Rune Soup is a blog about magic. It is also a podcast about magic, which you should definitely subscribe to. It is also a lively and informative Facebook page about magic, which you should definitely join.
Clearly that’s something of a broad church -perhaps the broadest- so if we were to take it down a level we could say Rune Soup is about practical sorcery, entheogens, synchronicities, UFOs, ‘alternative’ history, career guidance, graphic novels, the future of media, probability, divination. There’s even a post about Nicki Minaj here somewhere.
There’s a strong chaos magic inflection to the whole thing because there is no part of me that is on trend or fashionable. (My wardrobe looks like the lost and found box in a poorly-managed hospital.)
Welcome! Here are a few of the more popular posts to get you started. If you like what you see then please subscribe and drop us a line. The blog has become kinda known for it’s sigil magic tech, so maybe start there:
Then perhaps one of the more popular series in the blog’s history:
And in no particular order:
Or you could watch a couple of videos and presentations I have put together. This is me talking about dragons in Glastonbury:
And this is an interview I did with the curators of the John Dee exhibit at the Royal College of Physicians in January 2016.
Oh, we like you already! In no particular order, here is how you get in touch:
Be honest, you don’t actually care. I can’t even believe you read this far. Must be one long ad break.
Oh all right. The magic stuff you can work out from the blog. As for the rest: I work in media and live in London which is exactly seven different kinds of awesome. London is the undisputed home of western occultism and to a lesser extent domestic terrorism. You can find some interviews with me here.
Fun trivia about Gordon: