Well, the fall equinox has come and gone for both of us here at Caduceus. As seems to be the norm too frequently, our production has fallen a little bit behind schedule despite all efforts to avoid this. It can be more complex than one would assume to produce a magazine such as this. We have to take into account a myriad of small pieces and if any of them get out of order, it throws the whole process off course. In any case, as you can see, we did manage to get this issue out and not too terribly late. We do hope you enjoy the contents this time around. John Michael’s two-part article on geomancy and its use finishes up with this issue. In addition, we have a commentary by our friend Rawn Clark on the Emerald Tablet of Hermes and a translation of an interesting alchemical piece done by Kjell Hellesøe. We were especially pleased to receive this and we hope that you find it as thought provoking as we did.
Our online efforts continue on the Internet. The Praxis electronic mailing list continues to draw more people as subscribers and a number of lively discussions have taken place on it. For those that are new to Caduceus, Praxis is an electronic mailing list on the Internet dedicated to Hermetic magical practice and the discussing of issues relating to practices. Rituals and commentary on rituals and events have been central areas of discussion on the list. Interested parties can send electronic mail to Al Billings at [old email redacted] for more information on subscribing. Some more work has been done on the web pages for Caduceus at [old URL redacted] and we will continue to add items that we think will be of interest to our subscribers to the site in addition to subscription and contact information for the magazine. Any comments on the magazine or our online efforts are always appreciated so please feel free to contact us. We are also always interested in receiving submissions from our readers for future issues. Please consider us if you are working on writing a piece.
Thank you for your support and enjoy the issue
Albert Billings and John Michael Greer