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Date: 2003-05-15 By: Richard Webster
Dowsing is the art of finding something that is hidden, usually something concealed underground. Dowsing is most commonly used for water divining, but there appear to be virtually no limits to the number of applications it can be used for. Over the ...
Date: 2004-11-01 By: Donald Michael Kraig
One of the things I have commented upon in my writing is that for some practitioners, certain aspects of the Kabalah and ceremonial magick are very “left-brained.” These practices, which are a focus for some people, though logical and well thought ...
Date: 2010-08-06 By: Llewellyn
Agate: Good for mental stability and awakens latent talents. Amber: One of my favorites for clients suffering love pain. It soaks up the negative energy, rebalances, then gives strength, all in the blink of an eye. Amethyst: Good for calming; also promotes spirituality and on a business side gives flexibility in decision making.
Date: 2009-07-30 By: Llewellyn
The King of Cups represents a just and good man, or a situation involving justice, intelligence, or honor. Description Most decks show a mature man, seated on a throne. Sometimes the throne is shown at the shore, or actually floating on water. He may or may not be crowned; most decks show some kind of elaborate headgear with or without a crown.
Date: 2009-08-28 By: Llewellyn
A serious-looking knight, in full battle armor, seems to raise his cup in salute as he and his white horse stand on the banks of a wide, crystal-clear river. Fed by a rushing waterfall, the river spills over a towering, rocky cliff. The Knight of Cups, like all of the court cards in his suit, is watery and emotional. He is gallant, graceful,
Date: 2008-09-10 By: Llewellyn
Adept: One who is skilled in the art of magic. Amulet: An object worn or carried to bring luck or to attract certain vibrations or people. Anaphrodisiac: An herb that cools the passions. Aphrodisiac: An herb that acts as a sexual excitant. Athame: The sacred knife of the Witch, black-handled and often engraved with magic symbols. Balefire:
Date: 2001-03-01 By: Llewellyn
In his new book, Astrology, Kevin Burk takes you step-by-step from the core basics to the finer complexities of chart interpretation while avoiding sidetracks into obscure techniques and fuzzy thinking. As a teacher, Burk also understands that a ...
Date: 2009-09-07 By: Barbara Moore
Seven years ago Ciro Marchetti began a journey into tarot he could never have foreseen, simply by sending a portfolio to a publisher. Now, tarot expert Barbara Moore details just what exactly the legacy of the Legacy of the Divine Tarot is—Ciro Marchetti's latest, and most likely, last tarot deck.
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Donald Michael Kraig
Sometimes, we are fortunate enough to meet someone who changes the world. Scott Cunningham was such a person, and I was fortunate enough to have shared an apartment with him for half of a decade. It’s now been more than 12 years since the Goddess ...
Date: 2011-08-19 By: Llewellyn
The pentagram (five-pointed star) is an ancient symbol known to virtually all peoples and cultures of the earth; it has even been found on rock carvings dating back to the Stone Age. In the Western tradition of magic, it represents the five elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Air, and Spirit or Ether. At the same time, it symbolizes a person with legs