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Date: 2002-01-11 By: Steve Blamires
Precis: The author of Glamoury and Celtic Tree Mysteries, and one of the most knowledgeable and respected students of Celtic lore and its modern applications, adds to his current body of work with an examination of the importance of the Beauty, ...
Date: 2009-08-10 By: Stewart Bitkoff
In more traditional cultures, the "wise one" is a central figure, advising all who seek answers. Today, this diverse role has been spread across a team of specialists: lawyers, doctors, public officials. This may not be the best model, however; Dr. Stewart Bitkoff, author of A Commuter's Guide to Enlightenment, explains how we can recapture our independence and spirituality by becoming our own wise one.
Date: 2008-05-28 By: Sydney Omarr
Gemini is the natural third zodiacal sign, associated with Mercury, and related to the hands and arms. Born under this sign, you possess intellectual curiosity and are fond of talking, gesticulating. In the kitchen you are active and quick; you experiment, and you are conscious of what close relatives think of your culinary concoctions…You love
Date: 2004-01-27 By: Tania Ahsan
Feng Shui has been extensively explored these last few years and its secrets laid open to the West. But Vaastu Shastra, a 5,000-year-old Indian architectural and design philosophy, has only recently come into the media spotlight. Contained within ...
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: 2001-10-05 By: Tera O'Connell
Precis: The author shares her research into the very nature of magic, moving from Plato’s concept of Forms to a new paradigm for understanding the methodology of practical magic which is effective on the physical plane. THE FORM OF ...
Date: 2001-09-21 By: Terrance Lescault
Precis: The writer spent years fighting attacks because of his Gypsy heritage and shares the personal and emotional impact they had on him. To solve problems created by this abuse, his research leads him to rediscover the heart, soul ...
Date: 2009-08-19 By: Thea Bloom
Have you ever noticed that someone does not necessarily have to be book-smart to be a good lover? Well, the same is true with the tarot. Sometimes the more we know, the worse we read. If you want to read more creatively, more psychically, you need to ditch the books, risk making a fool of yourself, and get intimate with your deck. Keep a tarot
Date: 2009-08-24 By: Thea Bloom
It’s not crazy to think you can quit your job and be a full-time reader. It does take a lot of preparation, commitment, creativity, and courage. You need to overcome many fears. I was petrified in the beginning, with a thousand worries. What if I stink and I am just deluding myself? What if everyone thinks I’m a crackpot, a fortuneteller, a snake
Date: 2005-01-24 By: Thomas Polkinghorne
There is a tendency among modern Pagans - many of whom live in cities - to revere the wilderness as a source of magical power and dismiss the cities in which they live as spiritually dead places. The city is simply a place where they live and work, ...