The following reading and listening from other online spaces may be of interest:
Gareth Knight News and Ideas, the personal blog of Gareth Knight, author of the original Main Course textbook, one of the co-founders of the Helios Course which eventually became the Servants of the Light, and deeply respected elder of the Western Mystery Tradition.
Magic of the Ordinary, about magic and the spiritual life, by Peregrine Wildoak, who has clearly devoted much thought and practice to the relationship between magic and spirituality. The archives of this blog are packed with gems of insight.
Know Thyself, a blog written by T. Thorn Coyle, another practitioner who has given deep thought and practice to the relationship amongst magic, spirituality, and daily life.
T. Thorn Coyle’s Elemental Castings podcast is no longer updated as frequently but remains a treasure trove of interviews with experienced magical practitioners, including SOL Director of Studies Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki.
The Internet Sacred Texts Archive is a trove of public-domain sacred texts available for perusal or download.
We recognize that the SOL course of training is not the right path for everyone. In addition to our own Daughter Schools, we commend to the attention of any seeker the following schools, orders, and organizations:
The following (mostly small) publishers work hard to broaden the availability of esoteric literature.
Glyn’s Books (international book search for finding hard-to-find volumes)
Rogue Regalia makes sturdy, comfortable ritual robes of superior quality.
A senior SOL supervisor can also arrange for custom-made robes in the Eastern US. Click the link to email her if you’d like to enquire.
Vesta Studios makes hand-forged jewelry from precious metals.