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So You Want to Write a Book…

It almost always happens that when I go to any event, someone tells me they’d like to write a book. Sometimes their approach is one of looking for advice. Sometimes they are more aggressive (“I can write a book better than that!”). I always encourage them and offer to help. This is because when it […]

Why Hypnosis Works

It has been said that if magick is the ability to make desired changes, then the most powerful form of magick is the ability to change your mind. I’m not sure that’s completely accurate, but the ability to fully use the mind to make desired changes is certainly quite powerful. To my mind, no tool […]

Report on Pantheacon

This was one of the best Pantheacon events ever. I heard estimates of between 2,500 and 3,000 people in attendance. Here is my experience… First, I had been quite sick. My cold was primarily coughing. No fever. No nausea. But for someone who was going to be speaking, this was a disaster. Plus, coughing is […]

The Llewellyn Tarot

Carl Llewellyn Weschcke wrote a lovely foreword to The Llewellyn Tarot Companion. Allow me to quote a bit here: The tarot is the universe hidden in a secret book of cards. The universe is both “out there” and “in here.” As above, so below. The Llewellyn Tarot deck is the result of five years of […]

The Truth About The Secret Order G.’. B.’. G.’.

More than 40 years ago, a book came out called The Complete Magick Curriculum of the Secret Order G.’. B.’. G.’. by someone named Louis T. Culling. I purchased my copy from Gilbert’s, a bookstore just east of Vine on Hollywood Blvd. Israel Regardie used to hang out there near the occult books and listen to […]

Llewellyn Authors Across the World Wide Web

Social networks are now the darlings of the Internet. News these days often debuts on Facebook and Twitter before it is ever posted to the websites of news outlets, and we can poke our cross-country friends and acquaintances without ever leaving the comfort of our home. Llewellyn is on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/LlewellynBooks) and Twitter (http://twitter.com/LlewellynBooks); like […]