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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Positive Connections are Coming ~ Hang On


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Monday, September 28, 2020

Your Personal Guide ~ Let's Get Started


This book takes you on an inspirational magical journey into the realm of tarot. Traditionalism and mediocrity are left behind. The author flings open doors and expands horizons to reveal amazing connections with tarot and it’s intimate influence on our world. As you make your way through this tarot study guide and workbook, you will develop a very unique and personal connection with the tarot and a deeper understanding of yourself.

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Sunday, September 27, 2020

Twin Flames ~ Understanding the Connection


Over the past few years, our collective karma has accelerated dramatically. More people have been meeting their twin flames or are realizing they have had this unusual encounter.

When twin flames meet, they recognize each other and remain energetically linked through life, as they fulfill a deep catalystic mission in each other’s further life course.

Here are some interesting facts to know about twin flames.

  • The Meeting

You will meet your twin flame in the settings where and when you least expect a romantic encounter.

The meeting will bring a sudden rise of energy and a state of euphoria, followed by a deep melancholic feeling of something “long gone missing”, suddenly right now.

  • Developing a Connection

You’ll meet again in unexpected circumstances, brought back together by some unusual synchronicity. 

You feel you “recognize” that person rather than gradually getting to know them. You may be struck by a sudden thought like “Oh, it’s you! Where have you been?!” Your spiritual and emotional connection grows intense already at the early stages of acquaintance. You both bump into signs that bluntly bring you back to one another.

Somewhere at this point you may hear your twin flame drop a phrase like “I am your reflection” or “I am your personal messiah” and so on. Your interest and attraction to each other will keep on growing. 

You both will just be wondering what is going on.

  • The Merging

Twin flames will share a few unforgettable encounters together where they will both feel “drunk on happiness”. But will part shortly after, overwhelmed by the intensity of a connection and not knowing what to do next.

  • The Separation

Twin flames separate and move on further with their lives. However, they develop a strong telepathic connection and continue communicating through thought forms and shared dreaming.

The less physical contact TFs have in separation, the keener they feel each other on a distance. Both will try to start new relationships or concentrate on their current partners.

This, however, won’t be leaving them satisfied – in the depth of their heart something will be missing. Both start to investigate and read more about the peculiarity of an experience they shared, and here is where they often come across the term “twin flames”.

  • Twin Flames and Loyalty

There is an interesting phenomenon of twin flames' loyalty. TFs separate for years but nevertheless have a feeling of belonging to each other. Being with other partners feels like cheating. There is always a silent phantom of a "third". It’s unreasonable, doesn’t make sense, but it’s there.

  • Twin Flames and Soul Mates

Unlike the relationship with a twin flame that always brings you unrest, relationships with soul mates go effortless and smooth.

The reason is that soul mates secure our zones of comfort, keeping it safe and familiar for us to be in. While twin flames push each others comfort zones to edges, and protective walls of fortresses are shaking.

  • Facing the Self

Twin flames will feel like running back to what felt normal and familiar, but at some point, they won’t feel satisfied with their older versions anymore. It’s like their twin has shown them that they can be better, and keeping the status quo is like lying to yourself. Personal changes are inevitable.

  • Other Interesting Facts About Twin Flames

  1. Both TFs have noticeable similarities in physique or personality. Both TFs feel each other well on a distance and often share the same moods and physical symptoms. If one twin is in pain, another one will have similar phantom-like sensations.
  2. In separation twin flames oftentimes feel illogically angry at each other, being jealous of each others popularity and competitive in their achievements. Both twins feel the depth of a connection and admit there is a certain mystery about each other that they cannot completely figure out.
  3. Twin flames’ birth dates may repeat the numbers or follow each other. There is always an interesting math or play of numbers involved between the two...  For example, when I summed the letters of my first and second names and those of my twin flame, we both got 11 / 11. 11:11 is a code of twin flames, mirrored aspects of the 2; numbers of the Fibonacci sequence, and the signature of your energetic and spiritual ascension. You may start seeing 11, 10, 0, 1, 7, 8, 22 and repetitive numbers more often. You’ll notice significant changes in all aspects of your life.

