Reviews Archive

Hekate, by Vivienne Moss

By Daleth West
In this devotional to Hekate, author Vivienne Moss shares thoughts and feelings on the

Impressionist Tarot

By Marjorie Jensen
Inspired by the 19th century art movement, The Impressionist Tarot lends itself to creative

Animal Messengers, by Regula Meyer

By Tabitha Dial
Animal Messengers may be a useful resource for anyone interested in wildlife and symbol

Enochian Magic and the Higher Worlds, by John DeSalvo

By J Simpson
Enochian Magic and the Higher Worlds is not only a useful addition to an

A Kitchen Witch’s World of Magical Food, by Rachel Patterson

By Susan Starr
For the practicing witch, A Kitchen Witch's Book of Magical Food is like a

World of Dust, by Joel Biroco

By Psyche
Joel Biroco's work has always been powerful, but World of Dust haunts.

The Theban Oracle, by Greg Jenkins

By Freeman Presson
The 24 stones of the Theban alphabet, plus a blank, are associated with various

Magic Without Mirrors, by David Conway

By Mike Gleason
Even if you think you know everything about the relationship between the "real world"

The Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need, by Joanna Martine Woolfolk

By Kalagni
When it comes to this book, I would say if you’re getting into astrology

Stones of the Seven Rays, by Michel Coquet

By Freeman Presson
If you like the Eastern and Theosophical sources, or you want to have every

The Secret History of Poltergeists and Haunted Houses, by Claude Lecouteux

By Sheta Kaey
The Secret History of Poltergeists and Haunted Houses seeks to inform, not entertain, and

The Witches’ Almanac, Issue 33

By Freeman Presson
The Witches' Almanac, Issue 33 Spring 2014-2015: The Mystic Earth, edited by Andrew Theitic