Forum for the E-zine Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition

N.B. The old board is not part of this archive and does not still exist, so the “agree” and “disagree” below are not linked. However, if you'd like to discuss any of this mirror of JWMT, head on over to the Discussion forum over at Hrmtc BBS.

Welcome to the Forum for the E-zine “Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition”, a place to discuss the issues within the issues of this wonderful esoteric magazine.

We hope that you will enjoy the discussions you will find within this assemblage. To this end, we would like to share with you a few tips and guidelines on making your posting experience pleasurable for one and all.

1) No flaming. It is fine to disagree with other people’s opinions, but do so in a respectful manner. Name-calling and insults are unnecessary, and such posts will be deleted.

2) Please keep your posts on topic. Look carefully at the forum categories listed to see where your post might fit best if it something other than a response to the discussion at hand.

3) Refrain from “me too” or “ditto,” type posting. This clutters the board with short posts that do not particularly elaborate on the subject at hand.

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Violations of these guidelines will result in actions up to and including banning from the group, at the discretion of the moderators and administrators.

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Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition

This is an authorized mirror of J S Kupperman's Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition.