Three Backyard Healing Plants

A Gateway to Sacred Actions Outside our Door by Dana O’Driscoll, author of Sacred Actions: Living the Wheel of the Year through Sustainable Practice. One of the most formidable challenges that those practicing nature-based spirituality experience today is living in a time when that which we hold most sacred, the living earth, is under direct threat from human action. In my experience as the Grand Archdruid of the Ancient Order of Druids in America, we…

The Time of the Magician

by Paige Ozma Ashmore, author of Red Feather’s newly released Tarot of the Kingdoms.                                          “​May you live in interesting times.”   –Unknown Today there is no better time to be a magician. I don’t mean someone who does sleight of hand tricks and illusions, but a magician who practices magic to change patterns and outcomes in life. Aleister Crowley stated the following: “Magick is the science and art of causing change to occur in conformity with…

A “Couple” of Love Posts…

…to Honor our Love Relationships Whether you love the idea of celebrating Valentine’s Day or hate it, having a day set aside for the celebration of love relationships is nothing new. Many historians suggest this tradition has its roots in the ancient Roman festival called “Lupercalia” celebrated between February 13-15, a revelry of fertility rites that officially started Rome’s springtime. Eventually, the Catholic church used the compassionate stories of their Saint Valentine to reshape the…