Add a little magic to each day in 2011. The quick and easy spells in this almanac make it perfect for beginning spellcasters and busy Witches. Cast a shadow spell, make a protection charm, scry with a magic mirror--the bewitchments, recipes, rituals, and meditations in Llewellyn's Witches' Spell-A-Day Almanac help you use the unique energies of each day and season to gain skill in your Craft and enhance your life. For your convenience, the 365 spells are cross-referenced by purpose: love, health, money, protection, home and garden, travel, and communication. This handy spellbook features space for notes and a wealth of spell-crafting essentials so you can create your own spells. Planetary influences for each day * The Moon's sign and phases A glossary of magical terms * Pagan holidays and lore Color and incense correspondences for each day Timing tips to add planetary power to your spells The magical workings in this spellbook were composed by many of your favorite Witches and writers: Chandra Alexandre, Elizabeth Barrette, Castiel, Dallas Jennifer Cobb, Raven Digitalis, Ellen Dugan, Abel R. Gomez, Ember Grant, James Kambos, Sharynne MacLeod NicMhacha, Paniteowl, Susan Pesznecker, Diana Rajchel, Laurel Reufner, and Tess Whitehurst. ~ 10th Year of Publication! ~
Author: Barbara Ardinger
Release Date: 2018-07-08
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Enjoy a new spell every day with Llewellyn's 2019 Witches' Spell-A-Day Almanac. Spellcasters of all levels can enhance their daily life with these easy bewitchments, recipes, rituals, and meditations. These 365 spells--supplied by popular magic practitioners like Melanie Marquis, Deborah Blake, Devin Hunter, Elizabeth Barrette, and Storm Faerywolf--require minimal supplies and are helpful for every occasion. For convenience, the 365 spells are cross-referenced by purpose, including love, health, money, protection, home and garden, travel, and communication. Discover beginner-friendly advice on the best time, place, and tools for performing each spell. Apply daily color and incense recommendations and astrological data to enhance each day's magic. And with space to jot down notes, this unique spell book can be used as a Book of Shadows.
Whether you want to make changes within yourself, in your relationships, or in the world around you, Llewellyn's Spell-A-Day Almanac features easy and effective magical workings to help you manifest your intentions. These quick charms and enchantments are written for both beginners and more experienced practitioners, and address important topics for a successful life: love, health, money, protection, home and garden, travel, and communication. Use the convenient cross-reference table to quickly find the spells you desire, or follow along day by day and work the spells that are most relevant to you. Perfect for beginners and more experienced practitioners, this collection of magical materials also includes daily color and incense recommendations, a glossary of magical terms, lore and traditions for each month, space for notes, and moon signs and phases.
Discover new perspectives on the energy of the seasons and the magical power of the cycles of the earth. Llewellyn’s Sabbats Almanac features more than fifty articles exploring a blend of contemporary ideas and old-world wisdom, sharing tips, techniques, and insights to help you achieve your magical goals and connect more deeply to the divine. Contributors include Melanie Marquis, Michael Furie, Corrine Kenner, Charlie Rainbow Wolf, Natalie Zaman, Suzanne Ress, Kristoffer Hughes, Blake Octavian Blair, Linda Raedisch, Deborah Castellano, Susan Pesznecker, and more. Includes more than fifty articles written for newcomers and experienced Witches: Creative, low-cost arts and crafts projects Best plants for Sabbats rituals Simple recipes for delicious appetizers, entrees, beverages, and desserts Astrological influences with full and new moon rituals Extended rituals for groups and individuals Journal pages for keeping track of your festival plans and memories Fascinating Pagan folklore and customs
Featuring favorite authors Penny Billington, Natalie Zaman, Deborah Blake, Michael Furie, Susan Pesznecker, Tess Whitehurst, Melanie Marquis, and more A measure of magic for a spirited year Discover ideas and techniques for transforming your life with the enchanted world of magic. A trusted companion for practitioners of a wide variety of magical paths, Llewellyn's 2017 Magical Almanac shares wisdom, stories, and spells in nearly three dozen articles, exploring everything from the magic of trees to fairy roads to performing a psychometric reading. Also included is an insightful calendar section—shaded for easy "flip to" reference—featuring world festivals, holidays, and the 2017 sabbats. Astrological information plus incense and color correspondences are included to empower your magical work. Bring your spiritual practice down to earth with money magic, witch jars, and Himalayan salt Focus on your social life and your inner life with protection magic for city dwellers, social media magic, and the characters that appear in your dreams Activate your sense of taste and smell with the magic of coffee, essential magical herbs, magical soups and salads, and the energetic properties of incense Published annually for twenty-seven years
Discover unique perspectives on the magic of life’s journey with Llewellyn’s 2018 Magical Almanac. Inspiring all levels of magical practitioners for more than twenty-five years, this almanac features nearly three dozen compelling articles, exploring a variety of topics, such as creating a well-stocked magical cupboard, dealing with invasive spirits, evolving a ritual circle, and using keys and handkerchiefs as magical objects. Also included is a helpful calendar section—shaded for easy “flip to” reference—featuring world festivals, holidays, and the 2018 sabbats. Filled with practical spells, rituals, astrological information, and incense and color correspondences, this almanac will empower your magical work all year long. Explore the history and lore of garden creatures? • ?Use dowsing in your daily practice to divine helpful information and find items •? Fuel your inner fire by working with the Goddess of the Eternal Flame? • ?Connect with nature and transform spiritually through a ritual for inner healing
Author: Andrew Theitic
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
Release Date: 2017-09-01
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.-
Today’s busy Witches can stay on top of it all—the magical and the mundane—with Llewellyn’s Witches’ Datebook, now featuring enchanting illustrations from award-winning artist Kathleen Edwards. Add a little magic to each day and keep pace with the ever-turning Wheel of the Year with this indispensable, on-the-go tool. You’ll find fun, fresh ways to celebrate the sacred seasons and enhance your practice—inspiring Sabbat musings (Elizabeth Barrette), tasty Sabbat recipes (Magenta Griffith), Moon rituals (James Kambos), and animal magic (Lupa). For spellwork, there’s astrological information and daily colors. Also included are in-depth articles on charming jewelry (Ellen Dugan), a Witch’s mini herb garden (Deborah Blake), spontaneous divining (Autumn Damiana), spellcraft on the fly (Marion Sipe), and more.
