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As I mentioned before, some psychics use different tools to assist them during psychic readings. Among these tools is the ancient art of reading the runes. About Runes The actual origin of runes is somewhat debated by historians. For our purpose here, it suffices to say that according to Norse legends, a set of 24 runes was revealed (in the shapes and combinations of stakes thrown to the ground) to a shaman by the name of Odin as he was hanging upside down from a tree. Often shown forming a circle, these runes form an alphabet (depending on traditions, the arrangement of the runic alphabet used may vary slightly in order and the exact shapes of runes). runes There are at least three ‘different’ runic alphabets, the Elder Futhark, the Anglo Saxon Futhark and the Uthark, which is supposed to show the true, original order of the runes. Depending on the tradition followed, each rune has a specific name and shape; potency (or power), key quality and meaning, as well as being associated with a specific:
  • Direction (east, south, west or north)
  • Tree
  • Time of day
  • Season
  • Set of dates (as a so-called birth rune)

Buddhists around the world will be celebrating the birth of Buddha either this month or in May. The traditional date this important event is celebrated on is April the 8th, although the precise date may vary according to region (April 8 or May 8 in Japan; second Sunday in May in Taiwan; 8th day of the 4th lunar on the East Asian mainland, and the official date set for this year is the16th of May). While most people are aware of how Prince Siddhartha Gautama became the ‘holy man’ he is today known and revered as, few (especially non-Buddhists) are aware of the fact that his life’s path was accurately predicted by astrology shortly after his birth in 563 BC.

 Buddha’s Birthday and Astrology

The Prediction According to legend, an astrologer by the name of Asita visited King ?uddhodana, Prince Siddhartha Gautama’s father, and predicted that the young prince would either turn out to be a great king or, if allowed to see what life outside palace walls was really like, renounce wealth and the material world in general and become a holy man. The Fulfilment of the Prediction Determined that his son would one day be king, ?uddhodana subsequently prevented the prince from venturing out of palace grounds. In spite of his father’s efforts, Gautama managed to leave the palace several times at the age of 29.

The question ‘Are mediums real?’ has sparked heated debates around the world for generations. Opinions are basically divided between three main factions, namely those who believe that:
  • There are indeed many individuals with the ability to sense subtle energies and communicate with spirits
  • The whole idea is utter balderdash conjured up by greedy scam artists
  • Mediums do not exist because the thought goes against their own religious faith
Are Mediums Real Well, everyone is entitled to have and voice their own opinions. Ultimately, however, only one answer to the question ‘Are mediums real?’ can be right. Let’s start by taking a look at why so many deny the reality of mediumship and psychic abilities in general. Lack of Faith It is often difficult to believe something you have never felt or experienced yourself. The idea of a spirit world alone seems preposterous to many, let alone communication with spirits. In many cases, the people who most vehemently deny that mediums are real also do not believe in God, Allah or any other kind of deity, for that matter.

As one of the four classical elements, Air has always been considered to be of great spiritual importance. Physically, we know that we cannot live without the air that we breathe, just as we need water to drink, fire to keep us warm and earth...

People have always looked to the stars for meaning and direction; however, not all systems of astrology are the same. Chinese astrology is very different to the Western form, with many concepts not found in our traditions – which means it can offer a different...

In classical thought, the four elements of fire, earth, water and air were thought to be the basis of all things. We’ve previously looked at the spiritual meanings of both fire and earth – now, it’s time to turn our attention to the next element,...

‘Tis the season to be merry, as they say; but in between the merry-making and gift-giving, the festive season carries many superstitions and ancient beliefs. Some are relatively well-known, while others are almost forgotten; some you may have never even heard of before! Festive Luck Traditions As...

The twelve traditional zodiac signs are well known; ask even a sceptical person and they are likely to know the star sign they were born under. However, every so often, you may hear a suggestion that there is another, lesser known, zodiac sign; Ophiuchus.   The constellation...

There are many varied and different ways by which psychics & clairvoyants may exercise their talents; different cultures around the world have developed many different divination systems to help the talented peek into the beyond. Many divination systems use an element of random chance; the concept...

As the days grow shorter and colder, many of us find ourselves more prone to catching a cold. You increasingly can’t go a day in company without finding yourself saying “Bless you” to somebody – but have you ever wondered why that’s the polite response...