Weekly Dose Of Magic: October 03-09

Weekly Dose Of Magic: October 03-09

Whether magic and occult-related or just everyday stuff, these are some of the highlights of the week that I wanted to share with you all. So grab a cup of coffee (or whatever your favorite beverage is) and here we go:

LITTLE BITS OF BLISS

I tend to be very emotional and in a generally bad mood this week of the year every year. I can’t really talk about why this happens, but I want to express my gratitude for the fact that there are still people who remember and honor the past. It really makes me feel less alone, to know that others remember.

I am setting up a new altar. This is a big step for me, as I don’t have enough space for proper altars so I haven’t had one in years (unless you are familiar with the delicate art of hiding altars in plain sight, in which case you’d probably notice how many mini altars and shrines I have all over the place).

I am really happy to see different shops decorating for Halloween 😀 It really makes my day when I see a Halloween-themed shop window all of a sudden where I didn’t expect to see one.

FROM THE WEB

Our Lady Of The Holy Death Is The Fastest-Growing Religious Movement
A Window To Prehistoric Beliefs – The Sanctuary Of Bolkow
Thousand-Year-Old Shaman Sanctuary Discovered In Europe
After Mudslides and Flooding In Iceland, Elves Are Suspects
Of “Gatekeeper” Spirits And The Western Esotericism
Interview With Sarah Anne Lawless: Of Witchcraft, Flight And Other Wonders
Mind War Part 8: Thought Crime
Talking Ifa with Nicholaj De Mattos Frisvold
Racism, The Double Wounding, And Shamanism with Langston Kahn: Part 4
Missing Viking-Era Rune Stone Turns Up In Sweden
Joseph Peterson’s “Sworn Book Of Honorious” Lecture, Now With Slideshow!
8 Ways To Celebrate The Day Of The Dead With The Whole Family
Archaeologists Hope To Uncover The Secrets Of The Hellfire Club With Tomb Dig
Tech Billionaires Convinced We Live In The Matrix Are Secretly Funding Scientists To Help Break Us Out Of It
Odd Truths: Islamic Magic In Malta
How Dirt Makes You Happy

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