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Llewellyn’s 2024 Witches’ Calendar
Dance to the Seasons’ Natural Rhythms with this Beloved Witchcraft Calendar
Jazz up your new year with Llewellyn’s 2024 Witches’ Calendar. Featuring magnificent scratchboard art by Jennifer Hewitson and seasonal spells by skilled practitioners, this calendar has been the first choice for Witches and Pagans everywhere for more than twenty-five years.
Plan your most enchanting year yet with information on planetary motions–including retrogrades–and correspondence tables for working powerful magic. This bestselling calendar also features the Moon’s signs and phases, daily color correspondences, solar and lunar eclipses, lunar gardening tips, and Celtic tree months so you can live your best life. Includes US, Canadian, and Pagan holidays.
January: One-Year Divination – Kate Freuler
February: First Flowers – Elizabeth Barrette
March: Psychic Bath Spell – Mat Auryn
April: Spontaneity with the Fool – Raechel Henderson
May: Rowan Protection Charm – Mhara Starling
June: Liminal Solstice Energy – H. Byron Ballard
July: Sidewalk Chalk Magic – Diana Rajchel
August: Sun Salutation – Raven Digitalis
September: Apple Love Sachet – Jason Mankey
October: Quitting Cleanly – Melissa Tipton
November: Land Acknowledgment – Blake Octavian Blair
December: Simple Blessings – Barbara Moore
Witches&Pagans #39 Between the Worlds
Focus on Fairy, Cunningfolk, and Celtic Lands
- Christopher Penczak: Music of the Spheres and The Eternal Choir.
- Archer: Mysteries of the starry night.
- Hecate Demetersdatter: Maybe it is time that we became re-enchanted.
- Jamie Della: Cannabis: a healing ally for our times.
- Diotima Mantineia: Wisdom of Saturn and Uranus in a time of profound change.
- Ivo Dominguez, Jr.: Travelling between the worlds.
- Mat Auryn: Unlocking the mysteries of the Witch’s mind.
- Stephanie Rose Bird: Make Magic with Lightning Water
- Sara Amis: Casting a circle is a do-it-yourself Crossroads spell.
- Deborah Blake: Energy work for witches
Llewellyn’s 2023 Witches’ Spell-A-Day Almanac
Spellcasters of all levels enjoy the 365 spells in Llewellyn’s annual Spell-A-Day Almanac. These easy bewitchments, recipes, rituals, and meditations are designed to be used for the areas of life that need the most magical attention: love, health, money, protection, home and garden, travel, and communication. This year’s spells are written by popular magical thought-leaders like Mat Auryn, Blake Octavian Blair, Kate Freuler, Devin Hunter, Amanda Lyn and Jason Mankey, Astrea Taylor, and Tudorbeth.
You will also discover beginner-friendly advice on the best time, place, and tools for performing each spell, as well as daily color and incense recommendations and astrological data to enhance each day’s magic.
Llewellyn’s 2022 Witches’ Companion: A Guide to Contemporary Living
With more than two dozen enlightening and inspiring articles that explore modern Witchcraft topics and magical techniques, Llewellyn’s 2022 Witches’ Companion is a must-have for today’s practitioners. This collection presents some of the finest writers and compelling subjects that will empower your life and improve your community.
The Witches’ Almanac, Standard Edition: Issue 39, Stones:The Foundation of Earth
Founded in 1971 by Elizabeth Pepper, the art director of Gourmet magazine for many years, The Witches’ Almanac is a witty, literate, and sophisticated publication that appeals to general reads as well as hard-core Wiccans. At one level, it is a pop reference that will fascinate anyone interested in folklore, mythology and culture, but at another, it is the most sophisticated and wide-ranging annual guide available today for the mystic enthusiast.
Modeled after the Old Farmers’ Almanac, it includes information related to the annual Moon Calendar (weather forecasts and horoscopes), as well as legends, rituals, herbal secrets, mystic incantations, interviews and many a curious tale of good and evil. Although it is an annual publication, much of the content is both current and timeless – not specific to the date range of each issue.
The theme of Issue 39 (Spring 2020 – Spring 2021) is Stones – the Foundation of Earth. Also included are articles on: Celestial Powers: Lightning Gods, Bolts from the Blue; Gargoyles; How to work with the Spirits of the Land; The Art of Embodying Godforms in Ritual; Holey Stones; Borges Beasts and much more.
