Saturday, September 12, 2015
I was sorry to see the announcement earlier this week from the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition of its demise.
There is a grave shortage of resources and knowing writers in the English-speaking world of Western hidden wisdom, and this closure is as apt an example as any of what this deficiency produces.
The announcement on Monday from the publisher:
For a second cycle now, we have not had enough material to put together an issue of the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition. So, after 15 years, the Journal is coming to an end. Archives of the Journal will, at least for the time being, remain online.
LVX et PAX