Month: October 2014

It’s such a small, small world in which we live

It seems that nearly every single day I see or read something that makes me realize just how tiny a planet our earth really is.

With the advent of high technology, we find ourselves these days connecting with people all over the world in ways we never dreamed possible once upon a time.

Take this blog, for instance. (more…)


Toccata and Fugue in D Minor – Johann Sebastian Bach

This has got to be the best spooky music ever.  Every time I hear this, I think of Count Dracula hiding in the shadows.

Happy Halloween!

Werewolves of London – Warren Zevon

Ahhh ooooooh…werewolves of London.

Ahhh ooooooooooooooooooooooooooh!


Witchy Woman – The Eagles

Somehow, even though I was a small child when this song came out, I resonated with it on a cellular level.  Funny how I had to go through a lifetime of religious roller coaster rides before I came into my true nature.

Yes Virginia, I am a witchy woman.


Devil Woman – Cliff Richard

In keeping with the spirit of Halloween, here’s a classic Cliff Richard song for your entertainment.



Protect the black cats

Halloween is fast approaching, and with it comes the good and the bad.

Candy, celebrations, festivities, parties, costumes, magick and spirit communication are all the fun aspects of the holiday.  It’s a great time for letting loose and getting out with friends.

It’s not such a great time for black cats. (more…)


Halloween is in the air

It’s the week of Samhain, the witches new year, and I sit here contemplating it and what it means to me.

Halloween.  All Hallows Eve.  This is the time of year when the veil between the living and the dead is at its thinnest.  Because of this, communicating with the dead is much easier on Samhain.  The spirits are roaming around us all the time, but on October 31 they seem able to reach us a bit better than on other nights of the year.  Make an effort to speak to them this week.  Be prepared for a response. (more…)

Advertisements Minimation: Robert Plant Recalls How ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Was Written

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By Brian Ives

On Minimation, combs through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animates interviews with legendary rock artists. In this installment, Robert Plant explains how he and Jimmy Page wrote Led Zeppelin‘s “Stairway to Heaven.” 

Ah, “Stairway to Heaven.” The prime jewel in the classic rock crown. For decades, it’s topped radio station polls as the greatest song of all time. Regardless of that subjective honor, it has been played on the radio millions of times in the decades since it made it’s debut on Zeppelin IV in 1971.

Jimmy Page loves the song; he performed an instrumental version of it on his solo tour in the ’80s, and may well bring it back again if he indeed tours next year. Robert Plant, on the other hand, isn’t such a fan of the song, having only performed it on rare occasions since Zep’s…

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New Moon, New Beginnings

Today is the time of the new moon.

Today is also a time to start something new, whether it be a project, a lifestyle change or a new mindset.

Try something different during this new to waxing moon season.

Cast a spell for abundance and prosperity.

Set an intention and toss it to the growing crescent moon this weekend.

See where you are come the full moon on November 6.

You might be pleasantly surprised.


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Be a champion. Today.

Listen to Sugar Ray Robinson and choose to be a champion.  Today.


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