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Khem Caigan

Khem Caigan is a rogue scholar; artist, alchemist, kabbalist and daemonic astrologer. He is also the founder and curator of the Harry Everett Smith Memorial Library - open to the public by appointment only.

A NEW JERSEY WITCH IN JOHN CALVIN’S COURT
Excerpts from an interview with Khem Caigan, conducted, edited, and composed

“Witchcraft” is an Anglo-Saxon word. As far as we can tell, it means “craft of the wise.” It refers to any technology for getting things done—catching a fish, staunching a wound, getting your cows to make milk, establishing a relationship with your neighbors—entities seen and unseen. It was very utilitarian.

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JUL-AUG 2020

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