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The Magdalene, by Lars Muhl

The Magdalene, by Lars Muhl

The Magdalene is the second book in Lars Muhl’s O Manuscript trilogy, which seeks to uncover the truth about Mary Magdalene.
Alice:The Wonderland Oracle Cover

Alice: The Wonderland Oracle

Lucy Cavendish and Jasmine Becket Griffith have revamped a timeless classic in Alice: The Wonderland Oracle.
Happier Now, by Nataly Kogan

Happier Now, by Nataly Kogan

Happier Now isn’t about learning how to live a life in which you are happy, without pain, sadness, or struggle. It is a guide to resilience.
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I Ching Oracle Cards

I Ching Oracle Cards by Lunaea Weatherstone attempts to simplify this traditional Chinese system of divination with mixed results.
Messanger Oracle App by Ravynne Phelan

Messenger Oracle App

The Messenger Oracle App is suitable for beginners or more experienced readers, and makes a great digital deck to take with you.
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Animal Allies and Gemstone Guardians

The cards in Animal Allies and Gemstone Guardians are designed to connect you to your guardian animal and link you to your resonating gemstone.

Harmonic Origins of the World, by Richard Heath

In his latest book, The Harmonic Origins of the World, Richard Heath illuminates ancient mysteries revealed within megalithic monuments such as Stonehenge.
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A Year of Living Happily, by Lois Blyth

A Year of Living Happily is based on the idea we should make a conscious effort to appreciate the good things and think in a positive way.
Holy Rascals clown

Holy Rascals, by Rami Shapiro

In Holy Rascals, Rabbi Rami Shapiro describes those who give humour to spirituality, not to destroy faith, but to show the ridiculousness involved.
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(h)Aurorae, by Gabriel McCaughry

(h)Aurorae, Gabriel McCaughry's visual Gnostic Luciferianism grimoire, aids readers on the path of initiation.
Shaman's Oracle deck

Shaman’s Oracle

The Shaman’s Oracle by John Matthews and Wil Kinghan provides a unique take on oracles by drawing on the traditions of ancient shamans.

By Wolfsbane and Mandrake Root, by Mélusine Draco

In By Wolfsbane and Mandrake Root, Mélusine Draco sets out to reintroduce poisonous plants into the arsenal of witches who have forgotten them.