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Are You a Querent?

I have been studying the Tarot and giving readings with it for many decades, thousands of readings. I used to give readings at psychic fairs for as many as forty people a day. That can be really exhausting. The Tarot was one of my earliest occult studies. I’ve read hundreds of books on the Tarot. […]

Freemasons, Webinars, and the Golden Dawn

There has been a debate on the internet concerning the future of magick. I saw a discussion about it on Aaron Leitch’s Blog. There, Aaron  discusses comments by Jake Stratton-Kent concerning the future of magick. One of the problems in this discussion is the use of jargon. Aaron reveals, “Jake is a goetic magician, but […]

When There’s Nothing You Can Do…

Although I have been studying and practicing hypnosis and hypnotherapy for a long time, I took my first formal training in hypnosis just 15 years ago. Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are unbelievably powerful tools for personal change. It can help people change beliefs they no longer want to have. It can help people overcome behaviors that […]

The Devil IS in the Details

Do you know James Arthur Ray? If the name is unfamiliar, events surrounding him may bring to mind why his name has been in the news. Ray was a “New Age Guru” preaching the gospel of The Secret with its revelation of the Law of Attraction to his well-heeled followers. Energetic and charismatic, he made […]

So Where Did Real Tantra Come From?

As with most ancient traditions, everyone wants to claim that theirs is the oldest and that all other traditions came from them. In the Western Abrahamic religions, both Christianity and Islam arose out of Judaism. Interestingly—some claim due to the monotheistic approaches of these faiths—they all claim that their’s is the real religion and their […]

Words Have Power and the Hypnotic Difference

It wasn’t until I was in college, taking a class in children’s literature (OK, it was supposed to be easy, but it had tons of reading), that I read Ursula K. LeGuin’s classic book, A Wizard of Earthsea. It’s an incredible tale filled with Jungian overtones as well as a great version of Campbell’s “Hero’s Journey.” […]

Is the Wiccan Rede Ethical? (Part II)

I’d like to begin by thanking everyone who commented on my previous post concerning the Wiccan Rede. All of the comments received on it, save one, have been posted. I hope you’ve read them and that they’ve triggered debate and discussion. The one comment that was not posted was far too long to include in the […]

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 […]

I Wouldn’t Have Seen It If I Hadn’t Believed It

You might be thinking that I have the title backwards. Surely I meant that I wouldn’t have believed something if I hadn’t seen it. Nope. The statement in the title is actually a quote from Marshall McLuhan, one of the world’s greatest philosophers and multi-talented educators. The quote above clearly shows the way our mind […]

Travels of a Wizard—Part 6

[Once again this motel chain's internet connection is going up and down. Today I'm writing from Mickey-D's.] A Day at Llewellyn Wednesday was my day at home offices of Llewellyn. This was a fantastic day. I got to see many long-time friends and make a few new ones. Llewellyn is not Hogwarts. It doesn’t have […]