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How do I choose a reader? And then what happens?

We are often asked "How do I choose a reader?"  Here are some points to remember. 1. Not every reader is for everyone. We had a wildly popular reader here and I figured she'd be able to hook into my vibe easily, as we had lots of personal background things in common. But ... Read More >

Altar Construction by Hovik

Altar Construction Many cultures and traditions have various forms of altars within their practice. Within Wiccan traditions, the altar serves as a place to house your magical tools, a place to commune with the God and Goddess, and of course a place to make magic. My path does ... Read More >

Lupercalia: A Blog By Griffin Ced

Io Lupercus (Pan) Io Lupa (She-Wolf Mother) The Lupercalia is a notorious Roman Festival, usually celebrated on Feb 14th, which today we celebrate as Valentines Day, a day of Love and Romance. Back in ye olden Roman Days, this was festival of cleansing, purging and then ... Read More >

Facing Death: A Blog by Griffin Ced

The Fear of Death immobilizes many folks. The whole idea of mortality becomes more and more scary as we evolve deeper and deeper into denial that all things have a beginning and an end. We survive our lives with the belief that we are ultimately in control of our lives in all ... Read More >

Selenite Healing and Metaphysical Properties by Jill

I love this stuff. A variety of gypsum, it's beautiful, ranging from looking like solid opaque ice to being clear enough to read through. It was named for Selene, a Greek moon goddess, because of its moon-like glow. Selenite's structure is fibrous, so some clear flat pieces, if ... Read More >

Surviving Mercury Retrograde

Quick Tips to Surviving Mercury Retrograde by Shana Leilani **This blog originally appeared here Mercury Retrograde is upon us once again! Mercury will go into retrograde December 19th and won't be going direct until January 8th. While this time may be a bit hectic, ... Read More >

The Power of the Spoken Word: A Blog by Hovik

The Power of the Spoken Word   a blog by Hovik The spoken word is a powerful tool. Words evoke feelings of joy, sorrow, pain, desire and so much more. When humans developed the ability to speak or communicate it effectively changed the entire structure of the universe. We went ... Read More >

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