Friday, January 14, 2022 Lisa Mc Sherry

Greetings from the New Calendar Year!

Whether you're sweltering in a super hot summer, or shivering in the unusual cold, the Review Circle has put together a great collection of items you might just be interested in looking at as you while away the time.

This month we offer you:
Writual Planner 2022
Artio and Artaois: A Journey Towards the Celtic Bear Gods (Pagan Portals)
Contemporary Witchcraft: Foundational Practices for a Magical Life
Pure Magic Oracle: Cards for Strength, Courage and Clarity
The Egyptians (Pantheon)
Magick from the Mat: Using Yoga to Enhance Your Witchcraft
Raven Goddess: Going Deeper with the Morrigan (Pagan Portals)
A Spell in the Forest: Book 1 - Tongues in Trees
Blodeuwedd: Welsh Goddess of Seasonal Sovereignty (Pagan Portals)
The Hedgewitch's Little Book of Spells, Charms, & Brews
New World Witchery: A Trove of North American Folk Magic
Dare to Be A Green Witch: The Grounded Goodwife's Guide to Wellness & Healing
The Horned God of the Witches
Open Your Third Eye: Activate Your Sixth Chakra & Develop Your Psychic Abilities
The Art of Scrying and Dowsing: Foolproof Methods for ESP and Remote Viewing
Ask the Witch Tarot 

Last month we offered:

Sun Sign Karma: Resolving Past Life Patterns with Astrology
No Time But Eternity (CD)
Temple of the Bones: Rituals to the Goddess Hekate (Pagan Portals)
7 Day Chakras: Daily Energy Work to Balance Your Life
Journeys with Plant Spirits: Plant Consciousness Healing and Natural Magic Practices
Do I Have to Wear Black? : Rituals, Customs & Funerary Etiquette for Modern Pagans
Super Tarot: Interpret the Cards Like a Pro
The Scent of Lemon & Rosemary: Working Domestic Magic with Hestia

Stay safe; stay healthy!

~Lisa
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