The Celtic Tarot by Kristoffer Hughes and Chris Down draws upon a rich folklore replete with heroic and mysterious characters, quests, and magick.
Soul Whispering is a guide to navigate hardships, such as illness, loss of a job, or the death of a loved one, and emerge with a sense of enlightenment.
Rising Strong as a Spiritual Practice sounds like a simple, solid method for increasing mindfulness and responding to setbacks with more equanimity.
James Endredy shares his wisdom of shamanic practice in Advanced Shamanism.
I have complicated feelings about, The Satanic Tarot: Diabolical Adventures in Lesser Magic, both the deck and its accompanying book.
Lead singer of the Australian band Def FX and public witch Fiona Horne has released her latest book The Naked Witch: An Autobiography.
The Masonic Magician does a wonderful job of presenting the facts of Cagliostro’s life and allows readers to reach their own conclusions about the character the infamous Count Alessandro Cagliostro.
In Egregores, Mark Stavish argues these are restrictive forces from which we must be freed, and he suggests how we might do this.
The Lunar Nomad Oracle differs from a traditional Lenormand deck in that there are seven additional cards, and the artwork is more richly embellished.
In Indigenous Healing Psychology, Richard Kats integrates mainstream and Indigenous psychology in a way that can lead to profound healing.
Jason Louv's new book, John Dee and the Empire of Angels: Enochain Magick and the Occult Roots of the Modern World, is a departure from his previous works.
Jason Miller's The Elements of Spellcrafting is hugely valuable, and even necessary, for any occultist who intends to do spellwork.