It's time for a giveaway! Between now (August 1) and next Tuesday (August 8), head over to Goodreads and enter to win one of three copies of Glamour Magic by Deborah Castellano!
About Glamour Magic:
Revolutionize Your Witchcraft to Achieve Your Greatest Desires
Glamour is the art of taking what makes you exciting and interesting to others and using it as leverage in accomplishing your Great Work. This fun romp of a book helps you use glamour to accomplish total world domination . . . or to revolutionize your magical practice if ruling the world isn't your thing.
Glamour Magic encourages you to be crafty, cunning, and unafraid to want something fiercely. Learn how historical
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Devin Hunter, author of The Witch's Book of Power and the new Witch's Book of Spirits.
Tarot is a useful tool to help us gain insight into every single aspect of our lives. When times get tough and hope is fleeting, the cards can sometimes be the best way of anchoring ourselves into reality and stabilizing our goals for manifestation.
Things to keep in mind when reading tarot during tough times:
Keep your questions and your spreads simple unless you are prepared for ALL of the information. Remember, situations are always multi-layered and complex, and sometimes too many details get in the way.
Don't be afraid to
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Aaron Leitch, author of several books, including Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires, The Angelical Language Volume I and Volume II, and Essential Enochian Grimoire.
I'm willing to bet, if you are reading this blog, you have already watched every episode of the new hit TV series American Gods. Or, if you haven't, you've probably heard a ton about it from your Pagan friends. And, seriously, *WHY* haven't you watched it yet?? The first season is complete, and only eight episodes, so you can easily binge-watch the whole thing.
In case you are literally living in a broom closet, American Gods is a new television show based on the Neil Gaiman
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Deborah Lipp, author of several books, including Tarot Interactions, Merry Meet Again, and the new Magical Power for Beginners.
When working in a coven, grove, or other ritual group, creating a "group mind" (sometimes called an "egregore") empowers all the work you do. Your magic will naturally sync up, and your rituals will be more harmonious.
Should Paganism be exclusive or inclusive? That's a thing Pagans have been debating for decades. There is plenty of room in our community for groups with open-door policies and groups that screen carefully. I love and celebrate the open-door groups that make Paganism accessible to all.