Druidic Soul Star Astrology

Author: Maria Wheatley
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A new and exciting way to discover past lives through this branch of Celtic astrology.

Shamanic Mysteries Of Peru

Author: Vera Lopez
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1591433754
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An experiential guide to the sacred places and teachings of Andean shamanism • Explores the cosmology and core shamanic beliefs of the Andean people, including Pachamama and power animals such as condors, snakes, hummingbirds, and pumas • Takes you on an intimate journey through the sacred sites, temples, and power places of Peru, including Machu Picchu, Cuzco, Ollantaytambo, Sacsayhuamán, Písac, Lake Titicaca, and more • Shares initiatory rites and shamanic journeying practices to allow you to integrate and embody the wisdom of each sacred place The Andes Mountains of Peru are rich with ancient shamanic traditions, sacred places, and heart wisdom passed down from the Inca and safeguarded for generations by the Q’eros nation. In this experiential guide to the wisdom and practices of the Andean people and their sacred land, Vera Lopez and Linda Star Wolf take you on an intimate journey through the sacred sites, temples, and power places of Peru, including Machu Picchu, Cuzco, Ollantaytambo, Sacsayhuamán, Písac, Lake Titicaca, and more. They show how each of these powerful sites holds an ancient wisdom--an initiation left behind by the Inca--and they share initiatory rites and shamanic journeying practices to allow you to integrate and embody the wisdom of each sacred place. The authors explore the cosmology and core shamanic beliefs of the Andean people, including Pachamama, the Sacred Law of Reciprocity, the Serpent of Light, the Chakannah, and power animals such as condors, snakes, hummingbirds, and pumas. They examine healing practices and sacred plants of this tradition, including a look at the shamanic use of ayahuasca and San Pedro. Offering direct access to the gentle heart of wisdom found within the ancient shamanic land of Peru, the authors show how the Andean shamanic tradition offers an antidote to the modern epidemic of Soul Loss by connecting us back to our authentic self and the universal principles of love, reciprocity, and gratitude.

Writer S Market 2020

Author: Robert Lee Brewer
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 0593188195
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The Most Trusted Guide to Getting Published! Want to get published and paid for your writing? Let Writer's Market 2020 guide you through the process with thousands of publishing opportunities for writers, including listings for book publishers, consumer and trade magazines, contests and awards, and literary agents—as well as new playwriting and screenwriting sections. These listings feature contact and submission information to help writers get their work published. Beyond the listings, you'll find articles devoted to the business and promotion of writing. Discover 20 literary agents actively seeking writers and their writing, how to develop an author brand, and overlooked funds for writers. This edition also includes the ever-popular pay-rate chart and book publisher subject index! You also gain access to: • Lists of professional writing organizations • Sample query letters • How to land a six-figure book deal

Celtic Astrology From The Druids To The Middle Ages

Author: M.G. Boutet
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 1476628696
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 Our understanding of Celtic astrology is based mainly on the speculations of modern authors—mostly drawn from classical Greek and Roman writings—and suffers from many misconceptions. European astrology uses the Greek model, containing many Babylonian and Egyptian elements. But Celtic astrology (and other Indo-European astrologies) developed earlier, with relationships to Middle Eastern systems, as well as their own independent forms. This well documented study takes a fresh look at the development of Celtic astrology and the Druids’ systems of cosmology, astronomy and astrology. The author analyzes commentaries found in manuscript sources from antiquity to the Middle Ages, comparing them with cosmological and astronomical lore found in Celtic cultures. Ancient constellations, calendars, deities and rituals reveal a rich worldview.

Astrology Sense Or Nonsense

Author: Roy A. Gallant
Editor: Doubleday Books
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Takes a look at the roots of astrology to explain the universe, shows how astrology gave rise to the science of astronomy, what happened to astrology and astrologers through the ages, and finally how modern developments in psychology and biology are being used to forge new varieties of astrology. Addresses the question of why, in this technologically advanced age, the popularity of astrology has reached a new high.

Star Rhythms

Author: William Lonsdale
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Star Of The Magi

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The Druid Renaissance

Author: Philip Carr-Gomm
Editor: HarperThorsons
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The Druid tradition lies at the heart of Western spirituality and today it is experiencing a renaissance unprecedented in its long history. The Druids, like the Native Americans and Aborigines, revere and respect the earth. They see Nature as their teacher and mother. Today, Druidry offers a spiritual way that includes an understanding of healing, creativity and the need to place our love for the land at the centre of our lives. Drawn together in this collection are contributions from Druid Chiefs from Britain, France and America together with writers and mystics, healers and psychologists, professors and historians, which express the excitement and breadth of the modern Druid renaissance. This book is a celebration of the flowering of a tradition that is ancient yet ever-new.

The Story Of The Files

Author: Ella Sterling Mighels
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Keynote: Aware that this "Story of the Files" of Californian magazines and journals, is, like all things human, far from being perfect, the author has only to say that it has been prepared mainly for the purpose of preserving the names, pictures and histories of the writers of long ago, those who are now dead and forgotten. The record of the writers of today may be added to and bettered by him who comes after. In these words of one of the brightest of the old-time journalists is to be found the pervading spirit of the "Story of the Files:" "No matter where uttered, a great thought never dies. It does not perish amid the snows of mountains, or the floods of rivers, or in the depths of valleys. For a time it may seemingly be forgotten, but it is somewhere embalmed in memory, and after awhile reappears on the horizon like a long-gone star returning on its unchanging orbit, and on its way around the endless circle of eternity."--October 1892, San Francisco, California.

Guide To The American Occult

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John Dee Scientist Geographer Astrologer And Secret Agent To Elizabeth I

Author: Donald McCormick
Editor: London : Muller
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Celtic Traditions

Author: Sirona Knight
Editor: Citadel Press
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There is renewed fascination in all things Celtic. Discussing lore, traditions, beliefs, and customs, this book answers readers' desires to reaffirm their ancestral roots, bringing Celtic myth, legend, and modern practices to life. It discusses everything from the ancient Druids and faery traditions, right up to the beliefs and practices of today's neo-Pagans. Tales of the Celtic goddesses and gods, and the stories of their descendants, thrive in the pages of this fascinating book. Focusing upon Celtic roots, goddesses, gods, and the Druids, as well as the Underworld of the faeries, and modern Celtic Wicca, Celtic Traditions explores how humanity and the land are connected as one, as inseparable energies. Celtic Traditions provides hands-on ways for making a positive difference in the world today, and for thousands of years to come.

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Crichton Etc

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The Family Herald

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The Irish Metropolitan Magazine

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The Poetic Magazine

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