Impressively intermingled and linked, the various forms of Witchcraft, neo-Paganism, and Goddess worship can be a complex topic to navigate. The books here provide a great deal of background and insight as to the history and practice of these faiths, as well as more modern methods of worship, ritual, and magic.
Animal-Speak by Ted Andrews Now, for perhaps the first time ever, myth and fact are combined in a manner that will teach you how to speak and understand the language of the animals in your life.
If Gerald Brosseau Gardner is the father of the religion that calls itself Wicca, then Charles Godfrey Leland is the grandfather of Witchcraft as a religion in the English-speaking world, and his small book, Aradia, is that religion's birth-announcement. It is the first work in English in which Witchcraft is portrayed as an underground old religion,...
Book of Pagan Rituals by Herman Slater: This is a straightforward book of spells and rituals, providing a wealth of information for any Pagan seeking to work for the good of the self or humankind.
Book of Pagan Prayer by Ceisiwr Serith: A unique collection of nearly 500 prayers written to fulfill the needs of contemporary Pagans from a variety of traditions, this is a book to turn to again and again.
Book of Shadows by Lady Sheba: Llewellyn announces the exciting re-release of what many consider to be authentic holy book of Wicca. Lady' Sheba's The Book of Shadows was the first Book of Shadows ever published in the United States.
Buckland's Book of Gypsy Magic by Raymond Buckland revives the beliefs, spell-craft, and healing wisdom for the Romani people by weaving together lore, legend, and practices.
Learn the ways of magic and healing from the living, oral tradition of Appalachian Conjure in The Candle and the Crossroads. Orion Foxwood offers a primer on the real magic and techniques of Southern root magic, knowledge he learned first-hand growing up in rural Appalachia.
Cunningham's Book of Shadows (hard cover) by Scott Cunningham: Containing the spells, rituals, and invocations used by Scott Cunningham in the early 1980's, features his familiar, positive and encouraging voice, providing a down-to-earth approach to living the Craft.
Offered as a collection for the first time ever, Scott Cunningham’s essays, spells, and rituals—originally published in the first editions of Llewellyn’s Magical Almanac—grace this book of magical writings penned in the early 1990s. New and longtime fans of Cunningham will delight in the author’s timeless wisdom on perennially popular topics such as the...
Earth, Air, Fire & Water by Scott Cunningham A continuation of the best-selling Earth Power, this book from Scott Cunningham helps you tap into the powers of the natural world with rites, spells, and simple rituals. Includes 75 spells, rituals and ceremonies.
Raven Grimassi revised and expanded the award-winning Encyclopedia of Wicca and Witchcraft. Presenting Wicca and Witchcraft as a spiritual path, it details European folklore and western Occultism and how they are relevant to the Craft.
With nearly 200 spells, including corresponding candle colors, herbs, gemstones, and oils to help focus your will more effectively, Everyday Witch A to Z Spellbook by Deborah Blake is a great resource for any Witch.
This beautiful book of poetry by Penny Novack is a unique collection of lively poetry and prose. Read it and find yourself drawn into the author's world, experiencing every blade of grass and every dip and valley of each mountain chain.
This complete book of shadows contains a variety of rituals with circle casting, a ritualistic feast, and a ritual of circle opening. The Grimoire for the Green Witch also contains spell casting, tarot, divinations, herbal teas, oils, baths and more!
From the birch to the willow, Sharlyn Hidalgo invites you to walk in the footsteps of the druids and enrich your life with the sacred power of trees. This wise and inspiring book will introduce you to all fifteen revered trees of the Celtic Tree Calendar and their unique gifts of healing, guidance, and higher consciousness. Progress through the calendar...
Begin the exploration of your Inner Temple through the four introductory chapters and 13 lessons that start with basic meditation techniques and culminate within a rite of self-initiation with The Inner Temple of Witchcraft.
Scott Cunningham brings us deeper into the exploration of Wiccan spirituality with Living Wicca, which discusses daily prayer and meditation, how to make offerings, and other Wiccan rites.
What is Reiki? How has this Japanese healing tradition evolved over the years? How are modern magick practitioners using Reiki energy in their spells and rituals? Christopher Penczak answers these questions and more in his groundbreaking examination of Reiki from a Magickal perspective. The history, mythos, variations, and three degrees of Reiki are...
Choose the best essential oils for your creative and magical mixing with this straightforward, hands-on guide. Through step-by-step instruction on how to measure, mix, and assess blends, you’ll move beyond following others’ recipes and into creating your own oil combinations. Mixing Essential Oils for Magic offers everything you need to understand not...
Each month your energy levels wax and wane just as the Moon does, sometimes urging you to start new projects and other times easing you towards quiet and contemplation. Whether the Moon is making you feel adventurous and productive or dreamy and lethargic, you can use its energy to work for you instead of against you. In this enduring classic, bestselling...
This traditional, Eastern art of healing, Mudras, Yoga in Your Hands describes positions for your hands and fingers, intended to help you recharge your personal energy reserves and heal stress, anxiety, and more.