Unveiling the Mysteries of Occult Magick

Hey there!

Magick is in the air as we dredge closer to Samhain... Can you feel it?

At long last, we have created our very FIRST episode dedicated entirely to Magick! We're not talking about affirmations, mantras, the Law of Attraction or Crystals here... but pure, traditional Magick.

As we move deeper into Scorpio Season, she is guiding us more and more to confront our darkness... the things that present us with fear and trepidation, because the best way to transform is to move through our blocks. 

Magick can often seen overwhelming, especially if you're a beginner. Take one look at a real grimoire and you got manuscript pages written in backwards Latin, filled with alchemical symbols that almost no one knows the meaning of. On top of that... it's difficult to even know where to start thinking at all when you don't have any experience in Magickal Philosophy or Theory that you can relate your practices to.

Well... that changes today. Let me tell you something I think you already know...

Magick is a technology... a language... one that can be learned and mastered in the same way as any skill.

In our first Magick episode, we're going to take you through the history and practice of the art, exploring the origins of magickal practice, how it evolved through time and where certain ideas came from. When we complete our magickal history tour, we'll step into the modern day and dispel the Right and Left Hand Path movements... which after all, are just two hands of the same body.

If you're interested in the world of the Occult, Magick and the whole world of Conjuring Spirits, you won't want to miss this one!

Love & Light
Patchman & Team Spirit

P.S- Keep an eye on your inboxes for an email real soon... cause we have something really special coming on November 2nd!


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