SoT Ep16 – Left Hand Path

laurie73acThis episode James and Colleen discuss the Left Hand Path with Laurie Pneumatikos, moderator at the Luciferian Research Society,  and organizer of the 2nd International Left Hand Path Conference.

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People and things mentioned in the show

Ecclesia Gnostica Universalis

Anton LaVey

Types of Satanism

Connect with Laurie on her blog or on Facebook.

Announcements

James will be a presenter at the 2nd International Left Hand Path Conference in Indianapolis, July 25th-27th.

Check out all the events at Camp Midian festival site!

Scroll of Thoth Press is looking for submissions!

You can now download My Babylon – Book One: Body for free at Amazon. Please download a copy to help me move up the charts.

James has released the ebooks My Babylon Complete Edition containing all five novellas is now on sale for $2.99.

Call and leave a message for the show at 317-296-3247 or email james at scrollofthoth dot com.

Connect with Colleen on facebook.

Connect with James at jameslwilber.comFacebookTwitter, and tumblr, and scrollofthoth.tumblr.comhttp://magicalrecord.tumblr.com/

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SoT Ep15 – Writing Wild with TJ Burns

c82b17ddc6530a900484a7.L._V339284976_SX200_This episode James and Colleen talk with T.J. Burns, author of Writing Wild: Crafting the Pagan Memoir.

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People and things mentioned in the show

T.J. has been writing stories, poems and bad one-act plays for as long as she can remember. At midlife, and after many other career paths, she turned once again to her first love – writing. In 2008 she earned a MFA in Writing from Goddard College. Today writing is both her passion and her profession.

T.J.’s publications include “Writing Wild: Crafting the Pagan Memoir” and “The Ones Who Dance Alone: Full Moon Celebrations for the Solitary Witch

She is currently working on another non-fiction book titled “Slow the Wheel: A Crone’s Guide for Savoring the Season” and a novel, “Meeting Ganesh at the Silverlake Mall.”

T.J. Teaches memoir writing online and is available for one-on-one instruction.

She publishes her pagan books through the Pagan Writers Press.

T.J. also writes fiction under the name Tammie J. Burnsed. Check out her short story

Announcements

Both Laurelei and James will be presenters at the 2nd International Left Hand Path Conference in Indianapolis, July 25th-27th.

Check out all the events at Camp Midian festival site!

You can now download My Babylon – Book One: Body for free at Amazon. Please download a copy to help me move up the charts.

James has released the ebooks My Babylon Complete Edition containing all five novellas is now on sale for $2.99.

Call and leave a message for the show at 317-296-3247 or email james at scrollofthoth dot com.

Connect with Brian and Christie through the Facebook page Your Higher Self Indy, and learn about what festivals they will be participating in.

Connect with Colleen on facebook.

Connect with Shade at http://shadeofroses.tumblr.com/ or at geeksoutafterdark.com

Connect with James at jameslwilber.comFacebookTwitter, and tumblr, and scrollofthoth.tumblr.comhttp://magicalrecord.tumblr.com/

Please consider helping the show by using our Amazon search window and donating via Paypal.

Our music is graciously provided by Shoeboxx Recordings. Check out their music on Soundcloud and like them on facebook. The intro is a selection from Journey by Kouben, the ending music is Hair Dye the WTCHDCTR remix by Eest Coast.

 

Scroll of Thoth Press

For some time I’ve been thinking about writing books about magick. I’ve come to the conclusion that I don’t have enough experience and depth of knowledge to carry an entire book. What I do have, however, is multiple years of experience as an editor, producer, and distributor of fanzines, magazines, books, and ebooks. Through my podcast and my blogs, I have a way to reach a substantial audience for esoteric works. So it recently occurred to me, why not become a publisher?

There are a lot of esoteric book publishers out there, but I haven’t seen many that fit a certain niche. I want to buck the trend of making expensive and hard to get talismanic books. It’s not that I don’t love those tomes, but I see a need for giving a voice to some of the up-and-coming practitioners who may not be able to draw an audience to justify those kinds of books. Also, I see a desire for more books that are not directed at beginners and are accessible and affordable.

