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Pictorial Key to the Tarot – Part III: The Outer Method of the Oracles


By Arthur Edward WaiteIllustrations by Pamela Colman Smith[1911]

From: The Sacred Text Archive

Scanned at, September, 2000 and June, 2003. J. B. Hare redactor. This text and the accompanying illustrations are in the public domain in the United States of America per U.S. Copyright law. The . . . → Read More: Pictorial Key to the Tarot – Part III: The Outer Method of the Oracles

The Song of Poliphili

by Philip Coppens

Life in the shadow of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code is, in essence, what the world’s fiction bestseller list has become. Still, one book, The Rule of Four, by Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason, is what The Independent described as “The Da Vinci Code for people with brains.” Both books . . . → Read More: The Song of Poliphili

Daniel Radcliffe Naked, Nude, and Unashamed

Written by Willis Rodney

Daniel Radcliffe, young star of the Harry Potter movies has decided to show his young fans just how much he has grown – both during puberty and as an actor, by posing nude with horses in promotional pictures for his new Broadway play “Equus”

J. K. Rowling, beloved author of the . . . → Read More: Daniel Radcliffe Naked, Nude, and Unashamed

Bush Apologizes For Snub

by Jason Pitzl-Waters

It looks like the negative backlash over the President’s “oversight” of not inviting Wiccan widow Roberta Stewart, but inviting her husband’s extended family to a private meeting, has resulted in an apology call from the President. No word on if Stewart asked Bush why her husband was dishonored by his administration, as . . . → Read More: Bush Apologizes For Snub

Magical Thinking

Psychologists and anthropologists have typically turned to faith healers, tribal cultures or New Age spiritualists to study the underpinnings of belief in superstition or magical powers. Yet they could just as well have examined their own neighbors, lab assistants or even some fellow scientists. New research demonstrates that habits of so-called magical thinking — the . . . → Read More: Magical Thinking

The Role of Prayer in Wicca and Paganism

by Patti Wigington

The Call of the Ancients: Our ancestors prayed to their gods, long ago. Their pleas and offerings are documented in the hieroglyphs that adorn the tombs of Egyptian pharoahs, in the carvings and inscriptions left for us to read by the philosophers and teachers of ancient Greece and Rome. Later on, as . . . → Read More: The Role of Prayer in Wicca and Paganism

Fake Terror: The Road to Dictatorship

It’s the oldest trick in the book, dating back to Roman times; creating the enemies you need.

In 70 BC, an ambitious minor politician and extremely wealthy man, Marcus Licinius Crassus, wanted to rule Rome. Just to give you an idea of what sort of man Crassus really was, he is credited with invention . . . → Read More: Fake Terror: The Road to Dictatorship

Remembering Your Dreams

Learning to remember your dreams is harder for some than for others. There are many reasons a person would want to remember their dreams, including increased self-awareness and knowledge about yourself, coming to grips with aspects of yourself, education, finding out hidden emotions, and more. Remembering your dreams is like opening the door to your . . . → Read More: Remembering Your Dreams

Adam Weishaupt

Joseph Trainor

I can practically guarantee you’ll never see this article in Reader’s Digest. But I love to do these Digest-style biographies of famous people in the paranormal field, so here goes. He’s been called many things. The Abbe Barruel called him “a human devil.” Thomas Jefferson called him “a harmless philanthropist.” Prof. John Robinson . . . → Read More: Adam Weishaupt

Magical Houseplants

Whenever I’m feeling stuck in a rut, I go out and buy myself a new houseplant. I usually do this when I get the sense that I am surrounded by stale energy. Most people can easily pick up on this kind of vibe — emotionally you might be feeling stuck, bored, frustrated, or discouraged. This . . . → Read More: Magical Houseplants