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The Paranormal Equation, by James D. Stein

A New Scientific Perspective on Remote Viewing, Clairvoyance, and Other Inexplicable Phenomena

Reviewed by John Harney

Dr Stein is a professor of mathematics and he believes that there are truths about the natural world that nominally fall within the domain of science that might be impossible for science to discover. He thinks that some as . . . → Read More: The Paranormal Equation, by James D. Stein

Expanded Awareness

By Sterling

I wrote a while back about sitting in one spot for an hour at a time over the course of a year to meet the wildlife in your garden or a local park. Today I’d like to return to that to speak about finding the expanded awareness that will help you learn more . . . → Read More: Expanded Awareness

Worship—a Choice of Gods

By Sam Webster

Worship is the defining act of religion. Doing theology or philosophy is like reading the recipe, but worshiping is cooking and eating the meal. Only one of these two approaches is nourishing. Worship has many grades and equivocations, but is really constituted by a simple idea, one that is very important for . . . → Read More: Worship—a Choice of Gods

The Wive(s) of Zeus

By Elani Temperance

When I was younger, I firmly believed that Zeus freed His siblings from His father’s belly, led the Titanomanchy, and married Hera as His one and only wife. Imagine my surprise when I came upon the works of Hesiod and found out there had been others before Her. We’ve already discussed the . . . → Read More: The Wive(s) of Zeus

Spiritual Naturalist Drumming

By Spiritual Naturalist Society

Drumming is an ancient art that has played a ritualistic and spiritual role in different cultures all over the world. Drumming practitioners today may be most familiar with West African and Native American traditions, but there are many others – for example, Taiko drumming techniques from Japan. Why does drumming have . . . → Read More: Spiritual Naturalist Drumming

Rhiannon, Goddess of Birds and Horses

By Judith Shaw

Rhiannon, Goddess of Birds and Horses, is also know as the Queen of Fairies. She is a Sovereignty Goddess who the king must wed to legitimate his rule. A Goddess of Transformation, she uses her powers for love of others or self. She shines in our hearts as an example of true . . . → Read More: Rhiannon, Goddess of Birds and Horses

Everyday Witch Book of Rituals, by Deborah Blake

Reviewed by Micheal

[Snip] Blake has put together a great book, as it stands, for the novice witch to begin their journey and start their grimoire construction. The rituals are categorised as either a new moon ritual or a full moon ritual and then there is one additional ritual for each month. Whilst the rituals . . . → Read More: Everyday Witch Book of Rituals, by Deborah Blake

Plant and Fungus Totems in Animal Totem Work

By Lupa

In every spiritual system there are specialists and there are generalists. I’ve been turning more into a generalist over the years, as I’ve gone from just working with the animal totems to expanding my work throughout the totemic ecosystem. It doesn’t make my work less important to me, but as a fan of . . . → Read More: Plant and Fungus Totems in Animal Totem Work

Apocalyptic Witchcraft, by Peter Grey

Reviewed by Midian Books

Apocalyptic Witchcraft, the new book from Peter Grey at Scarlet Imprint is an important book. I think it is worth stating this at the beginning. I will go further and say this is the most significant book on modern witchcraft (or rather witchcraft) I have ever read. As stated before, I . . . → Read More: Apocalyptic Witchcraft, by Peter Grey

High Days – Unscripted

By Tressabelle

In a previous article I talked about how to celebrate High Days without a ritual, yet still with meaning and reverence. For this one I’ll be covering the middle ground; having a bit more structure; with an ADF ritual that flows organically, and is totally unscripted. I formulated this guide with solitaries and . . . → Read More: High Days – Unscripted