This is an open call to all practitioners with a desire to share their work.

Let’s get the sticky part out of the way first. As a writer, I am a strong believer that content producers should get paid. But we all know that esoteric book publishing is a cottage industry. I have the means in place to get the books to market, that costs more time than money. I don’t have the means to pay an advance. What I can offer is royalties based on sales. I am taking 20% off the top for the work that goes into production and distribution. After that, contributors will be paid on a 90 day cycle, earning a percentage of the gross sales based on the length of their contribution.

Example:

If we publish a book on November 1st, your first payment would be January 28th, and you would receive a payment every 90 days after that for as long as the book sells. If the book’s total gross sales are $200, I would get $40 and the rest would be divided amongst the contributors. From a book that is 80,000 words, you wrote a section that was 15,000. That’s 18.6% and you would get 18.6% of $160 ($29.76) in your first 90 days.

Nobody will be getting rich from this but it’s the fairest way I can think of to make sure everyone gets paid. Reports from distribution channels will be included with payments so you can verify the numbers. Introductions, acknowledgements, forwards, and appendices will not be included towards word count.

With that out of the way, here are the subjects I would like to cover first.

Activist Magick

For this project I’m looking for contributions about using magick for social justice and political causes. It could include essays in the history of activist magick, basic principles, organizations, and magical rituals or operations that further causes. Please query before September 1st. Final submissions must be complete by October 18th, with a target publication date of December 1st.

Aeonics

This will be a collection of essays about belief in aeonics and their effect on magical systems. I’m especially interested in contributions that concern alternative aeonic systems, but well written examinations of Thelemic or other popular aeonic schemes would be welcome. I also want to see how aeonic belief directly effects actual magick being performed. Please query by October 1st. Final submissions must be complete by November 15th, with a target publication day of February 1st, 2015.

Query

To query, send an email to james at scrollofthoth dot com. For both books, I’m looking for contributions 3,000 to 15,000 words in length, with a target total word count for the book between 70,000-85,000 words. Your query should be a basic outline of your proposed contribution and be at least 500 words. The query also serves as your writing sample, so be mindful of the quality of the writing itself.

Promotion

No one sells books without promotion. All authors would be expected to promote the books on their own social media and other outlets. Authors are also required to produce one, short (at least 500 words) related blog post for the Scroll of Thoth website, and appear as guests on the Scroll of Thoth podcast. I’m sure you can see how this would be beneficial to all involved.

I’m extremely excited about this project and looking forward to the submissions people send in. I hope that authors and practitioners see this as an excellent way to get started in publishing and advance their own magick.

Review – EPoCh: The Esotericon and Portals of Chaos by Peter J. Carroll and Matt Kaybryn

unnamedI’m jumping on a bandwagon with this review. Others have already spoken out on the quality of both the writing and the production of the Epoch, but I feel a certain obligation to add my thoughts for many reasons. For starters, a new book by Peter J. Carroll always makes waves through the chaos magick continuum, and we would be fools not to give it the coverage it deserves. Also, Mr. Carroll was gracious enough to give us an interview before the release, and it seems only right to tell people about the book now that it has arrived. Especially since the creators have taken the brave stance of not releasing the book on Amazon. They felt that Amazon’s demands were unjustifiable and they don’t appreciate the company’s dodgy business practices. Though I sell on Amazon myself, I empathize with those beliefs. So without the Amazon juggernaut to facilitate distribution, more word of mouth is required. Last, I am just a huge fan of Peter J. Carroll and I’m just too damn excited not to share.

