December 21, 2012 has been cited as being "the end of the world as we know it," based on the end of the Mayan long-count calendar. So what does this date really hold in store? Should we fear, or should we anticipate? J. Allan Danelek explains.
Adam Selzer, author of Your Neighborhood Gives Me the Creeps, is a tour guide with Weird Chicago Tours. Here he describes how he went from being a believer, to a skeptic, back to believing in those odd, unexplainable happens at haunted locales.
From Australia, Ly de Angeles is High Priestess of the Coven of the Wildwood Gate (which includes members worldwide) and is also a legendary Tarot reader known for her amazing accuracy in her readings. Being a Sagittarius, Ly is also known for being an outspoken and challenging teacher in regards to her Circle (Coven of the WildWood Gate) and her Tarot Workshops. Having run "Tarot Collectives" (as she describes it) for years, Ly was eventually led to write one of her most recent book releases: Tarot Theory and Practice. Ly is very influential, with many people, LA Witch author Fiona Horne among them, crediting her for bringing them into the Craft.
Yoga has become increasingly popular in the past decade. Dr. Robert Butera, author of The Pure Heart of Yoga, discusses how yoga is a holistic approach to health and how ten simple steps can help you connect to the infinite through your yoga practice.
We are able to interpret personalities, strengths, challenges, karmic patterns, and our soul mates based solely on an individual's sun sign with the power of astrology. Linda George, author of Sun Signs & Soul Mates discusses how we can use the power of astrology to aid us in our relationships with others, potentially even our soul mates.
Troy Parkinson, a self-described "ordinary guy" and author of Bridge to the Afterlife, is a medium, and you can be, too. Here Troy discusses how he came about his gift, and how you can enhance your psychic skills as well.
Music and dancing are often a part of pagan celebration. Bronwen Forbes, author of Make Merry in Step and Song, talks about how she discovered the folk dances and plays that are now integral to her Pagan celebration, and how you, too, can use these songs, dances, and plays for any gathering.