Take a moment to check out “Moon Tides, Soul Passages.”

The swamps of Africa can easily be described as inaccessible. The ground is soft, and people sink trying walk. The area is layered with vines and brush, adding more difficulty to movement. There are disease-harboring insects, and the locals do not welcome strangers. Why would any man travel there? To answer the siren’s call of the kongamato.

Last month (note: this is still when we were on a monthly format) we talked about Hephaestus, the Greek god of fire and volcanoes, whose fires helped forge some of the greatest legendary items of all time. This month we’re discussing Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of fire and volcanoes who uses her fires to demonstrate her power and emotions.

10 questions with Maritess Zurbano, mentalist, magician, Rebecca’s hero.

Take a moment to learn about the Avalon Center for Druidic Studies.

Ah, the peach, so many people lay claim to this sumptuous fruit. South Carolina has it as its state fruit, yet Georgia calls itself the “Peach State.” The peach is native to China, but it also has a history in Iran. It also happens to be the name of an adult entertainment empire! What is the deal with the peach? Surprisingly, it comes down to symbolism.

Just what the title says, the story of Edgar Cayce.

Rebecca wants to know, where have you gone Tanya Pointer?

Rebecca vents her musical frustrations.