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Date: 2010-10-18 By: Ian Daniels
The Vampyre possess a supernatural sensitivity to whispers on the night breeze. This allows them to hear every ripple of sound in the darkness with deadly accuracy—distinguishing its source and quality. Much like the sonic artistry of bats—with which the Vampyre is often associated—this ability allows them to align themselves to the lightest of vibrations. By attuning themselves to such frequencies they can navigate the invisible web of sound around them, guiding them towards their prey, their sanctuary, and their ultimate destiny. How does the Vampyre myth connect with the Tarot? As Ian Daniels, creator of The Tarot of Vampyres, explains, the answer to that question is, simply, quite well.
Date: 2001-01-01 By: Llewellyn
At a time when magic was regarded by most as suspect at best and dangerously evil at worst, Israel Regardie saw magic as a precise scientific discipline as well as a highly spiritual way of life. At the age of twenty-four, he took on the enormous ...
Date: 2013-04-08 By: Barbara Moore
Anyone who wishes to learn the tarot can find a plethora of books on the subject. Anyone wishing to study the Rider Waite Tarot in depth can also find many, many books to choose from. When deciding what book to select, especially when the content is similar, the presentation of the material is often the key factorwhich is what really sets The Ultimate Guide to the Rider Waite Tarot apart from others.
Date: 2005-03-01 By: Timothy Roderick
This book takes readers on a spiritual journey through the traditional year and a day of Wiccan training. It is the same kind of training you might receive if you were taught by an experienced Wiccan elder. And though it covers many of the essential ...
Date: 2004-11-01 By: Donald Tyson
The most difficult part of learning to divine with the Tarot is remembering the meanings of the cards. The names of the cards, and the card layouts for divination, are easy to remember, but the meanings are hard to memorize because there are so many ...
Date: 2008-04-23 By: Scott Cunningham
Originally published in Llewellyn's New Times, issue number 921. When I was fifteen years old, I was handed a visa of sorts. This “visa” consisted of an open invitation to explore the byways of human thought and practice that have become known as magic. I eagerly took up this work, for nothing in my life until that time had sparked all three
Date: 2003-11-01 By: Howard F. Batie, Mh.D.
In my professional life as a Satellite Communications Systems Engineer, I learned very quickly to discard what does not work, and also what does not have direct practical application. What I did not know at the time was that my technical background ...
Date: 2008-02-11 By: Ellen Dugan
How to Enchant A Man is an entertaining and enjoyable guide into the world of loving enchantments, romantic spells, and women’s witchery. Designed for both single and married enchantresses, this is a fun and pleasurable book that invites you, the reader, into the world of personal improvement. Reclaim your feminine power, focus on your captivating abilities as a woman, and bring more romance, laughter, love, and magick into your life!
Date: 2003-06-27 By: Phyllis Galde
Because The Art of Spiritual Healing was the first book I edited at Llewellyn and because I was so interested in alternative healing (I try to avoid allopathic medicine if at all possible), it made a profound impact on my life. It shaped my ...
Date: 2006-04-03 By: Mark McElroy
Leonardo da Vinci didn’t play by the rules. He accepted commissions he never finished. He invented machines so advanced, the technology of his day couldn’t produce them. He completed masterpieces -- like The Last Supper -- using untested and ...