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Where Is the Creepiest Place You’ve Ever Been?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Debi Chestnut, author of How to Clear Your Home of Ghosts & Spirits, Is Your House Haunted?, and the new Stalking Shadows. The world around us is filled with creepy places and things. Basements; attics; old, abandoned buildings; and a multitude of other things (including objects such […]

A Spread for Guidance

This spread, called Titania’s Dream, is from the Victorian Fairies Tarot companion book by Lunaea Weatherstone (art by Gary Lippincott). It was created for this deck and thus pulls inspiration from the theme. However, most spreads can be used with any deck. It is inspired, as well, from a passage from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s […]

Part 2: Why Work with Demons?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Aaron Leitch, author of several books, including Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires, The Angelical Language Volume I and Volume II, and his new Essential Enochian Grimoire. In my last blog post, “Why Is Satan in the Grimoires?, I addressed the curious presence of Satan in the Solomonic […]

Part 1: Why is Satan in the Grimoires?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Aaron Leitch, author of several books, including Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires, The Angelical Language Volume I and Volume II, and his new Essential Enochian Grimoire. Recently, a member of my ‘Solomonic’ Facebook group posed the question (and I paraphrase): Why would anyone want to work with […]

A Spread About You

This spread, called Alive, Dead, and Undead, is from the Vampires Tarot of the Eternal Night book. It was created as a companion to the deck and thus pulls inspiration from the theme. However, most spreads can be used with any deck. With autumn upon us, we often engage in more self-reflective readings, so this […]