The Real Dumblore’s Army

In the Harry Potter books and movies, there was a common theme of everyone , no matter who you are, what age, faces issues of ‘fighting for rights’. One of the groups that formed with in the Harry Potter World was Dumbledore’s Army.  We see these same issues recurring as well in Fantastic Beasts. I […]

Psychic Protection – Holiday Edition

All times of year there are things that may be done for general protection, both physical and psychic/spiritual realm. Typically in the psychic and spiritual realm we are particularly concerned with loss of energy and spiritual drain on mental and emotional health, but I’m including some things that deal with the physical as well. With shopping […]

Pandoracon Panel – 19th Century Fortune Telling Part 2

Continued from Part 1. Correction on the Lenormand cards – while they were based on Mlle. Lenormands reading style, she used playing cards and the cards were neither used nor developed by Mlle. Lenormand Robert allowed the audience to look at, play with, fondle, his cards as well. Palmistry

Pandoracon Panel – 19th Century Fortune Telling Part 1

Robert Scott, psychic and paranormal writer for the Pandora Society, presented on 19th Century Fortune Telling Saturday, November 12th at Pandoracon.

“Dr. Strange” Movie Review

I just got back from seeing Dr. Strange with my lovely wife, and overall typical Marvel style movie that somehow manages to almost top others in some ways, and a decent date movie. I’d rate it 4 / 5 Pentacles.

An Introduction to Robert Scott

You may have been seen a few posts from me by now on the psychic and paranormal topics, and I have realized while I have met and know some of you locally, I haven’t introduced myself properly online for those following Pandora Society posts.

Celebrate Halloween Like the Victorians

In some ways Halloween is fairly recent phenomena, and incredibly old in others. The roots of this holiday we all know and love come from around 2,500 years ago in Celtic tradition. The festival of Samhain, or Summer’s End, was celebrated on October 31 and was all about the transition between seasons and preparations for […]

A Pop Culture Magick Manual?? Yes, please

Taylor Elwood defines, explains, and provides exercises for a magical practice based on icons and modern mythology found in pop culture. There are references to comics, graphic novels, anime, science fiction, television series, role playing games, table top games, music, as well as kaballah, older grimoires, chaos magick, and more.

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