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Marseille Tarot is one of the oldest and most distinct tarot decks in existence. The unique art seems simple, but this deck style holds many mysteries.
To read Betwixt and Between is to become enthralled in a lesser-known, authentically American Witchcraft tradition called Faery.
Witchy Mama incorporates nontraditional spirituality and magick into standard baby practices, making space for everyday magick.
Epic Tarot is a dark deck. Dark in the way that our true thoughts can be dark and, although it is set in a fantasy world, it is a very serious deck.
The image of the witch mixing potions and throwing in strange herbs and plants to make magical things happen is ubiquitous in our culture.
The Art of Shadowscapes Tarot is a fun coffee-table book, and makes a great addition to the libraries of tarot readers and artists, who want to know more about the process of creating a deck.
The Hidden Mandala Coloring Book will inject a bit of classical elegance and spiritual art into your colouring book collection.
For the Love of the Gods dives into the rich history of theurgy and the lessons we can learn from the past, above and beyond feast days and offerings.
Tarot is used for all types of things but it didn’t occur to me that the Modern Spellcaster’s Tarot would be more than an attention grabbing name.
Llewellyn's Complete Book of Chakras is comprehensive and will tell you almost everything you want to know about chakra energy.
Choosing a text to learn tarot from can be difficult when there is so much out there. Faced with multiple books, how will you make a choice?
Yasmin Henkesh’s Trance Dancing with the Jinn added a new spark to my autodidactic practice, while being clear and detailed enough for many novice dancers.