Magic can be as simple as some candles, a few herbs, and an appreciation for the beauty of nature around you. Stephanie Rose Bird, author of Four Seasons of Mojo, discusses hoodoo and how to use "seasonal magic" to honor the earth.
The hospital is one of the safest—and one of the most dangerous— places to be during an illness. Jari Holland Buck faced a difficult situation when her husband became ill; in order to save his life, she was forced to become an advocate for his health. With tips from her Hospital Stay Handbook, Jari Holland Buck illustrates how you, too, can become an advocate for the health of your loved ones.
Don't wait around for life to just "happen!" Pauline Edward, author of The Power of Time, explains how you can use numerology to plan out your life cycles and make the most of your tribulations and minimize the trials.
Ghosts come in all shapes and sizes, and it seems that people are becoming more and more interested in contacting and communicating with them. Melba Goodwyn, author of Ghost Worlds, discusses all types of ghostly entities and the basics of ghost hunting.
Rituals are important to all people for different reasons, but they add a special context to spiritual ceremony and times of transition. Ruth Barrett, author of Women's Rites, Women's Mysteries, explains.
Voodoo can be used for many things, and one of those is to enhance relationships. Kathleen Charlotte, author of Va-Va-Voodoo!, describes the power of Voodoo to create love, enhance love, and keep love.
When Llewellyn Publications decided to celebrate its Welsh roots with a flagship title, they enlisted Anna-Marie Ferguson to create a classic tarot deck drawing upon the rich Celtic mythology of Wales. Many may know her writings and art from Legend: the Arthurian Tarot, a work of popular and critical success. As a respected author and illustrator, she is a choice artist for such special commemorative projects—most notably the illustration of the coveted classic Le Morte d’ Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory, which has a long and exclusive history in art. Llewellyn was the first to publish her work, so in a sense Anna-Marie has returned home with The Llewellyn Tarot.