?” The answer is: nowhere really. I’ve just been busy. (Sorry.)

As it happens I’m still around, often on Twitter and Facebook, and I recently joined Google+ – which is pretty nifty. I blogged my initial thoughts about G+ over here. (BTW: if you’re intrigued and want an invite let me know and I will hook you up.)

I’ve also been posting reviews on Spiral Nature (see below for the full list of new stuff), and I have a few pieces forthcoming in various occult journals – further details upon publication.

Neat stuff keeps happening, and I want to share it. I don’t know where the time goes.

Here are a few things I’ve found:

As mentioned above, since our last Saturday Signal, our sister site has posted a number of new reviews which may be of interest:

And that’s the signal for this week.

I’ve missed you guys. What’s new with you?

Love that Lovecraft

By | December 8, 2009 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | 2 Comments

Unbearably Scary Solstice Combo (featuring tentacle stocking)Wondering what to buy that special twisted someone for Yule, Agnostica, Hanukkah, Kawanza, Christmas, Giftmas or whatever else it’s possible to celebrate in December?


Classics such as At the Mountains of Madness, The Case of Charles Dexter Ward and of course The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories are must haves.

For the occultniks on your list there’s Simon’s cheesy The Necronomicon, H. R. Giger’s Necronomicon, or Phil Hine’s Pseudonomicon.

There’s also Anthony B Pearsall’s compendium, The Lovecraft Lexicon, several biographies and Lovecraft’s selected letters for those who like to get behind the scenes and learn more about the author and solve that endless riddle: where did he get those ideas from?

Sculptures & busts

For the serious enthusiast there are many strange artifacts one may purchase. Continue reading »

Zombies, magickal expectations, intentional blindness, Cthulhu, and pseudo-Satanists

By | August 9, 2008 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | 9 Comments

This marks the second edition of Saturday Signal,’s attempt to sift signal from the noise of the Internet’s occultural cacophony.

Last week Beth (author of Sacred Sonoma) asked “how our “fun day” (Saturday) got named after the least fun god/planet of the week”.

Fun facts: Saturday was named in the second century, and is the only day of the week whose name comes from Roman mythology.  According to Wikipedia, it was “called dies Saturni (“Saturn’s Day”), through which…it entered into Old English as Sæternesdæg and gradually evolved into the word Continue reading »