P.’.M.’.N.’.S.’.E.’.C.’.  sigil

P.’.M.’.N.’.S.’.E.’.C.’.  sigil

Frater P.’.M.’.N.’.S.’.E.’.C.’.

Frater P.’.M.’.N.’.S.’.E.’.C.’.

Marjorie Cameron, Black Egg, n.d., Paint on cardboard, 11 x 8 inches. Courtesy of the Cameron Parsons Foundation, Santa Monica

Marjorie Cameron, Black Egg, n.d., Paint on cardboard, 11 x 8 inches. Courtesy of the Cameron Parsons Foundation, Santa Monica

Marjorie Cameron, Fossil, 1958. White ink on paper, 18 3/8 inches x 11 1⁄2 inches. Courtesy of the Cameron Parsons Foundation, Santa Monica. Photo Credit: Alan Shaffer

Marjorie Cameron, Fossil, 1958. White ink on paper, 18 3/8 inches x 11 1⁄2 inches. Courtesy of the Cameron Parsons Foundation, Santa Monica. Photo Credit: Alan Shaffer

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Morana/Marzanna dolls

The Magical Motto

Originally posted on Postmodern Magic:

I’ve had three magical mottos since I started studying magic.  My first (a motto focused on aspiration, hope, and frankly embarrassing pretension) I had until I achieved Knowledge and Conversation of my HGA, at which point I changed it in order to focus on the issues that my HGA pointed out to me (duality, prejudice, self-loathing).  I had that until grad…

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Laconic kylix depicting Prometheus and Atlas -A bearded Atlas bends his knees under the weight of the mass that he must support on his shoulders, having been condemned by Zeus to keep heaven and earth separated. Associated in his punishment is another Titan, his brother Prometheus, guilty of having given fire to men. He is tied to a pole and subjected to the perpetual torture of the eagle who eats his liver which grows again every night to be eaten once again. (Cerveteri, Italy, 560-550 BC)

Laconic kylix depicting Prometheus and Atlas -
A bearded Atlas bends his knees under the weight of the mass that he must support on his shoulders, having been condemned by Zeus to keep heaven and earth separated. Associated in his punishment is another Titan, his brother Prometheus, guilty of having given fire to men. He is tied to a pole and subjected to the perpetual torture of the eagle who eats his liver which grows again every night to be eaten once again. (Cerveteri, Italy, 560-550 BC)

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Doktor Johannes Faust’s Magia Naturalis et Innaturalis, oder Dreifacher Höllenzwang, leiztes Testament und Siegelkuns [Bibliothek der Zanber-Geheimnisse-und Offenbarungs-Bucher], Prague, ca. 1587.

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