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The Ghosts of Lincoln

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Adam Selzer, author of Your Neighborhood Gives Me the Creeps, Ghosts of Chicago, and the new Ghosts of Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln stories are notoriously hard to verify; many of the famous stories about him weren’t told until years after his death, and even a lot of first-hand […]

Creating Spreads

Creating spreads is fun. Even when you don’t have a particular question, but you feel like playing with your cards, you can create a spread inspired by the deck that you are using. This is an interesting way to get to know a deck and may reveal some wisdom that you didn’t know you were […]

Tarot Cards as Journal Prompts

Last month I was asked to write about how to use tarot cards as journaling prompts. Five years ago, I wrote an article with some journaling basics and you can find that HERE. I have some other great and/or fun ideas for using your cards as journal prompts for you, too. Write a short story […]

Pages in the Tarot

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Deborah Lipp, author of The Elements of Ritual, The Way of Four, The Way of Four Spellbook, Merry Meet Again, and the new Tarot Interactions. People lose their minds over court cards in the tarot. They can stop the reader cold: Is this a person? If so, […]

Does the Bible Outlaw Magick?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Aaron Leitch, author of several books, including Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires, The Angelical Language Volume I and Volume II, and Essential Enochian Grimoire. The Western Mystery Tradition is quite steeped in Biblical literature and imagery. Gnosticism, Hermeticism, Rosicrucianism, Masonry, the Golden Dawn, and Thelema have extremely […]

Respect Is a Necessity When Hunting Ghosts

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Richard Southall, author of How to Be a Ghost Hunter, Haunted Route 66, and the new Haunted Plantations of the South. I have been writing about the paranormal for close to twenty years, and have been interested in the topic for much longer. Not only have I […]

Llewellyn Titles Win 2015 COVR Awards

The annual COVR (Coalition of Visionary Retailers) awards were announced this weekend at INATS in Denver. Two Llewellyn titles won 2015 COVR Awards: Journey Into Spirit: A Pagan’s Perspective on Death, Dying & Bereavement, by Kristoffer Hughes (WINNER, Reincarnation, Death and Dying Books) Merlin Stone Remembered: Her Life and Works, by David B. Axelrod, Carol […]

Your Tarot Ethics

My friend Michael thought having me write about tarot ethics would be interesting. I think I might disappoint him because I don’t have a set of tarot ethics that I think all readers should abide by. And I don’t think, as some readers do, that unless you follow MY ethics you an ethical reader. I […]

Spiced Apple Cider for Lughnasadh

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Melanie Marquis, author of The Witch’s Bag of Tricks, A Witch’s World of Magick, Beltane, and the new Lughnasadh. Nothing quite says Lughnasadh better than a warm cup of freshly made spiced apple cider! It’s easy to make and easy to customize to bring out the flavors […]

Who Are the “Other Magicians?”

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Aaron Leitch, author of several books, including Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires, The Angelical Language Volume I and Volume II, and Essential Enochian Grimoire. In the upcoming issue of Hermetic Tablet (Summer 2015), Jake Stratton-Kent has published an essay entitled, “The Other Magicians and the Goetia,” (adapted […]