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 Inominandumís interest in magick and the occult was sparked by a series of psychic experiences he had when he was five years old. He took up the study and practice of both High Magick and Hoodoo while still a teenager, learning how ceremonial and folk magick can work together to compliment each other. He worked under a private teacher who taught him Golden Dawn derived rituals, which he would then use to break the ice with root doctors at local conjure shops and botanicas.

In his early 20ís he was initiated into a coven that practiced a non-wiccan style of traditional Witchcraft.  In 1993 he backpacked through Europe visiting Pagan sacred sites and attempting to contact the Old Gods in their own lands.


He is an initiate of the Ordo Templi Orientis, and in 1995 helped found Thelesis Camp, the Philadelphia chapter of that order. He still teaches and does ritual regularly with Thelesis.


Two years later he was initiated into the Chthonic Ouranian Temple and was eventually recognized as a Sovereign, the highest grade in that order. He currently serves as the Magister of Old Snake Cabal, a group of Thaumaturgists within the Chthonic Ouranian Temple . He is also an active member of the Terra Sancta Sangreal Sodality, which works the Hermetic Magick of William Gray.    


In addition to being a western magician, Inominandum is also a Tantrika. He has received initiation into the major schools of Tibetan Buddhism as well as Bon, the indigenous pre-Buddhist religion of Tibet . In order to deepen his knowledge of Himalayan Magick and Shamanism he lived in Nepal in for six months. It was in Nepal that he began to realize the common Sabbatic undercurrent between Tantra and Witchcraft.


To build upon the early lessons in Rootwork that he had as a teenager, Inominandum makes regular trips to New Orleans , where he studies Hoodoo and Vodou. He is a recent graduate of a Hoodoo Rootworking course taught by Catherine Yronwood the proprietor of Lucky Mojo.


Today, Inominandum lives on the Jersey Shore with his wife and two pets where he operates as a Cunning Man and Rootdoctor, doing readings and spell work for the public. He teaches a weekly meditation class at a holistic center near his home, and gives lectures and workshops throughout the area. He writes regularly for Behutet, an internationally distributed journal of Thelemic Magick and Culture, and has contributed articles to pagan sites such as Witchvox and Voice of the Old Ways .


In the future he plans to focus on writing more books on practical Witchcraft and Magick and to continue to travel to sacred power places.

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