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Review: Nock, The Wiccan Year

Nock, Judy Ann. The Provenance Press Guide to the Wiccan Year: Spells, Rituals, and Holiday Celebrations. (Provenance Press, 2007.) Paperback, 252 pages. Possibly the two most common ideas that authors, editors, and publishers use to organize written material on Wicca … Continue reading

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Review: Cunningham and Harrington, The Magical Household

Cunningham, Scott, and David Harrington. The Magical Household: spells & rituals for the home. Llewellyn, 1983. Paperback, 168 pages. I changed my mind: instead of going right into Ann Moura’s other book for review, we’ll do a little palate-cleanser by … Continue reading

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Review: Ann Moura, Green Witchcraft I and III

Moura, Ann (Aoumiel).Green Witchcraft: folk magic, fairy lore, & herb craft. Llewellyn, 1996. Paperback, 274 pages. Moura, Ann (Aoumiel). Green Witchcraft III: the manual. Llewellyn, 2000. Paperback, 238 pages. This is another double review, which is even more appropriate in … Continue reading

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Review: Patricia Telesco, 365 Goddess

Telesco, Patricia. 365 Goddess: a daily guide to the magic and inspiration of the goddess. Harper Collins, 1998. Paperback. No page numbers; approx. 350. This book is designed to be used as a daily devotional. Each date has a celebration, … Continue reading

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