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Date: 2005-09-01 By: Natalie Harter
As we enter the season of autumn, we have the opportunity to take a long and fruitful journey with the goddess Persephone. She is quite the intriguing lady. As bringer of spring and Queen of the Underworld simultaneously, she is paradox incarnate. ...
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Natalie Harter
Greetings all! It is with some sadness that I write my last column for New Worlds. I have very much enjoyed writing to each of you for the past three years, but it is time to move on to other adventures, and in the next issue you will have a lovely ...
Date: 2003-12-08 By: Nick Farrell
The rationalist culture of the post 19th century has done its best to kill imagination. To the pure materialist, imagination is just day-dreaming and an un-necessary barrier to achieving. More recently, science seems to be reviewing its views ...
Date: 2004-03-08 By: Nick Farrell
PART 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO ESOTERIC GROUPS Most people interested in the esoteric have a belief that there is a Hogwarts or an Invisible College – a secretive coven or hidden society with mysterious secrets and powerful initiations. The late ...
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: 2009-08-19 By: Norma Cowie
The Sun's energy gives us warmth, light, and life. The Major Arcana card of the Sun, number nineteen, represents the same. It demonstrates to us the symbology of rebirth, growth, and progress. In numerology, "nineteen" comprises One—the beginning, newness, creation—and Nine—endings and completion. We breathe in, only to breathe out and in again.
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Olivia
Astrology helps you to understand the multifaceted being you love (whose underwear is decorating your bathroom). Too often we wake from the honeymoon in shock. Where did that nasty temper come from? Tight-fisted with money? Lack of imagination in ...
Date: 2008-06-23 By: Pam Ciampi
My interest in composting was born out of sheer desperation. Many years ago in Vermont, as I was making an attempt to seed a lawn and grow a garden on five shady acres of acid soil littered with rocks, I was desperate to find a way to enrich and amend the thin coating of topsoil I had to work with. I had heard of composting and decided to give it
Date: 2008-01-21 By: Pat Samples
Is there some quality you’d like to have more of? Patience? Confidence? Focus? That quality may seem elusive – an unreachable ideal, especially if you’ve tried repeatedly to develop it over time without much success. Pat Samples, author of The Secret Wisdom of a Woman's Body, explains how attaining these qualities can be as simple as walking.
Date: 2011-10-31 By: Philip H. Farber
Until nearly the end of the Twentieth Century, most neuroscientists believed that once a human brain was formed in childhood, it would remain pretty much the same throughout its life. in the 1980s, however, scientists changed their minds about brain change. We now know that the brain not only can rewire itself very quickly, it can also grow new cells. What does this have to do with Magick? Philip H. Farber, author of Brain Magick: Exercises in Meta-Magick and Invocation, explains.