For some reason, apparently some people couldn’t get enough of me on Chaweon’s amazing YouTube channel, Witches & Wine, when I appeared on it earlier this year to talk about geomancy. So I was brought back to talk about geomantic magic, my recent ebook Secreti Geomantici on the same subject, and how to apply geomantic magic based on example charts! As always, Chaweon and I had a blast, and I hope you do, too, when you watch and listen!
Truth be told, the first video was up earlier on July 17, and the second was up on July 27, but I’ve been busy the past few days with ceremony and recovery, so I’m only just now catching up with this and other emails and tasks. If you’re waiting on a reply from me, just hold on a little longer until I clear the queue! I appreciate your patience.
So, not that long ago, I was approached by the wonderful Chaweon Koo from her YouTube channel Witches & Wine, where she talks about various aspects of the occult, spirituality, and other related topics ranging from New Thought to Korean shamanism with experts and veterans in all sorts of arts. It’s a lovely channel with an entertaining host and buffet of topics and chats, and I highly recommend you check her out, subscribe on YouTube, and like her on Facebook!
Anyway, she and I had a good long chat one evening, and we talked about—you guessed it—geomancy, how to apply it, and what some of the pitfalls are in picking up the art. It was such a good interview, but it also went on so long, that she decided to break it down into a two-part series. At last, both are now up on her channel, which I share down below! Check out the actual YouTube pages for timestamps for specific topics.
Part 1: Geomancy 101 — History and Theory
Part 2: Geomancy 101 — Practical Applications
(Also yikes the camera really does add twenty pounds, I need to find a better angle for myself. I swear my chin isn’t that fleshy in real life.)
I had a lovely time chatting with Chaweon, and I hope you enjoy our conversations, too!
Also, lately I’ve been going through my temple and spiritual goods, and I’ve been doing a bit of spring cleaning for some of the old tools, supplies, charms, and other knickknacks I have and putting them up on my Etsy page. If you’re interested in getting one-of-a-kind crafts that will likely never be made again, or if you’re interested in my ebooks or divination services, go take a look at the Digital Ambler on Etsy!