The Epoch consists of The Esotericon—a 200 page, 11 in x 9 in, hardbound book, lavishly illustrated in full color. Its workmanship reminded me of some of the high-end RPG books on the market by folks like Paizo Publishing and Onyx Path. My only beef with the construction is the three column format laid out landscape, at times makes the book difficult to handle. Though I suppose it does give the book more gravity. I myself would have appreciated a PDF to accompany each purchase for reference purposes, but I understand why the creators would be shy on that idea. The second part of the Epoch is the Portals of Chaos cards illustrated by Matt Kaybryn. The cards are much larger than any card set I’ve seen before, each one 9 in x 5 3/4 in. While some decried the use of computer artwork on the cards, it is obvious to me that the style was intentional. Computer created art does not look that way these days unless someone is doing it deliberately. Each card is an amazing rendition of a theme, be it a god, element, or elder being. The cards seem flimsy, but they can withstand some wear. I spilled wax on my Thoth card and it came right off without damaging the card. You’re going to want to start looking for some kind of case for your cards right away. I am thinking of hollowing out a book for the purpose.eso

The first chapter of Esotericon lays out Peter J. Carroll’s history of magick from Antiquity to H.P. Lovecraft. It includes his personal system of Aeonics, which is the only part I take exception to, partly because I am probably too wrapped up in my own, and also by necessity, Aeonics paints large swaths of history with a broad brush, which by its nature obscures the nuanced truth.

I did find fascinating his idea that we are moving from a Platonic Pagan-Monotheist paradigm, loosely put, looking for god from without, to a Quantum Neo-Pagan paradigm that looks for god from within.

The second part of the book describes a totally new system of correspondences called Chaobala. For someone like myself who has never felt attracted to traditional Kabalah, this is a godsend. With a masterful hand, Peter Carroll sets up a path of metaphysical understanding working up from the classic Aristotlian  elements, through Baphomet as a symbol of universal life, through a range of god-forms both Western and a few Eastern, to at last end up at the Lovecraftian Elder Gods, used as symbols for humanity’s new existential, cosmic perspective, as we stand ready to use our new god-like knowledge to take our place amongst the stars or totally annihilate each other.

This is where the cards come in. While they can be used for divination, they are designed for use as altar pieces for evocation and invocation of the elements, gods, and elder beings. It can be seem as akin to traveling up the Tree of Life. A magician can work their way through each invocation, learning about themselves, the many parts of their psyche, and their own ability.

The last part of the book contains Peter J. Carroll’s own Necronomicon. Unlike the versions that have gone before, the author does not feel a need to make a slavish pseudo-reproduction of the fictional book. Nor does he write a modern goetia with the names cut and paste from Lovecraft’s Mythos. This is a totally new grimoire, which approaches the material in a thematic sense. Carroll points out why the Mythos have been so appealing to readers, and especially magicians, for years. Though he’s not the first to call Lovecraft’s creation a mythology for atheists, he takes that idea and applies it to a system that appeals to the modern chaos magician. It is also blessedly detailed, with full instructions on creating magical tools and the incantations for the principle deities in the system.

Without a doubt the Epoch will have great influence on the chaos magick paradigm and modern magick in general for years to come. I think every magician, even if they have their own correspondences, should examine the Chaobola system for its elegance and breadth.

portIn the UK and Europe, purchase the Epoch directly from Arcanorium College for 30 pound. In the US, it is being distributed by Weiser Antiquarian for 60 dollars, and you save considerably on the postage. My copy from Weiser came signed and contained both a postcard from Arcanorium and a book mark. It is my understanding that Weiser has sold through its first shipment and subsequent lots may or may not have these features.

SoT Ep 14 – Asatru

James and Colleen talk with Brian and Christie Jenkins about Asatru and the Troth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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People and things mentioned in the show

Brian and Christie are Gothi and Gythia of the Kvasir Brunner Kindred.

Announcements

Brian and Christie will be hosting YHS Asatru meetings at the Church Within in Indianapolis starting May 24th.

Brian, Christie, and Colleen will be speaking at the Southern Indiana Druid and Heathen Event (SIDHE): July 18 – 20, 2014 at Midian.

Find out more about Brian and Christie’s events through the Facebook page Your Higher Self Indy, and learn about what festivals they will be participating in.

James will be giving a presentation on the Babalon Current in Modern Magick at the 2nd International Left Hand Path Conference in Indianapolis, July 25th-27th.

To celebrate the one year anniversary of Book One, My Babylon Complete Edition is on sale at Amazon and Smashwords for only 99 cents through May 1st.

