I write fantasy and science fiction, and non-fiction books on the Western Esoteric Tradition. I also contribute to non-fiction anthologies that cover topics related to magical practice and esoteric spirituality. This site is primarily dedicated to my published works.
You can also find me over on Augoeides, my long-running esoteric blog covering magick, spirituality, the paranormal, and current events that touch upon on those themes.
This new anthology edited by Adam P. Forrest includes my article, “Evoking Zodiacal Angels,” along with articles on working with various classes of spirits by Jake Stratton-Kent, John Michael Greer, and a number of other well-known occult authors. This first hardcover edition is limited to 500 copies, and is a beautiful example of a well-made talismanic book.
My debut novel was released at the end of 2009. It is an urban fantasy novel set mostly in my home town, the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. It tells the story of the Guild, a modern-day magical order, and the group’s battle with a powerful demon, and incorporates authentic concepts adapted from my practice of real ritual magick and occultism.
Volume One of my Mastering Enochian Magick series is a practical guide to a sometimes overlooked portion of the Enochian system, John Dee’s Heptarchia Mystica. The Heptarchia is a highly effective sevenfold system of planetary magick, and represents the only portion of the Enochian system that Dee himself ever assembled into a usable grimoire.
Volume Two of my Mastering Enochian Magick series is a practical guide to working with the Great Table, also called the four Castles or Watchtowers. Instead of the later and overly complex attributions used by the Golden Dawn Watchtower system, the system outlined here relies on attributions from Dee’s original diaries and Renaissance grimoire sources.
This anthology edited by Michael Ceccetelli includes my essay “The Descended Angel,” along with articles on the subject of the mysterious Holy Guardian Angel by Jason Miller, Rufus Opus, and a number of other well-known occult authors. The limited hardcover edition sold out a couple years ago, but the book is now available in paperback for the larger market.
This short story is my first foray into the world of self-published ebooks.
It is a satirical take on the Cthulhu mythos of H. P. Lovecraft, in which a high school boy gets his hands on the infamous Necronomicon and summons the dreaded Elder God. But what he gets is not quite what he expects…