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Orland Park man sells ‘haunted’ windbreaker

By Juliana Keeping

A red fleece windbreaker purported to be the source of ghostly happenings at an Orland Park home has sold for $31.50 on eBay. The “haunted” windbreaker joins the ranks of strange items recently hawked on eBay, including a ghost cane and a grilled-cheese sandwich said to be emblazoned with the face of . . . → Read More: Orland Park man sells ‘haunted’ windbreaker

Mysteries lurk in Seattle’s Museum of the Mysteries

By D. Parvaz

The truth is out there — heck, it could even exist in a basement in Capitol Hill. Amid the bars, fetish shops and cool-kid boutiques on Broadway you’ll find Seattle Museum of the Mysteries. If for some reason you miss the museum’s name on the brown awning outside, just look for the . . . → Read More: Mysteries lurk in Seattle’s Museum of the Mysteries

Church Fights Gay Marriage Bill

The Roman Catholic Church has opened a major campaign to defeat a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage across the country, which the government says will be introduced in early February when a deeply divided Parliament reconvenes.

The bill is largely symbolic because provincial and territorial courts have already expanded marriage rights in jurisdictions where . . . → Read More: Church Fights Gay Marriage Bill

Ancient beasts raise questions about climate change

By Ed Stoddard and Spokes Mashiyane

The signs of the scuffle were fresh but it is a struggle that has gone on for tens of millions of years. Just minutes before, dozens of tiny turtles had burst from the sand under the cover of darkness to make a mad dash for the sea by running . . . → Read More: Ancient beasts raise questions about climate change

Circle of Goddesses

By Selena Fox

Every Goddess is a facet of the Great Goddess, also known as the All-Goddess, or simply, The Goddess. Each particular Goddess form can show a way of communion and union with the Great Goddess. Each Goddess form has Her own cultural roots, symbols, qualities, forms, lore, and style. Each has Her own . . . → Read More: Circle of Goddesses

Mexico’s ‘Nectar of the Gods’ Dies a Slow Death

By Chris Aspin

In Aztec times, pulque was the highly esteemed drink of the elders, priests and warriors, a nectar that according to myth oozed from the 400 breasts of the goddess Mayahuel. In modern Mexico, the foamy, slightly viscous and foul-smelling booze is slowly disappearing, a victim of the rising popularity of beer and . . . → Read More: Mexico’s ‘Nectar of the Gods’ Dies a Slow Death

Scrying

By Rae Schwarz

Scrying is similar to other meditative divination techniques in that the reflective surface becomes the focus object. In the dim light, the flickering reflections can reveal images or messages to the gazer.

The objects called crystal balls can come in actual quartz crystal or glass. Made of genuine crystal, they are . . . → Read More: Scrying

New Age New Releases – February 2005

by Janet Boyer

There are some great new releases for February 2005! Since February is when Valentine’s Day is celebrated, LLewellyn Publishing has a timely release with Maria Shaw’s Book of Love–a neat book geared specifically to teens. (But quite frankly, I think anyone can glean great information from this book!) .

Also, Doreen Virtue . . . → Read More: New Age New Releases – February 2005

Unusual Arctic cold raises fears for ozone hole

The seasonal hole in the Arctic ozone layer could be the worst ever this year if the current cold conditions persist, scientists are warning.

Temperatures in the Arctic ozone layer are now the coldest for 50 years and have been consistently low for two months. The ozone layer blankets the Earth at an altitude between . . . → Read More: Unusual Arctic cold raises fears for ozone hole

Imbolc Milk & Honey Rice Pudding

By Fiona Blackwolf

The word Imbolc means “in the belly.”? Back in the time when lives depended on the turning of the seasons, this would be the time when the animals would be with child and would begin to produce milk.

To celebrate Imbolc this year, I have created a recipe for Milk and . . . → Read More: Imbolc Milk & Honey Rice Pudding