Mysteria Misc. Maxima is a weekly feature which brings together links on religion and esotericism from around the internet.
- Congratulations, Wicca. Your books are now in the religious section. (Llewellyn)
- The hottest job in America? Muslim Imams. (HuffPo)
- The Catholic church is having trouble silencing an outspoken priest about the role of women in the clergy. (NYT via Jezebel)
- Race relations, religion, and ethnicity in American churches. (Religion and Other Curiosities)
- You can now go online and read back copies of the journal Aries. (ESSWE)
- How to be married to someone who doesn’t share your religion. Step 1: Don’t mock your spouse when she says “Will” at dinner. Ahem. (NPR)
- Here’s another cool imagining of the tarot via some talented photog/artist-type. (Chance and the Arrow)
- An introduction to Plotinus’ ineffable one. (History of the Ancient World)
- An alchemy enthusiast says her visit to the the Ritman Library was freakin’ awesome. (BPH via @t3dy)
- Get more out of your occult practice by taking this multivalent approach to reading Golden Dawn Texts. (Nick Farrell)
- An interview with two modern-day Heathens. (Norse Mythology Blog)
- Can Masonic secrecy provide some guidelines for conduct in our hyper-connected social-media environment? (Hermetic Library)
- Finally, archaeologists have found a statue of the sea-goat, the original symbol of Capricorn. In related news, Aquarians are assembling an ad hoc team of treasure hunters to discover something—anything!—that will be better than their current symbol, which is…what is that? An urn with water? Damn. That’s the worst zodiac symbol ever. (Mercury24 via Rogue Classicism)
Photo by +mara.