Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Wild Hunt

Today it is Samhain, summers end. And with the big storm of a few days ago the season of the Wild Hunt has definitively started. The Wild Hunt is a compilation of magical stories which are all related to the … Continue reading

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The Egyptian Sorcerer’s Apprentice

In the previous newsletter I send you a youtube video of Walt Disney where Mickey Mouse get the role of the sorcerors’ apprentice. This week I send you the Egyptian fairytale. It is a beautiful story. It starts at the … Continue reading

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The sorcerer’s apprentice

Busy, busy, busy, my desk is stuffed with old Egyptian Wisdomtexts. I am fully immerged in the preparation of the upcoming Inner Temple Retreat. I want to share a nice article with you and keep you informed about the latest … Continue reading

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The risk that spiritual people run … danger 1: to get stuck in believing instead of experiencing

This week I got an email from someone who asked me: “You write me time and again about the spiritual world, inhabited by all those shining creatures, with which I would be able to communicate. But no matter what I … Continue reading

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Journey to your heart

This week I send you a short video in my newsletter. In a short story I explain to you how a weekend retreat can literally change your life. During a weekend retreat we step into a mythological story. At this … Continue reading

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The lifechanging effects from magical retreats

In this video I tell the story about how a magical retreat causes positive changes in your life.

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Visit to the Ritman Library

The Ritman Library Inside The Ritman Library Yesterday Ina Custers van Bergen visited the Ritman Library. Ina is the head of ‘The Hermetic Order Temple of Starlight’, an order along the lines of Moina Mathers and J.W. Brody-Innes’ ‘Alpha et … Continue reading

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