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Date: 2006-12-11 By: Christopher Penczak
Christopher Penczak, author of The Mystic Foundation, discusses the greatest spiritual blessing and greatest spiritual curse of our time, and offers a meditation exercise to work with the five elements and find balance in your life.
Date: 2004-07-01 By: Stephanie Clement
Astrological interpretations include a strong focus on the personality of the individual involved, or the person asking a question. Because personality often dictates the outcome of astrological combinations, the best astrological predictions about ...
Date: 2010-12-10 By: Amy Herring
The twelve astrological signs represent character traits and styles of expression. Almost any word that can be expressed as an adjective belongs to one of the twelve signs, but the signs represent more than just a list of personal quirks. They represent paths of development, and the processes and methods that illustrate how to walk along
Date: 2015-06-01 By: Ellen Dugan
Ellen Dugan's new book, The Natural Psychic, isn't simply a non-magickal book—it's a friendly and fun guide to psychic development. So why the departure, after more than fifteen books on witchcraft and magick? Ellen explains her journey though psychic development and why now is the time for The Natural Psychic.
Date: 2007-06-25 By: Ellen Dugan
In my new book, Natural Witchery: Intuitive, Personal & Practical Magick, I define a “Natural Witch” as a practitioner who intuitively senses the magick and the spirit inherent in all things. Natural Witches are practical, down-to-earth, and keep their magick personal by adding a little something extra to the spellwork. What’s the little something
Date: 2004-07-01 By: Stephanie Rose Bird
Sticks, Stones, Roots & Bones: Hoodoo, Mojo and Conjuring with Herbs is a compilation of songs, recipes, tricks (spells), rituals, art and folklore inspired by the magical path of Hoodoo. This innovative guide provides readers with ways to mark ...
Date: 2009-05-04 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
The term "New Age" has been used as early as th 1800s to describe something that reaches back to the dawn of time: an evolution of thought and spirituality. Some people think of it as movement, while others may think of it as merely a fad. But what is the New Age? Is it dead? Or are we continuing on into the New Age?
Date: 2010-03-15 By: Janina Renée
What is ahead in your life? Do you want to know what is around the corner? Curiosity is a great cure-all because it generates energy and enthusiasm. Even if you don’t have much control over your present circumstances, you can nevertheless indulge your curiosity with the tarot. Janina Renée, author of Tarot for a New Generation and Tarot Spells, presents a “card search” technique that can help you anticipate future happenings and gives you something to look forward to.
Date: 2012-11-20 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
Of course, the Astral World is not at all new. In reality, it is older than the Physical Universe, and far larger. The astral "world" (also called the astral plane, astral level, or astral dimension) is the term mainly used in occult and magical circles, whereas it is also more familiarly known as the "World of Spirit," as well as the Emotional
Date: 2005-09-01 By: Rachel Pollack
Who are the next generation of Tarot readers, and who will welcome and guide them? Go to a Tarot conference, or a large workshop, and you will see a range of ages, up to the 50s and 60s, but you’ll rarely encounter people under 25. Look at the books ...