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Practical Astrology for Witches and Pagans is a book to grow with.
WomynSpirit Festival is intimate and relaxed, and is perfect for anyone looking for an introduction to paganism and Wicca from a feminist perspective.
The Toronto Pagan Harvest Festival reminded me just how important these gatherings are for the Pagan community.
I recommend Mabon: Ritual, Recipes & Lore for the Autumn Equinox to anyone wanting an intensive on Mabon.
Brigid: History, Mystery, and Magick of the Celtic Goddess is both a reflection of Weber’s experience and a guide book for the budding devotee.
The Witch's Oracle is a solid deck for beginners, either to the Craft or to working with cards.
The Witch’s Eight Paths of Power is one of the best books for a novice witch to learn about the philosophy, practice and ethics of magick and witchcraft.
Freemasonry's influence may have gone largely unacknowledged, though it, too, at times, has existed as a conduit for ideas and traditions.
The Book of Lies contains everything you need to get caught up on the magical developments of the last 150 years.
Yvonne Aburrow hopes that Wicca will become more inclusive of people with disabilities, people of colour, and gender and sexual diversity.
Voices of the Sacred Feminine is a collection of 40 interviews and guest essays on Rev. Dr. Karen Tate’s Internet radio show of the same name.
Keeping with tradition, Ostara is a great time for spell work involving new beginnings, birth, fertility, children and love.