Monday, July 18, 2022 Lisa Mc Sherry

Even as we navigate through the height of summer -- this midpoint between the summer solstice and the fire festival of Lammas -- we turn our attention to a new batch of offerings from our publishing partners. This month the Review Circle offers you:

Metaphysical Animals: How Four Women Brought Philosophy Back to Life
Loki and Sigyn: Lessons on Chaos, Laughter & Loyalty from the Norse Gods
Seeking Faery: An Introduction to the Hidden World of the Fae
Witches, Heretics & Warrior Women: Ignite Your Rebel Spirit through Magick & Ritual
Story Compass: An Unprecedented Journey of Discovery with Myth and Life
The Flowering Wand: Rewilding the Sacred Masculine
Tarot Priestess: Using the Cards to Heal, Grow & Serve
Ask the Witch Tarot
The Witch's Book of Simples: The Simple Arte of Domestic Folk Medicine
Answering the Call of the Elementals: Practices for Connecting with Nature Spirits

Last month we offered:

Mirror, Mirror: The Astrology of Famous People and the Actors Who Portrayed Them
Genius of the Fern Loved Gully: The Supersensual Life of Ithell Colquhoun Artist and Occultist
Yoga of Courage and Compassion: Conscious Breathing and Guided Meditation
Ritual as Remedy: Embodied Practices for Soul Care
The I Ching Oracle: A Guide Through the Human Maze
The Art of Lithomancy: Divination with Stones, Crystals, and Charms (Pagan Portals)
Serpent's Doom (Zodiac Mysteries #4)
North Sea Water in My Veins: The Pre-Christian Spirituality of The Low Countries
Archetypal Tarot: What Your Birth Card Reveals About Your Personality, Path, and Potential
The Path of Elemental Witchcraft: A Wyrd Woman’s Book of Shadows

May the summer's warmth give you the strength to accomplish what you need to do!

~Lisa

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