  • When Twin Flames Reunite

Twin flames don’t reunite easily in the form of a regular romantic relationship. As long as we try to enforce it, it will be slipping away. Much personal and self-developmental work has to be done first on the part of both before the union is possible, and external obstacles are only a reflection of TFs current internal un-readiness.

As long as you keep thinking “He or she has to change so we can be together”, you are still not ready. You get closer to reunion when You are starting to change. Twin flames always instigate each other to develop further – that is their real esoteric purpose, and that is why they keep each other in unrest.

In a direct or an indirect way they always ‘help’ each other understand what in themselves is missing for completeness.

Twin flames give us the phantom of a home that we are longing to go back to. But each walks there at their own pace on their own road.

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Saturday, September 26, 2020

Q&A ~ Because You Asked


I receive a considerable number of questions from people, and I’ve answered a handful of them here. I’ll be re-posting on this particular blog from time to time, when I get the opportunity. This just seemed like an easier solution rather than trying to answer individual emails, as more than one person often asks the same question. It just seemed logical to gather the answers all in one place. Remember that these are my opinions, this is about my path– and you asked.

  • Is there a difference between a Witch, a Wiccan, and a Pagan? What do you feel are some of the major differences?

Yes, there is a difference, and still, most people tend to lump these categories together indiscriminately.

“Pagan” is a broad term that covers a variety of beliefs and practices. It’s an umbrella term that includes witches; Wiccans- every tradition, clan, or solitary path you can think of; Druids; and a garden variety of spiritual practices that stray from the mainstream religions, primarily Christianity.

“Witch” implies someone who is knowledgeable in the ‘Olde Ways’, someone who casts spells, practices divination, herbology, etc. A witch is steeped in earth-based shamanic methods in free-form, not tying her/himself to any particular creed, to any particular set of rules or regulations, group or clan. The witch tends to be a free spirit and often treads where others fear to go when it comes to practicing the occult.

“Wicca” is a religion which encompasses organized and ordered membership, regulations, and practices. It is also an earth-based and nature religion which has grown to include a wide variety of paths, traditions, clans, and covens. Most Wiccans abide by the Wiccan Reed, and seek membership that comes with required study and initiation.

  • When did you first realize you were a Witch?

I always knew that I was different and that I often perplexed people, though as a child I wasn’t sure how or why. The earliest memory I have of a ‘realization’ probably came when I was about five years old, crouched alone on a terraced hillside. It was a hot summer day, though I was in a dark cool place, as the hillside was full of trees. I looked to my right, past the wire fence that separated the yard from pasture, and watched a herd of cattle grazing in the hot sun, only a few feet away from my cool dark world. I reached to the low branch of a young locust tree, wrapped my fingers around a small green stem and gently slid the leaves off, into my palm. I stayed there for quite some time, crouched beneath the tree, closing my eyes to listen to the wind in the trees, believing that they were speaking to me.

I don’t remember what I did with the leaves, though I do remember that I wanted them for a reason.

  • Is it important for a Witch to have a code of Honor?

It depends upon how you look at it. If by a ‘code of honor’, you mean that she must abide by someone else’s rules, someone else’s measurement of what is right or wrong, then I would have to say no.

Each individual, witch or not, who is an intelligent human being knows when they are doing right and when they are doing something questionable. And ‘questionable’ in this instance doesn’t necessarily mean something you shouldn’t do, it can mean something that isn’t always done but needs doing, it can mean something gritty and serious that must be done.

The Witch, a real witch, moves in a landscape that is neither white nor black, it’s filled with shadows that are shades of gray; and to the witch these shadows are not off limits. Balance is required in all things, including the practice of Witchcraft; and once in a while boundaries have to be broken to maintain this balance.

  • How would you define “Mojo”?

I would describe ‘mojo’ as ‘magick’…magick that incorporates natural elements to produce physical manifestation: herbs, stones, bones, personal items, bodily secretions, potions, powders, images, symbols, etc. Mojo also relies on intention and will, but not at the same level or intensity as Wiccan magick. With mojo, the magick resides in the molecules of the items used. The traditional voodoo priestess does not consecrate or empower her mojo bags; she believes that the power is already there.

