An organization created to foster communication and the exchange of ideas between scholars interested in the study of magic during medieval times.
A scholarly journal focused on the investigation of esoteric spiritual traditions, with a special emphasis on Western esotericism. They also maintain a nice collection of links to additional resources.
A group of scholars and practictioner scholars working in the area of nature-based religions.
Al Billing's on-going project to provide a home for various texts and writings. Features include The Libri of Aleister Crowley, The Enochian World of Benjamin Rowe, Mark Stavish's essays, many of Bill Heidrick's texts, and the Golden Dawn Library.
John Opsopaus' collection of original writings on Greco-Roman neopaganism. Includes factual materials as well as rituals and other information/
A sprawling collection of alchemical texts, articles, images and more. Assembled by Adam McLean and also available as a CD-ROM.
A site dedicated to publishing modern material on Kabbalah and related topics. Hosted by Colin Low.
An online source for primary materials relevant to the Enochian work of John Dee and Edward Kelly.
Rather than duplicate the work of others who have the time and, perhaps, the energy to catalog the World Wide Web of the Occult, only links to indices of occult sites are listed here.
The following are comprehensive and exhaustive lists of occult resources on the net. Whether you are simply browsing or have a specific topic in mind, these are all good places to start searching.
The Mage's Guide to the Internet is a low-tech directory of Internet resources with pointers to many archives of text files.
Ron Hale-Evans maintains a list of occult book sources.
(If you know of any other general-purpose occult link pages, please e-mail your suggestion to the ARCANA listowners.)