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[[The Altar Flame]]:  A Gramarye for Modern Practitioners was a quarterly [[Magic Periodical]] on story and bizarre magick by  Mary Tomich of the Thaumysta Magic Co from January 1993 to 2002. [[Image:AlterFlame.jpg|thumb|right]]
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'''The Altar Flame'''''A Gramarye for Modern Practitioners'' was a quarterly [[Magic Periodical]] on story and bizarre magick by  Mary Tomich of the Thaumysta Magic Co from January 1993 to 2002.
  
 
Columnists included Tony 'Doc' Sheils, [[Eugene Burger]], [[Jeff McBride]], Joe Lantierre, [[Max Maven]], Christian Chelman, Joe Givan and  [[Eugene Poinc]].
 
Columnists included Tony 'Doc' Sheils, [[Eugene Burger]], [[Jeff McBride]], Joe Lantierre, [[Max Maven]], Christian Chelman, Joe Givan and  [[Eugene Poinc]].

Latest revision as of 14:45, 23 July 2011

Altar Flame
AlterFlame.jpg
FrequencyQuarterly
PublisherMary Tomich
First issueJanuary 1993
Final issue2002

The Altar Flame: A Gramarye for Modern Practitioners was a quarterly Magic Periodical on story and bizarre magick by Mary Tomich of the Thaumysta Magic Co from January 1993 to 2002.

Columnists included Tony 'Doc' Sheils, Eugene Burger, Jeff McBride, Joe Lantierre, Max Maven, Christian Chelman, Joe Givan and Eugene Poinc.