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Date: 2005-10-31 By: Donald Tyson
The Necronomicon has become a kind of egregore in the modern world. It is the most notorious grimoire of all time, a notable achievement for a book that never existed. There is no historical evidence that such a book was written, yet tens of ...
Date: 2005-12-31 By: AC Fisher Aldag
You’re attending an intense, focused business meeting where everyone is shouting their ideas. You feel disconnected, chaotic, confused. A committee is formed, and two people volunteer to chair the position. When it comes to a vote, the person who ...
Date: 2002-09-20 By: Elizabeth Connor O'Malley
Precis: After a serious accident, the writer of this article practiced yoga to regain her health and strength. But there was still something that was missing. Her level of energy would not return to its pre-accident level. Without expecting ...
Date: 2004-05-31 By: Angelica Danton
The story of Goddess Signs Myths and legends have always fascinated me, and my favorite legends were always those involving the ancient Gods and Goddesses. As a child, I would rush to the library to get the latest books on the gods. It didn’t ...
Date: 2005-05-02 By: Mark McElroy
If we are to solve problems, from those confined to a single individual to those afflicting whole nations, we must learn how to identify and break out of restrictive mindsets... In other words, we must learn how to keep an open mind – one of the most ...
Date: 2005-04-18 By: A.C. Fisher Aldag
Anyone can do magic. You don’t have to be able to dance to raise energy. You don’t need an eagle’s eyesight to have psychic visions. People with physical handicaps are fully capable of performing ritual, casting spells, and celebrating the ...
Date: 2005-08-22 By: Thomas Polkinghorne
You are in bed, trying to get some sleep before you leave for work tomorrow morning. You know that if you do not get any sleep tonight, then tomorrow you will come into work drowsy and unfocused. Glancing over at the clock, you notice that it is ...
Date: 2007-07-23 By: Marguerite Manning
Is it any wonder why the ancients proclaimed that our destiny was “written in the stars”? Evidently, our fate here on terra firma is a lot less predetermined than we’ve been led to believe because when we view our natal sky from this perspective it’s a lot more than just a celestial reflection of our earthly destiny. It’s a universal documentation of the agreement we made to live up to it. An agreement the ancients called a horoscope, but based on their scientific principles I prefer to call our very own “contract with the universe.”
Date: 2003-05-30 By: David Godwin
Is gematria a valid and useful technique for investigating anything, or is it nothing but mental exercise? If it is useful, can it apply to anything other than Hebrew scripture? Is it even taking things too far to apply it to the Aramaic of the ...
Date: 2008-12-31 By: Llewellyn