Summer
Solstice, 2014
Vol. 3, Issue 2

Welcome to the second edition of Silver Star Journal of New Magick, issue three. In this last year we have seen many of our ilk encountering Death, some even greeting It, and also a resurgence in organic Lodge activity. The Lodge seems thankful, and cohesive. Nema herself had an ordeal beginning last Fall, having developed pneumonia which required subsequent surgery. To our great relief, Maggie is now recovering, of course not at all having lost her particular spark or spunk. Donald Michael Kraig only just passed away late this March. It seems that even a falling feather can move us to action, when we are pressed with questioning the temporal. With some assistance, Nema is currently in the process of compiling a book relating to communications beginning in 1975 between herself, and the late Kenneth Grant (who passed away in 2011). We all cross a strange bridge between the Worlds of the Living, and the Dead. Our bodies will not last. And sure enough, we are only given so much time to do what we must. So… Do as thou wilt shall be the whole of the law, Love is the law, love under will. My offerings to this journal come by way of the written word, as it does with all of its contributors, for these are not meagre compositions of letters on screens or paper. The human faculty that differentiates us the most from other animals could be seen to be our ability to think as clearly we do, and to communicate those thoughts outside of mere primal intuitive Hive-Mind actions. Essentially that we annunciate, and differentiate to an extreme separates us from other species, despite the ability to still communicate “inter-specially”. We have the utmost connection to one and other as evolving mammalian beings, and yet, we benefit from complete and utter autonomy come adulthood. To truly understand the written word as an occult fascination, one must be willing to recognize magick in the obscure and the mundane. These pieces are the culmination of lives, works, workings, the works...

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