The Star Tarot

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In the Pagan culture many wear a pentagram or star pendants to represent the five elements, making a connection between the wearer and the elements found in nature.

Many use it as a focus to find how nature influences and reflects their lifestyles. This Star Spread helps the reader gain insight into a problem or issue they are facing but also reflects Mother Nature.

Star Spread

To create a pentagram with the cards the first card representing the reader is in the center with the remaining five surrounding it. The remaining five are in the upper right, lower right, lower left, upper left, and above the center card.

Tarot Deck
Tarot Deck

The cards represent the five elements: Earth, Air, Fire, Water, and Spirit. The first card represents the reader and signifies the questions or issues. A card from the major arcana is selected to represent this position.

Ground and Sky


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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K Rowling
ARTICLES, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Film, Harry Potter, Mermaids, Novels & Series, Wizards & Magic, writing

Mermaids in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Luna was the first to introduce me to the realm of Harry Potter. I was sold on the idea of possessing magic and even more excited of the existence of a school for wizards. During middle school I was beginning to lose my sight and had lost interest in reading, so having a book Luna and I enjoyed helped me find a new love for reading. Despite the series being set in a fantasy realm the scenery come from inspirations from London, England.


Isabella Adams The Author

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Isabella Adams lives and works on the Gulf Coast of Florida with her three children, husband, and their dog, Isaac.

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Who is Isabella Adams

Isabella Adams lives and works on the Gulf Coast of Florida with her three children, husband, and their dog, Isaac.

Never Enough by Isabella Adams
Never Enough by Isabella Adams

The setting for Never Enough, Tarpon Springs, inspires Isabella every day as she works within the community. Gossip, food, and family dysfunction color her daily events and form the basis for the Markos Mystery series.

One of the largest Greek-American communities in the United States, Tarpon Springs never fails to provide interesting fodder for Isabella’s next manuscript. Afharisto!, thank you, in Greeklish.

Never Enough by Isabella Adams
Never Enough by Isabella Adams

Detective Sean Malone always thought he would follow in his father’s footsteps. Some roads, however, are better left untraveled.

Never Enough by Isabella Adams

Never Enough

Patrick Malone had…

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Krampus Poem

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A monthly poem written by our poet, Luna Nyx Frost. Sadly, due to personal malfunction it was not shared last month but instead, this January.

I, Alexa Wayne, am terribly sorry for the late publishing of this exquisite poem.

December = Krampus

Many associate December with Christmas, remembering writing lists to Santa Clause and doing what we could to stay on the nice list.

Gruss vom Krampus
Gruss vom Krampus

Many people either forget or have no idea of another holiday entity named Krampus, who brings fear to those on the naughty list — appearing in a demonic form to punish those who have done wrong.


Lured to homes filled with rotten children,
I wait for the witching hour to strike.
Knowing that no parent will prevent
my twisted form of corporal punishment.
The results, a good child for old Saint Nick
or a lost soul to the Underworld.

A Reflection

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Jonathan Young and The Nightmare Before Christmas

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Happy Holidays Biters! With 2018 marking the 25th anniversary of The Nightmare Before Christmas I wanted to give you a small look into my music library and introduce you to a cover artist by the name of Jonathan Young.

Cover Artist and a Good One

Jonathan Young is a YouTuber based out of Southern California known mostly for his covers of Walt Disney songs in a pop-punk and power metal style.

With his first upload going way back in the summer of 2013 reached him 76,275 views and got him 2.6k subscribers, Jonathan now sits at just over a million subscribers. Yes, me being one of them. In October of 2014, I found his channel when he did a cover of Danny Elfman‘s This is Halloween.

I didn’t care for his rendition of Elfman‘s memorable opening number for The Nightmare Before Christmas. The video featured enough strobe…

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Kingston Publishing Dark Fantasy Novels!

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Every reader of dark fiction loves the mystery of the unknown. Myths, legends, and ideas of the paranormal have sparked readers interest for decades.

At Kingston Publishing, we have a strong interest in stories that present readers with tales of things that go bump in the night, dark romances with monsters and creatures that were once believed to be only myths, and twists on all things ghoulish.

Let’s dive in and check out some of the amazing genres and books readers might just want to sink their teeth into.

Vampires Beware

For ages, the idea of vampires existing has been romanticized in literature. From Twilight to Interview With A Vampire, the idea of falling in love with a monster, a creature that lurks in the shadows, has caused readers to swoon.

Passions by author Sheritta Bitikofer offers readers a modern day twist on the classic vampire love story. Check…

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Moonmaiden Gothic Clothing

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My name is Sarah Spooffeeee here from Moonmaiden Gothic Clothing! Along with my husband Michael, we are running Moonmaiden, and for fifteen years kept it spooky.

It’s a crazy business and much hard work, but I wouldn’t be without Moonmaiden, as she was and is still consistently consistent and we love her very much!

Creating Moonmaider

I love creating wonderful new spooofffeeee — it’s like spooky, but spookier! designs it’s almost a compulsion, and I sleep, eat, drink and dream the business; which is why I think it’s lasted so long. Also, we have great fun doing videos for the site, which you can check out on our Youtube Channel.

There’s a lot more competition out there now, but we’ve never been mass-produced, and we continually update, so we’re always that little bit different, set apart from when people rip us off; but we know who you are, mwahaha…

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The Science of Ouija

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Scientists are always trying to disprove acts of paranormal activity. They believe that if a subject lacks proof that the item is impossible to be real.

Ouija boards by definition are a portal to the paranormal realm, yet scientist thinks it’s nothing more than a board game.

Ouija Board by Hasbro
Ouija Board by Hasbro

Their research proved that there is no supernatural force moving the planchette but rather people using the board on subconscious level has it moved.

Scientist Studies

In 2012, a study conducted at the University of British Columbia ran a series of tests to grasp a better understanding of the Ouija board from Hasbro Gaming. The test subjects had a set of yes and no questions that they had to answer.

Ouija Board
Ouija Board

At first, were verbal answers and second, the responses had to go through the Ouija board. When using the game, the test subject was blindfolded, and their…

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Dragons of History

The Druid of the Moonland

We have seen dragons in many cultures and taking many forms. There are many looks to them and many origins as well. Within the fantasy lore, one dragon appearance is seen quite often and is recognizable.

Its appearance has become timeless and crossed from folklore to literature to movies and inspire centuries of artists from many fields.

Dragon’s Fly

In Celtic mythology, dragons come in two different shapes. We have the more commonly known with wings and four legs. Then, we have the sea dragon which looks more like a sea serpent. However, it does remain in the dragon family of the Celtic mythology.

Dragon 04

Dragons are associated with the gods of Celtic mythology and among the most powerful ones as well. They are the protectors and guardians of all that is living and command respect. Dragons are wholly loved by the Celtic people from texts written and also, by…

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ARTICLES, Cartoons, Emberly Lily Summers, nintendo, Television Series, Video Games

Pokémon Fan

Every kid that grew up in the 1990s holds some nostalgia for the things they loved during that time. For me it was Saturday morning cartoons. I had just gotten into anime after watching sailor Moon and was intrigued by the idea behind Pokémon. Pokémon featured portal pocket monsters that a trainer could hunt and collect to battle against Pokémon. The series is still running strong with new characters, songs, and challenges for the characters to endure.