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Date: 2009-11-16 By: Llewellyn
I was the lodge master of a German/American Freemason lodge in San Francisco, California. On a cold Monday night in December 1966, I had just closed the weekly meeting, and, as was my habit, I was waiting until the last lodge member had left so I could turn off the lights. One lodge brother was still present, putting on his overcoat and hat. His
Date: 2014-09-29 By: Debi Chestnut
Why is it that certain things and places spook a lot of people? Places such as basements, attics, abandoned buildings; dolls; clowns—the list is endless. Are these feelings based in truth, or past experiences with television and film? Debi Chestnut, author of the new Stalking Shadows, explains how we can move past our initial feelings of unease and continue forward.
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
I want you to know right from the beginning that this is blatant pitch to get you to buy a special book. When marketing people suggested that I use my editorial space as a "bully pulpit" to do just that, I resisted the idea, but this book is too important and potentially too valuable to you for me not to make this extra effort. This book can give
Date: 2005-03-25 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
This is an article from Carl's previous blog, Conversations Across the Table, originally posted on Friday, March 25, 2005 First, let me apologize for not writing recently. It’s been a very busy time and I have had such minor matters as a tooth ...
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Donald Michael Kraig
My column this issue is not yet another repetition of how Dr. Dee and his assistant Edward Kelly discovered a magickal system (I actually consider it a set of systems) that has come to be called “Enochian Magick.” I’m also not going to get into ...
Date: 2003-11-01 By: Donald Michael Kraig
If you are feeling let down after the holidays, here are three wonderful books and techniques to help restore balance and healing for 2004 and the rest of your life. Each system can be completely self-taught, and they are all safe, easy, and very ...
Date: 2010-12-09 By: Andy Baggott
Here is a simple Taoist meditation technique that, with practice, will enable you to find balance and the power to deal with any kind of situation. It only takes about thirty seconds to do and you can apply it anytime, anywhere— even while driving. Nothing feels better than when you are in the zone. You feel calm and in control, alert,
Date: 2004-06-14 By: Mark McElroy
The Deck is Out There: Three Simple Principles to Help You Find the Deck of Your Dreams Remember the good old days when ice cream came in two flavors? When televisions received just three networks? When Henry Ford offered customers any color car ...
Date: 2015-09-14 By: Nick Redfern
In early 1995, the people of the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico were plunged into states of fear and hysteria. There was a very good reason for that: a terrifying, deadly monster was on the loose. It quickly, and famously, became known as the chupacabra. Nick Redfern, author of the new Chupacabra Road Trip, presents three theories that could potentially explain the existence of the mysterious "goat sucker."
Date: 2008-12-10 By: Ileana Abrev
Affirmations Affirmations help to seal the ethereal field from emitting negative and doubtful energies. By doing affirmations, you are affirming yourself, the way you feel about who you are, and the imperfections you think you possess. An affirmation sends your message to the universe, and the universe listens and responds with positive