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Many times, when conducting a paranormal investigation (or even simply experiencing something "going bump in the night"), we can jump to conclusions when often the experience is a product of our own mind or body. Because of this, having an assessment guide on hand during an investigation can be both empowering and helpful in determining a phenomenon's cause. Sarah Soderlund, author of the new book Haunted by the Abyss, presents a checklist of five things to consider when determining the cause of any seeming paranormal occurrence.
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Maritha Pottenger
If I told you that I was quite shy as a young child and adolescent, and became more outgoing after moving to California, what would you guess changed in terms of my Ascendant? I think most readers would guess (correctly) that I moved from a water ...
Date: 2013-07-15 By: Patrick Dunn
The Lenormand, a simple, 36-card deck, is gaining popularity across the world. What are these cards, and from where did they come? Patrick Dunn, author of Cartomancy with the Lenormand and the Tarot, explains the cards and their inherent power—especially when they are teamed up with the Tarot.
Date: 2010-07-12 By: Amy Herring
Saturn’s twenty-nine-and-half-year transiting cycle as personal evolution represents most directly the process of maturity. Not just getting older, but gaining wisdom through what we learn in our experience of growing up. During highlights in our personal Saturn cycle, we are often asked to confront a certain reality, whether it’s about how the outside world works or whether it’s our internal state of being, along the theme of what Saturn represents in our birth chart by sign and house. Our personal Saturn cycle can also have us confronting authorities, again whether they are external laws, judges, teachers, or parents, and our internal lesson of claiming our own natural authority and governance over our own lives. Amy Herring, author of Astrology of the Moon, explains.
Date: 2009-07-17 By: Llewellyn
According to feng shui traditions, these plant and flower colors encourage the following emotions. You will notice, however, that these are almost identical to the traditional color correspondences of the Witch and the magickal practitioner. Black: enigma, enchantment Blue: peace, healing, relaxation Cobalt Blue: connecting to a higher purpose
Date: 2012-02-15 By: Barbara Moore
When Tarot expert Barbara Moore first began studying the tarot, there weren't many books on spreads, and the ones that were available were mostly collections of spreads with no explanations or directions. This left her with many questions, and led to a ten-year tarot journey through spreads. Here she discusses techniques to revamp your tarot spreads (and your tarot practice), as well as her new book, Tarot Spreads: Layouts & Techniques to Empower Your Readings
Date: 2002-01-01 By: Barbara Moore
When I began work on UFO Mysteries, the objective was simple: expand and revise a portion of my earlier book, Strange Encounters, and augment that material with a number of new chapters. Unfortunately, what seemed a fairly straightforward task ...
Date: 2008-06-30 By: Stephanie Clement
Sit comfortably with your eyes closed. Begin slow, rhythmic breathing. Visualize golden light either in front of you or over your head. As you breathe, draw the light into your body, or visualize your body moving into the light, whichever is easier. Feel the light as it permeates your entire being. Feel its energy cleansing, straightening, and
Date: 2008-05-07 By: Llewellyn
Plants have long been called upon to provide glimpses of the future. This form of divination, termed botanomancy, uses plants in innumerable ways: they’re placed beneath the pillow to create prophetic dreams; are sown and observed as they grow; are used as pendulums; and are tossed into water, air, or fire. Plants seen unexpectedly are responsible
Date: 2004-07-01 By: Tau Malachi
The Gospel of St. Thomas is perhaps among the most beautiful and powerful of the Gnostic Scriptures that appear in the Nag Hammadi library. Its great power lies in the fact that it is not encumbered by the literary device of a story-line, but is ...