An ENORMOUS thank you to our LlewellynCon presenters today: Tara Aal, Jiulio Consiglio, Angela A. Wix, and Astrea Taylor!
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Watch Tara Aal: Working with Your Birth Moon Phase: It's Equally Important as Your Sun, Moon, & Rising Sign
Watch Jiulio Consiglio: Activating the Third Eye: Ways to Align with the Sixth Chakra
Watch Angela A. Wix: Effectively Receive & Understand the Psychic Messages That Are Coming Your Way
The Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum is a bi-monthly series of free online roundtable events that feature your favorite Llewellyn authors discussing topics important to you and answering your questions.
Our fourth in the series, on the Elements of Witchcraft series, featured Water Magic author Lilith Dorsey, Air Magic author Astrea Taylor, Fire Magic author Josephine Winter, and Earth Magic author Dodie Graham McKay.
Did you miss the live event? No worries! Stream it here.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Astrea Taylor, author of Intuitive Witchcraft and the new Air Magic.
Ancient people from all over the world believed the air was full of spirits. A mere gust of wind could contain the spirits of the dead, elemental spirits, nature spirits, the spirits of place, protective spirits, instructive spirits, and trickster spirits. This belief began during the first human mindset—animism, in which everything is alive and intelligent.
When pre-historic people developed Pagan religions, they gave names to the spirits that flew on the wind, as well as characteristics, stories, and a human or animal likeness. People created rituals to interact with
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Astrea Taylor, author of the new Intuitive Witchcraft.
When I was a teenager, I had a fantasy of being taken under the wing of a wise, all-knowing witch. They had a cabin in the woods, a hardy herb garden, plenty of private space for rituals, and a kitchen to die for. In my fantasies, they were brave and strong. They taught me everything I ever wanted to know, and then some.
At that age, more than anything, I wanted someone who had the same spirituality I had to acknowledge my magical potential and help me develop my gifts. I saw this person's wise attention as the necessary step for me to attain self-confidence and magical