Monthly Archives: January 2012

New tweet/text shorthand…

For use during field recording trip, for quick alerts of any fairy/spirituall creature encounters. !^*^! for fairy ***** for particulate experience of reality/stars @ fairy site or followed by location -00:00 lost time in approximate hours/minutes for example: *****!^*^!*******@waterloo station … Continue reading

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Some interesting sites/blogs…

Check out the English Heretic and the Outer Church. ¬†english-heretic.org.uk and http://theouterchurch.blogspot.com very interesting and informative, drcalbion also I have a ‘blog lite’ at drcarlsonalbion.tumblr.com.

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Dee and Kelley’s ‘spirituall creatures’…

Have been reading the ‘True and faithful…’ more commonly known as Dee’s spiritual diaries. It is interesting that many of the ‘spirituall creatures’ do not resemble ‘angels’ nor seem particularly ‘angelic’. There are obvious candidates like Raphael and Gabriel, but … Continue reading

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Coleman Grey presents ‘Falling with a Thousand Stars and Other Wonders from the House of Albion’

Launched kickstarter project for ambitious solo project today, if anyone is interested please check it out at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/160700771/dylancarlson-wonders-from-the-house-of-albion-lp-c. DRC please check the comments for this post as it contains a working link, thank you big si.

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edward kelley’s blues…

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recording for the tapeworm…

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The Raptures of Lunaticks…

People who have had encounters with beings they identify as ffayre-ffolke, fearries, etc. don’t even get respect from other magicians/magical practioners. I was looking in the second appendix of Reginald Scott’s ‘Discovery of Witchcraft’ 1665 edition and came upon this … Continue reading

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