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Date: 2011-03-02 By: Donald Michael Kraig
STEP ONE. Remove the twenty-two cards of the Major Arcana. Take from the twenty-two cards (which should be numbered from 0 to 21) the cards numbered 6, 7, 10, 13, 15, and 18. These will not be used at this time, so put them with the remainder of the deck. Keep the remaining cards of the Major Arcana with you while you perform the relaxation
Date: 2010-10-18 By: Ian Daniels
The Vampyre possess a supernatural sensitivity to whispers on the night breeze. This allows them to hear every ripple of sound in the darkness with deadly accuracy—distinguishing its source and quality. Much like the sonic artistry of bats—with which the Vampyre is often associated—this ability allows them to align themselves to the lightest of vibrations. By attuning themselves to such frequencies they can navigate the invisible web of sound around them, guiding them towards their prey, their sanctuary, and their ultimate destiny. How does the Vampyre myth connect with the Tarot? As Ian Daniels, creator of The Tarot of Vampyres, explains, the answer to that question is, simply, quite well.
Date: 2009-08-20 By: Ian Daniels
When I first began experimenting with tarot cards, I resolved not to read any books on the subject. My goal was to communicate with the images unhindered by preconceptions. As such, I learned a great deal about tarot direct from the source. I also, however, developed a hunger for more information. I wanted to understand the history and the
Date: 2009-08-28 By: Llewellyn
A husband and wife stand together, side by side. The man has his left arm wrapped comfortably around the woman’s waist, as their two young children dance and play nearby. The whole family is standing on the banks of a lake or a stream, not far from a snug, cozy cottage. Overhead, ten golden cups seem to shimmer in the arc of a colorful
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Robert P. Gongloff
In a dark corner of a crowded night club, Trinity presses Neo against the wall and whispers, “It’s the question that drives us.” The Matrix, the movie from which this scene was taken, has become a classic. It has a dream-like quality, demanding us ...
Date: 2008-09-23 By: Robert P. Gongloff
“Fraternity” Astrological correspondence: Mercury in Cancer (excited emotions). Image: Three women each hold a Cup aloft as they dance together in a vegetable garden. Key Phrase: Celebration within the group. Statement: “I enjoy sharing myself among my family, friends, and acquaintances. I heal and am healed within their
Date: 2013-04-22 By: Anysia Marcell Kiel
Because it houses our clairvoyant abilities, people often identify the brow, or third-eye, chakra as our bodies' main psychic center. This is incorrect; indeed, the throat chakra, which houses the abilities of clairaudience, clairscent, and clairgustance, is the true psychic center of the body. Anysia Kiel, author of Discovering the Medium Within, discusses these psychic abilities and the importance of a balanced and empowered throat chakra.
Date: 2001-09-28 By: E. P. Parringer
Precis: The author, a practicing magician, began to have difficulties achieving the goals of his rituals. His personal rediscovery and implementation of the planetary or magical hours results in new levels of success. The Time of ...
Date: 2010-08-23 By: Rose Marcus
Since 2008, we have seen a number of social, economical, and natural disasters, and many predict that the future will continue down this rocky path. What can astrology tell us about what the future holds? Rose Marcus, editor of Insights into Evolutionary Astrology, explains the predictive power of the planets during these troubling times.
Date: 2013-10-14 By: Ken Gerhard
For centuries, mythologies all over the world have portrayed flying humanoid creatures, greatly feared because their appearance seems to spell out death and destruction for those who are unfortunate enough to cross their path. Surprisingly though, encounters with these unnatural entities continue into modern times. Here is a top ten list from Ken Gerhard, author of Encounters with Flying Humanoids, of the winged creatures that have most captured the public's imagination in recent years.