MS/150. New Age Movements, Occultism, and Spiritualism Research Library (NAMOSRL)
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
This collection originated from the estate of noted musician and artist Carol Celeste Carmichael Parks (1949-2010), granddaughter of Adele and Richard and daughter of Ralph and Evangeline “Vange” Otto Carmichael [later McPherson]. Although the bulk of this collection revolves around Richard Carmichael and to a lesser extent Adele, there are a few additional items related to Ralph Carmichael, Vangie McPherson and Rolf McPherson.
The collection contains nine journals, eight of which was used by Beatrice to record psychic impressions. In particular, readings regarding her son serving in World War II. Two separate items from British lecturer and psychic Horace F. Leaf (1885-1971) are include with Leaf encouraging Beatrice to develop her psychic abilities.
This collection comprises of Book of Shadows in manuscript or facsimile form.
This collection comprises both physical and digital items. It includes published works from the Poisoner's Apothecary, charms and amulets, draft blog posts, and presentations by Coby Michae.
Contains individual archival collections (described separately), books, periodicals, ephemera, paraphernalia, and research notes related to New age movements, occultism, magic and witchcraft, personal transformation, astrology, spiritualism, and shamanism.
The Collection contains a variety of born digital items from the activities of Witches' Order of the Golden Dawn (WOGD), teh coven Circle of Cerridwen, and the Open Source Alexandrian tradition including, Podcasts, blog posts, essays, and other miscellenous publications.
The Rowan Tree Church is an Earth-focused network of Communities and solitary practitioners dedicated to the study and practice of the Wiccan Tradition they call Lothloriën. They encourage spiritual growth through support, resources and educational opportunities for Members. They also offer formal pathworking leading to an understanding of the Inner Mysteries. This collection contains scans of original periodicals associated with the Rowan Tree Church.
The collection contains correspondence from his mother, wife, siblings, past girlfriends, friends, and colleagues, sermon scripts and notes for sermons, cue sheets for Illustrated Lectures with or without commentary, play scripts, and other miscellaneous items providing a window into the lives of a family in the early Depression years.