Monday, January 16, 2006


Minerva Cover I met Minerva just now near her tree
Resting from battle
Her helmet on her knee
Hair tumbled on breasts

Parted by brass, surrounded by steel plate
Dark nipples glistened
With dew-like sweat of war
Pale arms quivering

Eager for battle's harsh life-death embrace
Yes! She said to me.
Hell yes! she said. Get laid!
Enter the battle.

My Virgins serve me well, my son! Get laid!
Let your juices flow!
(She spit an olive pit)
Get in There and fight!

She gathered her pale skirts Around her hips
Stood, covering strong thighs
Took her shield, sword, helmet
With war shriek was gone

Books in PDF format to read:

Charles Webster Leadbeater - Clairvoyance
Samael Aun Weor - Magic Runes
Kenneth Grant - Magical Revival
Peter Carroll - Liber Kaos
Aleister Crowley - International
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Saturday, January 7, 2006

Law And Magic A Collection Of Essays

Law And Magic A Collection Of Essays Cover

Book: Law And Magic A Collection Of Essays by Christine Corcos

The nearly two dozen studies in this collection explore the very rich ways in which the rule of law and the practice of magic enrich and inform each other. The authors bring both a U.S. and a comparative law Perspective while examining areas such as law and religion, criminal law, Intellectual property law, the law of evidence, and animal rights. Topics include alchemy in fifteenth-century England, a discussion of how a courtroom is like a magic show, stage hypnotism and the law, Scottish Witchcraft trials in the eighteenth century, the question of whether stage magicians can look to intellectual property to protect their rights, tarot card readings and the First Amendment, and an analysis of whether a magician can be qualified as an expert witness under the Federal Rules of Evidence.

I think this book must have been personally written for me. The book is great, especially considering how little precendent there is in the field of magic and law. I didn't learn much about law (because I've already studied it), but its application to magic and the historical information presented is wonderful. I know that there is probably a limited and niche market for this kind of book, but its the only one that i'm aware of that covers law and magic. Magicians who don't care about legal aspects of their craft probably won't care for the book. But the book is a great read for magicians who do care about law and for lawyers (or law enthusiests) who enjoy learning niche aspects and applications of the law (and holes in our current laws).

Buy Christine Corcos's book: Law And Magic A Collection Of Essays

Books in PDF format to read:

Patricia Telesco - A Witchs Beverages And Brews Magick Potions Made Easy
Anonymous - The Magickal Explanation Of Use Psalm
Stephen Mitchell - Learning Magic In The Sagas
Muhammad Ibn Arabi - Tarjuman Al Ashwaq A Collection Of Mystical Odes
Mark Ludwig Stinson - Heathen Gods A Collection Of Essays Ver 2
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