Tuesday, February 06, 2007

The Invisible College online magazine

Bridging the gap between the print Pagan magazines of a few years back (Green Egg, anyone?) and Websites that you lose interest in, what with the flaming pentagrams and white-on-black type, The Invisible College is a downloadable magazine in PDF format. Entheogens, trances, shamanism, art . . .

In fact, one contributor is Diane Darling, formerly of Green Egg.

"Invisible College" has a couple of antecedents. Sometimes it is a nickname for The Royal Society. But that nickname itself comes from a time -- typically the 16th century -- when science and esoteric thought were not so far apart, with the same men studying astronomy as science and casting horoscopes.

Fifty-two pages. Worth (dare I say) printing out.

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Blogger Dawnpiper said...

Well, *that* was disappointing... although I did find the article attempting to link Ben Franklin and "Oriental" Jones to psilocybin mushrooms to be... entertaining. :)

6:53 AM  
Anonymous Gwyllm said...

Thank you very much Chas,
for the link to 'The Invisible College'...

You can also find more Diane Darlings' writings on the mother-site, earthrites.org

Bright Blessings,

Gwyllm Llwydd

3:12 PM  

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