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Review: Anatomy of a Witch

I find myself very grateful to be alive at the same time as Laura Tempest Zakroff. It’s hard for me… Read More

Review: The Witch’s Path

You aren’t necessarily getting training on “how to be a witch” or “how to cast spells.” What you are getting… Read More

Review: The Horned God of the Witches

Jason Mankey leaves no stone unturned in his quest to uncover the Horned God of the Witches, as he follows the… Read More

Review: Do I Have To Wear Black?

Do I Have to Wear Black?: Rituals, Customs & Funerary Etiquette for Modern Pagans by Mortellus is a highly uncommon… Read More

Review: The Four Elements of the Wise

Most books on the subject of the elements provide only a superficial understanding of these forces that serve as a… Read More

Review: A Kitchen Witch’s Guide to Recipes for Love & Romance

When I  think of Kitchen Witches, Dawn Aurora Hunt is the person who comes to my mind first. She is… Read More

Review: Liber Kthonia

Jeff Cullen is one of those individuals who seems to have a Midas Touch, and I equate his name with… Read More

Review: Weaving Fate

After reading and loving Aidan Wachter’s Six Ways: Approaches & Entries for Practical Magic, I was extremely excited when he had… Read More

Review: Liminal Spirits Oracle

I’m a huge fan of Laura Tempest Zakroff’s work; both her writing and her artwork. So I was thrilled when… Read More

Review: Year of the Witch

The key to the heart of witchery lies in authentic connection. But many witches feel disconnected with the traditional Wheel of the Year due to either its religious tones or because the seasonal celebration of the Sabbats… Read More