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Date: 2008-07-16 By: Mark Stavish
When you discuss Kabbalah with someone one of three things usually happens: they ask if you are Jewish, mention Madonna, or their eyes glaze over. It is also common for all three to occur. This is in large part due to the fact that for over a century, self-described kabbalists have been their own worst enemy when it comes to making the existence
Date: 2001-11-13 By: Stephanie Jean Clement, Ph.D.
Precis: Stephanie Jean Clement, astrologer and one of the writers of the forthcoming book, Civilization Under Attack, updates us with the latest astrological information concerning the plane crash in New York city of November 12, 2001. ...
Date: 2008-08-04 By: Philip J. Imbrogno
No matter how skeptical you are, there are three things that cannot be denied: that reports of paranormal experiences exist, that they persist, and they are increasingly occurring on a global scale. Philip J. Imbrogno, author of Night Siege and Interdimensional Universe, details how UFO sightings and other paranormal phenomena are potentially related, while questioning the very universe we hold as reality.
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Mark Stavish
Writing The Path of Alchemy has been a long and fascinating journey. The initial book was written a decade ago and finally came to light after a series of mishaps and out-of-the-blue phone calls from old friends and students. Over the decade between its initial creation and its final appearance in print, the The Path of Alchemy (along with myself
Date: 2015-10-05 By: Tomás Prower
La Santa Muerte is the patron saint of the LGBT community. How can this be? How can a pseudo-Catholic saint who is portrayed as a female grim reaper and venerated as the Spirit of Death, herself, come to be the patron saint of LGBT persons? Tomás Prower, author of the new book La Santa Muerte: Unearthing the Magic & Mysticism of Death, explains.
Date: 2008-07-16 By: Donald Michael Kraig
As with many of Llewellyn’s authors, I frequently travel to give workshops and lectures. Over the past few years I have been to New York and California, Florida and Washington State, and to many places between. I’ve given workshops in Hawaii and Switzerland. As I write this I have most recently given workshops in Connecticut and northern
Date: 2014-10-01 By: Chic Cicero
Of the many esoteric subjects studied by ceremonial magicians, alchemy is often considered one of the hardest and most arcane, while the tarot is thought to be one of the most accessible and “hands-on.” Historically the language of alchemy with its inscrutable riddles and metaphors have baffled many students, while the images of the tarot are more direct and often need little explanation. Some may prefer one over the other, but like other elements of the Western Esoteric Tradition, the best way to learn alchemy and tarot is to study these topics together. Golden Dawn Adepts Chic and Sandra Tabatha Cicero here provide the illuminating Philosopher's Stone Tarot Spread.
Date: 2009-07-22 By: Llewellyn
One of the simplest, yet most powerful plant-related approaches, is the Plant Interaction Program. This program embraces the familiar concept that big things can have small beginnings. Through this step-by-step program a lone plant can become a gateway to complete success. By focusing your attention on a plant, you can access the resources
Date: 2016-03-21 By: J. A. Kent PhD
For millennia, our culture has been dominated by the masculine and monotheistic religions of the Abrahamic tradition. J.A. Kent, author of the new Goddess and the Shaman, explores the politics of divinity, from gender and history to what it means to let the Goddess lead.
Date: 2005-07-01 By: Patrick Dunn
Aleister Crowley, Gerald Gardner, Robert Cochrane and Helena Blavatsky: each of these people invented, recreated or discovered a system of magic and spirituality in the early part of the 20th century, and all of them were modernists. A modernist ...