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S. Kelley Harrell's Runic Book of Days is a refreshingly sincere and thoughtful way to learn about runs for Heathens.
Crystal Clear: Change Your Energy, Heal Your Life by Golnaz Alibagi has certainly piqued my crystal curiosity once again.
Everyday Tarot: Unlock your Inner Wisdom and Manifest your Future by Brigit Esselmont is a tarot workbook that goes beyond a guidebook.
In You Are Magical, Tess Whitehurst offers an introduction to "the fundamentals of living a magical life."
In Psychedelic Mystery Traditions, Thomas Hatsis argues that humans have always sought to alter their consciousness using pharmka.
John Bauer’s art lends itself perfectly to the world of the tarot due to its creative mythology and fantastic landscapes.
Hoodoo Sen Moise explores the origins and practice of hoodoo rootwork in Working Conjure: A Guide to Hoodoo Folk Magic.
The Tarot de la Nuit began when Alexandra V. Bach and Carole Anne Eschenazi created a universe where darkness revealed its beauty and purity.
Michael Orland Yaccarino offers tarot lovers a book exclusively focused on the process of self-reading in Heart Vision: Tarot’s Inner Path.
In The Miracle Club, Mitch Horowitz deep dives into the New Thought movement -- tracing its roots and its earliest proponents.
Barbara Meiklejohn-Free, Flavia Kate Peters and Kate Osborne combined their wisdom to create Dark Goddess Oracle to illuminate the shadow.
In Healing Your Attachment Wounds: Create Deep and Lasting Intimate Relationships, Diane Poole Heller explains attachment and how it forms.