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.
Colleen Deatsman struggled for a decade with debilitating pain, crushing depression, and illnesses no doctor could diagnose. Through various types of self-healing, she was able to conquer her illness and begin teaching others what she herself had learned. Learn from Colleen Deatsman, author of Energy for Life, how to take charge of your life, and find your energy and inner power.
What is a medium? How do you become one? Why would you want to be one? Rose Vanden Eynden, author of So You Want to Be a Medium? describes how spirit communication can be a positive and life-affirming addition to your existence.
The green and sustainable living movements have become quite chic. But there is more reason to follow a similar lifestyle than popularity; Sandra Kynes, author of Whispers from the Woods, explains why embracing our connection to the natural world can be powerfully invigorating, both spiritually and physically.
Both Bruce Gernon and Rob MacGregor live in South Florida, on the edge of the Bermuda Triangle. In their book, The Fog, they present the idea that the mysterious phenomena of the Bermuda Triangle could be explained by an electronic "fog." What do you think? Can the events of the Bermuda Triangle ever be explained?
Prolific author Christopher Penczak, after nine books in just four years, details what The Temple of Shamanic Witchcraft is all about, and how the joining of Witchcraft and Shamanism can yield positive results.