Thursday, January 12, 2023 Lisa Mc Sherry

It seems like each Gregorian new year is greeted with a sense of "how is it *this* year already?" Do you find that as well? When I was younger I felt that the year 2000 was an impossible distance away (yes, I'm that old), but here we are nearly a quarter-century past that marker. The holiday season's mad rush and excitement is over and we look ahead to the truly quiet time of the year. It's a time for nestling in and keeping warm.

The Review Circle has a great collection of items for you to peruse, perhaps with a cup of hot cocoa?

The Book of Mermaid Magic: Healing, Spellwork & Connection with Merfolk
This Book Will Motivate You: 100 Ways to Kick-Start Your Life Goals
Entering Hekate’s Cave: The Journey Through Darkness to Wholeness
Radiant Circles: Ecospirituality & the Church of All Worlds
Ithell Colquhoun's Taro Deck
Earth Witch: Finding Magic in the Land
Witch Life: A Practical Guide to Making Every Day Magical
The Witch's Guide to the Paranormal: How to Investigate, Communicate, and Clear Spirits
Container Magic: Spellcraft Using Sachets, Bottles, Poppets & Jars
The Everyday Witch's Coven: Rituals and Magic for Two or More

Last month we offered:

Bird Magic: Wisdom of the Ancient Goddess for Pagans & Wiccans
Chasing the Dragons: An Introduction to Draconic Astrology (a second review)  
The Awake Dreamer: A Guide to Lucid Dreaming, Astral Travel, and Mastering the Dreamscape
Gently Haunted: True Stories from the Haunted Antique Shop
Reclaim Your Dark Goddess: The Alchemy of Transformation
Demeter (Pagan Portals)
The Witch’s Book of Numbers: Enhance Your Magic with Numerology
The Philosophy of Dark Paganism: Wisdom & Magick to Cultivate the Self
Travels Through Middle Earth: The Path of a Saxon Pagan
Medicine Wheel: Maps of Transformation, Wholeness and Balance

May you keep warm and cozy!

~Lisa

 

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