Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Robert Kopecky, author of the new How to Get to Heaven (Without Really Dying).
This is a crazy world, where crazy things happen all the time. It can be very difficult. In fact, sometimes it seems like it’s too messed up to ever straighten itself out…but then again it may be fine, just as it is. It’s possible the craziness just grows out of the way we look at it. Perhaps we needlessly suffer from a matter of simple misperception.
Being human means taking part in an unavoidably persistent set of illusions that we’ve all bumped into at one time or another. A lot of the time, nothing seems magical at all, but how else can we explain
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Stephen Ball, author of the new ELEMENTAL DIVINATION.
Many readers today use cards such as the tarot for divination, but dice oracles also have a long and rich history worldwide. We have records of dice being used for foretelling at some of the most important sites in ancient Greece, all the way through to medieval times and the present day. .
Here is a dice oracle reading for advice on how we should approach the next month. It uses the oracle published as Elemental Divination: A Dice Oracle, which gives readers a system bringing together the magical correspondences of Air, Fire, Water, Earth, the Sun, and Moon into a full system of
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Chas Bogan, author of the new Secret Keys of Conjure.
There are all manner of physical items that we may build a magical relationship with, such as roots whose indwelling spirits we have engaged for aid, or metal charms stamped out in factories, or mojo hands that some perceive as being an extension of their own body and magical will. Though the life force present within such objects may be perceived in many ways, keeping it healthy is essential to maintaining an effective charm. The responsibility falls on us to sustain and nurture our magical allies. If you won't work on their behalf, why should they continue to work for yours? Even the
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kristy Robinett, author of Messenger Between Worlds, Forevermore, It's a Wonderful Afterlife, Messages from a Wonderful Afterlife, the new Tails from the Wonderful Afterlife, and the forthcoming Journey to the Afterlife.
Most have lost a loved one. There is typically a standard grieving process, which may come with several days off at their job, flowers, cards, and compassion. There is often a funeral or memorial service where there’s time to give and receive support and love, and moments to say a goodbye to their deceased.
Losing a pet is difficult, too, but it rarely comes with the same end-of-life formalities, which can cause