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I was sitting on the bed, totally relaxed one sunny Sunday afternoon. Two Siamese cats were stretched out, contentedly purring by my side. A wren was happily singing outside in a nearby tree. I was leisurely cutting strips of cloth for a project. ...
Date: 2003-08-29 By: Noel Tyl
Editor's note: This week's article is a sneak peek into Noel Tyl's forthcoming cookbook, The Sophisticated Gourmet (publication date March 2004.) Whether it's the Greatest Baked Potato in the World, Filet Mignon for an Etruscan Queen, or ...
Date: 2003-08-22 By: Donald Michael Kraig
The Tarot cards have had a checkered past. They have been used for card games, fortune-telling (based on the idea of inexorable fate), serial art projects by people such as Salvador Dali, background structures in novels, symbolism in mysticism, ...
Date: 2003-08-15 By: Stephanie Rose Bird
Ashe African shamans, warriors, hunters, and healers all employ the power of ashe to accomplish the task at hand. There is a venerable history that is not very prominent in general literature about the deft skill with which these specialized ...
Date: 2003-08-10 By: Christine Jette
Jette/ Reading Space 1 Your Reading Space: Choose with Care ...
Date: 2003-08-01 By: Stephanie Rose Bird
Hoodoo History Once upon a time, we were Africans, involved in a unique lexicon of beliefs, lore, stories, and customs designed to help integrate us into an environment filled with plants, animals, elements, and a complex array of spirits. With ...
Date: 2003-07-25 By: Tau Malachi
Orthodox forms of Christianity would have us believe that the Christos is isolate to the person of Yeshua (Aramaic for "Jesus") and that he alone is Christ or the Messiah. However, Gnostic Christianity holds a very different view of Yeshua and ...
Date: 2003-07-12 By: Rosemary Ellen Guiley, Ph.D.
In August 2002, news broke that a New Caledonian crow named Betty, in a laboratory in Oxford, demonstrated intentional problem-solving ability by repeatedly bending a straight piece of wire into a hook so that she could snag food. Scientists ...
Date: 2003-07-01 By: Christine Jette
When Christine Jette finished the manuscript for Tarot Shadow Work in 1999, she didn’t believe she could write one more thing about tarot and the shadow. She was wrong. Time having passed, Christine Jette details how to use all 78 cards of the Tarot for shadow work.
Date: 2003-07-01 By: Kala Trobe
I have read Tarot for years and in many interesting circumstances, but one instance sticks in my mind because of its outcome and the philosophical questions raised by my position as seer. As I explained to my querent that the Death card in the ...