Just a few days before the 2020 coronavirus lockdown Cat and Rebecca made a trip to London to attend a candle magic workshop. 


In this episode we reminisce about being able to see, touch and share food with other humans as well as learning some basic magic spells from a real life witch. We go on to discuss the history of magic and how it’s represented in contemporary media, Rebecca gets enthusiastic about chaos magic while Cat explores some ethical quandaries.


We didn’t get around to making a webpage where you can sign up to find out more about our potential ‘Magic for Seekers and Skeptics’ workshop, but if you’re interested drop us an email, light a candle and focus your intentions and it might just manifest!


Exploring esoteric, paranormal and spiritual topics from two completely different perspectives it’s The Seeker and The Skeptic.


Connect with us


Twitter @SeekerSkeptic

Instagram @SeekerSkeptic

Or visit www.seekerandskeptic.com




Our candle magic teacher Lucya Starza’s blog 



The 7 Laws of Magical Thinking, Matthew Hutson



The Meaning of European Upper Paleolithic Cave Art



The Golden Bough, James Frazer



Ask Not What You Can Do For Your Country, But what Witchcraft Can Do For You



Frater Acher’s website for people interested in diving into the Western Mystical tradition



Grant Morrison on Chaos Magic



Liber Null and Psychonaut, Peter Carroll



A Physicists Thoughts on ‘Quantum Woo’



How to Create a Sigil


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