17 Terms and Types of Practitioners Modern Theosophians Should Know

“THERE are persons whose minds would be incapable of appreciating the intellectual grandeur of the ancients, even in physical science, were they to receive the most complete demonstration of their profound learning and achievements.” (ISIS UNVEILED, 1877, Vol. 1, pg. 461.) “Lo, warrior! now the cross of Red Points to the grave of the mighty dead; Continue reading 17 Terms and Types of Practitioners Modern Theosophians Should Know

Goetia and Witchcraft: Origin of the “Witch” and Magic

Long, Long ago, when people still believed in witches….. The term “Witch” in old Anglo-Saxon glossaries is tied to wicce, meaning “pythoness, divinatricem.” As in this, and in early forms, it referred to specific kinds of magical craft. In the Laws of Ælfred (c.890), wicce is seen as the craft of women — “wise (skilled) women in the Continue reading Goetia and Witchcraft: Origin of the “Witch” and Magic