Last week I blogged about using astrology in the workplace to maximize positive relationships with your co-workers; after all, the better you understand your co-workers and their approach to work (in this case, based on their Sun sign), the better your working relationships will be.
In a bit of serendipity, I stumbled this morning upon an article (albeit a bit dated, from February of 2009) that details the Austrian government's approval of an Austrian insurance firm using astrology for discrimination. How, you ask? The firm was only hiring those that were born with the Sun in Capricorn, Taurus, Aquarius, Aries, or Leo. They believed statistics showed that those under these signs were the
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The new third edition of Modern Magick, completely revised and greatly expanded, is now in-house and will be shipping shortly. If you haven't ordered your copy, do it now to be one of the first! I really think you're going to love this new edition. You can find out more about this book by selecting this LINK. Or since you know you're going to want this book, you can order it HERE.
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For the remainder of this month, I have three appearances scheduled in the Southern California Area.
Saturday, September 25: Antelope Valley Pagan Pride Day. This is in Palmdale, the "high desert" just north of Los Angeles. For details
In August, I wrote about a UFO that was captured on video in St. Paul, Minnesota. In today's St. Paul paper, it's revealed that the strange lights that were in the sky were LED lights attached to a kite. This wasn't the first time he had been flying a lighted kite at night, and had been warned not to do it again because people call in about mysterious lights, the officers check out the scene, and it's just a guy and a kite. An interesting twist to the story is that the kite-flying man had a warrant out for his arrest, unrelated to the kite-flying incident, and because the officers were familiar with the man's night kite hobby, they checked out the scene, found their man, and arrested
Who doesn’t love Jane Austen? I know I do. And with the slight hint of crispness in the air, my thoughts turn naturally to curling up on a comfy sofa, with a warm blanket, cup of tea, and an excellent novel. Let’s indulge the moment with a visit with a card from the Tarot of Jane Austen, created by Diane Wilkes and illustrated by Lola Airaghi.
The book that accompanies the deck is pure delight. Diane’s knowledge of Austen’s work is both broad and deep. She included, for each card, a wonderful segment called “What Would Jane Do?” And Jane is, as we know, very wise, and so her advice is valuable. Let’s see what she has to say about the Two of Cups…an apt choice for this