Join Llewellyn authors Christopher Penczak, Najah Lightfoot, and Devin Hunter for The Gathering of the Witches: A Weekend of Magic, Inspiration, and Transformation!
Date: October 22nd-24th, 2021, LIVE ONLINE via ZOOM!
Led by Christopher Penzcak, Najah Lightfoot, Devin Hunter, Judika Illes, and other magical teachers, this weekend event is all about empowering and uncovering your magical potential and learning how a magical practice can foster inspiration and transformation in your life.
Unlike some online offerings, this is NOT a lecture-only event. Each workshop will be interactive with practical lessons to help you increase your magical abilities. You will also be able to
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jenny Tyson, author of Spiritual Alchemy and the new Art of Scrying & Dowsing.
About eight years ago, I went on a quest. There were two basic objectives to this quest. The first was to find a way to do scrying with a high level of accuracy. I wanted that accuracy to be there regardless of what the objective or target was for the scrying session. The second goal I had, was to create a scrying system that was easy for people to learn regardless of their inherent ability. I achieved both goals. I was able to devise a scrying system that was easy to learn and could be used with a high degree of accuracy.
I would like to talk about one of
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by M. Belanger, author of several titles, including The Ghost Hunter's Survival Guide, Walking the Twilight Path, and the new Dictionary of Demons: Expanded & Revised.
Let's face it. Demons are the low-hanging fruit of paranormal reality television, the over-used "gotcha" guaranteed to keep folks glued to the screen between commercial breaks. Even outside of TV-land, far too many paranormal investigators toss out the word "demon" the instant they encounter something they deem negative, usually defining negative as something they themselves personally find frightening or unsettling.
But there are plenty of reasons why non-demonic spirits
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Brandy Williams, author of Practical Magic for Beginners and the new Cord Magic.
Last year I made a happiness cord. It got me through the toughest year of my life.
I'd planned a great year. First, I would write my next book, Cord Magic. Then I'd take my husband Alex on a road trip to Yosemite National Park. It was the start of a new decade, the twenties, sure to inspire new ideas in art and music and culture. The road ahead seemed filled with happiness.
That happiness exploded when Alex was diagnosed with a rare disease. In a flash I acquired a new identity: caregiver. I had a lot to learn, fast. What would the rest of his life look