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Review: Bell, Book, And Camera

Heather Greene’s Bell, Book, and Camera: A Critical History of Witches in American Film and Television, is perhaps the only… Read More

Review: The Enchanted Candle

Lady Rhea has been a Gardnerian priestess since the 1970s and co-founded the Minoan Sisterhood. She’s been running occult shops… Read More

Review: Norse Witch

Norse Witch: Reclaiming the Heidhrinn Heart by Connla Freyjason is a channeled book on Heathenry through Michelle Iacona. Before I begin… Read More

Review: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

I don’t normally review comic books – in fact, I think that this is my first, and anything with the… Read More

Review: Italian Folk Magic

Italian Folk Magic: Rue’s Kitchen Witchery is a fantastic book and one I’ve really been wanting someone to write. Mary-Grace Fahrun… Read More

Review: Encyclopedia of 5,000 Spells

Someone recently asked what everyone’s favorite spell book was. This is so easy for me. I think the Encyclopedia of 5,000… Read More

Review: Six Ways

Aidan Wachter’s Six Ways: Approaches & Entries For Practical Magic is really unique in its undertaking. He breathes new life into the… Read More

Review: The Rede of the Wiccae

During the 1960s and 1970s, many folks came forward stating that they came from a long line of witchcraft that… Read More

Review: Traditional Wicca

Traditional Wicca: A Seeker’s Guide by Thorn Mooney is one of those books that I’m surprised hadn’t been written before, but… Read More

Review: The Stars Within The Earth

Many people may be familiar with Storm Faerywolf’s Betwixt & Between, which in my opinion was one of the best occult… Read More