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Getting Rid of Failure

There’s something about the word “failure.” It looks sad. It looks depressing. It literally reeks of the smell of…well…failure. The mind is a marvelous thing. Although I would contend it is unitary, we can define that aspect of the mind that takes care of everything we’re not aware of as the unconscious. This unconscious does […]

Sun Enters Aries

Aries, The Ram March 20 to April 19 Modality: Cardinal Element: fire Ruler: Mars Keywords: Initiative, action, adventurous, enthusiastic, dynamic, impatient As an Aries you are a born leader, eager to take the initiative and be a leader. Be careful, though, as you tend to be impatient; this trait can get the better of you […]

Tomorrow is International Astrology Day!

Tomorrow is International Astrology Day! Considered by many to be the start of the astrological new year, International Astrology Day is celebrated each year on the Spring Equinox (the day the Sun enters Aries). There are various observances around the world, including lectures and other events. Anyone have any plans to celebrate this observance?

Potatoes and Competition

There is a famous song by George and Ira Gershwin called “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off” which they wrote for the 1937 movie, Shall We Dance? It was originally sung by Fred Astaire. In the song, they lyrics discuss two people who argue over the pronunciation of common words: “You like potato and I […]

The Durer Tarot’s Hierophant

After all the brain contortions of bending gender and thinking about numbers and animas and animuses (animi?), let’s take a day to reset back to a more traditional image. Besides, the art of this deck is so very lovely, I’m always willing to look at it. (If you like this, you can see more here […]

Definition of a Leprechaun

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I thought I would share the exact definition of a leprechaun according to the Field Guide to the Little People by Nancy Arrowsmith. The leprechaun is the Faeries’ shoemaker and goes by various names, depending on what part of Ireland you are in, and they only reside in Ireland. […]

Spirits Out of Time is a finalist for the ForeWord Book of the Year awards!

Spirits Out of Time, by Annie Wilder, has been named a finalist for the ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Awards in the Autobiography/Memoir category! ForeWord Reviews’ Book of the Year Awards were established to bring about increased attention to the literary and graphic achievements of independent publishers and their authors. During the judging process, […]

Ostara…It’s Not Just for the Kiddies Anymore!

This week, to help prepare for Ostara festivities on the weekend, we have a guest blogger stepping in! Bronwynn Forrest Torgerson, author of One Witch’s Way: A Magical Year of Stories, Spells & Such, writes about the beautiful magic of nature on the spring equinox. Enjoy! When did our blessed Ostara get to be such a juvenile […]

The Manga Tarot’s Hierophant

I included this deck just to try and make your brains explode. This is another compelling deck designed by my friend Riccardo Minetti. In this deck he plays with the idea of gender and how it influences our understanding of the cards. In the Manga Tarot, all the cards that are traditionally male are depicted […]

The Birth of Oliver Haddo

Some of you may be familiar with the name “Oliver Haddo.” It’s the name Aleister Crowley used (he used lots of pseudonyms) when he wrote a few items. The source of the name, however, is from a book entitled The Magician by Somerset Maugham, author of such books as Of Human Bondage, The Moon and […]