Join us for the first in our new Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum Series!
October 9, 2020—2pmCT
Join us for our first Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum! This bi-monthly series of free online roundtable events will feature your favorite Llewellyn authors discussing topics important to you and answering your questions.
Our first in the series, on Ancestor Work and Veneration, will feature Badass Ancestors author Patti Wigington, Magickal Mediumship author Danielle Dionne, The Witch's Book of Spirits author Devin Hunter, and What Is Remembered Lives author Phoenix LeFae. Discover rituals, practices, and more, and ask them your questions!
We'll be streaming live on Crowdcast
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Dr. Debbie Palmer, author of the new Mindful Beauty.
Summer—with its abundant fruits and vegetables—may be officially over, but fall's bounty is just as plentiful…and just as delicious. What's more: the wide variety of deep rich colors that we can find in fall's produce is indicative of the health-promoting antioxidants they contain.
In fact, the deeper or richer the color of a fruit or vegetable, the more antioxidants it contains. It's the antioxidants—compounds that help prevent or stop damage from oxidants (damaging free radicals found in everything from the sun's rays to the pollution around us)—that give fruits and
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Patti Wigington, author of the new Badass Ancestors.
After three decades of working with my ancestors as part of my spiritual practice, I've found that my long-dead kinfolk are an incredibly valuable resource when I need guidance, wisdom, and insight. I call upon my family members in divination workings regularly, and they've never failed me yet. While I do keep a scrying mirror and a pendulum on my ancestor altar, I've found that the most powerful divination tool I can use with my people is the set of ancestor oracle cards I've made for myself.
Ancestor oracle cards are a uniquely personal divination tool that only you can make for
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Simon Court, author of the new The Magic of Pathworking.
Magic, or the Western Esoteric Tradition, captured my mind at an early age. It seemed simple and straightforward to learn and progress through study and work, especially as a member of a reputable order or school. I applied to a group and was accepted, beginning the daily meditation work and text study. This was Qabalistic magic and I devoured the basics of the background theory, the Tree of Life, the correspondences, the method and structure of ritual. I was immersed in it. Then everything changed.
I knew vaguely of pathworkings but was directly introduced to them by Dolores