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Date: 2012-06-18 By: Rev Mark Townsend
For over a decade, Mark Townsend was a priest in the Church of England. In 2007, his path both literally and figuratively changed, and he found himself a member of the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids. But how to reconcile the Jesus of his old religion with the deities of the new one? Here Mark, author of Jesus Through Pagan Eyes, discusses a new way for Pagans and Christians alike to view Jesus.
Date: 2012-07-30 By: Melanie Barnum
Have you ever experienced an "Aha!" moment or wondered why it feels like you just know something without knowing how you know it? Have you ever woken from a dream only to have the events in that dream become reality during your day? Have you ever experienced a sign so strongly it caused you to change your mind or direction? All of these moments you've had are part of the incredible world of psychic symbols and intuition! Melanie Barnum, author of The Book of Psychic Symbols, discusses how easy it is to begin recognizing—and taking advantage of—the psychic symbols in our lives.
Date: 2012-07-02 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
Some people believe that a physical body is all we have in life—others believe, at the least, in something they call a "soul." Some think of the soul as a kind of balloon-like attachment to the physical body, while others think of the body as a kind of "vehicle" for the soul. But how do we define "soul?" Is it the same as "spirit?" And what of "consciousness?" Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, co-author of Astral Projection for Psychic Empowerment, discusses how we are so much more than a physical body, and how we can use these different vehicles of our selves to advance our lives and humanity to become all that we are.
Date: 2012-06-26 By: Amy Herring
Date: 2012-07-09 By: Barbara Moore
For many tarot readers, Rachel Pollack's Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom was a sort of bible. Her newest release, The New Tarot Handbook, offers the same sort of guidance and inspiration. Here tarot expert Barbara Moore explains the book's beauty—and the wisdom of Rachel Pollack.
Date: 2012-08-20 By: Shawn Martin Scanlon
The term "black magick" fascinates as no other, and yet the term itself is so mysterious and vague that it's not always easy to find two magicians who can agree precisely on its meaning. Is black magick that of revenge, theft, cruelty, or other malicious acts? Or is a magick that explores the darker sides of our psyches? Shawn Martin Scanlon, author of Everything You Want To Know About Magick (But Were Afraid To Ask), discusses why we needn't focus so much on the multiple definitions of "black magick"—or even worry about incorporating it into our own magickal practices.
Date: 2012-08-13 By: Fred H. Meyer MD
What is enlightenment? How can it be achieved? Why do we even seek to attain it? Fred H. Meyer, Ph.D., author of Don't Give Up Until You Do, explains why we need to find the freeing power of enlightenment though meditation and examining the inner workings of our mind.
Date: 2012-08-27 By: Stephen Lancaster
At some point in your life you have likely heard someone described as a "ghost magnet" or something similar. Can a person truly be a magnetic for paranormal activity? After all, the human body is itself built upon electromagnetic activity. Stephen Lancaster, paranormal researcher and author of True Case Files of a Paranormal Investigator, explains.
Date: 2016-10-31 By: Nick Redfern
When it comes to the matter of mysterious creatures and unknown animals, one of the most famous of all is Nessie—the monstrous denizen of Scotland's huge Loch Ness. For centuries stories have surfaced of a creature—or, far more likely, a colony of creatures—lurking deep in the waters of the ancient loch, and occasionally surfacing to tantalize and terrify locals and tourists. But, what are the Nessies? The theories are many. The answers, however, are few. Nick Redfern, author of the new Nessie, provides 3 of the more intriguing suggestions.
Date: 2012-09-10 By: Robert Butera PhD
It seems that those who practice meditation have healthier lives in comparison to those who don't. How do we implement a meditation practice in our lives, choosing the method and style that will bring each of us the best results? Robert Butera, Ph.D., author of Meditation for Your Life and The Pure Heart of Yoga, explains.