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Phoenix Dragon Bookstore is located at 5531 Roswell Road NE, Atlanta, GA. 30342. Serving the Atlanta area for close to 30 years, we are proud to be Atlanta’s premiere independent book and gift store. If you need directions or have a question about services, products or classes, please call 404-255-5207.

We are open Monday – Saturday: 10:00am – 8:00pm and Sunday: 12:00pm – 6:00pm

From the moment you enter the foyer of our Roswell Road location, you are entering another world. The melodic tinkling of chimes merges with the gurgling of fountains and the soothing sounds of new age or world music. Facing the entrance is a magnificent mantle, beautifully painted with natural imagery; colorful displays of greeting cards beckon you deeper into a wondrous world of statues, candles, incense, crystals, books, music and gifts. All of our merchandise serves the common purpose of nurturing the mind, body and soul.

JUNE 9: Full Moon Ceremony with Maxine Taylor

Join us each month when the moon is full, for a simple and powerful ceremony in the Phoenix and Dragon Garden (weather permitting). Bring a list of intentions on how and where you would like your efforts to bear fruit in the next two weeks. For more information click here to view the calendar.

JUNE 10: Astrology Readings with Marilyn DuMont

Talk with Marilyn about the importance of new beginnings in 2017. This year is sure to be transformational for all in ways that we will not understand until we look back on this coming year. For more information click here to view the calendar.

JUNE 10: Reiki Level One with Susan Rushing

Learn the art of energy healing in the traditional Usui Shiki Ryoho and Essential Reiki methods with Traditional and Essential Reiki Master Susan Rushing. For more information click here to view the calendar.

JUNE 10: Juicy Goddess Workshop with Annika Ford

Juicy… It means several things; succulent, spicy, profitable, and provocatively interesting. As a Modern-Day Goddess, these words only describe a portion of who you are. For more information click here to view the calendar.

JUNE 11: Astrology Boot Camp: Now Where Do I Go! with Marilyn Dumont

How are you doing in this time of endings and beginnings that are eminent for a new world? Everyone and every structure certainly feels the surge of excitement and anticipation. For more information click here to view the calendar.

JUNE 13: Witch’s Brew: Making Your Own Spells is Fun to Do! with Damaris

Do you ever think of someone and the next day they call you? Do you have to be careful what you think because it may happen? Do you feel like you have a hidden power? If you answered yes, this class is definitely for you! For more information click here to view the calendar.

JUNE 15: Shamanic Healing Circle with Bart Smyth

Bart Smyth direct from Sweden will offer this popular, powerful transformative program which is extremely potent and can bring forth very profound shifts in your vitality and well-being on many levels. For more information click here to view the calendar.

JUNE 15: Enhancing Energy Ecstasy in Ritual with Jason Augustus Newcomb

In this introductory class using movement, breath, visualization and magick, participants will learn to vastly increase the amount of magical energy that is produced and experienced in ritual practice. For more information click here to view the calendar.

JUNE 16: Readings with Jason Augustus Newcomb

People the world over seek out readings with Jason Augustus Newcomb, a caring and gentle soul who offers guidance to those seeking relationship and career advice, and other topics, large or small. For more information click here to view the calendar.

JUNE 16: Opening to Visionary Magick with Jason Augustus Newcomb

In this class we will actively and practically explore opening up to the visionary state, seeing nature spirits and other intelligences, as well as learning to experience shared and group visions. For more information click here to view the calendar.

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Amazon Prime Video coming to Apple TV later in 2017, more to come for tvOS

As predicted, Amazon Prime video is coming to the Apple TV, with an app to come later in 2017.

Word of Amazon Prime Video coming to Apple TV first leaked in early May with a report that claimed that Amazon and Apple were close to finalizing a deal. Until now, Apple users wanting to watch Amazon Prime Video and other streaming content have needed to rely on Amazon’s iOS app, which includes AirPlay support.

It is not clear if the app will be integrated into Apple’s TV app on tvOS. However, given that Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the app was coming to the Apple TV right after discussing the additions to the app, it seems likely that it will.

Amazon ceased Apple TV sales in October 2015. citing potential customer confusion over which streaming devices support Amazon Prime Video. As a result of Amazon Prime Video becoming available, the Apple TV should return to the marketplace before the launch of the app.

Cook added that besides the Amazon Prime Video addition, “you’ll be hearing a lot more about tvOS later this year.”

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How to Find Love – Do Magic Lists Work? #european #dating


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The Love List

Was it coincidence or magic? Alice Gorman wrote 100 things she wanted in a man, burying the list in a closet. And then, oddly enough, a man who matched the list almost exactly strolled into her life. Seriously, people, how did that happen? After you read the story Martha Beck, O s life coach, explains why it worked.

