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Date: 1969-12-31 By: Donald Michael Kraig
By the time you read this I will have traveled to and returned from Hawaii — not for a vacation, but to give a workshop on the subject of the Sri Yantra, an important diagram for practitioners of some paths of Tantra. Its main image is that of nine ...
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
How proud I am to be able to write this editorial! The modern Tarot was established when Rider & Co. commissioned and later published the Arthur Waite/Pamela Smith deck in the early part of the 20th century. It was a pioneering from two ...
Date: 2012-03-19 By: Kristoffer Hughes
"I was taken from myself and I was as spirit, and I knew the acts of peoples past and could predict the future. I knew the secrets of things, of bird flight and the wondering motions of stars, and the way by which fish glide." -Vita Merlini The above verse taken from the enigmatic conversation between Merlin the magician and the prophet
Date: 2012-11-05 By: Donald Michael Kraig
Scott Cunningham wrote numerous books sharing his explorations of magic, Wicca, and Paganism, many of which have long been guideposts for others on their journeys. In additional to the books he authored, Scott also contributed articles to Llewellyn's annual Magical Almanac. These decades-old articles have now been collected and published; here, his friend and old roommate Donald Michael Kraig discusses the beauty of Cunningham's Magical Sampler.
Date: 2014-12-01 By: Aaron Leitch
Modern Western magick is unfortunately dismissed as ineffective for such purposes. Like it or not, we Westerners have acquired that reputation (or stereotype) somewhere along our way. But why is this the case? Aaron Leitch offers several tips to enhance your magickal results by reconnecting with lost secrets of the past.
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Stephanie Rose Bird
T he premise for Four Seasons of Mojo revolves around the magical ability of the seasons to enhance life. This book provides readers with useful ideas unrestricted by geographic borders, ethnicity, religion or magical path. Within its pages you will ...
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Christopher Penczak
Not long ago, I was experiencing some health problems and nothing I did seemed to help. I went through my normal regime of alternative health options — energy work, herbalism and crystals — and found no relief. I tried my doctor, and didn’t get a ...
Date: 2011-03-01 By: Janina Renée
Throughout the Old World, Easter eggs have been used as potent charms and for attracting luck and warding off troubles. Easter eggs are also among the most charming and meaningful Pagan symbols, named as they are for the Goddess Eostre or Ostara, who presides over the Eastern Quarter, the Dawn, and the resurgence of life in Spring. Following are
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Ellen Dugan
Cats, more than any other creature, have been linked to magick and Witchcraft over the centuries. The feline is a fascinating animal. Its history is full of divinity, mystery and enchantment. The Enchanted Cat is a captivating and practical guide to ...
Date: 2015-02-16 By: Sandra Kynes
The idea of using the stars for magic and ritual is not new, so why aren't more of us harnessing the power of the constellations in our magic and rituals? Sandra Kynes, author of the new Star Magic, presents an exploration of the night sky along with a new interpretation of the constellations that is relevant for twenty-first century Pagans and Wiccans.