February 12, 2022—12pmCT
Join us for our next Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum! This bi-monthly series of free online roundtable events will feature your favorite Llewellyn authors discussing topics important to you and answering your questions.
Our next in the series, on Celtic Paganism & Witchcraft, will feature Welsh Witchcraft author Mhara Starling; Cerridwen author Kristoffer Hughes; Dedicant, Devotee, Priest author Stephanie Woodfield; and The Mythic Moons of Avalon author Jhenah Telyndur talking about Celtic Paganism and Witchcraft and more, and ask them your questions!
We'll be streaming live on Crowdcast—save your spot today!
We look forward to seeing you
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Dawn Reno Langley, PhD, author of the new You Are Divine.
Recently, I moved from one island to another, more secluded, island. I joked with someone today that I see more dolphins than people these days. That's not a bad thing. Being on the ocean inspires me in ways I hadn't thought were possible, though I've dreamed of this move for years. The constant pull of the waves and experiencing both sunrise and sunset, an unimpeded view of ocean in one direction and marsh in the other, has catapulted me into an almost transcendental state. The calming influence of the ocean sound mesmerizes me. With this serenity comes insight into myself and my cup
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Andrea Taylor, author of the new Birth Chart Interpretation Plain & Simple.
Self-knowledge brings wisdom. Remember that old phase, "know thyself?" How can we function well in jobs and relationships when our actions are instinctive and not considered, when we struggle to get a promotion at work, or when our relationships fail when we try so hard? Are we in the wrong job or with the wrong person? How can we find the answers to these questions without a lifetime of trying and failing?
Easy. Understand your birth chart.
My aim with Birth Chart Interpretation Plain & Simple is to make astrology—and therefore self-knowledge and
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Debra DeAngelo, author of The Elements of Horse Spirit the new Pagan Curious.
It all began with some very curious friends, sitting around a table at the monthly tarot gathering I host. Most of them arrived there via my massage practice, where their curiosity was first piqued. I had a bookshelf in my office, filled with tarot decks and books, and my lovely massage peeps seemed drawn to that bookshelf. They'd point to a book or deck, and ask, "What's that about?" I'd tell them a bit about tarot and why I love it, but I'd carefully phrase it in a way that wouldn't make a non-Pagan run away screaming like their hair's on fire.
None of them