To Curse, Or Not To Curse--The Big Cursing Issue (Samhain/Yule 2016)
Denver Witch Quarterly
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Denver Witch Quarterly is a magazine devoted to paganism, Wicca, witchcraft, magick, and the occult.
In this issue, we explore the techniques and ethics of cursing and hexing. From the mass hexing of convicted rapist, swimmer Brock Turner, to the global bindings of ISIL, to revenge spells, cursing, hexing, and binding is part of the toolbox of magicians and witches worldwide.
Are public hexings merely exercising one's First Amendment rights? Or are curses effective enough to limit the actions of individuals and organizations?
Plus Samhain and Yule stuff!!!
DWQ Samhain/Yule 2016 issue includes:
Editorials about whether or not, it is ethical to hex a rapist; Black Lives Matter (BHC); gun violence and gun control.
Fiction: Short stories by A. J. Hallows (The Nightlight) and B. H. Crowley (Basil Unsealed). Plus a poem, Living Art by B. H. Crowley.
Rituals: A fairy ritual in poetic form (MDE); An Anubis Samhain ritual and Honoring Horus on the Winter Solstice (Moongazer).
Instructional article: Heavenly Watchers—Using the Four Royal Stars (Aldebaran, Regulus, Antares, Fomahault) and Sirius in astrology and magic (MDE).
Interview with Gaius Corbin—The Voice of the Necronomicon Translation Project.
Also included: Profit and Occult Writers—is it ethical for occult writers to make money? (Morgan Drake Eckstein)
And remember that the Denver Witch Quarterly is always seeking submissions for upcoming issues: editorials and non-fiction articles on paganism, occultism, magic, witchcraft, and Wicca; fiction and poetry; humor and cartoons; artwork and photographs.
The holidays for next issue are Imbolc and Ostara, and the special focus of the issue is on wealth, luck, and prosperity.
- Category: Spirituality
- Published: Oct 15, 2016
- Publisher: Salt Mine Publications
- Seller: Smashwords
- Print Length: 138 Pages
- Language: English