Mentioned on the show, get Of Little Faith for free on Smashwords or for 99 cents on Amazon.

Call and leave a message for the show at 317-296-3247 or email james at scrollofthoth dot com.

Connect with Brian K. Jenkins and Christie Minor Jenkins on Facebook.

Connect with Colleen on facebook.

Connect with James at jameslwilber.comFacebookTwitter, and tumblr, and scrollofthoth.tumblr.comhttp://magicalrecord.tumblr.com/

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SoT Ep 13 – Babalon in Black

This episode James, Colleen and Shade OfRoses speak with Laurelei and Natalie Black about the Babalon Rising Festival, Liber Qayin, Polyamory, being a priestess of Aphrodite, and the Witches’ goetia.

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People and things mentioned in the show

We have an email interview with Peter J. Carroll on the website. He talks about chaos magick and his new book, The Epoch.

Natalie is a founding organizer of the Babalon Rising Pan-Thelemic Festival, now in its 8th year.

Laurelei and Natalie have co-authored many books under their Asteria Books imprint:

Liber Qayin

Cult of Aphrodite: Rites and Festivals of the Golden One

The Witches’ Key to the Legion: A Guide to Solomonic Sorcery

Temple of Love

Announcements

Both Laurelei and James will be presenters at the 2nd International Left Hand Path Conference in Indianapolis, July 25th-27th.

Check out all the events at Camp Midian festival site!

You can now download My Babylon – Book One: Body for free at Amazon. Please download a copy to help me move up the charts.

James has released the ebooks My Babylon Complete Edition containing all five novellas is now on sale for $2.99.

Call and leave a message for the show at 317-296-3247 or email james at scrollofthoth dot com.

Connect with Laurelei Black at her blog http://aphroditespriestess.blogspot.com/ or on Facebook.

Connect with Natalie Black on Facebook or visit her at Inner Path

Connect with Colleen on facebook.

Connect with Shade at http://shadeofroses.tumblr.com/ or at geeksoutafterdark.com

Connect with James at jameslwilber.comFacebookTwitter, and tumblr, and scrollofthoth.tumblr.comhttp://magicalrecord.tumblr.com/

Please consider helping the show by using our Amazon search window and donating via Paypal.

Our music is graciously provided by Shoeboxx Recordings. Check out their music on Soundcloud and like them on facebook. The intro is a selection from Journey by Kouben, the ending music is Hair Dye the WTCHDCTR remix by Eest Coast.

 

Interview with Peter J. Carroll

Anyone who has been practicing magick in the last twenty-five years shouldn’t need to be told who Peter J. Carroll is. Along with Austin Osman Spare, Ray Sherwin, and Phil Hine, Peter Carroll is considered one of the founders of the chaos magick movement. His book, Liber Null, is an occult bestseller and all of his subsequent writings: Liber Kaos, Psybermagick, The Apophenion, and The Octavo, have been influential in their own right. Pope Pete (retired) was also the founder of the Illuminates of Thanateros, AKA The Pact, the premier chaos magick organization.

These days he is Chancellor of Arcanorium College, an online magical university, and has recently completed a new book, Epoch.  To accompany the Epoch, Pete enlisted the aid of artist Matt Kabryn to create the Portals of Chaos cards. The fifty-four card deck, not a simple re-hash of the tarot, can be used more various magical works besides divination.

For those who remember the first Scroll of Thoth podcast, Peter Carroll has had a profound effect on my own career as a magician. His lecture, “The Philosophy and Practice of Magick,” opened my eyes, to a view of magick that transcends Thelema, traditional ritual magick, and shamanism.

That’s why it’s my distinct privilege to have Peter J. Carroll answer some questions on his magical career and upcoming work.

 

SoT: Liber Null has become the foundation for a world-spanning magical order and an entire movement within the magical subculture. What were your expectations when you first wrote it?

