by David Griffin
I have long been a fan of Scott Stenwick's work. If you have not yet obtained his book on Enochian magick, Mastering the Mystical Heptarchy, you should. My admiration for Stenwick's work, however, has long arisen from the truly funny stories he now and then comes up with as his alter ego, Ananael Quaa, on his Augoeides blog.
This morning I had to clean coffee off of my computer screen from laughing so hard when reading Scott's latest article, on "Muggle Quidditch," you can view here.
Say what? Muggle Quidditch?!?
That's right - All across America young men and women who grew up with the Harry Potter mythos have reached college age and are now seeking initiation in the true spiritual side of Western magick.
If only that were true. In reality, however, they are taking to their brooms in droves to play a grounded version of Quidditch, the high flying magical sport of the Harry Potter films.
Scott has already poionted out how ridiculous this looks, but the YouTube videos below are even funnier.