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What is Modern Witchcraft?, edited by Trevor Greenfield

What is Modern Witchcraft includes 11 essays written from Celtic and English traditions, from classic to contemporary witchcraft.
Bonfire, photo by Tim Difford

Tending Brigid’s Flame, by Lunaea Weatherstone

If you are called to Brigid in some way, Tending Brigid’s Flame will be a useful guide for finding different ways to engage with her.
Fairies by Morgan Daimler

Fairies, by Morgan Daimler

Morgan Daimler's Fairies: A Guide to the Celtic Fair Folk provides insight into the captivating Celtic folklore of the faery realm.
Pumpkins, photo by Caleb Woods

Samhain: History and celebration

There's no denying that for Pagans, witches, and occultists, Samhain is a favourite of the eight holidays that make up the Wheel of the Year.
Celtic Tarot HP

Celtic Tarot

The Celtic Tarot by Kristoffer Hughes and Chris Down draws upon a rich folklore replete with heroic and mysterious characters, quests, and magick.
Blessed Be Cards

Blessed Be Cards

My experience with different oracle decks is gradually growing and is not as extensive as my experience and engagement with tarot, but Blessed Be resonated with me.
The Cailleach by Rachel Patterson, reviewed at Spiral Nature

The Cailleach, by Rachel Patterson

I was very excited by the prospect of The Cailleach -- as someone with a connection with her, I know how hard it is to find information on her.
Earth Wisdom Oracle

Earth Wisdom Oracle

When I saw the box art and sample images for the Earth Wisdom Oracle, I was immediately enchanted. I knew right away that this was a deck that would resonate with me.
Instant Tarot: Your Complete Guide to Card Reading, by Monte Farber, Amy Zerner

Instant Tarot, by Monte Farber and Amy Zerner

It’s almost hard to imagine a new angle on card interpretation, but in Instant Tarot Monte Farber and Amy Zerner have found an interesting one. Their focus here is card positioning -- where the card sits within a layout. It sounds deceptively simple but it’s innovative and new for the genre.
Bridget Engels with pentagram, photo by Bridget Engels

The Morrigan: A dark moon meditation

Get comfortable and release all your cares and concerns from the day. Gently go within. We are going on a dark moon journey with the Morrigan.
Smoky altar, photo by Bridget Engels

The Morrigan’s magick: Preparing ritual work with the goddess

I call on the Morrigan when I need to fight a personal battle, and to transform challenge into blessings. The Morrigan goes by many names.
Ancient Celtic dolmen from Poulnabrone, Ireland. Photo credit: Nicolas Raymond

Gods and Goddesses of Ireland, by Morgan Daimler

Pagan Portals puts out some of the best introductory books on Paganism, and Gods and Goddesses of Ireland by Morgan Daimler is an excellent addition.

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