Our first real disagreement erupted at the kitchen table on a Saturday morning in late May. Aubrey and I hardly knew each other at the time. We had spent a total of three weekends together since we met in early March the first on a blissful fishing trip in the Ozarks, the other two trading visits between his home on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and mine in Memphis. We had both been married before: he, a recent widower; I, married twice, a divorcee and a widow. He was retired. I was the owner of a contemporary art gallery in Memphis and a partner in a gallery on 57th Street in New York City. We’d been introduced by his cousin from Baltimore, a lifelong friend of mine. The attraction was instantaneous, so much so that we spent those six days together in pure enjoyment of our late-in-life pleasures and commonalities, believing that each of us had found perfection in the other. Without warning, during our second cup of coffee after breakfast, we began having a stupid argument.

“You’re really a stubborn broad,” Aubrey said in response to my refusal to spend the remainder of the morning with him.

“What do you mean?” I asked, shocked by his insulting bluntness. “I told you I had to go to the gallery on Saturday morning. I have an appointment with an artist. You knew that.”

“You told me you might have an appointment on Saturday morning, but if I flew down to Memphis for the weekend, you’d change it.”

“I did not say that,” I said, stiffening my spine and feeling my heart begin to race. “Obviously you didn’t listen to me, and now you’re calling me a liar.”

“You see,” he said with a grin. He had a wide smile that generally dispelled the seriousness of any discussion, but he continued to make his point. “You’re a stubborn broad. It’s your way or the highway.”

“Well, what about you?” I felt sickened by waves of prior marital arguments surging up through layers of memory. I’d thought Aubrey would be different. “Aren’t you the one being stubborn?”

Aubrey sat back in his chair. “Maybe I’m not the right man for you,” he said, half making a statement, half asking a question.

“Maybe you’re not!” I crossed my arms, feeling defiant, but in the next second I regretted the whole ridiculous discussion. What were we talking about? I thought I had met the man of my dreams, and we were about to throw the whole thing out the window over an absurd argument. Closing my eyes, I suddenly saw a mental picture of “the list.” It had been in the back of my closet for five years. What would Aubrey think of the list?

“I have an idea,” I said. I left the kitchen, and several minutes later I came back with the list in my hand. I held the small sheaf of papers out to him. “Read this, and you decide if you are the right man for me.” I turned on my heel and marched down the hallway to my room, as if following stage directions.

From the February 2008 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine


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To improve the math learning experience of you or your child, it might be wise to consider retaining the services of a math tutor. There are several factors that you should keep in mind when choosing the right tutor:

A good math tutor will need to have mastery of the material that he or she is teaching. Thus, it is important that they have a strong formal background in mathematics. When teaching young children, completion of at least a high school diploma would be recommended. Teaching older students, in high school or college, the ideal tutor would have at least an undergraduate degree, with emphasis on mathematics (engineering or science degrees often have solid math requirements too).

Experience and Training

Helping others learn requires great communication skills, and the ability to identify the best way to convey the material in a way that matches the individual needs of the learner. Prior experience in either tutoring or in teaching is highly recommended when seeking out a math tutor, and that experience should ideally include the grade-level of the material you are covering. The best tutoring companies invest resources in continually training their staff on the latest educational methods to help learners master the material.

Location and Availability

To minimize time and travel expense wasted in transit, the math tutoring location will ideally be near you. A large math tutoring company with many locations will have better odds of a location near you. Some tutoring companies do telephone or online tutoring, either as their main method of communications or as a complement to traditional classroom-style settings.

Some tutors are available only at pre-scheduled times, whereas others can be reached outside those hours, or even around-the-clock in some cases (e.g. some of the online services). Depending on your needs, this may or may not be important.

Many academic studies have documented that students learn best when they have more attention to their individual needs. Thus, smaller classroom sizes, or even one-on-one learning, are advisable to maximize the benefits of the math tutoring. Typically, the youngest children in particular benefit from small classroom sizes, but this can also be the case for older ones.

Practice and Testing

The best way of learning is through practice, practice, and more practice. This can be done through homework assignments, or in-class practice sessions. Regular testing is important to ensure that the material is being mastered. Math tutoring companies are often of help to prepare for specific standardized tests (e.g. SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT), so having access to tests in the same format as the expected standardized exams is useful.

Tutors need to be compensated for their time (they have families to feed also), so it’s unrealistic to expect good math tutoring for free. To get smaller classrooms or individualized tutoring, it will naturally need to cost a little extra. Whether that is a good investment will depend on the individual needs of the learner, and the degree of their enthusiasm to succeed at math. Some math tutoring companies offer financial aid or discounts, so it doesn’t hurt to ask whether those are available (a discount at a better math tutoring company might make it a better value than full-price at a lesser company). Educational expenses might be able to be deducted from your income taxes, depending on where you live, so be sure to save receipts and ask your accountant for more information.


How to Find Love – Do Magic Lists Work? #elite #online #dating


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The Love List

Was it coincidence or magic? Alice Gorman wrote 100 things she wanted in a man, burying the list in a closet. And then, oddly enough, a man who matched the list almost exactly strolled into her life. Seriously, people, how did that happen? After you read the story Martha Beck, O s life coach, explains why it worked.

