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.
"All the books which treat of characters, extravagant figures, circles, convocations, conjurations, invocations, and other like matters, even although any one may see some effect thereby, should be rejected, being works full of diabolical inventions; and ye should know that the demon maketh use of an infinitude of methods to entrap and deceive mankind. This I have myself proved, because when I have operated with the veritable wisdom, all the other enchantments which I had learned
This spread, called Alive, Dead, and Undead, is from the Vampires Tarot of the Eternal Night book. It was created as a companion to the deck and thus pulls inspiration from the theme. However, most spreads can be used with any deck.
With autumn upon us, we often engage in more self-reflective readings, so this spread may be particularly useful for you in the next month or so, although it can be used anytime, of course.
For this reading, you will use just your court cards and just your Major Arcana cards. Keep them separate.
Shuffle your court cards however you like. Use these cards to draw for positions 1, 2, and 3.
Shuffle your Majors. Use these cards to draw for positions 4,
“Psychic Empowerment” is more than a simple two-word phrase of even a subject category. Rather . . .
Psychic Empowerment is the Next Step in Human Evolution
Note! I did not say that Psychic Empowerment is the “Next Phase” in Human Evolution but the Next Step! An evolutionary “phase” would be something that will happen without personal conscious interaction, just as in the past. That’s not the case with the needs and opportunities in this “New Age.” Individually, we must undertake intelligent actions in response to expanding perceptions of physical and non-physical challenges at personal, global, planetary and even cosmic levels, and become consciously empowered to
Have you ever wondered how Llewellyn comes up with some of its beautiful cover designs? Today, to celebrate the release of The Witch’s Broom by Deborah Blake, I’m going to explain the process. Since it involves Deborah, it also involves a cute cat. So this post should interest book-lovers and cat-lovers alike!
Here at Llewellyn, a cover starts with what we call the Launch meeting of the book. Attended by the production editor, production manager, art director, cover designer, copywriter, publisher, and sales manager, it is the acquisition editor’s job (that’s me) to bring the author’s input to the table. I usually ask authors for their ideas on the final title, subtitle, and