  • How do spells work?

Spells work by using the energy of our will and intentions, along with strong visualization, coupled with natural objects such as candles, fire, water, herbs, stones, photos, images, etc.; to produce physical manifestation into the real world. You must be able to see the objective of your spell as though it already exists. If you cannot visualize what you desire as though it already exists, you will not be able to manifest into the physical realm.

  • Why do you practice so many different forms of witchcraft on your path?

I am an eclectic Witch.

There’s incredible knowledge and magick to be found on a number of occult paths. It’s like a magickal buffet of rich and varied practices that all work in different ways and on different levels. To me, it’s there for the taking, there for my use. We just have to be open-minded enough not to be afraid to explore other religions, other forms of spirituality. Human beings have a terrible habit of pigeon-holing everything, thinking that everything must fit into specific boxes and that you can’t mix and match or you’ll mess things up.

I don’t eat the same thing for breakfast every morning, I don’t wear the same kind of clothes everyday. And as much as I love chocolate, if that were the only thing I was allowed to eat, it would get monotonous.


This essay was originally posted at my blog,
Magickal Connections, September 6th, 2010.

Thursday, September 24, 2020

23 (Very Down-to-Earth) Signs You've Found Your Soul Mate


  • 1. You enjoy doing boring things together like shopping, going to the pharmacy or filing tax returns.
  • 2. You have a better time eating out on the sofa than having dinner in a three-star restaurant.
  • 3. One of the things you like the most about him is being able to eat anything you want without worrying about what he will think.
  • 4. The moment you really fell for him was after seeing him sleep, his face relaxed with his mouth open.
  • 5. And you’re just as comfortable with the idea that he sees yours … drooling and everything.
  • 6. Obviously, you like it when you are on your 31. But you both just as much like to see yourselves in pajamas, or your favorite worn t-shirt, natural!
  • 7. You cherish his handwritten cards and little words, even more than any expensive gift he has given you.
  • 8. He reminds you of such and such a thing whenever necessary and vice versa.
  • 9. No smartphone required. You have a lot more fun with your little corner smiles after a shared private joke during a meal, or at any other moment of sharing that you are the only ones to understand.
  • 10. He excels in encouraging speeches, but nevertheless refuses to pamper you too much.
  • 11. You talk – and laugh – openly about how the body works.
  • 12. When you go to a wedding together, what you prefer is not necessarily the moment of emotion but simply the act of enjoying a quiet corner in a cozy huddle.
  • 13. You have developed your own lexicon: words and expressions invented or not but which have a special meaning for you.
  • 14. You know each other so well that you would probably answer 9 of the 10 questions we would ask him about Action or Truth.
  • 15. The sweet little words that you use in your private conversations are not so sweet… They are rather nicknames such as: “idiot” or “buddy”. And in fact, you prefer as much as it is.
  • 16. You don’t feel sick when he has the flu or is sick, because all you care about is taking care of him.
  • 17. His problems and issues are your problems and issues, and vice versa. 
  • 18. You can experience moments of silence without being embarrassed.
  • 19. In fact, relaxing together in complete silence without feeling the need to find topics for discussion is one of the things you prefer in your relationship... that and reading books.
  • 20. You would never betray yourself by watching an episode of “Criminal Minds” without the other. You’ve made a deal, the full CMs sessions are done together, and you’re both planning to stick with it!
  • 21. He buys you your favorite candies or delicacies, and when he buys you flowers, he knows they will be dried and put to good use.
  • 22. He makes you laugh in extremely serious and inappropriate situations.
  • 23. You would rather spend a zero day with him a thousand times than go to the most extraordinary meeting in the world with another.

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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Friday, September 18, 2020

Armchair Psychology ~ Today's Topic: Abandonment Issues

What is fear of abandonment?

Fear of abandonment is a type of anxiety that some people experience when faced with the idea of losing someone they care about. Everyone deals with death or the end of relationships in their lifetime. Loss is a natural part of life.

