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Witchcraft in America by Peggy Saari

Review: Witchcraft in America portrays itself as an overview of Paganism in America from the 1600s to modern day. However, this is very misleading. The book is divided into three section: An Overview, Primary Sources, and Biographies. The first two … Continue reading

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Llewellyn’s 2017 Magical Almanac: Practical Living for Everyday Living

Rating:  I absolutely loved this book. This is the first almanac I’ve ever bought, but I will definitely be buying one each year. The book contains several articles by different people about different things related to paganism and new age … Continue reading

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Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs by Scott Cunningham

Rating:  I’m definitely adding this book to my wish list. Has a lot of good information in it about Herbs and their uses. Cunningham is very down to earth and practical in his writing. Would recommend this book to anyone … Continue reading

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Five Minute Meditation: Mindfulness, Stress Relief, and Focus for Absolute Beginners by Lisa Shea

Rating:  This book is really short, but really good. It’s a great introduction to meditation for those who have never done it before. I took her advice and tried it after I read the book and it was very easy. … Continue reading

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The Tarot: History, Symbolism, and Divination by Robert M. Place

  Rating:  I’m giving this book 5 stars. I absolutely loved it. He starts out with a detailed history of Tarot cards and then goes into great depth on each card and what it represents. I will be using his … Continue reading

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Wicca: A Beginner’s Guide to Witchcraft, Spells, Rituals, History, Magick, Herbs, and Much More by Lucilla Olson

Rating:  I really liked this book, but there were quite a few grammatical errors. I don’t think it went through editing before it was published. That aside, this book is a great introduction to Wicca. For being less than 100 … Continue reading

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