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Interview With The Magician And The Fool Podcast

I was recently interviewed by the Magician And The Fool Podcast, which focuses on esotericism, spirituality, and religion. We discuss a wide range of subjects from esoteric Freemasonry and its influence on the Western occult tradition, through Islamic neoplatonism and Traditionalism, to male archetypes.

Personally, I had a lot of fun chatting with the hosts, Janus and Dom, and I think you’ll enjoy it too. Check out the interview here.

The Three Stages of Initiatic Spirituality Craftsman, Warrior, Magician — Forthcoming Book

Cover art for ‘The Three Stages of Initiatic Spirituality Craftsman, Warrior, Magician’, Inner Traditions, February 2020.

My forthcoming book, The Three Stages of Initiatic Spirituality Craftsman, Warrior, Magician, will be released in February 2020.

The book, which will be published by Inner Traditions, explores the myths, symbolism, and history of the craftsman, warrior, and magician. And it is, in a sense, structured as a kind of literary initiation, with each of the three sections exploring myth, philosophy, etc. of one of the archetypes, and concluding with a chapter exploring specific techniques of meditation and self-development appropriate to that archetype (although techniques are mentioned throughout the book). Continue reading → The Three Stages of Initiatic Spirituality Craftsman, Warrior, Magician — Forthcoming Book

The Art and Science of Initiation Book Release May 2019

Earlier in the year, author Jedediah French and I were working on a book of essays by different authors. The book — The Art and Science of Initiation — explores initiation, esotericism, and spiritual development from different angles, though many are related to Freemasonry.

The cover art is one of my paintings, exhibited at the Henry Wilson Coil Library and Museum in San Francisco, California, in 2014.

The publisher is Lewis Masonic, and their blurb is below: Continue reading → The Art and Science of Initiation Book Release May 2019

Fraternal Review: Angel Millar Among Top Ten Esoteric Authors

The September issue of Fraternal Review announced the results of a poll to find the top ten most influential authors on Masonic esotericism.

While many of the top ten are now deceased (Albert Pike (1809-1891) was voted number one), some are contemporary. I was voted number 8 in the general poll, while the Managing Editor listed me as number one on his list of contemporary authors. Continue reading → Fraternal Review: Angel Millar Among Top Ten Esoteric Authors