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Halloween History and Pumpkin Pleasures
Date: 2003-09-01   By: Natalie Harter
Welcome to the witchiest time of year! As many of you know, our current incarnation of Halloween, full of ghosts and goblins and candy and children, is rather different from the original apparition of this Pagan holy day. Nevertheless, you can still ...
Answering the Call to Write The Circle Within
Date: 2003-09-01   By: Dianne Sylvan
It is autumn here in Texas, the days still impossibly hot, midday thunderstorms waging war with the waning sun over the hill country. The air is singing the praises of the approaching season of Water, and I can feel life stirring in the wind even as ...
A Grimoire for Green Witches
Date: 2003-09-01   By: Ann Moura
After writing several books encompassing aspects of my family heritage of Green Witchcraft, I felt the time was right to offer people their own copy of my personal Book of Shadows and Grimoire. As part of the source of inspiration for the previous ...
Magick in Hand: Crafting Incense at Home
Date: 2003-09-01   By: Carl Neal
Incense is present on virtually every altar. From Aztec to Roman to ancient Chinese cultures, the use of incense is older than written history. In the modern world of meditation, magick, and ritual, incense is still a key component. Yet, synthetic ...
Creative Visualization: A Basic Form of Magick
Date: 2003-09-01   By: Donald Michael Kraig
When magicians get philosophical, they often move to the discussion of the very nature of magick. What is mag-ick? How is it different from anything else? The answer to the first question usually comes through definition. There are many definitions ...
Egypt: Discovering a Sacred Language
Date: 2003-09-01   By: Rosemary Clark
“To speak the name of the dead is to make them live again.” —Ancient Egyptian inscription Many of us keenly feel the absence of ritual in modern life and recognize the emptiness that results from daily routines lacking in color or meaning. It ...
Experiencing Meditation
Date: 2003-09-01   By: Rosemary Clark
I was sitting on the bed, totally relaxed one sunny Sunday afternoon. Two Siamese cats were stretched out, contentedly purring by my side. A wren was happily singing outside in a nearby tree. I was leisurely cutting strips of cloth for a project. ...
Recipe: Trout with Peanut Pasta
Date: 2003-08-29   By: Noel Tyl
Editor's note: This week's article is a sneak peek into Noel Tyl's forthcoming cookbook, The Sophisticated Gourmet (publication date March 2004.) Whether it's the Greatest Baked Potato in the World, Filet Mignon for an Etruscan Queen, or ...
Tarot: The Next Step
Date: 2003-08-22   By: Donald Michael Kraig
The Tarot cards have had a checkered past. They have been used for card games, fortune-telling (based on the idea of inexorable fate), serial art projects by people such as Salvador Dali, background structures in novels, symbolism in mysticism, ...
Using Stones, Minerals, and Metals for a Charmed Life
Date: 2003-08-15   By: Stephanie Rose Bird
Ashe African shamans, warriors, hunters, and healers all employ the power of ashe to accomplish the task at hand. There is a venerable history that is not very prominent in general literature about the deft skill with which these specialized ...

Traditionally, when performing magic, a practitioner has an altar of some sort on which to work. The altar, of course, can be anything from an elaborately carved table to a dresser top or even just a cleared section of kitchen counter; any available space can be utilized as long as it is large enough to hold the necessary tools and spell items. An... read this article
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