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Date: 2002-07-01 By: Edain McCoy
Multiply the power! Here’s the only book about magick for covens. While there are numerous books about creating rituals for group use, and others on how to form, organize, and operate covens, this is the first to discuss working magic in a group of ...
Date: 2010-11-29 By: Barbara Moore
Despite being comprised of a finite number of cards, seventy-eight to be exact, tarot opens us to an infinite universe, both within and without. A newcomer can be overwhelmed by the vastness of the tarot landscape. In addition to the general “bigness” of it all, there is that delightful, freeing aspect of tarot that can also be the bane of a beginner’s experience: there are very few hard and fast rules with tarot. Tarot expert Barbara Moore, author of Tarot for Beginners, explains just what tarot newcomers can expect from her new book.
Date: 2013-01-28 By: Barbara Moore
In 2008, Lo Scarabeo asked Tarot expert Barbara Moore to create a pair of decks called The Book of Shadows Tarot. After considerable thought and planning, the Book of Shadows Tarot, Volume I: As Above was born. This is the story of its inception.
Date: 2001-08-01 By: Dorothy Morrison
Celebrate the changing of the seasons and the beauty and power of the Moon, the Stars, and the Sun. Written by a Witch who has spent many years teaching the Craft of Wicca to newcomers, The Craft is an accessible introductory guide that presents ...
Date: 2007-07-09 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
The tremendous wave of interest that followed publication, and then the movie, of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code left a lot of excitement, and some confusion, in its wake. There is no doubt that while some questions regarding Da Vinci remain unanswered, others can be addressed. We learn from geniuses such as Da Vinci and build upon their knowledge and their example. The Da Vinci Tarot, with its imagery drawn from Da Vinci’s artwork and the many sketches and writings of his notebooks, is one such example.
Date: 2010-10-11 By: Michelle Belanger
The research involved in producing a dictionary of any sort is extensive, rigorous, and exhausting. As Michelle Belanger was researching The Dictionary of Demons, she came across references to a Grand Pantler of Hell. Who or what was this entity? From whence did it come? Michelle Belanger exposes the demonic Grand Pantler of Hell—and explains why it pays to check your sources.
Date: 2001-08-01 By: deTraci Regula
One night, during the time I was writing The Mysteries of Isis, I had a dream of the ancient temples. A nighttime celebration was taking place, and I remember walking toward the high pylon gates, hearing music drifting out over the sands; the night ...
Date: 2002-07-01 By: Anna Franklin
I don’t remember when I saw my first fairy, but I know that I spent my childhood chatting to them, instinctively understanding that each tree, stream, or district had its own indwelling spirit. Then, when I became a witch, it was part of my training ...
Date: 2008-07-16 By: Llewellyn
There are so many paths for Witches, Wiccans, and Pagans, that the concept of some sort of universal truth seems almost impossible—almost! And if you could discover this information, how do you make it understandable, practical, and usable by Pagans all over the world? There is a myth that thousands of years ago, secret wisdom was stored in
Date: 2012-07-23 By: Daniel Harms
Readers interested in spirituality live in an amazing time. Bookstores, libraries, and the Internet provide information on all manner of traditions, from the most orthodox to those that, a few centuries before, would have ensured a quick trip to the stake. It is hard for us to recall that, even a few decades ago, books on occult topics were quite difficult to come by. One such book that has lived in infamy is Der Lange Verborgene Freund, or "The Long-Lost Friend." Now newly updated, editor Daniel Harms explains its importance–both yesterday and today.