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Date: 2015-08-07 By: Richard Southall
When I started to investigate the unknown in the 1980s and 1990s, paranormal investigations and ghost hunting were not taken too seriously by most of our society. Back in the day, when a person on the street was asked about his or her knowledge and opinion of the paranormal, images from movies such as Poltergeist and Ghostbusters would often come
Date: 2015-08-03 By: Gini Graham Scott PhD
Is it possible to turn our every goal into a reality? Gini Graham Scott, PhD, author of the new Turn Your Dreams Into Reality, explains how she came to write her book, applying "Get What You Want" principles in every day life, and how we, too, can exercise the book's techniques to achieve our dreams.
Date: 2015-07-31 By: Gini Graham Scott PhD
Wish bracelets are an opportunity to make a wish and watch it come true! The bracelet is tied around your wrist or ankle. Once the bracelet breaks off, your wish comes true. If you are very patient, you can make a longer bracelet and wear it as a necklace. If you mix your aspiration beads with beads of protection, then you should make the
Date: 2015-07-27 By: Gary Gillespie
In his new book, Chronicles of the Unexplained, author Gary Gillespie provides several accounts of ordinary people encountering extraordinary, often unexplained situations. He and his family are not immune to these encounters, either. Discover why coincidences should maybe not so easily be dismissed as merely such.
Date: 2015-07-20 By: Diana Rajchel
The festival of Mabon celebrated the harvest and honored an entire season of sacred, survival-ensuring work. Diana Rajchel, author of Mabon (the latest release in Llewellyn's Sabbat Essentials Series), explains the origins of the festival and provides 13 hidden traditions that may well be worth resurrecting for our own harvest celebrations.
Date: 2015-07-13 By: Alexandra Chauran
Do you, or someone you know, live a life filled with clutter? While often these tendencies are related to deeper, psychological issues, they can also be a sign that you're looking for something more in your life—like spirituality. Alexandra Chauran, author of the new Clearing Clutter and the forthcoming 365 Ways to Strengthen Your Spirituality, examines how to tell if a spiritual lack is the cause of clutter accumulation.
Date: 2015-07-10 By: Katalin Koda
Summertime brings out the brilliance of sunshine, sunflowers, and an abundance of active energy. In the long summer days of heat and light, we find the sacred feminine aflame in the Japanese sun Goddess of beauty and radiance, Amaterasu. Amaterasu is the delightful sun Goddess of the Shinto Japanese culture whose name means "Great Divinity
Date: 2015-07-06 By: Deborah Lipp
Many people don't feel at ease with tarot cards; they may think they "aren't good" with them, or not connect with a particular deck, or not want to put in the studying time. Deborah Lipp, author of the new Tarot Interactions, discusses these reasons and more, and provides ways to become more intuitive with your psychic ability and the cards of the tarot.
Date: 2015-06-29 By: Richard Southall
Richard Southall's new book, Haunted Plantations of the South, is now available. What makes these antiquated locales so haunted—and so intriguing? Is it the legends, or the experiences? The author of Haunted Route 66, Haunted Plantations of the South, and How to Be a Ghost Hunter explains.
Date: 2015-06-22 By: Melanie Marquis
As one of three annual harvest celebrations marked in the Witch's sabbat cycle, Lughnasadh doesn't seem like much of a stand-out. Unless you're tending crops on a daily basis, you're not very likely to be especially filled with excitement over the thought of the first harvest, as opposed to the second or third harvest. Melanie Marquis, author of the new Lughnasadh in Llewellyn's Sabbat Series, offers fun ways to make your Lughnasadh celebrations more modern.