Article ListingThe Well Worn Path Review
By Donald Michael Kraig, Certified Tarot Grandmaster,
Summary: A deck that is specifically directed toward Pagans, Witches and Wiccans. Not a Tarot, the forty cards represent foundational Pagan concepts. While not for Rider-Waite-Smith purists, this deck is well-suited to the many tens of thousands of ...
By Llewellyn George, New A to Z Horoscope Maker and Delineator
First House The First House rules the personality, natural disposition and tendencies, self-interest and worldly outlook generally. The parts of the body represented are the head and face. Second House Financial affairs, monetary prospects, gain or ...
By Tadhg MacCrossan, Truth about Druids
The earliest Indo-European measurement of time was by the moon, and this reveals the nature of the Celtic calendar. The Celts never deviated from lunar time measurement, as their Druids had preserved it from the Indo-European tradition. Luckily for ...
Introduction to Ceremonial Magick
By Donald Michael Kraig, Truth about Psychic Powers
Ceremonial Magick is one of the most complicated systems of spiritual attainment in the world. It is a mixture of Jewish, Christian and ancient Egyptian philosophy mixed with ancient Indian and Chaldean ideas spiced with a hint of earlier Paganism. ...
By John Michael Greer, The New Encyclopedia of the Occult, John Michael Greer (Llewellyn Publications)
(Arabic tilsam, from Greek tetelesmenon, "that which has been consecrated") In magical lore, an object charged or consecrated with magical energies for the fulfillment of some specific purpose. Talismanic magic has had an important place in Western ...
Psychic Self-defense Story #1: Supernatural Assault
By Keith Randolph, Truth about Psychic Self-Defense
Some years ago an English colonial official stationed at a remote post on a Caribbean island became seriously ill from a cause the district medical officer could not determine. The official asked to be transferred elsewhere, saying he was sure he ...
Baneful Herbs and Flying Ointments
By Scott Cunningham, The Truth About Herb Magic
One of the darkest chapters in the history of herbs has been in the traditional usages of "baneful" (poisonous) herbs. Such herbs, including henbane, hemlock, hellebore, mandrake and datura, were popular in Renaissance magic for inducing visions, ...
Magic Provides an Alternative Viewpoint
By Donald Tyson, Truth about Ritual Magic
Where in the world is magic? It is not in science, which denies the reality and value of anything not amenable to the scientific method. It is not in religion. The Church has historically looked upon magic as devilish, and in modern times regards it ...
By Amber Wolfe, Truth About Shamanism
One of the most beautiful, synchronous aspects of the current shamanic reemergence is that it coincides with the great expansion in human consciousness and potential. The shamans of old may have had to rely on harsh experiences of physical and ...
Review of The Gilded Tarot
By > Donald Michael Kraig, Certified Tarot Grandmaster,
Summary: A spectacularly beautiful Tarot deck using modern digital art that is firmly based on the Rider-Waite-Smith model—making it easy to use for traditionalists and beginners, as well as a compliment for any book—yet significantly original so it ...