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Date: 2004-11-01 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschke
The out-of-body experience is at the core of most religious, shamanic and magical practices. Many of the techniques for inducing the “OBE” have long been kept secret by priests and magicians for political and personal power. The ability to project ...
Date: 2011-06-24 By: JD Hortwort
Many of us, especially city-dwellers, don't have access to large plots of land for gardening. But that shouldn't stop us! Most herbs are tolerant of harsh growing conditions—even those found in our urban centers, which are man-made heat wells. With a little direction and some perseverance, urban gardeners can grow plenty of herbs for the kitchen, bath, or cupboard.
Date: 2007-02-05 By: Kathleen Charlotte
Are you thinking of love this Valentine's Day, and looking for a little help to find the perfect match? Don't shy away from Voodoo as an option to ease the relationship issues in your life. Kathleen Charlotte, author of Va-Va-Voodoo, discusses some of the negative connotations associated with Voodoo, and shares a couple of her favorite techniques for bringing love into your life.
Date: 2015-01-19 By: Jessica Shepherd
The New Year, and its promise of starting over, dangles the carrot of a clean slate in front of us. It's so important to take our desire to be happier seriously, yet sadly far too many resolutions don't pan out. How can we ensure that our resolutions are made? Jessica Shepherd, author of Venus Signs, explains just how Venus can help us.
Date: 2013-06-03 By: Ember Grant
Apatite may not be the most widely used stone in crystal magic, but it is a beautiful crystal with many nurturing properties. But how—and for what—should you use it? Ember Grant, author of The Book of Crystal Spells, provides some information about how to use apatite, including three of her own apatite crystal spells.
Date: 2009-03-13 By: Nancy Kahn
We are living in troubled times. Our economy is in a state of significant downturn, and a general reaction to this is one of stress and anxiety. While economists have predicted that there will not be an immediate end to this crisis, astrology seems to echo that sentiment. While a difficult time for many, it can also be a time of tremendous
Date: 2008-09-29 By: Llewellyn
Every time an individual or small group recognizes a problem that could be addressed in the community, country, or around the globe, and decides to do something about it, the spirit of volunteering ignites. America has a history of volunteering, and many unpaid positions serve vital needs in our cities and towns. Groups often start by raising
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Llewellyn
A type of astrology that focuses on the outside world rather than the individual is called mundane astrology. The word “mundane” is derived from mundus, meaning "the world," which was a Latin translation of the Greek word for “cosmos,” or orderly arrangement. I always felt that this type of astrology was tremendously stimulating (although the word mundane suggests otherwise) and I wanted to write a book which made the “astrology of the world” come alive and speak to readers in interesting, relevant ways—especially in our uncertain times. Cosmic Trends evolved and changed before my eyes. From the simple thread with which I began, the book became a colorful fabric....
Date: 2006-02-06 By: Llewellyn
Using the ancient art of Feng Shui is a unique tool to attract love and romance. More and more people are delving into the study and how it can help them create passion in their current relationships or draw their heart's desire. Here are a few ...
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 ...