Monthly Archives: June 2008

A Totally Normal Weekend

Arthur and I had a blast on Saturday (into the wee hours of Sunday) at Jeff Mach’s Totally Normal Event. The vendors room had art, musical instruments, jewelry, furry/erotic costumes, books, video games, and some of the most amazing, er, … Continue reading

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RMS News

The server that hosts Real Magic School came down with a virus this weekend while I was at the Totally Normal Event, but the techs are busy injecting cybernetic penicillin and the site should be back to perfect health in … Continue reading

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Weekend Plans

Visit A Totally Normal World This is the Ning group set up for the extravaganza where I’ll be spending my weekend. On Saturday I’ll be riffing on “Magic for World Domination!” I wonder what I’ll say… (See the blog post … Continue reading

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Teachers: Real Magic School needs you!

Real Magic School has really taken off and we now have over 1700 students! Phae and I can’t write enough new course material fast enough for all these eager students, so we are looking for qualified people to join our … Continue reading

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What’s happening in late June 2008

I am currently working on two books: a full-length work on the laws of magic for Llewellyn Worldwide and a guide to Neopaganism for Red Wheel/Weiser (both coming out in 2010). While I own a lot of books on these … Continue reading

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The Totally Normal Event

The Totally Normal Event is where I’ll be on June 28th, 2008 at the Hanover Marriott in Whippany, NJ. “What’s that?” I hear you asking… The Totally Normal Event takes place in a universe much like our own, only one … Continue reading

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“Stonehenge Decoded?” I think not!

I was more than a little disappointed, as a Druid and as a Stonehenge fan, with the National Geographic Channel’s program called “Stonehenge Decoded.” First off, the title was stolen from a famous book, Stonehenge Decoded, by Gerald S Hawkins. … Continue reading

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