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The art of Tarot and the art of the tattoo have separate, storied histories shrouded in both mystery and misunderstanding, so it’s naturally enchanting to see them brought together in this rich, new deck from Laurence King Publishing, titled Tattoo Tarot: Ink & Intuition.
Encounters with Nature Spirits by R. Ogilvie Crombie immediately takes you out of your head and transports you into the woods.
Keeping Her Keys by Cyndi Brannen is an introduction to Hekate with a overview and brief history of how Hekate has been perceived over time.
Opening the Akashic Records discusses the vast ethereal library of cosmic knowledge that has existed as long as life itself.
What is Modern Witchcraft includes 11 essays written from Celtic and English traditions, from classic to contemporary witchcraft.
Energy Medicine for Animals: The Bioenergetics of Animal Healing will offer information, advice and techniques to further your practice.
The Fraternitas Saturni by Stephen E. Flowers is the fourth revised and enlarged edition and it explains the origins of the order.
Poppets and Magical Dolls by Lucya Starza includes projects for the beginner witch to get started making poppets.
There’s a trend in witch lit towards treating witchcraft as a form of self-care. Light Magic for Dark Times is the zenith of that trend.
Stones of the Goddess inspired by a desire to explore “the connections between the Divine Feminine and the mineral kingdom.”
Before reading Hellenismos: Practicing Greek Polytheism Today by Tony Mierzwicki, my knowledge of ancient Greek religion was pretty spotty.
If you have a fondness for faeries, you will enjoy Faery Blessing Cards: Healing Gifts and Shining Treasures from the Realm of Enchantment by Lucy Cavendish. Each card portrays a unique image of a faery in her element