Modern Thelemic Magick & Culture

Modern Thelemic Magick & Culture

Modern Thelemic Magick & Culture
Behutet Magazine


writer's guidelines

All written word must be sent in Microsoft Word or a .txt file. If you are a MAC user, please put your text into a .txt file (please, we're begging you). If submitting an article with graphics, send the graphics separately as .jpg or .gif files, and then indicate where in the article they should be placed in the layout.

PDF, Quark, or Photoshop files will NOT be accepted.

All artwork should be submitted as jpg or .gif files. Please make them large enough to reproduce properly.

You can send submissions via digital attachment to

Please allow four weeks for a response from the editors.

content policy

Anyone, anywhere can submit articles and artwork for consideration, as long it has relevance to practitioners, students or fans of magick. These can include, but are not limited to, essays, academic research, editorials, travel diaries, interviews, biographies, critiques, book excepts and artwork.

Behutet does not publish poetry or the writings of Aleister Crowley; our sister Body in Pennsylvania, Xanadu Oasis covers the latter more than adequately with their publication Dead Souls Scrolls.

We have published everything from articles by such luminaries as Lon Milo DuQuette and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, interviews with musician Glenn Danzig, filmmaker Kenneth Anger, and writer Simon (author of the Necromonicon) and biographies of people we just plain love, like Harry Smith, William Burroughs and Herman Slater.

If you have a question about a specific topic or area of interest, please email us at