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Wicca, Plain & Simple: The Only Book You'll Ever Need by Leanna Greenaway Series: Plain & Simple Paperback: 144 pages Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing ISBN-10: 1571747710 ISBN-13: 978-1571747716 Product description: Greenaway takes a contemporary approach to Wicca, also known as witchcraft, and shows you how to use it as a healing and positive force. Practice... Continue Reading →
I Ching, Plain & Simple: The Only Book You'll Ever Need by Kim Farnell Series: Plain & Simple Paperback: 192 pages Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing ISBN-10: 1571747796 Product description: The I Ching, or Book of Changes, is a mix of Taoist and Confucianist philosophies that has evolved over many centuries and may be the oldest... Continue Reading →
by Marlene Houghton, PhD
As society has advanced and wonder drugs have taken over from folk medicines and self-sufficiency, we are discovering that there is a down side. We have found we cannot drug people to health. There are many side effects from drugs that are sometimes worse than the original problem and we have become dependent on the opinion of experts. This has resulted in huge waiting lists at the doctors and a society whose reliance on the expertise of others has removed self-knowledge and self-reliance. There are however many common problems that, although not serious, make life miserable and do not respond well to conventional medicine and this is where herbal medicine can help.
The medicinal benefits of herbs have been known to man for centuries. This does not mean we turn our back on the advances of modern medicine for serious problems but that we look to the…
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I want to thank the good folks at Hampton Roads Publishing for sending me a free review copy of "Fortune Telling by Tarot Cards" by Sasha Fenton. I've read a few books on the Tarot and I've enjoyed them. My TBR pile of "I Ching", "Wicca", and "The Nebula Awards Showcase 2017" have been finished... Continue Reading →
“Finally, from so little sleeping and so much reading, his brain dried up and he went completely out of his mind.” ― Don Quixote I want to thank those people who have messaged me regarding the passing of my dog Peppy. He will be missed and I thank everyone for their kind words.