Taking Thomas Browne’s Skull: A Brief Tale of Morbid Irony A weathered bronze statue overlooks Norwich’s Hay Hill. It depicts English writer and occultist Thomas Browne, his head resting against one hand as he contemplates a broken urn in the other. Overseeing this sullen pose are the tall, arched stained
For a good many people, the idea of drawing energy and psychic sustenance from sexual acts has been considered somewhat taboo. When used in conjunction with rites of pain for purposes that would be considered far less than altruistic within the mystic/esoteric communities – even more so. But as happens
The Rubble Kings documentary is an unreal look at 1970’s NYC street gangs. Check out this film and go back to a time when youth culture was pure rebellion!
Thirty years before madness consumed the sleepy New England village of Salem, Satan’s hold had already crept into the New World. Colonial America was barely a century in age when demons from the old world crawled into the colonies. From 1647 to 1663, panic, fear, and accusations flew through the
The Beast Of Gévaudan, Explained Taken via Thought Catalog [*] The Beast Of Gévaudan was a man-eating creature that looked like a wolf. However, it was as big as a calf. It had a doglike head, small ears, a wide chest, formidable teeth, and an immense tail. Its fur was brown