Grimoire / July 16, 2022

Fabulamancer – You Are

Somewhere out there is a story, a story about understanding another, that yearns to be heard. Do not abandon yet what you had hoped should come. For there is an entirely unheard of, as of yet, title – forthcoming. Merely by you being here there is an entire world of presence, that looks at the […]

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Wizardry / July 12, 2022

One Book Opens Another

Encourage the study of the weird. Notice what is going on, pay attention. Nothing is set. Nothing is necessarily static. You have far more potency in your own life in this incredible place we call life. I have ventured into books and seen analogies play out truthfully in my life. I know because I know […]

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List / February 9, 2022

5 Positive Educational Programs

Udemy – Neuro Linguistic Programing – A rather interesting course on learning a discipline of how people often think, sense, process, and behave, and techniques to create the results that they do. I have personally completed the course and enjoyed the lessons for the majority of the time. I found the speaker, an established author […]

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Books of New Mexico / October 4, 2021

River of Traps by William deBuys and Alex Harris

New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo mountains are a place where two cultures — Hispanic and Anglo — meet. They’re also the place where three men meet: William deBuys, a young writer; Alex Harris, a young photographer; and Jacobo Romero, an old farmer. When Harris and deBuys move to New Mexico in the 1970s, Romero is […]

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American West / October 4, 2021

Blood and Thunder by Hampton Sides

Published in 2001, Blood and Thunder is a narrative history of the American West. It tells the story of Christopher Carson, who was instrumental in “settling” that part of America from 1820 to 1860. The author has also written several books on historical events and people; he’s been nominated for National Magazine Awards twice. Hampton […]

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Grimoire / October 4, 2021

The Book of Oberon

A choice text. Beware, however, the contents are likely to send you shivering. A fascinating addition to the magical literature of the Elizabethan era, this lavishly illustrated grimoire is a must-have for magic practitioners, collectors, and historians. The Book of Oberon is the meticulous transcription and translation of a sixteenth-century manuscript acquired by the esteemed […]

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