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Date: 2006-01-09 By: Marianna Boncek
My interest in scrying started when I bought an “authentic gypsy crystal ball’ at an auction house in rural upstate New York. I have no idea whether the crystal ball ever truly belonged to a gypsy or not, but it was a beautiful peace of glass, and ...
Date: 2011-05-17 By: Mark A. Michaels & Patricia Johnson
Tantra is: Tantra is an ancient tradition that recognizes sexual energy as a source of personal and spiritual empowerment. This sets it apart from most Western traditions and helps explain why most Westerners have reduced it to its sexual elements alone. Tantra is the magic of transforming your consciousness and thereby transforming your
Date: 2004-05-03 By: Mark McElroy
Answering the Tough Questions Authors get asked all kinds of questions. Just last month, in fact, a woman stopped me at a trade show and asked, “Who does your hair color?” Since I don’t color my hair, I told the truth: “My mom made it for ...
Date: 2005-05-02 By: Mark McElroy
If we are to solve problems, from those confined to a single individual to those afflicting whole nations, we must learn how to identify and break out of restrictive mindsets... In other words, we must learn how to keep an open mind – one of the most ...
Date: 2012-01-30 By: Mark Spencer
Since moving into the Allen House, Mark Spencer (author of A Haunted Love Story) and his wife have encountered the spirits of Ladell Allen and her family. But rather than moving on once their secrets were revealed, the spirits of the Allens seem to be growing closer than ever to Mark and his family.
Date: 2012-11-14 By: Mark Stavish
Scottish Rite is the second largest rite, and like York Rite, it confers the three degrees of Symbolic Masonry in Blue Lodge. However, in the United States, the symbolic degrees are not conferred by the Northern or Southern Masonic Jurisdictions; they are given only by lodges duly and lawfully chartered by a Grand Lodge. From there, however,
Date: 2004-05-01 By: Mary K. Greer
Agatha Christi’s elderly detective, Miss Marple, solves crimes by recognizing, in the suspects, personality characteristics like those of people in her village whose quirks and foibles she knows so well. It was a tremendous breakthrough when I ...
Date: 2004-09-27 By: Mary K. Wilson
In the Qabalah system, the Tree of Life contains spheres and paths, all leading to the crown, Kether. This crown corresponds to the crown chakra and the source of all divine energy. For those on a spiritual path, a myriad of tools exist to help ...
Date: 2002-04-22 By: Maya Ananda
Many years ago, my grandparents took their son and moved from Mombai (you probably known it as Bombay), India to the "Little India" section of Artesia in Los Angeles county. Although Little India is technically the four-block area of Pioneer ...
Date: 2004-07-01 By: Megan Atwood
Each year, right around August, I start to wonder if I’ve taken enough advantage of the summer. Living in Minnesota, summer months are painfully short and I like to get in as much activity as I can while the sun is still shining. No time can be ...