Our first real disagreement erupted at the kitchen table on a Saturday morning in late May. Aubrey and I hardly knew each other at the time. We had spent a total of three weekends together since we met in early March the first on a blissful fishing trip in the Ozarks, the other two trading visits between his home on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and mine in Memphis. We had both been married before: he, a recent widower; I, married twice, a divorcee and a widow. He was retired. I was the owner of a contemporary art gallery in Memphis and a partner in a gallery on 57th Street in New York City. We’d been introduced by his cousin from Baltimore, a lifelong friend of mine. The attraction was instantaneous, so much so that we spent those six days together in pure enjoyment of our late-in-life pleasures and commonalities, believing that each of us had found perfection in the other. Without warning, during our second cup of coffee after breakfast, we began having a stupid argument.

“You’re really a stubborn broad,” Aubrey said in response to my refusal to spend the remainder of the morning with him.

“What do you mean?” I asked, shocked by his insulting bluntness. “I told you I had to go to the gallery on Saturday morning. I have an appointment with an artist. You knew that.”

“You told me you might have an appointment on Saturday morning, but if I flew down to Memphis for the weekend, you’d change it.”

“I did not say that,” I said, stiffening my spine and feeling my heart begin to race. “Obviously you didn’t listen to me, and now you’re calling me a liar.”

“You see,” he said with a grin. He had a wide smile that generally dispelled the seriousness of any discussion, but he continued to make his point. “You’re a stubborn broad. It’s your way or the highway.”

“Well, what about you?” I felt sickened by waves of prior marital arguments surging up through layers of memory. I’d thought Aubrey would be different. “Aren’t you the one being stubborn?”

Aubrey sat back in his chair. “Maybe I’m not the right man for you,” he said, half making a statement, half asking a question.

“Maybe you’re not!” I crossed my arms, feeling defiant, but in the next second I regretted the whole ridiculous discussion. What were we talking about? I thought I had met the man of my dreams, and we were about to throw the whole thing out the window over an absurd argument. Closing my eyes, I suddenly saw a mental picture of “the list.” It had been in the back of my closet for five years. What would Aubrey think of the list?

“I have an idea,” I said. I left the kitchen, and several minutes later I came back with the list in my hand. I held the small sheaf of papers out to him. “Read this, and you decide if you are the right man for me.” I turned on my heel and marched down the hallway to my room, as if following stage directions.

From the February 2008 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine


How to Find Love – Do Magic Lists Work? #catholic #singles


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The Love List

Was it coincidence or magic? Alice Gorman wrote 100 things she wanted in a man, burying the list in a closet. And then, oddly enough, a man who matched the list almost exactly strolled into her life. Seriously, people, how did that happen? After you read the story Martha Beck, O s life coach, explains why it worked.

Our first real disagreement erupted at the kitchen table on a Saturday morning in late May. Aubrey and I hardly knew each other at the time. We had spent a total of three weekends together since we met in early March the first on a blissful fishing trip in the Ozarks, the other two trading visits between his home on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and mine in Memphis. We had both been married before: he, a recent widower; I, married twice, a divorcee and a widow. He was retired. I was the owner of a contemporary art gallery in Memphis and a partner in a gallery on 57th Street in New York City. We’d been introduced by his cousin from Baltimore, a lifelong friend of mine. The attraction was instantaneous, so much so that we spent those six days together in pure enjoyment of our late-in-life pleasures and commonalities, believing that each of us had found perfection in the other. Without warning, during our second cup of coffee after breakfast, we began having a stupid argument.

“You’re really a stubborn broad,” Aubrey said in response to my refusal to spend the remainder of the morning with him.

“What do you mean?” I asked, shocked by his insulting bluntness. “I told you I had to go to the gallery on Saturday morning. I have an appointment with an artist. You knew that.”

“You told me you might have an appointment on Saturday morning, but if I flew down to Memphis for the weekend, you’d change it.”

“I did not say that,” I said, stiffening my spine and feeling my heart begin to race. “Obviously you didn’t listen to me, and now you’re calling me a liar.”

“You see,” he said with a grin. He had a wide smile that generally dispelled the seriousness of any discussion, but he continued to make his point. “You’re a stubborn broad. It’s your way or the highway.”

“Well, what about you?” I felt sickened by waves of prior marital arguments surging up through layers of memory. I’d thought Aubrey would be different. “Aren’t you the one being stubborn?”

Aubrey sat back in his chair. “Maybe I’m not the right man for you,” he said, half making a statement, half asking a question.

“Maybe you’re not!” I crossed my arms, feeling defiant, but in the next second I regretted the whole ridiculous discussion. What were we talking about? I thought I had met the man of my dreams, and we were about to throw the whole thing out the window over an absurd argument. Closing my eyes, I suddenly saw a mental picture of “the list.” It had been in the back of my closet for five years. What would Aubrey think of the list?

“I have an idea,” I said. I left the kitchen, and several minutes later I came back with the list in my hand. I held the small sheaf of papers out to him. “Read this, and you decide if you are the right man for me.” I turned on my heel and marched down the hallway to my room, as if following stage directions.

From the February 2008 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine