Sigil Witchery by Laura Tempest Zakroff

Sigil Witchery by Laura Tempest Zakroff

A Witch's Guide to Crafting Magick Symbols ...
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Dark Goddess Craft by Stephanie Woodfield

Dark Goddess Craft by Stephanie Woodfield

A Journey through the Heart of Transformation ...
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A Handbook of Saxon Sorcery & Magic by Alaric Albertsson

A Handbook of Saxon Sorcery & Magic by Alaric Albertsson

Over the past couple of decades modern interpretations of Wicca and Paganism has evolved to such an extent that they ...
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Ostara by Kerri Connor

Ostara by Kerri Connor

Of all the annual Sabbats, or Pagan celebrations, the best well known and universally practised is Ostara. In the Northern ...
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The Secret Country of Yourself: Discover the Powerful Magic of Your Endless Inner World by Jenya T. Beachy

The Secret Country of Yourself by Jenya T Beachy

Discover the Powerful Magic of Your Endless Inner World ...
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The Magickal Family by Monica Crosson

The Magickal Family by Monica Crosson

Book of the Month - September 2017 ...
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Spirit Conjuring for Witches by Frater Barrabbas

Spirit Conjuring for Witches by Frater Barrabbas

The conjuration of spirits is an aspect of occultism that has been somewhat in decline over the past few decades. Once ...
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Woman Most Wild by Danielle Dulsky

Woman Most Wild by Danielle Dulsky

A communal subterranean yearning for wild woman spirituality is drumming beneath our feet, and this longing has been born of ...
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The Hearth Witch’s Compendium by Anna Franklin

The Hearth Witch’s Compendium by Anna Franklin

Anyone who has even the slightest degree of interest in Witchcraft will probably have been initially drawn into this world ...
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The Witch’s Book of Shadows by Jason Mankey

The Witch’s Book of Shadows by Jason Mankey

Of all the tools to be found in an occultist toolbox none are quite so important, or valuable, as The ...
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Betwixt and Between by Storm Faerywolf

Betwixt and Between by Storm Faerywolf

The Faery Tradition (not to be confused with the fairy tradition) in Witchcraft is seen as a comparatively recent offshoot ...
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The Magic of Trees by Tess Whitehurst

The Magic of Trees by Tess Whitehurst

Did you know that the Ash tree is an excellent protector of your home, that the linden tree is used ...
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The Witch’s Book of Power by Devin Hunter

The Witch’s Book of Power by Devin Hunter

One of the most significant advances in contemporary spirituality has been the growing general acceptance of Wicca as a legitimate ...
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Witchy Mama by Melanie Marquis and Emily A. Francis

Witchy Mama by Melanie Marquis and Emily A. Francis

For most women pregnancy is a period of intense introspection and self-examination. It is a time when the gestation process ...
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Taking Sacred Back by Nels and Judy Linde

Taking Sacred Back by Nels and Judy Linde

Formal group-ritual has often been open to the criticism that it is often somewhat dull, unimaginative and uninspiring. One the ...
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Midsummer by Deborah Blake

Midsummer by Deborah Blake

Of all of the Pagan festivals celebrated through the year the most enduring one has to be the Midsummer celebration, ...
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The Witch’s Mirror by Mickie Mueller

The Witch’s Mirror by Mickie Mueller

The magic mirror, as an instrument of prophecy and as a tool for peering into the inner planes has re-entered ...
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The Goddess and the Shaman by J A Kent PhD

The Goddess and the Shaman by J A Kent PhD

J. A. Kent, PhD has both practiced and taught High Magic and Wicca as well as university courses in the fields of ...
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The Witch’s Athame by Jason Mankey

The Witch’s Athame by Jason Mankey

The word athame is believed to be a fairly recent addition to the Witches vocabulary having first appeared in the ...
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Imbolc: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for Brigid’s Day by Carl F. Neal

Imbolc by Carl F. Neal

Description There are eight sabbats, or holidays, in the Wheel of the Year that are celebrated in one way or ...
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The Witch’s Wand by Alferian Gwydion MacLir

