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Date: 2013-02-11 By: Sandra Kynes
Magical correspondences are generally thought of as simple correlations among the elements, directions, seasons, and colors that are frequently used in ritual. What exactly are correspondences? Why do we use them? And how can we use them more effectively? Sandra Kynes, author of Llewellyn's Complete Book of Correspondences, explains.
Date: 2013-02-04 By: Lexa Olick
Over recent years, we have seen great strides in digital technology, and many of our digital devices double as cameras. But, many of our photos taken may never again be viewed. Is it possible to regain the power the photograph once held, in magic and in mundane life? Lexa Olick, author of Witchy Crafts, explains the link between power and image.
Date: 2013-01-28 By: Frater Barrabbas
Why would anyone bother to learn the Qabalah? hat could you possibly gain by studying such a complicated and obscure occult system? Is it even relevant in these post-modern times? Frater Barrabbas, author of Magical Qabalah for Beginners, discusses the power that Qabalah brings to magical and Pagan practices, creating order out of chaos.
Date: 2013-01-28 By: Barbara Moore
In 2008, Lo Scarabeo asked Tarot expert Barbara Moore to create a pair of decks called The Book of Shadows Tarot. After considerable thought and planning, the Book of Shadows Tarot, Volume I: As Above was born. This is the story of its inception.
Date: 2013-01-24 By: April Elliott Kent
When I began studying astrology, I imagined that sexy Venus and passionate Mars held the secrets to understanding love. After all, most youthful dreams of future soul mates feature torrid tangos of passion and enthrallment. The notion of ending up in a relationship like Mom and Dad's—so little kissing, so much bill-paying!—tends to fill idealistic
Date: 2013-01-21 By: Alexandra Chauran
Wouldn't it be great if you could have a warning system in place to let you know when the work day is about to be so brutally horrible that you might as well just stay in bed? Actually, everybody has access to such a warning system, and it lies right in the palm of your hand. Alexandra Chauran, author of Palmistry Every Day, provides 10 clues to look for in your palms to indicate that perhaps you should stay home from work today.
Date: 2013-01-14 By: Louise Helene and Kim Osborn Sullivan
Oftentimes, women in particular have questions about relationships, including how to find a good man, knowing when the time is right for marriage, and calling it quits when the relationship isn't working. And what about sitting by the phone, waiting for his call? Louise Helene & Kim Osborn Sullivan, co-authors of I Saw Your Future and He's Not It, offer four activities to help you regain your personal power and confidence...and to make him call.
Date: 2013-01-07 By: Cyndi Dale
Who doesn't want to be with their true love? How do we find our soul mates? Do they really exist? Cyndi Dale, author of several books, including the new Beyond Soul Mates, explains the nature of soul mate relationships and how we can attract them.
Date: 2013-01-04 By: Hélène Berton
My first contact with natural cosmetics was during a course on essential oils, more than ten years ago. Though it was about the therapeutic uses of essential oils, some words were said about some of oils that are beneficial for the skin. I made my first trial with a mix of vegetable and essential oils as skin care oil for my face. I liked it
Date: 2013-01-03 By: Hélène Berton
If the fleshy mounts and flat plains are the topography of your hand, the lines are the roads that cross it as you journey through life. Get familiar with the major freeways that mark just about everyone's hand, even if you don't see them change much, because they will help you as reference points for the mounts. Just as you might say, "Hey,