However, people with abandonment issues live in fear of these losses. They may also exhibit behaviors that push people to leave so they’re never surprised by the loss.

A fear of abandonment isn’t a recognized condition or mental health disorder, per-say. Instead, it’s considered a type of anxiety and is treated as such.

Initial behaviors of abandonment fear are often not purposeful.

Over time, however, the reaction these behaviors get — plus the attention that comes with it — can become self-reinforcing. That can cause someone to repeat the behaviors in order to get the response again.

This behavior can have unhealthy consequences. Over time, it can ruin relationships. It can also prevent the development of healthy bonds.

The key to treating abandonment issues is to find psychological treatment or therapy.

Continue reading to find out how these fears develop and how they can be stopped.

What are the symptoms?

People with abandonment fears exhibit many of the same behaviors, though some may be more prominent than others. These symptoms include:
  • Cycling through relationships. Some may engage in numerous shallow relationships. They may fear intimacy and find a reason to leave a relationship before the other person can.
  • Sabotaging relationships. Some may act irrationally to get out of relationships. For example, you may knowingly push away a partner so you won’t feel hurt if they leave.
  • Clinging to unhealthy relationships. Some people with abandonment issues may stay in relationships despite a desire to leave. The fear of being alone is more powerful.
  • Needing constant reassurance. Some may constantly seek out a friend or partner and demand emotional guarantees. They may regularly urge friends or partners to make broad statements, such as “I’ll always be here,” and then say they’re lying.

Risk factors

Some abandonment issues and fears become invasive. They can prevent someone from leading a normal, healthy life.

A history of any of the following may increase the risk of a type of abandonment fear:

  • Neglect. People who have been neglected, abused, or abandoned, especially during childhood, are more likely to develop this issue. Likewise, adults who were neglected as a child are more likely to repeat the behaviors with their own children.
  • Stress. High levels of stress may make naturally occurring anxiety worse. This can worsen fears and lead to new anxieties.
  • Traumatic events. Those who have experienced an injury or death, emotional abuse, or been a victim of a crime may be more likely to develop these issues.

What causes abandonment issues?

Healthy human development requires knowing that physical and emotional needs are met. During childhood, this reassurance comes from parents. During adulthood, it can come from personal and romantic relationships.

Events can interrupt this assurance at any age. When this happens, abandonment fears may develop. These events may include:

  • Death. Death is natural, but that doesn’t make it less traumatic. Losing a loved one unexpectedly can create an emotional void that can be filled by fear.
  • Abuse. Physical and sexual abuse, along with other types of abuse, can create lingering mental health issues, including a fear of abandonment.
  • Poverty. If basic needs aren’t met, this can lead to a scarcity mindset. This may lead to fears that emotional resources, such as love, attention, and friendship, are likewise limited.
  • Relationship loss. Divorce, death, infidelity — they all happen. For some individuals, the end of a relationship can be too painful. It may lead to lingering fears.

How to treat abandonment issues

Treatment for abandonment issues focuses on establishing healthy emotional boundaries. You need to build an arsenal of responses to deploy when you feel old thought patterns emerging again.

Primary treatments for abandonment issues include:
  • Therapy. Seek out the help of a mental health professional, such as a therapist or counselor. They can help you overcome fears of being abandoned. They’ll also work with you to understand where the fear originates and what you can do when you sense the fear rising.
  • Self-care. People with abandonment issues may benefit from self-care. Making sure emotional needs are met is important for friendships and relationships. This way, you’re able to better provide for your partner, friend, or child.

Helping someone with fear of abandonment

Helping a loved one living with abandonment issues can be difficult. After all, if you bring up your concerns, their instinct may be to challenge you and your loyalty to them.

