Did you know that Icelandic magic is fascinating? Here’s how I found out that it is!

Author Sandra Kynes is back with all the magic of the stars. And I toss in an almost entirely unrelated contest.

A spell a day keeps exactly what away? I’m not sure, but Cassandra Eason’s “A Spell a Day” is a keeper!

Dayna Winters, Patricia Gardner, and Angela Kaufman, authors of “Wicca: What’s the Real Deal?”, are back with an excellent follow up, “Sacred Objects, Sacred Space”.

I love books that inspire and Maggie Oman Shannon’s “Crafting Calm: Projects and Practices for Creativity and Contemplation” does just that.

Judy Hall’s latest book uses crystals to take us on exciting adventures!

We are up to our armpits in gems and stones people! We’ve got two books in one with Isidore Kozminsky’s “Crystals, Jewels, Stones: Magic & Science” and Stuart Weinberg’s “Crystals and the New Age” together and we’ll be comparing it to Claude Lecouteux’s “Lapidary of Sacred Stones” from the last post.

Do you know what a Smaragdus is? Or a Lapidary for that matter? Click on in for gems and stones Claude Lecouteux style.

Thanks to Marc Allen and New World Library I get my grubby little hands on some Israel Regardie!

Today we’ll be looking at “Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Correspondences: A Comprehensive & Cross Referenced Resource for Pagans & Wiccans” by Sandra Kynes. Whew! Try saying THAT three times fast!

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