Llewellyn is committed to keeping our staff and customers healthy and safe,
as well as being good corporate citizens, during this time.
Click to read how we are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our shopping cart and account areas will be unavailable starting
Friday, 1/15/2021, at 8:00pm through Sunday, 1/17/2021, 8:00am.
There may be times when our website is unavailable during this period.
Please plan your purchases accordingly.
A concept first proposed by geologist John Michell in 1783 and further developed in 1796 by mathematician Pierre-Simon Laplace of a body so dense that even light would not escape its gravity. The concept was extended to stellar objects by astronomer Karl Schwarzschild in 1916. However, the concept was only theoretical until the recent discovery of Neutron Stars. It is now believed that black holes form when heavy stars collapse at the end of their life cycle into supernovae. Such a Black Hole has so much gravity that attracts other stars, growing ever larger.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Leanna Greenaway, co-author of the new Catalog of the Unexplained.
If a thought is supposed to be a living thing, what happens when we project our wishes and dreams towards the universe? Many...