Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Ginny Brock, author of By Morning's Light.
The spirits I know don’t exactly go bump in the night. One of them did knock a book out of the bookcase to get not only my attention, but the attention of a couple in the room who we’d gone on vacation with to Africa. The book fell without any provocation—no one bumped into the bookcase, there were no earthquakes that night (anything is possible these days), no reason. It had been sitting there quietly for years. The name of the book was The African Giant, a travel log by the author Stuart Cloete.
That particular spirit would be my late husband Walt. He’s the noisiest spirit I know, but
I've been reading about the astrological signs and their associated tarot cards in Corrine Kenner's Tarot & Astrology book.
Being a Capricorn, that was my first stop in Corrine's wonderful text. Capricorn is associated with Trump XV, The Devil. I've known that for a while and never liked the association. However, it certainly does seem like a good match.
"The Devil knows how to make the most of first impressions-and he knows how to intimidate his opposition. But if anyone could beat the Devil at a game of cards, it would be a Capricorn. ...both understand all too well the trials and temptations of the material world. ... Most Capricorns are keenly aware of
Originally published in PanGaia magazine issue #50, an interview with Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, chairman of Llewellyn Worldwide and author of several books, is now available online.
Visit www.witchesandpagans.com to read the full interview with Carl.
You can also read an opinion piece from Carl, "Tips for Aspiring Writers," that also appeared with the interview in PanGaia issue #50.