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New biography of Ida Craddock to be published by Weiser

By | November 12, 2010 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | 7 Comments

Sexual Outlaw, Erotic Mystic: The Essential Ida Craddock, written by Vere Chappell, with a forward by Mary K. Greer, will be released in December by Weiser Books.

Not just a biography, in Sexual Outlaw, Erotic Mystic the author has compiled  “the most extensive collection of Craddock’s work including original essays, diary excerpts, and suicide letters”.

The keywords associated with this book are hot: “Sex, Magick, Aleister Crowley, Orgasms, Erotic Dances, Angelic Beings, Revolutionary Activism, Liberation, Persecution, Defiance, and Suicide.” Intense.

From the book’s description on the publisher’s website: Continue reading »

Pamela Colman Smith, Thoth, Faust and hand games

By | July 3, 2010 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | Comments Off

Saturday Signal on Plutonica.netSaturday Signal: sifting the signal from the noise of the Internet’s occultural cacophony.

Scheduling posts is a really useful WordPress feature, because by the time you read this I will be in a remote cabin in the woods and have no Internet connectivity whatsoever.

So, using the powers of technology and foresight, I have prepared a list of signals for your education and amusement.


Ok, this one could possibly classify as noise, but it seems pretty cool…if you can sort it out:

That’s it for this week, kids. I hope I don’t get eaten by a bear.

As always, if you come across anything nifty, please share it in the comments, or if you use delicious tag it “ahrfoundation” and we’ll take a look. Thanks!

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Toronto Pagans, tarot, sceptics, and blogging

By | September 6, 2008 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | 2 Comments

Saturday Signal: sifting the signal from the noise of the Internet’s occultural cacophony.

September’s another busy month: Pagan Pride days, the beginning of Ganesh Chaturthi, mainstream publishing begins its big Fall push, and the autumnal equinox and its surrounding festivities loom ever closer. Continue reading »