Ground Floor Opportunity
Volunteer application Questions? Write to email@example.com. Edit to Add: Okay, these names and roles are evolving, and I don't know the terms that people prefer in these roles, so I thought a little humor would be acceptable when I chose the term "guru." But someone made a remark somewhere else that made me feel completely idiotic for using it, so either suggest something or deal with my new choice. /edit Get in on the ground floor in a unique opportunity as Rending the Veil begins its transition from hobby to actual business. Lend your skills and help us create something unlike anything ...
Accepting New Content
Rending the Veil is pleased to announce that we are accepting new content of all types: nonfiction, fiction, poetry, graphic or photographic art, reviews of wide variety, relevant op/ed pieces, and interviews. We prefer original content not used elsewhere and to remain exclusive to us for 120 days. You always retain full rights to your work. We also have a new poll in the sidebar; vote if you like clicking things or care about the metatopic. EDIT: Please vote. It's a very lonely poll and has been somewhat neglected since this post. /edit How would you feel about us presenting, on ...
Faith & Healing in Paganism – Postmodern World, Pagan Theology, Pt. III
Author's note: This is part three in a three-part series on some of the challenges of a modern pagan theology. You can also read Part One and Part Two. Part III: The Postmodern Experience While there are religions that are traditionally monist or henotheist, these two views of godhood can be expanded to describe what have become common approaches to nominally "monotheistic" religion in the West. This isn't the strict monism and henotheism which is referenced by Tylor (see previous post), but rather a more open view of what is meant by these terms. Traditional theology and personal theology of a religious adherent ...
MagickMagic and Science
Magic and science have long been strange bedfellows. Their histories are interwoven, much like the histories of magic and religion, although the story is not as widely known. Many magicians have been scientists; many scientists, magicians. At... [Read more...]
2The Basics of Journaling
Many books and articles that I’ve read, as well as some I have written, espouse writing in a journal. Since middle school I’ve not had a class or person require me to keep one, so a lot of skills that I had back then I lost until... [Read more...]
0Cunning Woman: Mother Demdike and Her Legacy
In 1612, in one of the most meticulously documented witch trials in English history, seven women and two men from Pendle Forest in Lancashire, Northern England were executed. In court clerk Thomas Potts’s account of the proceedings, The Wonderfull... [Read more...]
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MysticismVeiled Issues: Spiritual Work for Money? OMG!
Disclaimer: In case you can’t infer it all by yourself, these are the opinions of Sheta and Sheta only. If my colleagues agree (and actually see this), they can add their plus-ones or whatever. It seems to be a thing with artists and anyone... [Read more...]
7Finding Your Pagan Path
Paganism has enjoyed a grassroots revival over the last forty and more years. It has found many expressions for many reasons: a way to get back at authority figures, a lifestyle for the bored and restless, an RPG for fun loving types, a philosophy to... [Read more...]
0One Thelemite’s View
I consider myself a Thelemite. I’ve never been a member of the O.T.O. or any other magical fraternity, other than a two-week stint in the QBLH. Why? I’ve never been very talented at toeing the line, or at believing things just because someone else... [Read more...]
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