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Date: 2004-11-01 By: Donald Tyson
The most difficult part of learning to divine with the Tarot is remembering the meanings of the cards. The names of the cards, and the card layouts for divination, are easy to remember, but the meanings are hard to memorize because there are so many ...
Date: 2004-10-25 By: Honey Black
It's the cool, smoky month of October and I'm in love. I'm counting down each day until my favorite night of the year: All Hallows Eve. Since I can remember I've loved Halloween. Now, I know you've heard that before, but I am absolutely crazy ...
Date: 2004-10-11 By: Honey Black
Magic is the art of using the whole of the natural and universal energies. To responsibly perform Wiccan magic, it's necessary to know the spiritual laws governing the material world. Many people choose to ignore these forces. The expression ...
Date: 2004-09-27 By: Mary K. Wilson
In the Qabalah system, the Tree of Life contains spheres and paths, all leading to the crown, Kether. This crown corresponds to the crown chakra and the source of all divine energy. For those on a spiritual path, a myriad of tools exist to help ...
Date: 2004-09-13 By: Douglas De Long
Man, tree, and flower are supposed to die; but the fact remains that God’s universe is spiritual and immortal… ~Mary Baker Eddy, Treasury of Spiritual Wisdom, p.270. The human soul is eternal and linked to God or The Creator. A person on a spiritual path knows this, and understands that he or she is a soul with a body and not a body with a soul.
Date: 2004-09-06 By: Karen Follett
It is my belief that magic is not some historical relic that can be harnessed into a “one size fits all” practice. Magic is a living essence. Birthed in the unknown antiquity of the universe, magic reflects change and evolution. While maintaining ...
Date: 2004-09-01 By: Natalie Harter
Some of you are probably a bit confused by why I would be wishing you a happy New Year in the middle of autumn. Others of you are probably saying to yourself, “well, duh, she’s talking about Samhain;” which, of course, I am. We’ve all heard that ...
Date: 2004-09-01 By: Deborah Lipp
When I wrote my first book, The Elements of Ritual, it was like a brain dump. I had been teaching classes and working in Wiccan groups for almost twenty years at that point, and writing was like downloading all those years into a word processor. ...
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: 2004-09-01 By: Raven Grimassi
Have you ever wondered about your existence prior to your birth? Do you ever think about what happens after death, or wonder about the purpose of your existence? If so, you have touched upon the very mysteries that are the foundations of Witchcraft ...