Here are some of the most significant articles published on the site.
Brilliant? … ‘You decide’.
This is obviously a ‘Work in Progress’ so please check back frequently.
Expanding Our Idea Of Earth – What do we mean by Earth and Gaia. Getting started with Astrogem Geomancy.
The Day I Stopped Being A Virgo – Changing how we view the zodiac in the geomantic chart, from Tropical to Sidereal dates.
The Geomantic Way
On being more Thoughtful and Deliberate – The start of the journey.
3 Ways Geomancy Can Change Your Life – Beginning your spiritual journey; becoming grounded and connected.
Moving At The Speed Of Life – How fast do you live your life, and why we need to slow down.
Sunrise! The Journey Begins – The start of the Geomantic Cause: Bringing geomancy back into the mainstream.
Flow – what is it and how can you use it – What it is and how to start feeling it.
Seasonal and Natural World
Eclipse At The Equinox – And Changing Your Mind By Magic – A startling way to view and eclipse so that what you’re seeing hits home.
What A Geomancer Has For Yule Breakfast… (Or, ‘How To Make Yourself One With Everything’) – A new ‘ancient’ tradition in our home. I’m already thinking about my next ‘Just a sandwich and a coffee, thanks’ at Yule!
How Wolves Change Rivers – “When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe.” – John Muir
Touching The Hair Of The Goddess – A tender interaction with Gaia, this was a very popular article.
The geomes – Dan gives us the Latin pronunciation (which helps show off our knowledge to the people we read for). Thanks, Dan!
Have You Got A ‘Geomantic Accent’? – Deciding which gemstones to use.
Clearing Negative Influences From A House – Using the geomes to diagnose the source of negativity, and a little known secret about a god.
Finding lost objects 1 – Finding your lost qualification certificates which you’ll need for your job interview. (Key learning: Ask a better question!)
Finding lost objects 2 – Finding that old CD player (caused by an attack of ‘I’ve suddenly-thought-might-be-useful-but-I-don’t-know-where-it-is-itis’.)