The Witches’ Almanac: Issue 38, Animals: Friends and Familiars
Founded in 1971 by Elizabeth Pepper, the long-time art director of Gourmet magazine, The Witches’ Almanac is a witty, literate, and sophisticated publication that appeals to general readers as well as hard-core Wiccans and magicians. On one level, it is a pop reference that will fascinate anyone interested in folklore, mythology, and culture, but on another, it is the most sophisticated and wide-ranging annual guide available today for occultists and mysticism enthusiasts.
Modeled after the Old Farmers’ Almanac, it includes information related to the annual moon calendar (weather forecasts and horoscopes), as well as legends, rituals, herbal secrets, mystic incantations, interviews, and many a curious tale of good and evil. Although it is an annual publication, only about 15 percent of the content is specific to the date range of each issue.
The theme of Issue 38 (Spring 2019 to Spring 2020) is Animals: Friends and Familiars. Also included are the following articles: “Beer and Witches,” “Gargoyles,” “Horseshoes,” “Transgender in the Craft,” and “Coefficient of Weirdness, Part 3.” New authors include Sorita d’Este, Lon Milo DuQuette, David Rankine, and Mat Auryn.
Witches&Pagans #38 Magic of the People
Witches&Pagans #38 – Magic of the People: Folk Magic & Conjure
Folk magic is simply the magic of the people: down-to-earth, pragmatic practices that address everyday human needs. In this issue of Witches&Pagans we share the experiences of all kinds of Pagans & Heathens: witches, conjure practitioners, artists, writers, artisans, and others, making magic with what they have to benefit themselves, their friends & families, and their communities.
Our columnists weigh in on all kinds of magic, devotion, and practice.
- Christopher Penczak — Mysteries of the Sovereign.
- Jamie Della — Face your fears with Aspen.
- Hecate Demetersdatter — The rules of witchcraft: none. And Mason jars.
- Deborah Blake — In Spring, looking towards the Harvest to come.
- Diotima Mantineia — If you want to live in a better world, now is the time to up your magical game. (The stars are on your side.)
- Archer — The fresh water spring is where above and below come together.
- Ivo Dominguez, Jr — Working locally is at the heart of Folk Magic.
- Sara Amis — Folk Magic is based on finding power in the ordinary material world.
- Mat Auryn — Hitting the Books: An introduction to Bibliomancy.
- Thorn Mooney & Eurus offer answers to your witchy questions. In this issue: “What is the difference between folk magic and witchcraft.
HORNS Issue #6 Halloween Anniversary Edition 2019 (18+ NSFW)
Happy Anniversary to HORNS and a very happy Samhain to you all!
Check out all the sexy ghouls that came through the veil for this issue, we’ve got zombies and vampires and werewolves galore!
HORNS had the privilege of sitting down with a soon-to-be legend among Gay Occultists, Storm Faerywolf, and discussed his path as well as what he is crafting for the future.
Read how the Minoan Brotherhood was formed and the legacy of this issue’s FAGGOD Eddie Buczynski
Atropa has whipped up some appropriate kitchen witchery to warm you up this autumn!
Learn about the history of the Jack-o-Lantern by Mat Auryn.
As this is the time to honor those who’ve passed on, in HORNS’ Halloween edition we have a special ceremony to call and praise the ancestors of Queer Witches.
HORNS Issue #5: Summer Solstice 2019 (18+ NSFW)
Happy Summer Solstice fellow Queer Occultists!
In this issue of HORNS Magazine:
Read about the founder of the Minoan Brotherhood, Eddie Buczynski
Read about the dark side of Ganesha (by Mat Auryn)
Have a seat with Christopher Penczak and learn about the Temple of Witchcraft
See our sexy Incubi all tied up, celebrating Gay Pride on the Astral Planes, and lost in Eden
Concoct some summer brews with some kitchen witchery!
HORNS Issue #4 : Winter Solstice 2017 (18+ NSFW)
On this Winter Solstice, HORNS Magazine competes with Boreas winter winds!
Read about the history of Krampus (by Mat Auryn)
Read about greasing your broomstick and further your mastery of the Tarot.
Take a peek into using edging for scrying and chapter two of DEMON SHOCK.
HORNS Issue #3: Halloween 2017 Anniversary (18+ NSFW)
Happy Anniversary HORNS Magazine!
In this issue learn about Harry Hay, founder of The Mattachine Society and The Radical Faerie Movement!
We interview Mat Auryn of Patheos Pagan!
See our Blood Whore of a Vampire and horny Occultists!
MAGICK Magazine – Issue 7
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