While people with abandonment fears differ, these techniques may help you care for someone who has a fear of abandonment:

  • Pause the conversation.  Highly emotional conversations will inevitably become unproductive. When this happens, pause the conversation. Let them know you care but step away for a few hours.
  • Be supportive of both yourself and the person with abandonment fears. People with abandonment issues may struggle more with this, particularly if their conversation partner leaves without telling them where they’re going.
  • Let them know:  where you’re going, how long you’ll be away, when you’ll return
  • When you return, begin the conversation from a less emotional place. Support and validate their fears

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Monday, September 14, 2020

Mabon ~ The Autumnal Equinox

The Autumnal Equinox: Mabon

The Goddess, in the death throes of the growing season, is at her most beautiful. As she moves towards the final harvest, in preparation for the dark days to come, she shines with the brilliance and color that is mirrored in the physical world as golden leaves, ripened fruit, withering vines, and frost-covered grass. The spiritual aspect of this stage is one that is just as beautiful, emphasizing once more the idea of completion and accomplishment, of finding that moment within development that culminates with depths of wisdom and the light of knowledge.

This day brings equal hours of light and dark, a second celebration of perfect equality. Beyond this day, light will gradually fade as the dark season descends upon the world. At this time of year, the ancient Druids would burn a large human-like wicker figure as part of their celebration. This figure represented the vegetation spirit, and indeed, the heralding of the dark season would bring an end to the growth and flowering of summer.

Modern Pagans may celebrate this holiday with many of the foods connected with this time of year in their area. Decorations may include leaves of autumn hues, sunflowers, pumpkins and gourds. The most amazing thing, I believe, is how this miraculous milestone of earth and time passes almost unnoticed by the mundane multitudes.

  • My Celebration:

I welcome the growing darkness that I know will follow Mabon. Moment by moment, day by day, it creeps up almost unnoticed. Until one day, you glance at the clock and realize that afternoon is barely over, evening has barely begun, and it is pitch dark outside.

My favorite way to celebrate Mabon is by lighting candles all over the house. In doing so I’m actually celebrating the darkness with light:

I light white candles for cleansing and purification, for Spirit, for the Goddess. I light white candles to wipe the slate clean, to start new lists, to begin new projects. 

I light yellow candles to celebrate the sun and its grace and dignity as it steps back to make way for the moon. I light yellow candles to celebrate communication and everything I’ve ever wanted to say to anyone, and those things I might regret not saying. I light yellow candles to fill my mind with words and thoughts that run into sentences and paragraphs and pages. 

I light lavender candles to celebrate the spirits I know are there but cannot see. I light lavender candles to acknowledge that little voice in my head, the one that’s saved my life over the years, not to mention my sanity. 

I light green candles to celebrate and embrace the earth. I light green candles to celebrate and embrace this wonderful physical body that is mine. I light green candles to bathe in the glow of good health and prosperity. I light green candles to feel the soles of my bare feet connect with the dying grass, the withering garden, the falling leaves.

I light one tall black taper candle that is me, to celebrate the spark of life I carry, to celebrate future days to come, to celebrate my passage through another year…and to acknowledge and embrace my mortality.

  • Mabon Correspondences:

  1. Herbs: marigold, myrrh, thistles, sage
  2. Altar Flowers/Herbs: asters, mums, pine, ferns, milkweed, honeysuckle
  3. Feast Foods: autumn berries, nuts, roast game, root vegetables, cider, wine, bread
  4. Animals: stags, goats, blackbirds, canines, owls, birds-of-prey
  5. Incense: cedar, myrrh, patchouli, pine, sage, sweet grass, oak moss
  6. Rituals/Spells: drying herbs, gathering late harvest, past life work, harvest moon rituals, making willow wands, harmony spells, protection spells for winter

  • Mabon Recipes:

Carmel Apple Crumb Treat

2 Golden Delicious apples

4 small (or 2 large) Granny Smith apples

1/8 cup fruit juice

1/3 cup loosely packed light brown sugar

2 tablespoons butter

1/4 teaspoon ground ginger

12 soft caramel candies

1/2 cup quick rolled oats

1/2 cup flour

1/3 cup tightly packed light brown sugar

1/2 teaspoon ground ginger

1/3 cup butter

Slice and core the apples, mixing the types together.

Pour the fruit juice into a large pot. Put about a third of the apple slices into the pot. Sprinkle with half the lightly packed brown sugar and dot with 1 tablespoon of butter. Add more apples and the remaining brown sugar and butter, and 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger.

