Saturday, May 29, 2021 Lisa Mc Sherry

Just as Mercury goes retrograde, our May update is launched. It's a small one this month, reflecting the return of many of my reviewers to something closer to "normal" as the world opens up again. A month-long family emergency has had me distracted, so I'll be doing extra reviews to make it up in June.

For now, please enjoy this month's offerings:

Annual Predictive Techniques
Sacred Hags Oracle
Calix Meus Inebrians (CD)
Sacred Energies of the Sun & Moon: Shamanic Rites of the Curanderismo
Nature Spirit Tarot

Last month, we offered:

The Virtual Pagan 2.0
WitchCraft Cocktails: 70 Seasonal Drinks Infused with Magic & Ritual
Mountain Conjure & Southern Root Work
Personal Magic: A Modern-Day Book of Shadows for Positive Witches
Blackthorn's Botanical Brews: Herbal Potions, Magical Teas, Spirited Libations
Queering Your Craft: Witchcraft from the Margins
The Big Book of Pagan Prayer & Ritual
Magickal Mediumship: Partnering with the Ancestors for Healing & Spiritual Development
Year of the Witch: Connecting with Nature's Seasons through Intuitive Magick

May the blossoming spring ease gently into your fecund summer!



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