skip to Main Content
Divine Mysteries

Directory Index | Request Listing | Listing Guidelines | Linking Resources


Occultism Bloggers

Aaron Leitch has been a scholar and spiritual seeker for over two decades. He is a member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and the academic Societas Magica.
The ouroboros of occult philosophy and self-initiation. The Adept Initiates study Hermetics, esotericism, gnosis, symbolism, archaeology, ancient mysteries, sacred science, and metaphysics.
Alex Sumner is a blogger and writer who published non-fiction articles in the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition. His focus is on the Hermetic qabalah, astrology, tarot, alchemy, the Golden Dawn, and magick.
The Blog of Baphomet is a blog by magicians as a space to describe their living experience of magick in a way that is informed by many traditions, but not to be limited to any one style of occultism.
Blue Flame Magick is a multi-discipline occult blog. It is an extension and combination of the blogger Kalagni’s personal occult blog, magickal career and reflections on the occult community.
Core Spirit is a blog and online directory with practitioners and information on alternative and natural medicine; myth, magic and spirituality; and technology for health and wellness.
Frater Barrabbas Tiresius is an author, witch, practitioner of ritual magick, past member of the OTO, gnostic bishop, founder of Order of the Gnostic Star, musician, artist, ritual ordeal craftmaster.
Frater Yechidah has written extensively on occult topics, including articles for Hidden Spirit, Hermetic Virtues, and The Gnostic. He is the author of Enochian Magic in Theory and Enochian Magic in Practice.
Gods and Radicals is a registered non-profit pagan anti-capitalist publisher. The name comes from a presentation on anti-capitalism and paganism by Alley Valkyrie and Rhyd Wildermuth.
The Grey Necromancer is a Canadian blogger and student of anthropology, religion and philosophy. He is also an Irish polytheist and researcher of folklore, mythology, legends and the occult.
Dreamflesh is a blog by Gyrus, where he expresses his interest in mind/body, spirit/matter dualism. He writes about subjects such as altered states, archaic consciousness, prehistoric art and shamanism.
Jason Miller's Strategic Sorcery is a blog about practical magic to help people gain measurable success in their spiritual, financial and love lives. It is real magic that works in the real world.
John Michael Greer of The Well of Galabes is past Grand Archdruid of the Ancient Order of Druids in America and current head of the Druidical Order of the Golden Dawn. He is the author of over 30 books.
MoonCast Magick is a blog that will feature lessons and posts about the practice of magick, magickal technique and practice. The author plans to include essays relating to occult topics in general as well.
Nick is the author of Making Talismans, which has turned out to be an esoteric classic. He also wrote Magical Pathworking, The Druidic Order of Pendragon (with Colin Robertson), Gathering the Magic and Egyptian Shaman.
Occult Resource's objective is to find, point to and provide a brief insight into quality occult, esoteric and metaphysical resources and news that are scattered over the web and difficult to find.
Patrick Dunn, author of Postmodern Magic: The Art of Magic in the Information Age, provides a postmodern perspective on an ancient practice by approaching magical theory from an information paradigm.
In 2008 Phil Hine of Enfolding.org was trying to get his head around the tantric principle of tattvas—and, trying to approach the problem from a different angle.
Rune Soup is a blog and podcast about practical sorcery, entheogens, synchronicities, UFOs, ‘alternative’ history, career guidance, graphic novels, the future of media, probability, divination.
The Sacred Other is the blog of Scott K. Smith, a healer, witch, priest in the Temple of Witchcraft and artist in Southern California with 25 years of meditation, occult, magickal and healing practice.
Scott Lowther of the Hermit Crab blog has been a student of Western mysteries and philosophies, ancient to present since 1988. He works as an independently contracted mineral and land resources agent.
Established in 2000, Spiral Nature‘s history is the product of several successive websites dealing with similar themes of alternative spiritualities, practical magick, and exploring occulture.