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Date: 2009-08-24 By: Kim Rogers-Gallagher
The Moon makes a loop around the Earth in about twenty-eight days, moving through each of the signs in two-and-a-half days (or so). As she passes through the thirty degrees of each sign, she “visits” with the planets in numerical order by forming angles, or aspects, with them. Because she moves one degree in just two to two-and-a-half hours, her
Date: 2005-03-01 By: Kris Brandt Riske
We live in an image-conscious, materialistic society. Many people measure success in terms of money — what it can buy, the size of their home, cars in the garage, places they travel and schools their children attend. There is a clear, if albeit ...
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: 2008-07-28 By: Laura E. Kreger
Each year Llewellyn produces a line of annuals, calendars, and datebooks designed to keep you abreast of timely topics and filled with relevant articles from innovative thinkers, authors, and experts. New this year is Llewellyn's 2009 Green Living Guide, which, from green careers to green houses to green weddings, explores how to live in harmony with the environment. Ranging from personal lifestyle options to broad solutions, you'll find a bounty of ways—small and large—to make a difference. This issue features over twenty in-depth articles on ecotravel, transportation alternatives, rain gardens, vermicomposting, beekeeping, wind turbine power, permaculture, and more, such as this excerpt. Read Laura E. Kreger's foray into the world of bicycle commuting and living "car-free."
Date: 2009-08-24 By: Leeda Alleyn-Picotti
Could we, barring the unforeseen events that snipped the threads of the Fates, live as long as we wanted? It is important to realize that we not only believe in immortality, we are smitten with it. We pursue it. Human immortality, though, is not all fanciful fairy tale, legend, or myth. From the cells of our bodies, we sense an unrevealed truth
Date: 2014-11-17 By: Lenny Schneir, with David B. Axelrod & Linda Winburn Walker
Merlin Stone was the renowned feminist, author, artist, historian, and speaker most famous for her book, When God Was a Woman. Her partner, Lenny Schneir, shares how Merlin turned him from a self-proclaimed male chauvinist into a feminist, and he explains why the new book, Merlin Stone Remembered, is so important for him to share with the world.
Date: 2013-10-01 By: Lesley Francis
Okay, for the sake of an open mind, try to forget everything you've ever thought about change. Accept one thing: it really does have a purpose, which is to get us to grow. Not just to upset our carefully laid plans or make us feel like we are perpetually living on a skateboard. The bottom line is change is inevitable. It's gift is to get you to
Date: 2014-05-19 By: Leta Herman & Jaye McElroy
Whether you're currently in a long-term, committed relationship, or just beginning your soul mate search, romantic partners can be confusing. Perhaps you connect fantastically with your new lover in the bedroom...but not so much anywhere else. Perhaps the opposite is true: your relationship feels perfect in every way except when it enters the bedroom. These issues—and many others—are energetically based. Discover which of the Five Elements you most identify with, and use this knowledge to find, make, and keep lasting love.
Fall in Love with Yourself This Valentine’s Day: Uncovering Your Amazing Gifts through the Five Elements
Date: 2016-02-08 By: Leta Herman & Jaye McElroy
Image by Jaye McElroy Who is the most significant person in your life? Well...YOU are! Even if you are in a loving relationship, the most important factor to attaining "true" love is truly loving yourself. When you fall in love with yourself, you then share that love with others, and yes, possibly even with a significant other. But that is
Date: 2009-09-29 By: Lily Gardner
Ever wonder why statues of Catholic saints are sold in the same shop next to mandrake roots and Eleggua candles? How the saints joined forces with the African pantheon that would become Santería or Voodoo is a story dating back to the late 1600s. Huge populations of African prisoners of war, mainly from the kingdoms of Benin and Yoruba in western