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    Book Review – Book of Shadows and Light by Lucy Cavendish

    Book Review Book of Shadows and Light by Lucy Cavendish 268 Pages     …. This Book of Shadows and Light is dedicated to the reclaiming of magick. Every mark you make within it is a mark of dedication to your soul. When you make your mark within these pages, you will generate the courage to realize your potentials, the ability to create what your soul desires and the power to see how free and string you truly are…..(Dedication page) The Book of Shadows and Light by Lucy Cavendish is a beautiful addition to the catalogue of books and journals to be used as a BOS (Book of Shadows). Photos…

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    Book Review – Everyday Magic: Rituals, Spells & Potions to Live Your Best Life by Semra Haksever

    Book Review Everyday MagicRituals, Spells & Potions to Live Your Best Life by Semra Haksever 160 Pages   I was lucky enough to receive a copy of this beautiful book to review. It was written by Semra Haksever, and illustrated by Nes Vuckovic. Published in 2018 by Hattie Grant Books. This book is 160 pages long and is full of magical information and lots of spells & recipes you can use. Upon opening the cover the first page states “ACTION + INTENTION= MAGIC”, and I know this book and I are gonna get along. This is a very aesthetically pleasing book in my opinion as well. It’s a small square…

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    Book Review – The Morrigan: Celtic Goddess of Magick and Might by Courtney Weber

    Book Review The Morrigan: Celtic Goddess of Magick and Might by Courtney Weber 240 Pages     ….Goddess of war, witchcraft, death, protection and retribution, the Morrigan is one of Pagan Ireland’s most famous-and notorious-Goddesses… There are books that are few and far between that give the appropriate balance of myth, historical context and a deepened relationship with the Deity of focus, and The Morrigan: Celtic Goddess of Magick and Might by Courtney Weber, is indeed among those titles. I would have expected nothing less from Courtney having had the pleasure of reading her other titles, Brigid: History, Mystery, and Magick of the Celtic Goddess and Tarot for One: The…

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    MagickalArts

    Creating Sacred Space The Experience of Sacred Space makes possible the “founding of the world”: where the sacred Manifests itself in space, the real unveils itself, and the world comes into existence … Mircea Eliade … What is Sacred Space? Read and re-read the quote above. Take it into your space of meditation. Analyze, dissect and observe it from all angles, perspectives and meaning. Try to feel the weight and breath of its meaning and allow the words to gently wash over you. Digest it and then simply sit with the feeling of satiety its inner essence provides. And, once you have done these things, redo them, one by one.…

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    Book Review – Travelling the Fairy Path by Morgan Daimler

    Book ReviewTravelling the Fairy Pathby Morgan Daimler 289 Pages   Travelling the Fairy Path is a fun and educational resource to guide you on the Fairy Witchcraft Path. If you are just curious about the “Good People”, or have been working with them all along, you will find insight from Morgan Daimler, although, I would not consider this a “Beginners” book. It is not a long text, coming in at 288 pages, however there is a multitude of information waiting for you. This includes a chapter length autobiography on Daimler, in which she introduces herself as well as some of her qualifications. This, in my opinion, is to demonstrate her…

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    Notes from the Apothecary

    Notes from the Apothecary: Hyacinth   The hyacinth is a flowering plant which grows from a bulb. It has beautiful clusters of fragrant flowers and is very popular during the holiday season and spring. This easy to grow plant has a wealth of history and mythology, and could bring a touch of magic into your home as well as a blast of floral colour and fragrance.   The Kitchen Garden Hyacinths are poisonous so aren’t grown for culinary purposes. They contain oxalic acid, a compound that causes skin irritation externally. If taken internally it can cause: Damage to mucous membranes Damage to respiratory tract Wheezing Shortness of breath Laryngitis Inflammation…

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    Peeking in the Shadows; Crafting a Book of Shadows and Light

    Welcome to Peeking in the Shadows. This monthly column will give you everything you need to create or to add to an existing Book of Shadows and Light – aka. BOS. This month is a quick-look at what a BOS is and what it may contain. We’ll go through in more depth these and other components in future months. But for now…. A Book is Not (Always) Just Another Book As you continue on the pagan path you will want to create a Book of Shadow and Light. This is essentially a journal or guide that holds special Quarter Calls, rituals, information and results of herbs used, incense recipes, spell work,…