• Reviews & Interviews,  Uncategorized

    Book Review – Navigating the Financial Universe: Prospering and Preparing for Challenges Ahead by Christeen H. Skinner

    Book Review Navigating the Financial Universe Prospering and Preparing for Challenges Ahead by Christeen H. Skinner 221 Pages     Financial astrologer Christeen H. Skinner’s 2004 book, The Financial Universe, set out the relationships between stock, bond and other financial markets and planetary events and cycles through 2020. In that book, she alerted readers to the 2008 Great Recession based on astrological events. In her newest book published in 2019, Navigating the Financial Universe – Prospering and Preparing for the Challenges Ahead, she describes the extraordinary astrology between 2018 and the early 2030s, and leads readers through what look to be tumultuous financial times ahead. Skinner uses the “navigation” metaphor…

  • Crafting Articles,  Uncategorized

    WitchCrafting: Crafts for Witches

    Witch’s Runes Merry meet.     I was a witch for more than a decade before I came across a set of witch’s runes at a tag sale. It was several more months before I was able to identify what they were. If you believe less is more, you will want these. If the traditional Norse rune symbols don’t resonate with you, it could be because they don’t speak your language. Every witch, pagan and muggle can understand these eight symbols: sun, moon, wave, birds, leaf, rings, crossed spears, and the color black. My symbols were burned into twig slices. If you’d like to make a set, you might consider…

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    Book Review- Neolithic Shamanism: Spirit Work in the Norse Tradition by Raven Kaldera & Galina Krasskova

    Neolithic Shamanism: Spirit Work in the Norse Tradition   20 Nov 2012 by Raven Kaldera and Galina Krasskova I have great respect for both these authors, Raven Kaldera and Galina Krasskova, because they do not just “talk the talk”, they actually “walk the walk”. They do not belong to any “New age” or “Love and light” movement; they state upfront that walking a spiritual path takes immense commitment and sacrifices. I could not agree more! What I like about this book is that it provides accessible information and suitable activities for people who are new to the Nordic Tradition. Paying close attention to the land, trees, animals, ancestors, weather spirits and so forth…