Amethyst Symbolism and Legends – International Gem Society

Long ago, a beautiful maiden was on her way to worship at the Temple of Diana. However, she had the misfortune of crossing paths with the god of wine, Bacchus. Angered since he’d just suffered some slight, he’d vowed to take revenge on the next person he met. He spied the maid and unleashed his two guardian tigers upon her. As the great beasts bounded towards the hapless lass, the goddess Diana intervened. To spare her such a terrible fate, she turned her into a pure, clear stone.

Lee Ann Donaldson September 13, 2015 The most important tool of all is the witch herself. It is her intention and energy that determine the results of any magical work. Some of the most powerful workings can be done without… Read More ›

magical-diary: A Visual Grammar for Goetic Sigils. The 3rd image above shows the most common glyphs (individual graphic units) that can be found in the sigils (seals) for Goetic spirits. A hypothesis is that the sigils represent some attributes or… Read More ›

noise-vs-signal: “A Book of Magic” by Herbert Irwin (1874), in the facsimile edition produced by the Society of Esoteric Endeavour in 2014. One of the photographs shows the black concave skrying mirror inside the back cover. Magick