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Date: 2009-01-06 By: Donald Michael Kraig
For some time, back in the 1970s, I had been ordering items from an odd occult shop in Great Britain. I say “odd” because their catalog made rather quirky claims and had products that nobody else carried, often with the “warning” that only their products were “official” (whatever that meant!). One of the things they described in their catalog was
Date: 2002-01-01 By: Bil Tierney
What inspired me to write All Around the Zodiac was the realization that, while Sun-sign paperbacks are easily available, it’s nearly impossible to find detailed books about the twelve signs themselves. That’s too bad, because the insight that the ...
Date: 2005-03-21 By: Mickie Mueller
I have to work late, it is Imbolc, and the sun is setting. We usually light a candle in every room at dusk to bring blessings during the cross quarter holiday. “I’ll never make it home in time,” I mutter to myself as I come bustling out of the ...
Date: 2008-11-24 By: Chantel Lysette
Many of us view angels as distant beings, inhabiting a realm far from us. Chantel Lysette, on the other hand, openly laughs and jokes with these heavenly beings. Joking with an angel? Learn how this Azrael Loves Chocolate, Michael's A Jock author came to know and love her spiritual mentors.
Date: 2007-12-31 By: Michael J Tamura
The New Year is right around the corner. Many will resolve to do so many things, from saving money to dieting to quitting smoking. Can you resolve to bring magic and purpose into your life? Michael J. Tamura, author of You Are the Answer, illustrates how invite the serendipity of magic and healing into your life.
Date: 2003-06-16 By: John Townley
A little less than every two years on average Mars conjoins Uranus, and when that combination of explosive force and targeted energy meet, often all hell breaks loose in the period surrounding. A good example is the conjunction of August 17, ...
Date: 2006-03-20 By: Isabelle Ghaneh
Her name means she who destroys the light. The story of Persephone is so rich in symbolism and meaning that it has held the fascination of artists, poets and mythologists for eons of time. Psychologists have incorporated her story into their ...
Date: 2004-05-01 By: Barbara Moore
Mysterious, beckoning, filled with shadows and whispers of ancient magic, Egypt plays an unusual role in the Western psyche. It is both a real place with a historical penchant for magic and mysticism as well as a symbolic place upon which we impose ...
Date: 2004-11-01 By: Christopher Penczak
As a practicing witch, I stand between many worlds. One of the first definitions that I learned from my teachers for a witch is a walker between worlds, like a shaman with one foot in the material and one foot in the spiritual. This is interpreted ...
Date: 2007-10-08 By: Jason Kitchen
Many people have a certain image of magickians, thanks in large part to pop culture and the media. But, popular to contrary thought, you simply cannot just chant a few learned words, wave a wand around, and experience some great force of magick. Magick is far more complicated than that. And, a whole lot more fun! Jason Kitchen, a beginning magician, brings you into the world of beginner's magick.