Article ListingWhy Do Runes Have a Bad Reputation?
By Donald Tyson, The Truth About Runes
Runes have always been mysterious and forbidding. The very word "rune" means a secret, a mystery. In popular folklore runes are dangerous, evil, pitiless, and destructive. But how did runes get so wicked a reputation? Part of it can be attributed ...
The 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 ...
Practical Applications of Hypnosis
By William Hewitt, Truth about Hypnosis
- Stop smoking - Weight control—i.e. adhere to a proper diet - Relaxation and stress management - Self-image improvement, which in my judgment is the most valuable of all uses. - Overcome Phobias: Fear of height; fear of flying; fear of fire; ...
Past Life Regression
By Donald Michael Kraig, Truth about Psychic Powers
Belief in reincarnation has existed throughout history. It is a standard aspect of most forms of metaphysics and is found in virtually all religious systems. It is a part of the Kabalah, the mystical side of Judaism, and it was also a belief of ...
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 ...
By David Allen Hulse, Truth about Numerology
English Numerology Modern numerology really came into vogue at the turn of the nineteenth century. Early attempts at making a Qabalah for English often paralleled the English alphabet to Hebrew and Greek. But the alpha-numeric code for numerology ...
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 Chic Cicero and Sandra Tabatha Cicero, The Truth about the Golden Dawn
Astrology is a science that examines the action of celestial bodies upon all living beings, non-living objects, and earthly conditions, as well as their reactions to such influences. The study of the stars is one of the oldest sciences known to ...
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, ...
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 ...