Pete:  It seemed to me the next logical step in the development of magic; after all we inhabit an era when the classical ‘spirit’ paradigm and even the nineteenth century ‘energy’ paradigm appear increasingly inadequate to model esoteric phenomena, and the new cross-cultural eclecticism demands that we take into account esoteric ideas from other cultures and theoretical ideas from other disciplines such as science and psychology. I had no expectations other than to organize and upgrade my own ideas at first but it didn’t surprise me that many others wanted to go in a similar direction.

 

SoT: Given that you no longer hold a leadership position within the Illuminates of Thanateros, are you happy with the current state of The Pact and what do you think they can do more of?

Pete: I remain in occasional contact. I made my position clear in this paper: – http://www.specularium.org/index.php?option=com_blog&view=comments&pid=110&Itemid=137

I think a separation of magical and administrative grades remains overdue.

 

SoT: On your blog, Specularium, you make clear your opinions on the European Union and the nanny state in general. What sort of governance do you think Western nations should be moving towards and is it anything close to the Chaotopia you describe in Psybermagick?

Pete: The EU has a profoundly undemocratic structure and a sham parliament with no real power. Thus it operates as a Synarchy of the European Political Classes with scant regard for the wishes of the population. It uses the tactics of the nanny state to introduce controls over everything it possibly can to give itself arbitrary power, and thus it tends towards a species of legalistic totalitarianism. I do not want a uniform Europe presided over by a Synarchy of faceless bureaucrats hiding behind non-entity figureheads, none of whom do we elect and none of whom can we apparently sack. The strength of Europe lies in its diversity, the EU will remain permanently dysfunctional unless it can force everyone to live and work exactly like Germans.

The current sham European parliament functions more like the British House of Lords, merely as a consultative and rubber stamping organization. For a start I’d like to replace that with an assembly of randomly selected citizens rather than career politicians, (and the same for the House of Lords actually).

 

SoT: In the Octavo, you introduce the concept of the Knights of Chaos, a pro-active magical order dedicated to environmentalism. What are some of the things the Knights of Chaos have done so far and are there any plans to organize them beyond the classes at Arcanorium College?

Pete: The KoC fights an uphill battle against almost impossible odds using rather strange magical techniques. KoC agents buried a servitor in the centre of St Peter’ Square in the Vatican a while ago and the mad old fool of a pope resigned shortly afterwards and became replaced with what seems a dream candidate, a good guy for a change. Iran’s new front man also seems much more reasonable than the last one although the hardline religious hierarchy behind him still remains a barrier to progress. We also conjured to impede arctic oil drilling, with gratifying results. We currently consider releasing selected target data for future campaigns to allied esoteric groups.

 

SoT: What are your duties as Chancellor of Arcanorium College and why do you believe it would be beneficial for a practicing magician to enroll?

Pete: I look in almost every day and monitor the courses, projects, and discussions in progress and attend to the responses of those doing the Bachelor of Magic degree course. It provides a forum where magicians of all levels of knowledge and experience can come together and discuss their ideas and results and inspirations.

 

SoT: You call your upcoming book, Epoch, a “culmination of 40 years of magical experience.” What are some of the major changes in your personal practice since Liber Null?

Pete: Having achieved many of my life’s aims in business and family matters I’m doing less results magic for personal objectives these days and more for friends and for what you might call higher causes in the realms of ecology and the survival of civilization and the human race.

 

SoT: According to the content listings, you dedicated an entire section of Epoch to magic based on the Lovecraftian Mythos. For what types of magick do you find the Mythos paradigm useful and what are some of your results?

Pete: I’ve increasingly used it to augment my exploration of the wilder shores of knowledge. In cosmology I’ve tended to Invoke Yog-Sothoth before meditation on the stranger implications of emerging data. The rather radical equation  for the internal radius of a hypersphere emerged recently, it neatly removes all singularities from the universe at a stroke, perhaps it will prove of use.

 

SoT: Along with Epoch you are also releasing the Portals of Chaos cards. You have already said that the cards can be useful for much more than divination. Can you give some specific examples of how the cards might be used in various magical workings?

Pete: They also prove very useful for evocation and invocation because they all depict various god-forms and parts of the human psyche, and from the invocations you can proceed to works of illumination or enchantment. We have made the cards large enough to function as altarpieces or icons.

