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6 January
Posted in The Lot, Theology

A Runic Tree of Life

This a synopsis of the term project I worked on for my “Jewish Mysticism, Magic, and Lore” class (Spring 2011). My original plan was to create an amulet using imagery from the tarot—but it evolved into something quite different. The original audience was my instructor and classmates, so some of […]

10 November
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Literary Blasphemy of Biblical Proportions

This absurdly long post post originally began—as so many of my absurdly long posts do—as a comment. (Take a moment to absorb the horror.) I was on Goodreads.com, adding a few more books to my Bibliotheca, when I decided to add my Bible to the list. (Take a moment to […]

3 October
Posted in Literature, The Lot

Book Review: Love Wins by Rob Bell

Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived by Rob BellMy rating: 2 of 5 stars Very poorly written in style, format and most unfortunately, content. It was like reading someone’s speech notes (which I suspect they may well have been, as […]

1 September
Posted in The Lot, Theology

Jewish Mysticism, Magic and Lore, Oy Vey!

This semester I’m taking another course on magic at university. I love my school. Last night was our first class and I already can’t wait for next week. Apparently we will be learning ancient Hebrew, Aramaic and I think some Arabic. Our professor (just “Professor” from now on) assures us […]

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