Turn the heat on Low and simmer for a while. Stir apples occasionally, until they start to soften. The Golden Delicious will pretty much turn to mush, binding together the slices of Granny Smith. This takes about an hour or two, depending on the heat and the apples.

Meanwhile, cut the soft caramels into quarters.

Preheat the oven to 350ºF.

To prepare the crumble topping, stir together 1/2 cup quick rolled oats, 1/2 cup flour, 1/3 cup tightly packed light brown sugar, and 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger. Slice 1/3 cup butter and add to bowl, then cut it in with a butter cutter until the mixture is loose and crumbly.

Spray a ceramic or glass pie plate with cooking spray. Spoon in about a third of the apples and spread them on the bottom. Top with half the caramel pieces. Spoon in another third of the apples; top with the remaining caramel pieces. Spoon in the remaining apples and spread them smooth. Use another spoon to sprinkle the crumble topping evenly over the top of the apple filling.

Bake for 20-30 minutes until filling is bubbly and topping melds into a lightly golden crust. Serve hot.


Broccoli Casserole

2 eggs, lightly beaten

1 can (10-3/4 ounces) condensed cream of mushroom soup, undiluted

1 medium onion, chopped

1 cup (4 ounces) shredded cheddar cheese

1 cup (4 ounces) shredded Swiss cheese

1/2 cup mayonnaise

2 tablespoons butter, melted

1 package (16 ounces) frozen broccoli cuts, thawed

1 package (10 ounces) frozen chopped broccoli, thawed

1/4 cup dry bread crumbs

In a large bowl, combine the first seven ingredients; fold in broccoli. Transfer to a greased 1-1/2 qt. baking dish. Sprinkle with bread crumbs. Cover and bake at 400 for 30-35 minutes or until heated through. Serves 8.

Saturday, September 12, 2020

Bucket List Location ~ Cheney Reservoir, South Central Kansas


Cheney Reservoir is a reservoir on the North Fork Ninnescah River in Reno, Kingman, and Sedgwick counties of Kansas in the United States. Built and managed by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation for local water supply, it is also used for flood control and recreation. Cheney State Park is located on its shore. 

West Shore - Cheney State Park in Wichita, Kansas | Photos | MobileRVing

Cheney Reservoir is located at 37°45′35″N 97°50′06″W (37.7597113, -97.8350121) at an elevation of 1,421 feet (433 m).  It lies in south-central Kansas in the Wellington Lowlands region of the Great Plains.  Most of the reservoir lies in Reno County though its southwestern portion extends into Kingman County, and a small portion along the dam lies within Sedgwick County. The junction of the three counties' borders lies in the reservoir.

The reservoir is impounded at its southeastern end by Cheney Dam (National ID # KS00017). The dam is located at 37°43′31″N 97°47′51″W (37.7252898, -97.7975511) at an elevation of 1,417 feet (432 m).  The middle portion of Cheney Dam lies in the northwest corner of Sedgwick County; its southwestern end lies in Kingman County; and its northeastern end lies in Reno County.  The North Fork Ninnescah River is both the reservoir's primary inflow from the northwest and its outflow to the southeast.

Kansas Highway 251, which runs north-south, connects the reservoir to U.S. Route 54 4 miles (6.4 km) to the south and the community of Cheney 5.5 miles (8.9 km) to the south. Below the dam, the highway becomes a paved county road and turns northeast, running parallel to the dam then finally turning east. 21st Street North, another paved county road, runs east-west immediately south of the dam.

There are two settlements at Cheney Reservoir, both unincorporated: Mount Vernon, located 1 mile (1.6 km) west of the dam, and St. Joe, located 2 miles (3.2 km) east of the reservoir's southeastern end

The KDWP operates Cheney State Park located on both shores of the reservoir's southern end. The 1,913-acre (7.74 km) park is divided into two areas: the East Shore Area and the West Shore Area. Both areas include boat ramps, campgrounds, and swimming beaches. The East Shore Area also hosts a full-service marina, and the West Shore Area includes hiking trails as well as the Ninnescah Sailing Center.

