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London Bound
Date: 1969-12-31   By: Kala Trobe
Magick in the West End is the follow-up to the award-winning collection of short-stories, The Magick Bookshop. Several of the characters from the first book reappear, but this time the esoteric action is set in London. In real life, I’d been ...
Polyamory in the Pagan Community
Date: 1969-12-31   By: Raven Kaldera
If you go to a Pagan festival these days, it’s rare not to have some kind of workshop or discussion group on polyamory, the practice of ethical multiple relationships. It’s even more rare not to see some people being public about their poly ...
Tarot: A Little History and More
Date: 1969-12-31   By: Barbara Moore
Much of the history of tarot is rooted in France. It’s not surprising that Marseille was famous for its paper manufacturers that specialized in playing cards because other forms of divination were popular there as well. Marie Anne Lenormand ...
Exploring the I Ching: Can Ancient Oracles Address Modern Challenges?
Date: 1969-12-31   By: Mark McElroy
Even in a world where your Aunt Bessie practices feng shui and Madonna talks Cabala, most people scratch their heads when someone mentions the I Ching. “Wait, wait — don’t tell me,” they say. “I Ching … isn’t that some kind of root you can smoke to ...
A Cosmic Getaway: Relocational Astrology
Date: 1969-12-31   By: Maritha Pottenger
If I told you that I was quite shy as a young child and adolescent, and became more outgoing after moving to California, what would you guess changed in terms of my Ascendant? I think most readers would guess (correctly) that I moved from a water ...
Chiron’s Dual Nature
Date: 1969-12-31   By: Martin Lass
My journey with Chiron began in 1992 when, while browsing the shelves of the Theosophical Society bookstore in Sydney, Australia, the ultimate cliché happened: a book fell off the shelves and landed at my feet. I looked around, half expecting ...
Three Enochian Magick Myths
Date: 1969-12-31   By: Donald Michael Kraig
My column this issue is not yet another repetition of how Dr. Dee and his assistant Edward Kelly discovered a magickal system (I actually consider it a set of systems) that has come to be called “Enochian Magick.” I’m also not going to get into ...
Ecoshamanism: Bridging Humanity to Nature
Date: 1969-12-31   By: James Endredy
One of the things that inspires me so much about the people involved in the New Age community is the undeniable sincerity and unpretentious good humor displayed by many of its members. But many of us (myself included) who openly acknowledge the ...
The Magic of Chinese Medicine
Date: 1969-12-31   By: Christopher Penczak
Not long ago, I was experiencing some health problems and nothing I did seemed to help. I went through my normal regime of alternative health options — energy work, herbalism and crystals — and found no relief. I tried my doctor, and didn’t get a ...
Take the Journey of a Lifetime
Date: 1969-12-31   By: Jennifer Spees
At some point in your life you’ve probably wondered what happens to us when we die. What does it feel like? Where do we go? Can we come back to visit the living? Are we judged on the basis of what we believed, or what we did in this life? What is ...

Wish bracelets are an opportunity to make a wish and watch it come true! The bracelet is tied around your wrist or ankle. Once the bracelet breaks off, your wish comes true. If you are very patient, you can make a longer bracelet and wear it as a necklace. If you mix your aspiration beads with beads of protection, then you should make the necklace... read this article
Coincidence, or Communication?
13 Hidden Traditions of Mabon
Hoarding to Fill Emptiness: How to Tell if Spiritual Lack is Causing Clutter Accumulation
Amaterasu: The Brilliant Sun Goddess
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