Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Pamela Chen, co-creator of the Witchling Academy Tarot and the new Enchanted Crystal Magic.
Are you ready to manifest divine money?
Crystals are natural, magical tools that can be used to amplify the energies of your intentions for faster manifestation of of what you most want to bring into your life. They are naturally filled with the positive energies from the earth.
In order to manifest money, you have to vibrate at the same energy as the amount of money you desire to call in. Using a crystal that has the frequency of abundance can quickly align you to your money goals.
In my book Enchanted Crystal Magic: Spells, Grids, and
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tiffany Lazic, author of The Great Work: Self-Knowledge and Healing Through the Wheel of the Year and the new Noble Art.
There is much of wisdom to be gleaned from following the natural progression through the cycle of the seasons such as is reflected in the Wheel of the Year. There is much in our collective history—irrespective of cultural or geographical background—that shares commonality when an agricultural perspective of manifestation is taken into consideration. We cannot harvest if we do not cultivate. We cannot cultivate if we do not plant. We cannot plant if we do not prepare the ground. And the ground will not be prepared to
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Opal Luna, author of the new Fiber Magick.
Labeling a person as a yarn snob may seem derogatory, but most of the yarn snobs I know actually wear the label with pride. A Yarn Snob is someone who will not waste their time, talent, and effort on a lesser made, usually man-made, material. There seems to be more knitters in this group than crocheters and I completely understand. If I were to spend $15 on a pattern for a gossamer bat winged shawl that calls for 100% mohair and size 3 knitting needles I would not be using the yarn I found at the thrift store in a bag marked "3 bucks." But I would save that thrift store yarn for when I pulled out my
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Barbara Nolan, author of the new Year of Pagan Prayer.
Our modern month of October was an in-between time in the ancient Pagan world, a period of both endings and beginnings. To the insular Pagan Celts, it was the end of the year, before Samhain ushered in both the last of the harvest and the beginning of a new cycle of time. For Pagans in the Mediterranean world, it was a time when the goddess Demeter and her daughter Persephone were honored at the Thesmophoria (thez-mo-FOR-ee-uh), a Greek women's festival that seems to have celebrated both the harvest and the sowing of future crops, which could take place more or less together in Greece.