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Writing Meditation
Date: 2003-01-01
During his conference in Havana, just before he obtained the Nobel Prize for Literature, Gabriel Garcia Marquez surprised me with a phrase that was short but full of truth, that I have never forgotten: “To become a writer, you have to write.” Years ...
Beltaine, the Gateway to Summer: Rituals and Recipes
Date: 2012-03-27   By: Ellen Evert Hopman
For the ancient Celts, there were only two seasons: summer and winter. Beltaine ushered in the light half of the year while Samhain (modern Halloween) ushered in the dark half. The mid-points of the year were Imbolc, the Fire Festival of mid-winter that celebrated the lactation of the ewes, and Lughnasad, the festival of mid-summer that celebrated
Pendulum Magic
Date: 2003-05-15   By: Richard Webster
A pendulum is a small weight attached to a length of chain or thread. When someone holds it by the thread and asks a question, the weight moves and provides the answer. It is an amazing tool that can be used for many different purposes. Just ...
Learning the Responsibilities of the Witch
Date: 2003-07-01   By: Kala Trobe
I have read Tarot for years and in many interesting circumstances, but one instance sticks in my mind because of its outcome and the philosophical questions raised by my position as seer. As I explained to my querent that the Death card in the ...
The Familiar Spirit Companion
Date: 2003-07-01   By: Raven Grimassi
When I was a young boy my father worked for the government. His job required our family to move every year to a different state. The move always took place in the summer and always meant that I had to wait to make new friends until school started in ...
Never Say Goodbye to Your Loved Ones in Spirit
Date: 2003-07-01   By: Patrick Mathews
Being a medium and connecting people with their loved ones in spirit, I am often asked if those in Heaven are truly aware of what goes on here. Be it a birthday, a wedding, the birth of a baby, or a holiday, people want to know if spirits are ...
The New Book of Magical Names: Six Amazing Years of Improvement
Date: 2003-07-01   By: Phoenix McFarland
Like the phoenix for which I am named, The New Book of Magical Names arose from the ashes of its old self as a whole new being. After the first edition (with the title The Complete Book of Magical Names) appeared, I had the luxury of time—six ...
Karma Explained
Date: 2003-07-01   By: Donald Michael Kraig
Many people use the term karma without truly understanding what it means. “It’s my karma to be poor,” they say. Or instead of poor they say “ill” or “lonely.” In doing this they make karma appear to be the same as fate. It is not. In fact, the ...
How I Learned Qabala
Date: 2003-07-01   By: Ted Andrews
I was always a voracious reader. Throughout most of my childhood, the local library had a limit on the number of books you could check out at any one time, and you had to return them within two weeks. I would always check out the limit and always ...
Beginning Your Study of the Golden Dawn
Date: 2003-07-01   By: Donald Michael Kraig
Where does it come from? This is one of the most frequent questions I receive about magick. There is no simple answer to this question. Every time a source is discovered, if you pull back a leaf you find another behind it. We could go back to ...

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