Did you miss an episode of the magical experiments podcast in July and August? Listen to them.
Magical Experiments podcast: Performance Art and Magic with Hannah Haddix
Magical Experiments podcast: Victor Anderson: an American Shaman with Cornelia Benavidez
Magical Experiments podcast: The Masks of Lucifer with Asenath Mason and Bill Duvendack
Magical Experiments podcast: The pop culture magic of Star Wars with Leni Hester
Magical Experiments podcast:Practical Sales Magic with Dubious Monk
Magical Experiments podcast: The pop culture magic of Zelda with Cloud Jetters
Book Review: The Hidden Adept and the Inward Vision by R. J. Stewart
This is the fascinating story of A. R. Heaver, a little known practitioner of magic and his work with Stillness as well as the western mystery traditions. It's more of a biography and history book than anything else, but there are some interesting esoteric gems in the book and if you have an interest in the Glastonbury well, then this book will have some pertinent history that's worth learning. I do wish the author the author had included some of his own interactions with A. R. Heaver in the book. He only gives a passing mention to them. That said, I've found reading and meditating on some of the material of the book to be helpful with my own meditations on stillness.