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My Favorite Spread for Over a Decade

In 2001, Rachel Pollack published a spread in the Llewellyn Tarot calendar. I fell in love with it immediately and have loved it for over 10 years now. It is a unique spread that uses all the Major Arcana cards. It gives you an overview of your spiritual journey and provides so much insight. Although […]

A Fetus Like Stone: Divination in the Ancient World

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tess Dawson, author of The Horned Altar. The primal nature of ancient divination texts 3,200 years old often strikes a modern reader with distress. In our sanitized environment we see rare but normal events as gory. Revolted, we turn a blind eye. Ancient people could not look […]

Adventures in Magick

It was decades ago when I moved into one of the rooms of a two-bedroom apartment with Scott Cunningham (for more about what I learned about Scott over the following years, see my eBook, The Magical Life of Scott Cunningham, available through the Kindle Store [LINK], Kobo [LINK], Nook Bookstore [LINK], Sony [LINK], and iTunes [through […]

Ethics

Whether you read professionally or not, you will probably find yourself at some point facing ethically challenging situations. One way to minimize troublesome on-the-spot moments is to determine your ethical guidelines ahead of time. This is helpful, but no matter how thorough and careful you are, you might find someone at your table asking something […]

Finding Your Magic Sleeping Pill

Sleep. Is it your friend or your enemy? I know I’m far from the only one who suffers from the occasional monster of insomnia and I’ve been seeing more and more articles on the importance of sleep lately. Mehdi René’s 6 Tips for Waking Up Early and Getting Sh*t Done reminded me of something I […]

Finding Treasure

I love books. My house is more like a library with a bedroom than a home with books. So I read lots of books. And the truth is, some of them are not very good. Okay, some of them are really bad. Some of them have me thinking, “Well, that’s several hours I’ll never have […]

Girl’s Night In

Sasha Graham, being a true Tarot Diva, knows how to incorporate tarot into a good time.   If you want to bring in some beautiful and vivacious new energy into your, consider inviting over some of your friends, crack open a few tarot decks, and see what fabulous wisdom is revealed. Here are some tips […]

Legends of the Haunted Highway Tour with Richard Southall

To celebrate the release of his new book, Haunted Route 66, author Richard Southall jumped in the car and took a road trip along The Mother Road. Southall kicked-off the tour in Chicago, and after hitting six bookstores in six day, joined six other authors for a “Great American Road Trip” event in California, only […]

New Moon in Aries, April 10, 2013

The New Moon in Aries occurs tomorrow, April 10 at 5:35 am EDT (9:35 am GMT), at 21 degrees. New moons signify a new cycle, new beginnings, and rebirth. This New Moon, along with the Sun (also in Aries) will highlight the fiery Aries qualities of enthusiasm, action, and impatience, as well as first house […]

Leaders or Consensus?

I don’t know who originally stated it (maybe one of my readers knows), but there’s a statement running around the U.S. political blogosphere that “Republicans look for a leader while Democrats look for a consensus.” Whether or not you agree or disagree with this description, it would seem that the organization of occult groups seems […]