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Announcing the KIAwiki. All KIA members are encouraged to contribute. Its in its early stages yet and so far there are no official posting guidelines, although I will be on the watchout for authoritarian propaganda and any slant that defames individual sovereignty.I have defined four broad areas for articles to be posted in of Sorcery, Occulture, Philosophy and Technology. These are loosely based on four Ramsey Duke's proposed in SSOTBME (Magic, Art, Religion and Science), only mine are more exciting, less general names. Not Duke's fault of course, he was talking the general case, whereas I am putting in practise a specific application. Anyway, I digress...SorceryIn the Sorcery section I would like to articles on magical techniques, rituals, magical theories, a guide to spirits, servitors, demons, gods etc. Also, articles on various famous (or obscure and interesting) sorcerors, alchemists, witches, magicians, cunning folk etc that one would wish to see in such a wiki.OccultureThis is for articles about the creative aspects of what we do. There are a lot of sorcerors who, not surprisingly, work at creative endevours. From performing arts such as acting, dancing and music, to writers, illustrators, painters, craftspersons, sculptors etc. Occulture is for all kinds of articles on these creative subjects and the sorcerors who employ them.PhilosophyA broad category for the discussion of various philosophical movements, political movements, and religions. Especially those which overlap with Occulture or are particularly relevent to the topic of Individual Sovereignty or the opposition of authoritarianism.TechnologyArticles about technology and scientific theory. In particular, their relevence, implications and usefulness to the sorceror.