1. You've written over
fifteen books on Paganism and witchcraft, and you are known as the
"Garden Witch." Yet, your new book The Natural Psychic
focuses on the psychic realm and intuition. What inspired you to write The Natural Psychic?
Call me psychic, but somehow I knew you
were going to ask that. I discovered the Craft over three decades ago,
when I was searching for a way to get a handle on my own psychic
After twelve years of cranking out a
total of sixteen non-fiction books on witchcraft, it was time for a
break. I have always combined my psychic abilities with the Craft. I
even wrote about this particular topic in depth in my book Natural Witchery.
When my Witches Tarot
was released, I lectured on the tarot and how to perform clairvoyant
readings across the country. After listening to the questions from the
fans, I knew it was time to tackle the subject of
However, I wanted to do it my way. As a
non-denominational book. With NO religious slant to the information.
That way anyone—Witch, Pagan, Christian, Jew, Muslim, Buddhist,
Agnostic, or Spiritualist—could pick up the book and get some
practical, straight up, and honest information.
2. The Natural Psychic is
designed to help us develop our psychic skills and navigate the psychic
realm. Why is this important?
Because psychic abilities are natural. They are a part of our
genetic makeup. We all have instincts and intuition, but understanding
how it all works, can be a daunting quest.
Often people are afraid. Afraid to
explore, afraid to question and to understand. Most often that fear
comes from worrying they are somehow going against a religious belief
of some flavor.
The point I make right off the bat in
this book is that your religion has NOTHING to do with your psychic
abilities. You are who you are, and your abilities are yours to
explore—no matter what your religious affiliation.
known as the "Garden Witch," with many books on gardening and the
seasons. Do you find that increased psychic abilities help in the
garden as well as in other areas of life?
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