Today I needed to play, so I selected the Deck of a 1000 Spreads and the forthcoming Anna.K Tarot (available May 2013, but you can pre-order it!)
Do you ever have those times when you want to play with your cards but don't have a question to ask? The Deck of 1000 Spreads is great for that.
I shuffled the deck and randomly drew three cards to create the spread. I trusted them to know what I most needed to know right now. I got: Hobbies & Talents, Hopes & Fears, and Positive Influences.
I laid them out, shuffled my Anna.K and drew three cards.
Tarot, as usual, always seems to know what is needed. I've been wondering a lot about my career,
Tomorrow is International Astrology Day!
Considered by many to be the start of the astrological new year, International Astrology Day is celebrated each year on the Spring Equinox (the day the Sun enters Aries). There are various observances around the world, including lectures and other events.
Anyone have any plans to celebrate this observance?
Mark Anthony, psychic lawyer and author of Never Letting Go, was a featured guest on Coast to Coast AM on Saturday (3/16/13). During the show he discussed consciousness, death, and the afterlife. Click here to listen to the full show.
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Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Cassandra Eason, author of Angel Magic and the new Magick of Faeries.
The superstitious belief that Witches made pacts with the Devil was well documented during the Witchcraft trials of the late fifteenth to seventeenth centuries in Western Europe and Scandinavia. A number of Witchcraft trials, particularly in Scotland in the late 1500s and 1600s, also implicated faeries as both servants of the devil and teaching Witches (mainly women) their magical arts. To the clergy, both Witches and faeries were equally associated with demonology and thus considered evil.
Isobel Gowdie, The Faery’s Friend
In 1662, Isobel Gowdie from Nairn, in the