Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Wendell C. Perry, author of the new Behind the Horoscpe.
A lot of astrologers are looking at the chart for Election Day 2020 (Nov. 3) with trepidation, mostly because Mercury will be retrograde for much of the day. (It goes direct at 12:50 PM EST.) They remember the Mercury retrograde election of 2000 and that long, exhausting recount. However, we've had elections with Mercury retrograde in which the mechanism of voting worked without a hitch. The most recent was the 1980 election. What has me worried about the 2020 election is not so much what Mercury is doing, it's what I see in the chart for the Full Moon on Oct. 31.
On my website
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Dr. Manisha Singal, author of the new The CBD Skincare Solution
Several years ago, I suffered from a painful and embarrassing skin condition. As a critical care doctor, I'd always tried to avoid drugs—even aspirin. But the pain and unsightly condition of my skin forced me to try steroids and other powerful medications that I was uncomfortable taking. I "made the rounds" of traditional doctors, including President Clinton's allergist. Nothing seemed to help. One doctor even suggested that I soak in a diluted solution of bleach as a treatment. For a physician who dislikes artificial anything, that was the last straw.
Over the course of my
Experience the Mystery of Tarot: Ceremonies, Spreads, and Meditations to Deepen Your Connection to the Cards
Katalin Jett Koda
In Experience the Mystery of Tarot, Koda gives us interpretations, meditations, spreads, and ceremonies that deepen our connection with the cards and with ourselves. As readers, many of us relate to the High Priestess. This excerpt shares some of Koda’s insight into the card as well as a ceremony for connecting with your intuition.
As the number two, the High Priestess stands between one and the other. The point of division indicates the moment of reflection, when we look back upon ourselves. She is a bridge: between the worlds of
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Rachel Patterson, author of the new Curative Magic.
Anxiety can be triggered by a specific reason or event, such as an upcoming exam or interview. But, it can also be a constant feeling that takes over your everyday life. Having these anxiety issues on occasion is quite normal. If it really has started to take over your life, I offer some magical assistance here. (But, please do go and see your doctor about it!)
Spell to Combat Anxiety
This spell has the purpose of focusing your mind on something relaxing and calming, and channeling the anxiety out through creativity. Just the actions of sitting and focusing on your breathing and