 

SoT: What are some of the most spectacular and beneficial results you have achieved and what do you think was an important element in achieving those results?

Pete: I’ve only ever done a small handful of ‘impossible’ things by magic in my entire career, and then more or less accidentally, I mean things like materializing objects or telekinesis, I cannot do such things at will. However my belief in magic has allowed me to attempt all sorts of lesser but still improbable and difficult things and to get probability moving in a favorable direction.

 

SoT: For those of us unable to attend the Occult Conference in Glastonbury what is the best way to obtain a copy of Epoch and the Portals of Chaos?

If we don’t have enough copies for those who want one on the day, Arcanorium College will provide a full online purchase and delivery service, and we shall also distribute via selected bookshops and booksellers.

 

Artwork by Matt Kaybryn from the Portals of Chaos, the Babalon and Thoth cards respectively.

SoT Ep12 Evocation

This episode James, Colleen and special guest Joel Monka talk about evocation.

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People and things mentioned in the show

Peter J. Carroll has offered to participate in an email interview for the website. Please send us your questions, especially those concerning his new project, The Epoch. Email us at james at scrollofthoth dot com or call us and leave a message at 317-296-3247.

Babalon Rising

Lon Milo DuQuette’s books – My Life with the Spirits, and Low Magick: It’s All In Your Head… You Just Have No Idea How Big Your Head Is

Read about the demon Mr. Clicks

Getting what you ask for – jobs that suck

Announcements

Visit Joel’s blog at http://cuumbaya.blogspot.com/

Get Underground, a modern retelling of the Hades and Persephone myth, at AmazonSmashwordsBarnes & NobleAppleKobo, and wherever ebooks are sold.

You can now download My Babylon – Book One: Body for free at Amazon. Please download a copy to help me move up the charts.

James has released the My Babylon Complete Edition containing all five novellas. You can buy it in on Amazon both as a Kindle ebook and in paperback.

His new book, Chasing the Wyrm, is coming March 15th.

See James’ new blog http://magicalrecord.tumblr.com/ his current magical journal.

Call and leave a message for the show at 317-296-3247 or email james at scrollofthoth dot com.

Connect with Joel on facebook.

Connect with Colleen on facebook.

Connect with James at jameslwilber.comFacebookTwitter, and tumblr, and scrollofthoth.tumblr.com.

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SoT Ep11 – Renaissance Witch

This episode James and Colleen talk with accomplished witch Helena Zahara about the many facets of modern witchcraft.

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People and things mentioned in the show

Contact Helena Zahara through Facebook

The books of Scott Cunningham

And Starhawk

Uncle Bucky’s Big Blue Book, AKA Buckland’s Complete Book Of Witchcraft

Inner Path

Oranje Art Festival

Babalon Rising

Crysalis Moon

Announcements

Get Underground, a modern retelling of the Hades and Persephone myth, at AmazonSmashwordsBarnes & NobleAppleKobo, and wherever ebooks are sold.

Both stories and more are a part of A Mid-World Christmas Collection, available at AmazonSmashwordsBarnes & NobleKobo, and soon to be in print.

See James’ new blog http://magicalrecord.tumblr.com/ his current magical journal.

You can now download My Babylon – Book One: Body for free at Amazon. Please download a copy to help me move up the charts.

James has released the My Babylon Complete Edition containing all five novellas. You can buy it in on Amazon both as a Kindle ebook and in paperback.

Underground has been reviewed on the Indie and More Book Review podcast. James will also be interviewed in an upcoming episode of Literature Emergency Broadcast.

Call and leave a message for the show at 317-296-3247 or email james@scrollofthoth.com.

Connect with Colleen on facebook.

Connect with James at jameslwilber.comFacebookTwitter, and tumblr, and scrollofthoth.tumblr.com.

Please consider helping the show by using our Amazon search window and donating via Paypal.

Our music is graciously provided by Shoeboxx Recordings. Check out their music on Soundcloud and like them on facebook. The intro is a selection from Journey by Kouben, the ending music is Hair Dye the WTCHDCTR remix by Eest Coast.