Author: Andrew Theitic
Publisher: The Witches’ Almanac
Release Date: 2016-09-01
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
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 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, but at another, it is the most sophisticated and wide-ranging annual guide available today for the mystical 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, only about 15 percent of the content is specific to the date range of each issue. The Witches’ Almanac features more than 140 pages of interesting and timeless articles about witchcraft, magic, herbalism, charms, spells, and related topics written by authors from the witchcraft and magical communities. The theme of Issue 36 (Spring 2017 – Spring 2018) is Water: Our Primal Source. Included are “The Coffin Ring,” “A Beekeeper’s Year,” “The Margate Grotto,” “Speaking in Tongues,” “Poppets,” and “Thomas the Rhymer.”
Filled with fresh tips and provocative insights on the Craft, Llewellyn’s Witches’ Companion is a guide through diverse realms of practice. Discover dozens of articles to help you create intention, achieve balance, and cultivate the magical energy that’s woven into the world. Clean Eating for the Magical Practitioner Building a Magical Meditation Practice Crystal Magick Improve Your Concentration with Focal Jewelry How to Start a Pagan Blog Everyday Witchcraft Welcoming Newcomers to the Craft Exonerating the Warlock Features fantastic writing by many of today’s most innovative Witches and Pagans: Deborah Blake Tess Whitehurst Storm Faerywolf Emyme Ember Grant Jason Mankey Calantirniel Diana Rajchel Raven Digitalis and many more Also includes a sixteen-month calendar and lunar information for spellwork and rituals.
Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Correspondences is a clear, straightforward companion for Pagan and Wiccan ritual and spellwork. Entries are cross-referenced, indexed, and organized by categories and subcategories, making it easy to find what you need. This comprehensive reference provides a fascinating look at why correspondences are more than just lists of objects to focus intent on—they are fundamental to how we think. When we use correspondences, we weave together our ideas, beliefs, and energy, creating deeper meaning in our rituals and spellwork as we unite our individuality with a larger purpose. The use of correspondences embodies both physical and symbolic energy and provides the means for uniting the seen and unseen worlds. Packed with content yet easy to use, Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Correspondences covers traditional corre-spondences and also provides instruction for forging new ones that hold special meaning for you. Plants • Minerals • Animals • Deities • Zodiac • Moon Phases • Days and Times Ogham • Runes • Tarot • Elements • Numbers • Chakras • Colors • And More
Author: Natalie Zaman
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Release Date: 2016-07-08
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
An Herbal Infusion of Inspiration and All-Natural Wellness With recipes, crafts, gardening tips, and herbal lore, Llewellyn's Herbal Almanac is now in its 17th year of providing new ideas and perspectives for gardeners and herb lovers. Including recipes for cordials and infusions, cranberry ketchup, natural dyes, marzipan, salads, and more, this year's almanac will enrich your cooking and crafting with ingredients you've grown yourself. Dozens of articles also include health and beauty tips, natural pest control, and the ancient history of herbs. With hands-on projects and advice, this year's edition features articles on sage, poppies, nightshades, almonds, turmeric and saffron, useful weeds, raffia, and much more. Square-foot gardening for vegetables, herbs, and fruits in a small, low-cost, low-care garden Herb and spice substitutes—easy alternatives to more expensive sources Creating an herbal insectary and working with beneficial insects that act as natural pesticides Plant therapy—low-stress techniques to improve your mental state The history and lore of herb names Herbs for teens to transition smoothly into adulthood Simple recipes for bath and body products
Author: Frater Barrabbas
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Release Date: 2017-02-08
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
The greatest Witches of legend and folklore practiced their craft through spirit conjuration and employing a familiar spirit. Now, centuries later, this art, once the supposed proclivity of ceremonial magicians, can be acquired and mastered by Modern Witches using only the enhanced tools and methodologies that they already possess. Without having to invest a lot of time, money and effort, the average Modern Witch can adopt certain practices and techniques to safely and competently perform invocations, evocations and travel the Spirit World like the Witches of legend. Author, Witch and Ritual Magician, Frater Barrabbas has distilled his over 30 years of research and practice to develop a methodology that will help Modern Witches to practice formal techniques of spirit conjuration. In this book he has described a system of Witchcraft based magic that he himself has used and perfected over the decades, and now has written it up into a complete and concise book that anyone can use to become a proficient conjuring Witch. Spirit Conjuring for Witches is an exciting new addition to books on applied Witchcraft. It contains a complete system for invoking or evoking any spirit, and how to apply that “human to spirit” relationship to ultimately master both the Spirit World and the material world. The following topics, and much more, are covered in this work: Key to Spirit Conjuration – Godhead Assumption Doorway to the Spirit World and Spirit Travel Five Step Method for Performing an Invocation or Evocation for Any Spirit How to Safely Handle Fallen Spirits and Goetic Demons The Spirit Pact – Establishing Boundaries and Measuring Success How to Develop Your Own Rituals for Spirit Conjuring