Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Author: Deborah Blake
Reviewed for Netgalley
Connect with your witchy self every day using small, easy, and fun practices. This book features quick and meaningful ways to integrate witchcraft into your daily life, inspiring you to take your magick to a new level whether you're a beginning or experienced practitioner.
Deborah Blake guides you on a journey through the Wheel of the Year, providing witchy wisdom, affirmations, spells, questions to ponder, and much more. From connecting with nature to connecting with deities, A Year and a Day of Everyday Witchcraft explores a variety of modern Pagan practices to help you get more in touch with your personal path of witchcraft.
My Short and Sweet Review:
More Wiccan Info which is good to have if your into that sort of thing... not anymore but good source of information!
Author: Silver RavenWolf
Reviewed for Netgalley
The Witching Hour—that moment when every fiber of your beings says, "This is the time to do the magick, the ritual, the enchantment for what I need." It could be dawn, a misty twilight, or the deepest, darkest inky night. It's a time when all of your being urges you to get up, get moving, and get working! Confidence that you can easily step from the problem at hand to the success that you desire seething around you. And you know, to the depths of your soul, it is time for magick! The moment of your own power has matured!
This is a book of magic—formulas and techniques for working with herbal blends and powders, techniques for connecting to the ultimate oneness of universe, inspiration for deepening your magical work and seeing your intentions become real changes in the world.
My Short and Sweet Review: A quick look thru of the newest Wiccan Books is always a good time in my life, years ago I was really into this but times have changed... but that doesn't mean I won't stop checking them out. Nice Book!
Monday, June 26, 2017
Author: Michael Furie
Reviewed for NG
Description: (found on the book's site!)
Celebrate the wheel of the year and the Wiccan sabbats with recipes, spells, and rituals prepared using items commonly found at the supermarket. This book features a complete year's worth of magical items and practices; all the needed ingredients are at your local store and just as effective as rarer ones.
Organized by season, Supermarket Sabbats focuses on seasonally relevant spells, recipes, and formulas as well as a full ritual for each of the eight sabbats. Michael Furie combines ancient knowledge and traditions with twenty-first-century methods, providing you with the best of both worlds. Discover prosperity magic cleansings, blessings and banishing of negativity, and more, that builds upon the energies of the sabbats.
My Short and Sweet Review: I was more into Wiccan when I was younger but this book was interesting because you could find ingredients in your very own supermarket in your neighber and not look like a goober getting them. Because when I was young I would get the looks... I live in a very christian town where Wiccan Shops don't survive so this was a really good book to look through and read and next time I'll be ready! This book is going to be out to pick up on Oct 8th so get your own copy!
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