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The Shaman’s Oracle by John Matthews and Wil Kinghan provides a unique take on oracles by drawing on the traditions of ancient shamans.
In By Wolfsbane and Mandrake Root, Mélusine Draco sets out to reintroduce poisonous plants into the arsenal of witches who have forgotten them.
The Celtic Tarot by Kristoffer Hughes and Chris Down draws upon a rich folklore replete with heroic and mysterious characters, quests, and magick.
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 Lunar Nomad Oracle differs from a traditional Lenormand deck in that there are seven additional cards, and the artwork is more richly embellished.
Whispers of Healing Oracle is a deck with deep healing and insightful messages.
Occulture: The Unseen Forces that Drive Culture Forward is a collection of essays and lectures that set out to explore the places where the magical bleeds into the cultural, influences it, and leaves it both changed and charged.
The New Nourishing is authored by Leah Vanderveldt, whose guiding principles are: no calorie counting, and no thinking of food in terms of guilt.
Earth: Astrology’s Missing Planet: Reconnecting with Her Sacred Power promises astrology as a new frontier for study and exploration.
Princess stories are passee, and a new role model for young girls in on the rise: the warrior goddess!