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A Wedding Under the Stars

My fiance and I are getting married on December 17. Originally planning (due to out-of-town wedding guests) to have the ceremony in July of 2010, we’ve instead decided that there will be no formal ceremony and that we will wed, with no guests, on our three-year anniversary. Because we made a somewhat last-minute decision based […]

No Excuses!

In Modern Magick, I tried to stress that although there are traditional tools of the magician (and that you should use them all or none of them to keep the energy balanced), you don’t have to use the traditional tools. For example, I point out that the traditional tool for water, a glass chalice, can […]


My  local Tarot Meet Up group convenes tonight. In the spirit of the season, we are going to talk about the abundance cards in tarot. Our faithful organizer, Corrine Kenner, gave us a few suggestions to think about ahead of time. Some abundance-themed cards are: all of the aces, 3 and 9 of Cups, and […]

Ley lines

It seems that everywhere I look these days, the words “ley lines” are included. Two weeks ago, I had the chance to take a day trip to Wiltshire while on a week-long vacation in London. We visited Stonehenge, Silbury Hill, and Avebury, which are some very famous stone and earth formations located along ley lines. […]

The Magick of Rapport

When the second edition of Modern Magick came out, I added a FAQ section. Most of you know that “FAQ” means “Frequently Asked Questions.” Although I tried to be as thorough as possible, there were still questions I received that were common. I suppose that if a third edition of Modern Magick ever appears, I’ll […]

The new Gap ad

This week Gap, the popular US clothing chain, released its 2009 holiday ad, which I’ve already seen probably 10 times. It’s a loud and rather annoying cheer, which the first few times I heard just sounded like random shouting. After a couple more times, I realized they are cheering: Go Christmas! Go Hanukkah! Go Kwanzaa! […]

Remembering to Use Your Intuition

Dating can be such a tricky game. It too often seems that each sex is innately wired to drive the other a mild form of crazy. Too often, indirect communication and clever one-upsmanship are common ways in which men and women communicate. How often are wonderful first dates never followed up on? How often do women call their […]

Improve Your Magick—Get Out of the Box

You do a magick ritual, spell, technique, etc., and to your amazement (or maybe not) it works. In fact, it works very well. So you mark this in your magickal journal as a method you can use to achieve successful results. Each time you use the technique it’s successful. Woo-hoo! This is something that works. […]

Tarot as an Art Form

In my last post, I mentioned some questions that I’ve been considering lately. Based on the lack of response, save from my friend Mark, I wonder if these questions do not interest you as much. But they keep coming up for me in different conversations with various colleagues. I’ve been wondering a lot about the […]

Win a Treasure from a Lost World

We’re doing it again! Llewellyn is giving away signed, uncut press sheets from one of our gorgeous 2009 tarot decks! During our last giveaway, you had the chance to win your own little piece of happily ever after; this time you’ll have the opportunity to win a treasure from a lost world. That’s right! We’re […]