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ContERN is an international network for scholars working on esotericism in the contemporary world. It organizes conferences, conference panels, scholarly publications, and maintains an online presence.
The Crucible Club, inspired by the early 1900’s group of the same name, was formed for the private study of the mysteries, inviting all serious applicants who seek to discover the magick of their lives and reveal their true selves.
Esoteric College is fully affiliated with the Association of British Correspondence Colleges. All courses are taught by Maria Wheatley on a personal level with written material and Skype lessons.
The European Society for the Study of Western Esotericism was established in 2005 to advance the academic study of the various manifestations of Western esotericism from late antiquity to the present.
The purpose of the Exeter Centre for the Study of Esotericism is to foster advanced research into historical and comparative aspects of the esoteric traditions from the Hellenistic period to the present.
The John Dee Society's primary purpose is to produce a standard edition of the published and unpublished works of Elizabethan England's great polymath, antiquarian and magus Dr. John Dee.
Magicka School gives people Western magical training based on decades of experience and ten years of online teaching. The school's courses author is Marcus Katz and the editor of Portal Magazine is Brina Katz.
The Network for the Study of Esotericism in Antiquity is a group associated with the European Society for the Study of Western Esotericism. The website is a source for information and resources concerning ancient esotericism.
The anonymous authors of Occult Mysteries have studied occult science for more than forty years and now aim to share the plethora of information gathered for anyone genuinely interested in learning.
The Philosophical Research Society, founded by Manly Palmer Hall in 1934, is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to provide resources for the study and research of the world’s wisdom literature.
Quareia is an internet-based school offering a free course with the full range and depth of traditional magical training. Courses are offered for those with no experience with magic and will guide the apprentice through to the potential of being an adept.
Sacred Magic is an online platform that offers paid courses and webinars on White Magic and the Magic of the Watchers—the thirty three oldest stars in the Universe with unimaginable spiritual might.
Societas Magica is a community for scholars interested in the study of magic. The group has regular discussions concerning the history of magic, its practice, both its positive and negative aspects through history and serves as a platform for the exchange of ideas.
T. Thorn Coyle writes books and agitates for justice. Thorn is happy to be called she or they, though will answer to he as well. Meanwhile, she is hoping for a world with adequate non-gendered pronouns.
Taylor Ellwood, an author of practical occultism, started experimenting with magic when he started practicing at 16. He was and is driven by an insatiable curiosity to see what he can do with magic and this site reflects that curiosity.
Temple of Ascending Flame was founded as a gate to the Draconian Current, from inspiration received from Lucifer and Draconian Gods, and in response to those who wished to walk the Path of the Dragon.