Cheney Reservoir is open for sport fishing year-round. Hunting is permitted on the public land around the reservoir although it is restricted in certain areas. In addition, certified range officers operate the Cheney Shooting Range on weekends at the north end of the Cheney Wildlife Area

  • The park has 4 designated swimming areas as well as several picnic/day-use areas. There are 8 modern cabins on the West shore of the lake for those who would rather not "rough it." Located in windy central Kansas, the lake offers excellent sailing. In fact, National Sailing regattas take place at Cheney.
  • The park features 29 miles of asphalt roads and parking areas; a park office; 2 marinas; 223 reservable electrical hookup sites with water; over 400 primitive camp sites; 4 trailer dump stations; 6 boat ramps with 22 launching lanes; 4 courtesy docks; 2 fish cleaning stations; 7 modern pit toilets; 9 shower-houses; 1 shelter with restrooms; 2 large group shelters; 2 medium group shelters; 29 small picnic shelters; a large shelter and a restroom; 3 nature trails including a 5 mile bicycle/walking trail; and 9 modern cabins.

Cheney / Locations / State Parks / KDWPT - KDWPT

West Shore / Areas / Cheney / Locations / State Parks / KDWPT - KDWPT

Cabin #7 Nighthawk Deck / Cheney Gallery / Cheney / Locations / State Parks  / KDWPT - KDWPT

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Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Natural Magick ~ What's Inside?

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Table of Contents

How does real magick work?...10

Forms of Magick...13

The Mysteries of Magickal Manifestation...19

Creating Magickal Space...26

A Checklist of Magickal Supplies…53

Charging your Magickal Tools...65

Twelve Months of Magick...72

Seven Days of Magick…104

Animal Magick...115

Magick for Love n’ Money...144

·         Love Spells...151
·         Love Potion #9
·         Rose Spell
·         Smooth Marital Turmoil
·         Hot Sex Spell
·         Makin’ Tracks

·         Love Spells for Men...157
·         Make Her Behave:  Pubic Hair Spell
·         Magickal Male Enhancement

·         Love Spells for Women...161
·         Keep Him Faithful Spell
·         Attract Your Man
·         Irresistibly Spell


·         Money Spells...169
·         Silver Coin Spell
·         Loose the Miser Spell
·         New Business Money Mojo
·         Sugar Honey Jar Spell
·         Home Money Spell
·         Pocket Money Spell

Mojo Magick...182

·         Poppets...184
·         Mojo Bags...207

Magick Oils/Potions/Powders...226

Crystal Magick...270

Candle Magick...297

Magickal Alphabets and Symbols...314

·         Runes…316
·         Witch’s Alphabet…325
·         The Pentagram…329
·         The Elements…334
·         Planets…341
·         Astrological Symbols…354

Witches’ Bottles...366        

Essential Oils…386

Kitchen Magick…392

·         Recipes...405
·         Strawberry Love Salad
·         Lady Amythyst’s Pumpkin Pie
·         Gingerbread
·         Litha Peach Cobbler
·         Full Moon Biscuits
·         Deviled Eostre Eggs
·         Lammas Loaf
·         Midsummer’s Night Tea
·         Garden Magick Soup
·         Green Man Cake
·         Beltane Bean Dish

Good Luck Charms…439

Questions and Answers...447

·         What is the difference between white and black magick?
·         Is it possible to dwell too much on a spell you’ve cast & ruin it?
·         Who can do magick?
·         What is a familiar?
·         What is neo-paganism?
·         Do All witches practice their religion the same way?
·         Who is the Wiccan Goddess?
·         When did you first know you were a witch? 

Magickal Substitutions...467

Terms and Lingo...473

Monday, September 7, 2020

Mojo ~ Shadowy Figures & Legendary Tales

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Saturday, September 5, 2020

An Intuitive Reading (video)

This is an intuitive reading from The Tarot Parlour.
The Deck is SteamPunk Tarot.  
The tarot spread is "Freeing the Mind".