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Date: 2005-09-01 By: Tau Malachi
The term Gnosticism covers a broad spectrum of spiritual beliefs and practices, as well as the mystery schools that taught them. The teachings and practice of Gnosticism range from pre-Christian pagan forms of Gnostic thought to those that may ...
Date: 2014-12-22 By: Sonja Sadovsky
Since childhood, and for various reasons, The Priestess and the Pen author Sonja Sadovsky has been enamored with the image of successful women who overcame adversity to create something new, both in fiction and in reality. And, more often than not, magic played a part in these images of Goddesses and Priestesses. Here she discusses her motivation for writing her new book and the desire to see today's dreams become tomorrow's reality.
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Dianne Sylvan
A woman waits expectantly outside the Circle. I take her hand and lead her into the sheltering ring of other women who walk this path together. As she takes her place alongside her sisters, I kiss her on the cheek and say, “Thou art Goddess.” She ...
Date: 2005-05-17 By: Christopher Penczak
When I got involved in Wicca, I found that most of my teachers emphasized the Goddess. Many people have been raised with traditions that emphasized the male aspect of divinity. These same people often come to nature-based religions with a desire to ...
Date: 2013-06-24 By: Nanci Shanderá PhD
Alchemists put various base metals, such as lead, through a series of processes that refine them until they become gold, and these alchemical processes in a laboratory are symbolic for the transformation of our inner "lead" into our "Gold," or True Self, our Soul. Dr. Nanci Shanderá, author of Your Inner Gold, discusses the seven stages of alchemy and how they apply to our personal transformative process.
Date: 2003-11-01 By: Chic Cicero
The Golden Dawn Enochian Skrying Tarot is the only deck of its kind to contain two separate and distinct tarot decks in one, each with its own set of imagery, card interpretations, card spreads, skrying symbols, and magical uses. One side of this ...
Date: 2011-11-21 By: Stephanie Woodfield
The Morrigan is best known as a goddess of battle. But, The Morrigan also fills many roles and guises, both mortal and divine. Stephanie Woodfield, author of Celtic Lore & The Spellcraft of the Dark Goddess: Invoking The Morrigan, explains how we can use the power of The Morrigan and her tales to reclaim and empower our lives today.
Date: 2009-08-31 By: Katalin Koda
As we develop along the path as healers and magical practitioners, we find that certain tools enhance our practice immeasurably. One of the most important aspects of good healing and magical work is to ground and center. Katalin Koda, author of The Sacred Path of Reiki, illustrates the Grounding Cord Exercise, as well as 8 other ways to ground and center.
Date: 2010-04-12 By: Janina Renée
Looking through a typical Tarot deck, you find that human characters in the cards are distinguished by many different kinds of headwear. Tied in with the symbolic conflation of hat, head, and mind, headgear says something about different states of consciousness. Tarot author Janina Renée explores the many meanings of hats, crowns, and other headwear in the Tarot.
Date: 2005-01-01 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
I moved into the old Summit Avenue Mansion in 1962 and lived there for about 15 years. Built in the late 1800’s by a timber and railroad magnate, it was a great old house of thick red sandstone, towers and chimneys, a spectacular north-facing ...