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    Book Review – Love Magic: A Handbook of Spells, Charms, and Potions by Anastasia Greywolf

    Book Review “Love Magic: A Handbook of Spells, Charms, and Potions” by Anastasia Greywolf Published by Wellfleet Press Copyright May 29, 2018 Pages: 256 This book is marketed to “help readers navigate through their amorous adventures,” such as people hoping to “catch that person you’ve been secretly in love with for the past five months” and to help when “an unrequited crush is not getting your subtle hints.” In her introduction, Anastasia Greywolf, a practicing witch and herbalist and a founding member of the Coven of the Moonbeam Ravine, states, “Whether you want to find ‘the one’ or simply make your pets love each other, get rid of a bad…

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    Book Review: The Bed by Laura Perry

    Book Review The Bed By Laura Perry   Having ready and enjoyed Laura Perry’s non-fiction work, I was excited by the thought of a novel by the same accomplished writer. However, I had no idea what to expect. What took me by surprise were delightfully real characters, a magical story full of occult surrealism and a page turner that I literally couldn’t put down. I’ll try to avoid spoilers as I review this great piece of ‘witch lit’, as I really want you all to go and read it for yourselves! Relatable The first thing that struck me was how relatable Laura’s characters are. The dysfunctional family. The best friend…

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    Review of Void of Course Moon Calendar App on the Galaxy S9+

    Void of Course Moon Calendar Installed May 29,2018 I have both a Kindle Fire and a Samsung Galaxy S9+. This review is for the one that is on the Galaxy S9+. I honestly looked for one in the Amazon Kindle Appstore. They don’t have one. They have all kinds of tarot, astrology and meditation apps, but nothing on the moon void of course. I will keep everyone up to date on when they get one. (I don’t know anything about doing an app, so I won’t be the one creating it. LOL) Here is the Link to It in the Google Play App Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.astrolreport.moonvoc&hl=en_US The author, Geoff Cooper, has…

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    Tea Time Reviews & Conversations with the Fair One

    Welcome to our newest review column! I’m the Fair One and I’m pleased to bring you wonderful products from Pagan Owned businesses you may not have heard of, but SHOULD! I will inform you about the wonderful product I will be reviewing, then next, the business owner and I have a great conversation about their shop, products, ideas, and more. So sit back, have a nice cup of tea with me and let’s open the door to our first shop!   Persephone’s herbal learning box This month, over a nice cup of hot brew I am opening up the from Persephone’s herbal shop. The box itself is lovely, with a…

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    Worth the Witch

    Goodbeing   “Healthy Beauty & Natural Wellness Delivered” but do they? Goodbeing is a Monthly Subscription Box with an average value of $45-$65 dollars per box. Members get to choose 1-2 products each month and every box comes with 4-5 expertly chosen, personalized items. Goodbeing offers two types of Monthly Boxes for you to choose from. They have a box titled Beauty for $24.95 a month which exclusively features beauty products only. This box can contains anything from nail polish, to toners, and bath teas to lip care. Make-up and body wash galore!! The second box they offer is titled Lifestyle and it differs in the fact that it contains…

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    WitchCrafting: Crafts for Witches

    Claws with Crystals Merry meet. “Bones are a type of fetish,” Sarah Anne Lawless posted on her website. “A fetish is ‘an object regarded with awe as being the embodiment or habitation of a potent spirit or as having magical potency (source).’ The word fetish originates from the French fétiche which stems from the Portuguese word feitiço meaning ‘charm’ or ‘sorcery.’ Feathers, bones, crystals, and stones are all types of fetishes. Skulls and bones have an appeal to witches who perform spirit work and are a necessary and simple way to connect with spirits of the dead and of animals. “Working with bones is not just for necromancers and black…

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    Gael Song

    Lughnasa Lughnasa is my very favorite spirit time of year. The solstice/equinox and cross-quarter days mark the cosmic openings of the eight basic aspects of spirit in all things, shifts that are quite powerful. If you are into feeling energy or spirit, these can easily be felt. The masculine openings occur at sunrise, the feminine at sunset on the eve of each holy day. Early in each year, at Imbolc, this spirit opening feels like a baby, a little Girl. Then comes the Boy of the Vernal Equinox, the Virgin Girl and Boy of Bealtaine and Midsummer, the mother and father of Lughnasa and the Autumnal Equinox, the Grandmother at…