Posts Tagged ‘ Vincent Ongkowidjojo ’

Doors of Valhalla

In Doors of Valhalla, the author offers a comprehensive interpretation of Norse mythology based on contemporary esoteric ideas. From the author’s introduction: “In modern days, the Ageless Wisdom was first given out by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky and later by different writers such as Dion Fortune, Annie Besant, and Alice Bailey. It makes sense to...

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Secrets of Asgard

Foreword by Freya Aswynn It is with great pleasure that I introduce this extraordinary book. A work of scholarship and intuition Vincent digs deep in the Well. The first part of the book is taken up with a discussion about the origins of Runes and the Celtic connection, very interesting. Secrets of Asgard is...

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Vincent Ongkowidjojo

Photo by Astrid Grunwald Vincent Ongkowidjojo has been a long time student of Freya Aswynn and currently co-manages Freya’s School of Runes and Northern Mysteries. His vision is rooted in Western and Eastern esoteric philosophies. He practices and teaches Taiji and meditation. Vincent earlier published Secrets of Asgard, and Runen in de Noordse Traditie....

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Chaotopia! Dave Lee

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS October 1997 – October 2017, since the 1st publication of Chaotopia! Sorcery and Ecstasy in the Fifth Aeon ‘Once one is...

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The Blog of Baphomet

A thought provoking, mind expanding blog about Magick, Occultism, Altered States and more. https://theblogofbaphomet.com/

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Treadwell’s Bookshop & Events

Treadwell’s Bookshop, 33 Store Street, WC1E 7BS, London, UK. Hours: 11-7pm weekdays | 12-7pm Saturday and Sunday. Telephone: 020 7419 8507 / Email: info@treadwells-london.com...

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Museum of Witchcraft and Magic

Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, The Harbour, Boscastle, North Cornwall, PL35 0HD. The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic is located by The Harbour in...

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Grimoires, Goetia, Enochiana, Solomonic Magick – David Rankine & Stephen Skinner

For centuries, Grimoires have fascinated the public’s imagination. People often ask us about how they could learn more about this topic and what books...

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