An integral part of many households is our pets, as well as larger animals such as horses, which may be stabled on our land or close by. Therefore, even if they do bring us income through perhaps horse shows or breeding, like our smaller pets we often consider them part of our family.
Our animals, especially those that go outdoors, face many hazards from predators, infections, hostile...
Thankfully, few of us in modern times have had a dead chicken left on our doorstep or found a wax doll pierced with pins, containing strands of our hair, wrapped in red cord and hidden under the sofa. However, sending ill-wishes or curses through an object is still very common. We may receive the artifact unexpectedly, even as a gift. So, how can we protect ourselves from cursed objects? Cassandra Eason, author of the new Everyday Psychic Defense, provides ways to recognize cursed objects, how to cleanse them, and spells to protect ourselves from their negative energy.
The lore of the faery realm has, like the world of humans, traditionally focused on love—both tales of faery lovers and of fey beings who have fallen in love with mortals and sometimes tried to keep them forever in their faery kingdoms. These stories, whether perceived as pure lore or used as a way of explaining past mortal occurrences, tell the tales of true love, of faery temptresses, of lover's quarrels, and more. Cassandra Eason, author of The Magick of Faeries, explains the possible history behind these tales.