Book Review: The Way of the Water Priestess by Annwyn Avalon

About the Author Annwyn Avalon is a Water Witch, Water Priestess, and the founder of Triskele Rose Witchcraft, an Avalonian witchcraft tradition. She has devoted her life to the study of art, witchcraft, and magic. She is an initiated Witch and Priestess, Reiki Master Teacher, award-winning Dancer, published author and has a BFA in sculpture, …

Book Review: The Wiccan Book of Shadows by Ambrosia Hawthorn

About the Author Ambrosia Hawthorn is a traveling eclectic pagan, astrologer, and card slinger with indigenous roots in Yup’ik shamanism and Puerto Rican folk magic. She is the founder of Wild Goddess Magick, a witchcraft blog, and the editor of Witchology Magazine. She discovered her practice at the age of 13, and has been studying …

Book Review: The Twelve Faces of the Goddess by Danielle Blackwood

About the Author Danielle Blackwood is the bestselling author of The Twelve Faces of The Goddess: Transform Your Life with Astrology, Magick and the Sacred Feminine (Llewellyn, 2018). Her work appears regularly in The Llewellyn’s Witches’ Datebook, The Witches’ Calendar, and The Magical Almanac. She is also a professional astrologer and Registered Counselor (RTC). Her …

The Runic Odyssey Oracle Deck by Eva Lee D.

Deck Review: The Runic Odyssey Oracle by Eva Lee D.

The Runic Odyssey Oracle is nothing short of magical! I have been looking forward to working with this deck for quite some time, and when I finally held them in hand and flipped through the cards for the first time, I knew this deck was something special. Now, divination has always been a keen interest …

Book + Deck Review: The Illustrated Crystallary by Maia Toll

About the Author Maia Toll is the best selling author of the Indie Award and Nautilus Award winning book The Illustrated Herbiary. While published in 2018, the seeds for The Illustrated Herbiary and the other books in The Wild Wisdom Series (The Illustrated Bestiary, October 2019 and The Illustrated Crystallary, September 2020) were planted years earlier when …

Book Review: Orishas, Goddesses, and Voodoo Queens by Lilith Dorsey

About the Author Lilith Dorsey hails from many magickal traditions, including Celtic, Afro-Caribbean, and Native American spirituality. Her traditional education focused on plant science, anthropology, and film at the University of Rhode Island, and the University of London. Visit her at LilithDorsey.com. About Orishas, Goddesses, and Voodoo Queens Lilith Dorsey’s eagerly-anticipated Orishas, Goddesses, and Voodoo Queens is absolutely essential …

Book Review: Witchcraft Activism by David Salisbury

About the Author David Salisbury teaches Wicca- and witchcraft-based topics throughout the mid-Atlantic region. He currently lives in Washington, D.C., where he works to co-facilitate Firefly, a national Wiccan tradition, and head up the Firefly House, the largest Pagan organization in the mid-Atlantic region with nearly six hundred members. About Witchcraft Activism It is no secret …

Book Review: Yoga for Witches by Sarah Robinson

About the Author Sarah Robinson is a yoga and meditation teacher based in Bath, UK. Her background is in science; she holds an MSc in Psychology and Neuroscience and has studied at Bath, Exeter and Harvard Universities. Sarah has practiced yoga since the age of seven. Weaving in her love of all things myth, magic …

Book Review: The Magical Writing Grimoire by Lisa Marie Basile

About the Author Lisa Marie Basile is the founding creative director of Luna Luna Magazine, a popular magazine and digital community focused on literature, magical living, and identity. She is the author of several books of poetry, as well as Light Magic for Dark Times, a modern collection of inspired rituals and daily practices. She’s written for …

Book Review: Water Witchcraft by Annwyn Avalon

About the Author Annwyn Avalon is a witch and priestess, and the founder of Triskele Rose, an Avalonian witchcraft tradition. Annwyn writes The Water Witch blog and is an award-winning, internationally known dancer with a repertoire of water and mermaid themed belly dance performances.  About Water Witchcraft Water Witchcraft is the book that I didn’t even know I was …

Celebrating the Beauty of Beltane

Spring is here in the Northern Hemisphere! As the mercury rises, nature’s beauty is on display; flowers unfurl in vibrant shades, greenery becomes full and lush, and wildlife emerges from their wintertime hibernation. While these things are cause for celebration in and of themselves, it is also the time of year for my personal favorite …

Book Review: Intuitive Witchcraft by Astrea Taylor

Astrea Taylor’s Intuitive Witchcraft beckons you into the wild woods of witchery to forge a unique path that is personally meaningful, empowering, and inspiring. Regardless of whether or not you choose to follow a formalized witchcraft tradition, intuition is an indispensable tool as you continually learn and grow your craft – and this book provides a masterful, …

3 Ways to Keep Calm and ‘Witch On’ While Practicing Social Distancing

As a natural introvert and a self-proclaimed “homebody,” many of the behaviors currently being recommended by governments around the world to prevent the spread of COVID-19 come oh-so-naturally to me: stay home as much as possible, keep 2 meters / 6 feet away from others when in public spaces, and avoid crowds. However, even with …