Book review of (the visually gorgeous!) The Occult Book: A Chronological Journey from Alchemy to Wicca by John Michael Greer.
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.
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.
An honest book review of The Simplicity of Cozy by Melissa Alvarez, a hygge, coziness, and spirituality centred book for those looking for ways to live a cozier life.
Adore Hocus Pocus more than Winifred Sanderson yearns to be young again? Simply curious to know more about this beloved 1993 Disney Halloween movie? Read on for my in-depth review of the book Hocus Pocus in Focus by Aaron Wallace, which dishes all the (graveyard) dirt on this awesome family film.
Witchcraft: A Handbook of Magic Spells and Potions by Anastasia Greywolf is a captivatingly beautiful looking book, but it's contents are apt to surprise many. In this book review post, I provide a frank view on what is really going on behind this title's eye-catching cover.
What do green witchcraft, nature magick, outdoor-focused Paganism and a love of the natural world all have in common? Besides being awesome, they're areas that are covered extensively in author Rachel Patterson's fantastic book, Witchcraft into the Wilds, which I review in this post.