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Howling at the Sky


Howling at the Sky, Draconian Architecture and the Sabian Keys Howling at the Sky, Draconian Architecture and the Sabian Keys, a handbook of Draconian Magick. First published in 2002 and reprinted in 2013.. Howling at the Sky Draconian Magick, Standing at the Edge The allure of magick – danger Using natural phenomena as symbolic representations of inner processes, we are provided a bridge to integrate ourselves back into the fabric of the universe from which we have exiled ourselves.  Once integrated, we will again be able to understand the music of the spheres and to comprehend the language of their transmissions. […]

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Prometheus Cain,Consciousness and the Wrath of God


Prometheus Cain and Wrath of God Prometheus Cain Consciousness and the Wrath of God, Oil on canvas, 72 inches by 36 inches, 2010  Buy Original Painting from Saatchi Art My painting looks at the mythological dynamic from two perspectives.  It is illustrating the phenomena of enlightenment being shared prior to the punishment being executed. From the Greek perspective it is the agent of enlightenment to man, Prometheus,who is the one suffering the wrath of the Gods. In the Jewish/Christian philosophy it is the receiver of enlightenment, Eve, who suffers the wrath of God. In the background is Zeus looking down from his domain […]

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To Really See Art Exhibit


Art Exhibit To Really See Closes August 13th Art exhibit closing. I currently have two pieces on display at the University of Minnesota Bio Medical Lab Library as part of the Avivo exhibition To Really See. Show closes on Monday August 13th, 2018 Overview This run with the University of Minnesota presents over thirty pieces of art. It shows at the Bio-Medical Library until August 13th, 2018. The exhibition is a project curated by Jes Reyes, the Coordinator of Avivo’s ArtWorks program, and co-organized by Paul Ranelli, a Professor of Social Pharmacy at the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy. […]

The Spell


Magick Spell I Called And Something Came Magick Spell oil on canvas, 20 inches by 16 inches, 2017 Purchase the original painting at Saatchi Art The appearance of the spirit, which can often be seen in incense smoke, has close parallels to what is known as pareidolia, to perceive a specific, often meaningful image in a random or ambiguous visual pattern, or the human ability to see shapes or make pictures out of randomness.  The concept of pareidolia leaves us wondering whether the spirits are within or without, or maybe both. What are these energies? Like ourselves they are systems […]

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On Display at Magus Books


Currently on display at the new location of Magus Books Minneapolis Visit the new Magus Books Minneapolis store at 1848 Central Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418   Founded in 1992, Magus started out in a tiny little shop, and has expanded and evolved thru the years thanks to all the seekers who came to explore our store and enrich themselves – we look forward to seeing you all again and meeting new seekers every day. Magus offers books on spirituality covering a multitude of paths, from Agnosticism to Zoroastrianism; we are a one stop shop for all your spiritual & wellness […]

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Tarot of the Morning Star Second Editon Divination Deck


Scheduled for release October 2017 Divination deck Tarot of the Morning Star second editon Seventy Eight Card Deck with booklet, $44.95 ISBN: 978-0-9993813-0-4   Divination deck Tarot of the Morning Star was originally published in 2007 as a major arcana deck only limited to 75 signed hand numbered copies. Introduction If you don’t create your own reality, you are condemned to live in someone else’s. Morning Star, meaning “Lucifer,” is generally assumed to be Venus. However, I believe that Lucifer, the morning star, should be assigned to Sirius, which rises with the Sun to announce the annual  inundation of the […]

Divination. Tarot of the Morning Star second edition divination deck. Created by Minneapolis artist author Roger Williamson. This second edition is a 78 card deck.

Dreaming Messenger Spirit Brings Her Dionysus


A Dreaming Spirit Brings Her Dionysus Dreaming Messenger Spirit, Greek God Dionysus. In this depiction the Dreaming God is an aspect of the Hypnos. In ancient Greek mythology some Dreaming Spirits were referred to as Oneiroi. Oil on wood, 24 inches by 48 inches, 2017 Buy Original Painting from Saatchi Art For concepts of communication with spirits in dreams see Dream Linguistics Roger Williamson is a visual artist living and creating in Minneapolis, MN. See A Spirit Comes Greek God of Sleep Hypnos Currently on display at Magus Books Roger Williamson art prints at Magus Books

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Sun Enters Virgo, Tarot Hermit


Hermit Our Inner Guide Tarot Hermit illustrates we should be guided by the light of life symbolized by the Ancient Egyptian ankh representing his lantern. The Hermits eyes are closed symbolizing introspection, listening to the inner voice. This inner voice, according to Julian Jaynes in his book The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind, was the  hallucinated voice of the Gods and  or ancestors commonly listened to by our ancient forebears. The jackal headed figure in the background is s synthesis of Wepwawet and Anubis.  Wepwawet as “Opener of the Ways” and Anubis our protector on […]

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A Dreaming Spirit Brings Her Dionysus


  Greek Mythology. Hypnos, a Dreaming Spirit Brings Her Dionysus In ancient Greek mythology some Dreaming Spirits were referred to as Oneiroi. Oil on wood, 24 inches by 48 inches, 2017 Buy Original Painting from Saatchi Art For concepts of communication with spirits in dreams see Dream Linguistics See Religion of Dream

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Sun Enters Leo Tarot Strength and Bicameral Theory


Tarot Strength Bicameral Theory Is strength taking the fruit, or refusing the fruit? As an example of a bicameral archetype for this card, Achilles is opportune because of his reactionary fixed  automatic responses to phenomena.  We should note however that his character expresses wrath and anger but not hate. When presented with a phenomena outside of himself, Achilles responds to voices from within himself. He is, to all intense and purposes, a puppet  animated and manipulated by the strings of hallucinating voices of ancestors and Gods. These automatic responses are recurrent throughout the Iliad. However, when we examine the Odyssey, with […]

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