In the spirit of the upcoming sabbat of Imbolc, which is closely linked to candles and light, we are exploring the subject of candle magick and spellwork, complete with a sizable list of candle magick books.
Let's get the ball rolling on 2022 by exploring the wonderful topic of personal power animals via an in-depth book review of Spirit Animal Guides by Chris Luttichau.
An in-depth review of the cold weather perfect book, Celtic Folklore Cooking by Joanne Asala. This title houses 200+ recipes alongside captivating Celtic folklore, proverbs, and history.
Book review of (the visually gorgeous!) The Occult Book: A Chronological Journey from Alchemy to Wicca by John Michael Greer.
Every wanted to learn more about the Pagan sabbats and wondered what kinds of books were out there on the topic? Wonder no more, as I've put together the ultimate list of Pagan sabbat books for your reading pleasure.
Rarely do I encounter a book that so skillfully and beautifully marries wellness, philosophy, and serenity as A Mindful Evening by David Dillard-wright. Naturally, I had to review it here and share about this excellent title with all of you.
The return of clear (snow-free!) nights in which the moon's glow is often abundantly visible again inspired me to write this detailed review of the book The Moon + You by Diane Ahlquist.
From faery magick to stargazing, the inner lives of trees to delicious picnic recipes, in this post we explore 25 books that a fantastic fit for the Pagan sabbat of Beltane.
Book review post featuring an in-depth author interview with Tenae Stewart about her stellar debut title: The Modern Witch's Guides to Magickal Self-Care.
Signs and symbols fill our daily lives, from traffic signs to emojis, but when did the use of signs begin, what did early signs mean, and how did their development help to radically shape the course of human development and history? In this post, I'll give you a Pagan witch's honest review of The First Signs: Unlocking the Mysteries of The World’s Oldest Signs by Genevieve von Petzinger, a book which centers on these very questions.