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Date: 2013-06-17 By: Douglas De Long
What really happens when we die? What becomes of the soul? There are many of us who wonder about death, and perhaps even fear it. However, if we dig into our past incarnations here on earth, we can discover more about ourselves, healing and transforming in the process. Douglas de Long, author of Past Lives for Beginners, explains.
Date: 2013-06-10 By: Tess Whitehurst
While it may sound like a contradiction, flower magic is both highly subtle and highly potent. It's subtle in that floral energy patterns lie beneath the concrete, everyday realm of awareness. It's potent in that a flower's vibratory patterns can merge with our personal patterns in ways that infiltrate and shift every aspect of our awareness and life experience, all the way down to molecules, thought waves, and emotional states. Like water dripping on a stone, the subtlety of a flower's vibrational signature—especially when combined with a clear-as-crystal intention—can steadily and relentlessly bring about lasting change. Tess Whitehurst, author of The Magic of Flowers, provides seven rituals for lasting and powerful flower magic.
Date: 2013-06-04 By: Llewellyn
Here's what you need to know to assess Mercury in astrological terms. Sign Rulerships: Mercury is a multi-tasker. The planet rules two signs: quick-thinking Gemini and analytical Virgo. They're both signs of airy intellectualism. Gemini is curious and wide-ranging, while Virgo is discriminating and precise. House Rulerships: Mercury rules
Date: 2013-06-03 By: Ember Grant
Apatite may not be the most widely used stone in crystal magic, but it is a beautiful crystal with many nurturing properties. But how—and for what—should you use it? Ember Grant, author of The Book of Crystal Spells, provides some information about how to use apatite, including three of her own apatite crystal spells.
Date: 2013-05-20 By: Rich Newman
The scariest, darkest paranormal cases usually start out as a seemingly routine investigation; then, somewhere along the line, it becomes clear that something much more sinister is happening. But how do we know when the line to the dark side has been crossed? And what do we do about such cases? The first step in such situations to is identify what, exactly, is happening at the location. Rich Newman, author of Ghost Hunting for Beginners, The Ghost Hunter's Field Guide, and the new Devil in the Delta, details three basic types of negative entities.
Date: 2013-05-13 By: Deva Green
The houses and signs that are occupied by the South and North nodes of the Moon illustrate the path our soul has taken and will continue to take in past, current, and future lifetimes. Using the birth chart of former President John F. Kennedy as an example, Evolutionary Astrologer Deva Green illustrates the importance of understanding our Nodal Axis and the signs and houses it occupies.
Date: 2013-05-13 By: Barbara Moore
The Mibramig Magical Tarot is filled with magic and whimsy. What inspired the artist, Mibramig? And do the animals carry a deeper meaning? Tarot expert Barbara Moore digs into the deck's history and symbolism.
Date: 2013-05-06 By: Debra Moffitt
You may not realize it, but there's a place within you that holds the seeds for healing your heart and cultivating peace and joy; author Debra Moffitt calls this the secret garden. How can we get in touch with our inner self and reap the benefits of cultivating our inner secret garden? Garden of Bliss author Moffitt provides 4 ways to explore your secret garden.
Date: 2013-05-01 By: Anysia Kiel
What you will need for this exercise: Your mind in a relaxed state A quiet environment Before we try to communicate with spirits, we must shield our energy and call in our guides. Using your mind, call out to your loved one using the person's birth name and birth date. If you do not have this specific information, you may also think of
Date: 2013-05-01 By: Donald Michael Kraig
More than a magician, Dr. John Dee was also one of the most interesting and fascinating figures of the Elizabethan Age; his work with Edward Kelly has persevered for centuries. However, written in an obscure form of Latin, they are not readily accessible. Donald Michael Kraig describes the new tools available to those wishing to access Dee's work.