The Witches' Almanac: Issue 37, Spring 2018 to 2019

The Magic of Plants

Author: Andrew Theitic

Publisher: The Witches’ Almanac

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 208

View: 271

Founded in 1971, The Witches’ Almanac is a witty, literate, and sophisticated publication that appeals to general readers as well as hard-core Wiccans. At one level, it is a pop reference that will fascinate anyone interested in folklore, mythology, and culture; at another, it is the most sophisticated and wide-ranging annual guide available today for the mystic enthusiast. Modeled after the Old Farmers’ Almanac, it includes information related to the annual moon calendar (weather forecasts and horoscopes), as well as legends, rituals, herbal secrets, mystic incantations, interviews, and many a curious tale of good and evil. Although it is an annual publication, its subject matter is timeless—only about 15 percent of the content is specific to the date range of each issue. The theme of Issue 37 (Spring 2018–Spring 2019) is the magic of plants. Also included are the following articles: “Sigil Witchery,” “The Witch of Hadley,” “SeerStones,” “Astrological Plant Remedies,” “Pomba Gira,” “Coffin Ring,” and “Coefficient of Weirdness, Part 2.”

The Witches' Almanac: Issue 38, Spring 2019 to Spring 2020

Animals: Friends and Familiars

Author: Andrew Theitic

Publisher: The Witches’ Almanac

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 208

View: 665

Founded in 1971 by Elizabeth Pepper, the long-time art director of Gourmet magazine, The Witches’ Almanac is a witty, literate, and sophisticated publication that appeals to general readers as well as hard-core Wiccans and magicians. On one level, it is a pop reference that will fascinate anyone interested in folklore, mythology, and culture, but on another, it is the most sophisticated and wide-ranging annual guide available today for occultists and mysticism enthusiasts. Modeled after the Old Farmers’ Almanac, it includes information related to the annual moon calendar (weather forecasts and horoscopes), as well as legends, rituals, herbal secrets, mystic incantations, interviews, and many a curious tale of good and evil. Although it is an annual publication, only about 15 percent of the content is specific to the date range of each issue. The theme of Issue 38 (Spring 2019 to Spring 2020) is Animals: Friends and Familiars. Also included are the following articles: “Beer and Witches,” “Gargoyles,” “Horseshoes,” “Transgender in the Craft,” and “Coefficient of Weirdness, Part 3.” New authors include Sorita d’Este, Lon Milo DuQuette, David Rankine, and Mat Auryn.

The Witches' Almanac, Issue 37, Spring 2018-2019

The Magic of Plants

Author: Andrew Theitic

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser

ISBN:

Category: Moon

Page: 208

View: 985

Founded in 1971, The Witches' Almanac is a witty, literate, and sophisticated publication that appeals to general readers as well as hard-core Wiccans. At one level, it is a pop reference that will fascinate anyone interested in folklore, mythology, and culture; at another, it is the most sophisticated and wide-ranging annual guide available today for the mystic enthusiast. Modeled after the Old Farmers' Almanac, it includes information related to the annual moon calendar (weather forecasts and horoscopes), as well as legends, rituals, herbal secrets, mystic incantations, interviews, and many a curious tale of good and evil. Although it is an annual publication, its subject matter is timeless--only about 15 percent of the content is specific to the date range of each issue. The theme of Issue 37 (Spring 2018-Spring 2019) is the magic of plants. Also included are the following articles: -Sigil Witchery, - -The Witch of Hadley, - -SeerStones, - -Astrological Plant Remedies, - -Pomba Gira, - -Coffin Ring, - and -Coefficient of Weirdness, Part 2.-

The Witches' Almanac, Standard Edition: Issue 39, Spring 2020 to Spring 2021

Stones – The Foundation of Earth

Author: Theitic

Publisher: The Witches’ Almanac

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 208

View: 829

Founded in 1971 by Elizabeth Pepper, the art director of Gourmet magazine for many years, The Witches’ Almanac is a witty, literate, and sophisticated publication that appeals to general reads as well as hard-core Wiccans. At one level, it is a pop reference that will fascinate anyone interested in folklore, mythology and culture, but at another, it is the most sophisticated and wide-ranging annual guide available today for the mystic enthusiast. Modeled after the Old Farmers’ Almanac, it includes information related to the annual Moon Calendar (weather forecasts and horoscopes), as well as legends, rituals, herbal secrets, mystic incantations, interviews and many a curious tale of good and evil. Although it is an annual publication, much of the content is both current and timeless - not specific to the date range of each issue. The theme of Issue 39 (Spring 2020 – Spring 2021) is Stones – the Foundation of Earth. Also included are articles on: Celestial Powers: Lightning Gods, Bolts from the Blue; Gargoyles; How to work with the Spirits of the Land; The Art of Embodying Godforms in Ritual; Holey Stones; Borges Beasts and much more.

The Witches' Almanac, Spring 2020 to Spring 2021

Stones - the Foundation of Earth

Author: Theitic

Publisher: Witches' Almanac

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 208

View: 896

Founded in 1971 by Elizabeth Pepper, the art director of Gourmet magazine for many years, The Witches' Almanac is a witty, literate, and sophisticated publication that appeals to general reads as well as hard-core Wiccans. At one level, it is a pop reference that will fascinate anyone interested in folklore, mythology and culture, but at another, it is the most sophisticated and wide-ranging annual guide available today for the mystic enthusiast. Modeled after the Old Farmers' Almanac, it includes information related to the annual Moon Calendar (weather forecasts and horoscopes), as well as legends, rituals, herbal secrets, mystic incantations, interviews and many a curious tale of good and evil. Although it is an annual publication, much of the content is both current and timeless - not specific to the date range of each issue. The theme of Issue 39 (Spring 2020 - Spring 2021) is Stones - the Foundation of Earth. Also included are articles on: Celestial Powers: Lightning Gods, Bolts from the Blue; Gargoyles; How to work with the Spirits of the Land; The Art of Embodying Godforms in Ritual; Holey Stones; Borges Beasts and much more.

Rainbow Witch Almanac 2019

Author: Nixie Vale

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 238

View: 523

The Ramblings of a Rainbow Witch's 2019 Almanac is bigger and better than ever. It contains information and dates for the Sabbats, Retrograde Phases, Moon Phases, Moon Names. Birthstones and much, much more. The Ramblings of a Rainbow Witch Almanac was born from a love and passion for Paganism and Witchcraft. There isn't an Almanac out there like this one, and what makes it unique is that it is suitable for everyone, new and experienced and for those in both Hemispheres. The Almanac also contains information on magical aspects of the days of the week and the times of the day. Colour is important to the Rainbow Witch and she has opened the door for others to learn about colour magic, it's uses and it's beauty. Do you want an Almanac with a difference? This is the Almanac for you!

Sounds of Infinity

Author: Lee Morgan

Publisher: The Witches’ Almanac

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 280

View: 369

This story about faerie began as a vision. In his newest work, Lee Morgan follows a cacophony of visions with sharp, bright edges to them that have lain claim to his heart and hands. In what is clearly a work of the heart, Lee bypasses rational intellect guiding the reader to experience the touch, scent and feel of the Faerie Faith through symbol and suggestion. Sounds of Infinity is divided into three parts, the work of the Head, the work of the Heart and the work of the Hands. The second is a work of occult fiction that meditates upon the themes discussed in Part One in the form of a woven narrative. The final part is a practical grimoire that leads the reader through the door to physically manifests the vision they have shared in parts one and two. This is not just a book, but an experience, one which culminates not at the end of reading the volume but in the consummation known in the art of ritual.