Dayna Winters, co-author of “The Esoteric Dream Book”, is back to talk about the symbolism of abduction in dreams.

Learn about a fantastic resource for information about goddesses.

What at first appeared to be a specific book about the Native American sacred pipe opened up a whole world of mythology, history, and religion.

Do you know what a Smaragdus is? Or a Lapidary for that matter? Click on in for gems and stones Claude Lecouteux style.

Since I just got done reviewing “The Secret History of Poltergeists and Haunted Houses: From Pagan Folklore to Modern Manifestations” by Claude Lecouteux I thought now would be the perfect time to take a look at “Ghosts & Spirits Tarot” by Lisa Hunt. I know I seem to be near pants wetting excited over every tarot deck I review, but seriously you guys, “Ghosts & Spirits Tarot” is incredibly impressive. How impressive? Incredibly.

Join us for 10 questions with Avi Glijansky, creator, writer, and director of the web series “The Further Adventures of Cupid and Eros”. We discuss mythology, the creative process, why Psyche would date a dermatologist, and so much more! Trust me, you’re not going to want to miss this one! There’s even video!

How reading “Phantom Armies of the Night” by Claude Lecouteux inspired me to create my own feast for the Good Women.

Join me as I goes international with my interview with Claude Lecouteux, author of one my favorite-est books ever, “The Return of the Dead: Ghosts, Ancestors, and the Transparent Veil of the Pagan Mind”. We discuss his latest book (now one of my other favorite-est books ever) “Phantom Armies of the Night: The Wild Hunt and the Ghostly Processions of the Undead”, translating, what’s next, and more!

Not too long ago I received a review copy of “The Vengeful Djinn: Unveiling the Hidden Agendas of Genies” by Rosemary Ellen Guiley and Philip J. Imbrogno. I really enjoyed the book and set about trying to verbalize what the book was about and why it was a worthy read. The problem was, my mind kept wandering back to the introduction written by Philip J. Imbrogno. It was just so good at explaining the book, and it did so in such a way that I couldn’t wait to get into reading the book itself. On a whim I contacted Llewellyn, the publisher of “The Vengeful Djinn” about being able to publish Imbrogno’s introduction on The Magical Buffet for my readers, and much to my delight they said yes.

So without further ado, Philip J. Imbrogno’s introduction from “The Vengeful Djinn”!

Yes, you read the title correctly. There will be talk of Hooters, both restaurant chain and part of female anatomy, and Goddess worship. Are you really not going to check this one out?

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