Divination using the spirits of the dead. General interaction with these entities should more rightly be called Necrourgy or even Necrology, though those terms have seen little traction in the last few hundred years. Not to be mistaken for Nigromancy, or black magick, an equally valid but mostly unrelated discipline that I have also explored in print on numerous occasions over the last decade as well.
Treasures Of The Grave
The spiritual successor to my first ever published essay, Cities Of Life And Death, this much more practically minded article returns to both the same subject and publisher, seeing print in volume four of Hadean Press’ Conjure Codex anthology during 2020.
Before I was a necromancer of any real skill, I was a freelance ghost hunter. Drawing on that experience I created this short but engaging essay on ghost hunting from an occult perspective, as featured in the Samhain 2018 edition of Pagan Dawn magazine.
Fear The Reaper
A Dryly humorous discussion of the dangers of modern paranormal investigation, focusing on the real world repercussions of going out to hunt ghosts woefully underprepared. It was featured on the Nexus Newsfeed website in June of 2017.
Cities Of Life And Death
An article on the important and often overlooked role of entropy within modern Pagan practice that marked my first foray into print media. It was originally published in volume two of the Conjure Codex by Hadean Press back in 2013.