Today we’re going to talk about the Utukku, these pesky little buggers with animal heads, claws and horns have been popping up through history in various forms since there’s been history; Demon, Vampire, Restless Dead; the Utukku has been in all. So lets start at the beginning… Lets face it, no one wanted to be [...]

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by Matthew “Otorongo is a fierce warrior who teaches us integrity–how to leap gracefully from life to life.” I first met Otorongo in a trailer park somewhere near Ann Arbor, MI. The master shaman stood in her house, surveying her students, silently trembling as the spirits began to make themselves known. She closed her eyes [...]

1. What is parapsychology? It’s the scientific study of the factors underlying apparently paranormal experiences. At the Koestler Parapsychology Unit, we’ve always taken a broad approach to this topic, including (for example) ‘what’s not psychic but looks like it’, the psychology of paranormal belief, and the social and historical context of paranormal experiences and beliefs. [...]

Magic and Shamanism. That’s what we’re about. We are Stephanie Yeh and Alan Joel. Whether you call it magic, magick, majick, wicca, paganism, shamanism or just plain cool, we study, research and teach as much useful knowledge in these areas as we can. We are Alan Joel and Stephanie Yeh, two researchers of the arcane [...]

Article by Rebecca I’m about to correct an ongoing error here at The Magical Buffet. As most of our readers realize, each month we discuss a creature, a mythology, and a symbol. Well, a creature is fairly easily defined as a creature, and in our second issue I discussed religion and myth with regards to [...]

By Ellen Evert Hopman, Druidess, Order of the Whiteoak (Ord na Darach Gile) “Gaine daughter of pure Gumor, Nurse of mead-loving Mide, Surpassed all women though she was silent; She was learned and a seer and a Druid”. (From “The Metrical Dinsenchas” – a history of the places of Ireland, compiled by medieval monks) Most [...]