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May you be well, and ever fortunate

Megadorus – May you be well, and ever fortunate, Euclio!Euclio – May the Gods bless you, Megadorus!✥(Megadorus – Saluus atque fortunatus, Euclio, semper sies !Euclio – Di te ament, Megadorus !) […]

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Dur Écu, Glanis & Cabre d’Or

While William the Conqueror was fighting the Bretons, an enemy aimed his axe at his head. One of William’s companions saved him by interposing his shield between the axe & William’s […]

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Crystals and candles

In the center of the ceiling was suspended a crystal quartz chandelier, and when its sixty candles threw their light here and there, its facetted pendants, its balls, its pyramids, its […]

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La Ronde du Sabbat

… And their steps shake the arches colossal and high, Disturbing the dead in their tombs close by. « Satan sees you, ha! With your coarse hands out-thrust, In the midst of […]

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La Pedra del Diable

A menhir is a rude monolith set up on end, a great single stone, the base of which is buried deep in the soil. Thus « menhir » seems to be derived from […]

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Sciences Occultes

I have recently been interviewed by Sciences Occultes magazine. They turned it into a biography but I wanted to publish the whole content of the interview. Mainly because what I share […]

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Alchemy

In the Alchemists Guild. He pushed open a door. It was a large room, heavily outfitted with the usual badly ventilated furnaces, rows of bubbling crucibles, and one stuffed alligator. Things […]

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All the Magic I need

I got sinister things waiting for you in my rattle bag Egyptian rings, and the dust of kings, and the tooth of a hag The bones of Keats, the tongues of […]

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The Apsáalooke Talisman

The Indian name of the Crow tribe – Apsáalooke – means « children of the large-beaked bird », a name given by their neighbouring tribe, the Hidatsa.

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