The Witch’s Wand by Alferian Gwydion MacLir

Few tools are more closely associated with magick than the wand. Although it is an ancient instrument of conjuration it ...
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Yule: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for the Winter Solstice by Susan Pesznecker

Yule by Susan Pesznecker

Very few days of the Great Pagan Wheel are quite so indelibly marked into the conscious of all of us ...
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Wicca: Another Year and a Day by Timothy Roderick

Wicca: Another Year and a Day by Timothy Roderick

The modern practice of Witchcraft is no longer the closed and impenetrable system of natural magick that it once was ...
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Samhain: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for Halloween by Diana Rajchel

Samhain by Diana Rajchel

In the turning of the Great Wheel the festival of Samhain marks the end of the Solar cycle and the ...
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Mabon: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for the Autumn Equinox by Diana Rajchel

Mabon by Diana Rajchel

As the summer warmth and life-enhancing energies of late-September start to give way to cooler days and lengthening nights we ...
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Lughnasadh: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for Lammas by Melanie MarquisLughnasadh: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for Lammas by Melanie Marquis

Lughnasadh by Melanie Marquis

Lughnasadh (pronounced LOO-nə-sə) is one of the four Gaelic seasonal festivals; the others being Samhain, Imbolc and Beltane. It is ...
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The Great Work by Tiffany LazicThe Great Work by Tiffany Lazic

The Great Work by Tiffany Lazic

In The Great Wheel, Tiffany Lazic explains that the intention behind writing her book …is to provide a map of ...
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Wisdom of Birch, Oak, and Yew by Penny Billington

Wisdom of Birch, Oak, and Yew by Penny Billington

Hermann Hesse (the Swiss poet, novelist and painter) once said: Trees are sanctuaries. Whoever knows how to speak to them, ...
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Circle of Eight by Jane Meredith

Circle of Eight by Jane Meredith

In normal life, the principle of direction is one that we all use every day to determine where we are ...
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Everyday Witchcraft by Deborah Blake

Everyday Witchcraft by Deborah Blake

Deborah Blake has been a practicing witch for seventeen years. For ten of those, she has been the High Priestess ...
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Beltane: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for May Day by Melanie Marquis

Beltane by Melanie Marquis

Beltane is one of the eight primary Pagan holidays, or sabbats as they are also known, that comprise the solar ...
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The Priestess & the Pen by Sonja Sadovsky

The Priestess & the Pen by Sonja Sadovsky

Throughout history the role of the Priestess, as an emmisary of the Goddess or Great Mother, has changed greatly. In the ...
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Celtic Tree Magic by Danu Forest

Celtic Tree Magic by Danu Forest

Few occult ciphers and cryptic alphabets are as fascinating or quite so old as the Ogham. This early Medieval alphabet ...
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The Book of Celtic Magic by Kristoffer Hughes

The Book of Celtic Magic by Kristoffer Hughes

Few spiritual disciplines are quite as enduring as the 3000-year-old tradition of Celtic magick. You can still see evidence of ...
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From the Cauldron Born by Kristoffer Hughes

From the Cauldron Born by Kristoffer Hughes

Few areas of Western Europe are as rich in ancient remains as the British Isles. In fact, it is difficult ...
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The Witch’s Broom by Deborah Blake

The Witch’s Broom by Deborah Blake

The first known reference to witches flying on broomsticks dates to 1453, when it was referred to by male witch ...
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The Wisdom of Hypatia by Bruce J MacLennan PHD

The Wisdom of Hypatia by Bruce J MacLennan PHD

If your experience of Greek philosophy is of sombre university lecturers, wearing academic hats, flowing gowns and covered in chalk ...
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A Witch’s World of Magick by Melanie Marquis

A Witch’s World of Magick by Melanie Marquis

The history of Witchcraft is often misunderstood. Many people believe it was eradicated during the 15th century Witchcraft trials. Others ...
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The Wizard and the Witch by Oberon and Morning Glory Zell – Ravenheart

The Wizard and the Witch by Oberon Zell

Some people fall into Magick quite unexpectedly. Others read about the subject and become enthralled by it whilst many  take ...
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