A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place. – Benjamin Franklin

That is why this blog was created. And its also what I’m trying to create for this blog. A niche.

In the blogosphere and the internet at large there are many arguments (duh) about the written word when it comes to various pagan belief systems, occult and arcane practices. A lot of this boils down to the validity of any written works, if there are any. If not, things can get quite violent as hundreds of thousands of people who practice and/or all of the above seek to find a stable place for themselves and their beliefs and practices. Within all of this jockeying those just wanting to learn with an open mind and a discerning eye find it hard to find what they are looking for amongst the texts and authors held on high pedestals and those buried beneath the dirt; never mind even hearing about the many texts floating in between the two.

This blog was created as a place to help sort things out for ourselves. On the other hand, this blog has yet to find its place in the blogosphere. Who will be the other blogs I frequently interact with? How many reviewers will become regulars? What kind of special features and events will subscribers only be able to find here? How can we simultaneously help readers and authors connect in ways they never have before? That’s the place I am looking for.

 
Places

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2 thoughts on “

  1. I think this is a wonderful idea. Definitely following and as I’m flitting from one magickal source to another, maybe contributing to a review will make my reading a bit more focused!

  2. The value of a librarian in the realms of magick is a delightful concept. Did you see the TV series The Librarians where they were truly saving the world? Not implausible…

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