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That Monkey Called ANXIETY

Anxiety. Just the word makes me tighten up my shoulders and lose my breath. More and more people are realizing and admitting to their experience with chronic anxiety. In a fast paced and depend-on-yourself society, it’s not hard to imagine why this unwelcome experience and condition is flourishing. We’re losing our breath. We can’t relax. […]

Different Editions

Very soon (in May although it may be available at the end of April) Llewellyn will be releasing the Anna.K Tarot. This deck was originally self-published by the artist. I heard her on a podcast and was intrigued. I looked up her deck and bought one directly from her. Then I used it for years […]

Spreadcrafting

The Deck of 1000 Spreads Gail Renfrow is a member of a local tarot group. She brought The Deck of a 1000 Spreads with her and wrote a review. We thought the review was so good that we asked her if we could share it. She very generously agreed! Here is it: When I first […]

WIN A FREE TAROT DECK!

Have You Entered the Contest Yet? Win a FREE TAROT DECK! The contest is on still on! Here’s your chance to win a Tarot deck from our many decks. All you have to do is enter the contest and make the best prediction for the year. For full details click on this LINK.    

Dark Night of the Soul

The Two Aspects of Occultism Today There are lots of ways to divide the approach to occultism in various forms today. For this post, I’ll describe it as the technological/spiritual, and the religious. The technological/spiritual sees magick as means to achieving goals. Often, part of the technology involves the use of spiritual practices. Thus, although […]

The Importance of Keeping Records

Although many scientists are loathe to admit it, the basics of what is known as “the scientific method”—essentially the ability to reproduce experimental results under identical conditions—were based on the practices of magicians and medieval alchemists. Sir Isaac Newton, who codified modern physics, wrote more on alchemy and religion than he did on physics. Most […]