Tag Archives: The Mystery of the Sea

Moon Magic

One of the books that instructed me the most about the Fine Art of Magic was (and still is) Dion Fortune’s Moon Magic. It has been over thirty years ago since I first read it. Every few years I reread … Continue reading

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Turning Lead into Gold

Aaron Leitch also raises some interesting points in his blog. Reading his blog I recognized myself in a lot of the mistakes Aaron mentions in his article in trying to explain everything about magic to everyone. I agree to his … Continue reading

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New release: The Mystery of the Sea

This past week has been very exciting! I am preparing a lot for our upcoming weekend training “The Goddess of the Night”, which should be an amazing opportunity to experience Her influence. And not just that: my new book “The … Continue reading

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East meets West

Isn’t it funny that we as Westerners, hearing the word ‘meditation’ automatically think at Eastern methods of meditation? Yes, that is funny. Our Western culture contains a real treasure of ancient old meditation techniques. Deep inside of us slumbers the … Continue reading

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The Magical Ring of Power

The old mediaeval conjuring books still exist. They are called ‘grimoires’. They are full of recipes and spells to fix things in your life. The recipes ask for curious ingredients and necessities; difficult to get ‘collectors’ items’. How to purchase … Continue reading

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The Time Machine

“I don’t understand it at all,” my client tells me. “I dream for more than fifteen years about an ex-girlfriend. Frightening emotional dreams! In my dreams she asks time and again to contact her. I have done that several times, … Continue reading

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Lessons of Melusine LeFay

Direction is relative. Withdrawing causes progress by reversing the goal. Melusine LeFay is a character from my book “Het Mysterie van de Zee” “When does your day start?” I ask that question to Jason, who works his ass off to … Continue reading

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