To my knowledge Josephine is not a Christian… she occasionally uses Christian imagery and references as examples, but so do practitioners of nearly all western occultism. The techniques she gives, in my opinion, are some of the best out there, and have helped me overcome years of stagnation in my own practice.
Also, she doesn’t hate grimoire magic, though she thinks it is very often unbalanced in it’s approach. If she hated it, she wouldn’t constantly heap praises on Frater Acher (and I think Jake Stratton-Kent as well). She does, however, have a major bone to pick with the general new age movement in magic, the Golden Dawn, Crowley, et al…
I find her opinions on those subjects not invalid.
Yeah, she is very much RHP, but it’s all about the technology, and the methods she teaches are really some of the best I’ve ever seen, and I’ve read hundreds of books on the occult and have been practicing for around 10 years.
I will say that when I first looked at her works a few years back, I though it was stupid and ridiculous. As I’ve progressed spiritually, I’ve come back to it and realized just how awesome it actually is. Her work is, for many, a case of “the right teacher appearing at the right time.” At some point, you just get it. Before that, it all seems an inane waste of time.
As for Quareia, I think it is an awesome project, and one I fully support. There are only two modules available so far, and they are beginner material. To say there is “very little else to offer” is very premature. Hell, even the beginner material has a few hidden gems for intermediate and adept occultists. If you actually read through all of the lessons, I think you’ll be surprised at some of the things she points out that you’d never thought of before.
Just my thoughts.