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Date: 2004-01-01 By: Barbara Moore
Greetings to all, and happy New Year. May this year be one of grand adventures, unexpected joy, and much-longedfor peace. In our September/October issue, I wrote about the Reader’s Studio, a wonderful tarot conference held in New York this past ...
Date: 2004-09-01 By: Maria Shaw
The tarot is a wonderful tool to help us unlock the answers to life that we are seeking. It has been used for hundreds of years by people all over the world as a guide to the past, present and future. The tarot can help us see things in a different ...
Date: 2009-08-20 By: Janina Renée
The imagery of the tarot can be used as the focus for rituals that help us concentrate on goals, channel archetypal energies, and shape the quality of our daily lives. The following rite uses the imagery of the Sun, Judgement, and Magician cards to activate the Sun within and put its creative energies to work. It is a rite you may especially wish
Date: 2005-01-01 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
I have a theory that “hauntings” happens most often in houses that “turn inward.” By that I mean that the architecture of the house is such that one lives within the walls and rarely pays attention to what goes on outside. And that's the way most ...
Date: 2008-04-21 By: Jason Kitchen
Magick has evolved tremendously over the past few years. It has stood the test of time, overcome the slander of contrary opinion, and it has taken a very deep position in the mainstream community. The new faces and names to the occult remain loyal to their traditions, but are not bound by it, and all of us have built our foundation from the techniques of elder work. What will the magickal foundation be like for those of tomorrow?
Date: 2008-03-28 By: Scott Cunningham
In honor of the June 26th birthday of one of Llewellyn's most beloved authors, the late Scott Cunningham, we have included two spells from his book Earth Power: Techniques of Natural Magic. A TREE SPELL When you have found a tree to work magic with, take a large leaf, a charcoal-tipped stick, a piece of flexible vine or natural-fiber cord,
Date: 2003-09-15 By: Rachel Pollack
A WALK IN THE SHINING TRIBE by: Rachel Pollack "Rachel Pollack's "Shinning Tribe" Tarot deck is like coming home to the roots of Tarot- that place where images provoke meanings that surface from inner places that formed early on. Her images draw ...
Date: 2004-09-01 By: Sandra Kynes
As author Elizabeth Fisher once said, “to be in ritual is to be in the river of life.” To me this is a wonderful analogy because when you are physically in a river, your view of the world is very different from onshore. While in the river, you can ...
Date: 2004-11-01 By: Poppy Palin
Greet an old friend, one who seems silent save for the whispers of her silvered leaves, and hear the subtle messages present in the touch of your hand on her rough bark … Leave an offering of milk and honey for the sweet-toothed spirit who guards a ...
Date: 2002-03-01 By: Ann Moura
During my rare classes on Green Witchcraft, questions and situations arise relating to the actual process of magical work. I realized that there was more information to be shared. My course on the Witchcraft of Nature spans eight consecutive ...