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Date: 1969-12-31 By: Michele Germain, LCSW
Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water … Thus begins the classic nursery rhyme. The hill is a metaphor for the journey of a marriage or non-marital relationship. The pail is where each of them puts his/her longings, hurts and past ...
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Jennifer Spees
As we approach All Hallows Eve, we start to notice that monsters are suddenly everywhere: at the movies, on television — and making guest appearances in advertisements for just about any product from soft drinks to luxury cars. Werewolves, zombies, ...
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Alice Rose Morgan
Spooks? That is what I call my guides. Others may call them souls, guides, entities, spirits, guardian angels or channels. I prefer just plain “Spooks,” and apparently they don’t mind. It’s just a friendly, intimate nickname. I am one of those ...
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
I want you to know right from the beginning that this is blatant pitch to get you to buy a special book. When marketing people suggested that I use my editorial space as a "bully pulpit" to do just that, I resisted the idea, but this book is too important and potentially too valuable to you for me not to make this extra effort. This book can give
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Mark Stavish
Writing The Path of Alchemy has been a long and fascinating journey. The initial book was written a decade ago and finally came to light after a series of mishaps and out-of-the-blue phone calls from old friends and students. Over the decade between its initial creation and its final appearance in print, the The Path of Alchemy (along with myself
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Elysia Gallo
The holiday period stretching from Thanksgiving to New Year’s can take its toll on anyone. This unusually hectic period gets stuffed with to-do lists, shopping lists, party lists, and mailing lists to the point where you may want to crawl back into bed and ignore the holidays altogether. One way to combat this overwhelming feeling is by
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Amber K
A great deal of magickal work looks magickal in a deliciously Witchy or wizardly way. Chanting voices echoing in a darkened chamber, arabesques of incense smoke rising from a candlelit altar, a robed priestess lifting her athame and evoking the Elemental powers … even the most mundane of muggles would know what’s going on, and feel a shiver down
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Donald Tyson
For years I’ve been telling readers that an entire system of magic in the Western tradition could be worked using nothing other than a deck of Tarot cards. In my books and articles, various suggestions were given as to how this might be done in partfor example, I described the laying out of a magic circle using the Tarot, and also the use
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Stephanie Clement
Each year around this time, as we approach the holiday season, I am reminded of the hope that is a part of every philosophical and religious tradition. For everyone born north of the Equator, the winter solstice and its associated festivals center on the faith that the Sun will return to bring its life-giving warmth, and that new life will begin
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Anne Massey
Ancient astrologers observed the blazing morning star Venus vanish once every eighteen months and re-emerge as the brilliant evening star. Venus has phases just like the Moon, only we cannot see them as easily as we can the waxing and waning Moon. Have you noticed a brilliant star due west in the sky after sunset? That would be Venus. She grows