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Healthy Practice on the Fringe

I remember a time, not too long ago, when chiropractic care was not often covered by insurance. The impression that I received growing up was that the greater scientific community perceived the practice as quackery, that it hadn’t proven itself a worthy form of treatment. Even so, I came to embrace the world of complementary […]

The Truth About Hypnosis or…

You’re Going the Wrong Way! I’ve been a certified clinical hypnotherapist for more than a dozen years. I’ve been trained and certified in several specialties, from teaching self-hypnosis to past life regression therapy and parts therapy. I’m also certified to teach hypnosis so that people who take trainings with me will be certified by the […]

The Magickal Memory

Aleister Crowley thought that developing the “magickal memory” was an important part of magickal training. The magickal memory is the ability to recall past lives. In Magick Without Tears, chapter 37, he points out that one of the values of remembering past lives is that it helps you overcome a fear of physical death. In […]

Different Types of Decks

We all love our tarot decks. And no one more than me loves a brand new deck done in the recognizable Rider-Waite-Smith tradition. I adore the feeling of familiarity with just enough freshness to invigorate my intuition. But I confess to falling into a bit of rut sometimes. There are other kinds of decks, after […]

Don’t Forget the Dead People

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Mambo Chita Tann, author of Haitian Vodou. One of the things indigenous religions have in common, no matter where they arise, is a strong continuity between living people and their ancestors. Whether or not a culture thinks of its dead as benevolent or dangerous—and sometimes, both at […]

A Project in the Works

Some people think it is mean to tease, but I do love sharing sneak peeks at projects that are in works. This one is tentatively titled Tarot of the Faerie Realm. You may already be familiar with Julia Jeffrey’s work either through her Etsy shop or her recently released Dream Fairies oracle deck (click HERE […]

Sunday Evening at Pantheacon

It’s been an amazing two-and-a-half days at Pantheacon! I spent Saturday rehearsing for my workshops later in the day. Then I went to the exclusive Llewellyn party. Thanks to Elysia for setting it up. I had a great chance to meet and greet long-time friends and meet some new Llewellyn authors. Unfortunately, the room was […]

We Make it to Pantheacon

The trip up the I5 to Pantheacon was smooth and uneventful. As we have done for the past several years, Holly—now my wife—and I went with our friend, Lon Milo DuQuette. Lon Milo DuQuette—Master of Magick There is pass through some mountains as you drive north of Los Angeles on the I5. We stopped for […]

Sun Enters Pisces 2012: Forecast for the Year Ahead

Pisces, The Fish February 19 to March 20 Modality: Mutable Element: Water Ruler: Neptune Keywords: Creative, romantic, sensitive, self-indulgent, lazy, intuitive, dreamy, artistic, sympathetic As a Pisces you are flexible and adapting to just about any situation (though this can be both a positive and a negative). Sensitive and compassionate, you take pains to ensure […]

Shuffling

Shuffling seems like such a mundane part of the whole tarot reading process. But it is an important one and one that may have more important functions than you may think. It also carries decisions that you’ve probably made but never thought about. Because I believe that every act involved in a tarot reading is […]