Ever since 1971, The Witches' Almanac has been the source of wisdom and magical lore for thousands of readers from all over the world. Originally modeled after the Old Farmer's Almanac, but with a bit of extra magic built-in, this book includes information related to the annual lunar calendar such as weather
forecasts and horoscopes, as well as legends, rituals, herbal secrets, interviews, and spells. 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 36 (Spring 2017 – Spring 2018) is Water: Our Primal Source. The almanac includes over 50 articles and stories. Paperback, 208 pages.
Discover new perspectives on the energy of the seasons and the magical power of the cycles of the earth. Llewellyn’s 2018 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. This edition covers Samhain 2017 through Mabon 2018. For each sabbat you will find 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 and more. Paperback, 312 pages
The 2018 edition is filled with fascinating and informative essays. The book is organized by theme: community forum, witchy living, witchcraft essentials, and magical transformations. Articles in the 2018 edition include Building a Magical Meditation Practice, How to Create an Altar for Every Room or Space, The Magick of Color, Staying on the Spiritual Wagon, How to Start a Pagan Blog, Hardware Store Magick and much more - over 2 dozen articles in all! Contributing authors include Deborah Blake, Tess Whitehurst, Storm Faerywolf, Emyme, Ember Grant, Jason Mankey, Calantirniel, Diana Rajchel, Raven Digitalis and more. Also featured is a sixteen-month calendar and lunar information to fuel your spell work and rituals. Paperback, 288 pages.
Stay organized and find new ways to live your craft all year long with Llewellyn’s 2018 Witches’ Datebook. Featuring beautiful illustrations, a variety of ways to celebrate the Wheel of the Year, and powerful wisdom from practicing witches, this indispensable, on-the-go tool will make your days more magical. In addition to artwork by Kathleen Edwards, favorite authors share their Craft wisdom with articles on a variety of helpful topics including making & dressing candles, sprucing up your ritual space, appreciating the sacred in all seasons and more. Contributing authors to the 2018 edition include Susan Pesznecker, Najah Lightfoot, Michael Furie, Lupa, and Deborah Castellano. Spiral bound paperback datebook measures approximately 5-1/2" wide by 8" high and has 168 pages.
As a dream diary, sketchbook, or mini Book of Shadows, the Cat's Eyes Journal is the perfect place to record your ruminations, insights, and experiences. The front, spine and back of the black cover are each adorned by the face of a black cat with amber eyes.Features of this portable book include a built-in fabric elastic band to keep the cover closed, a satin page marker, and a memo pouch on the inside back cover. Hardcover journal measures 4" by 5-1/2" and has 192 blank white pages.
A Witches Bible by well-known witches Janet and Stewart Farrar is one of the most comprehensive works on the principles, rituals and beliefs of Farrar's Alexandrian tradition. The book combines two previous titles ("Eight Sabbats for Witches" and "The Witches' Way") into one work. It covers all the necessary parts of witchcraft: The Sabbats, Casting & Banishing the Magic Circle, The Complete Book of Shadows, The Great Rite, Initiation Rites, Spells, Witches’ Tools, Running a Coven, Clairvoyance, Astral Projection, and more! Paperback, 349 pages.
Ray Buckland's first book on candle magick, Practical Candleburning Rituals, is the classic text on candle magick. This book picks up where the previous left off, taking you to the next level in the art of candle magick. The new rituals presented are powerful methods that go beyond simple spells. Here are new tools for the more advanced student of magick, presented in everyday language. Loaded with valuable tips, expert advice, and answers to the most commonly asked questions about magick, this book is an indispensable addition to anyone’s magickal library. Paperback, 265 pages.
Animal Speak combines myth and fact in a manner that will teach you how to speak and understand the language of the animals in your life. Author Ted Andrews teaches you how to meet and work with animals as totems and spirits by learning the language of their behaviors within the physical world. The book provides techniques for reading signs and omens in nature so you can open to higher perceptions and even prophecy. Paperback, 369 pages.
Of dubious origin and with no claim to antiquity other than purporting to incorporate the wisdom of the past, this famous book of "Black Magic" first surfaced at the end of the 18th century. Although many similar magical grimoires were published at the time - books containing ancient hidden knowledge, but with no traceable history - The Black Pullet remains the most outstanding of these works.The anonymous author disavows any connection to Black Magic, yet details the construction of a series of talismanic rings and their uses in magical practice. The various talismans purportedly assure the individual the use of unique powers such as proficiency in all spoken languages, the power to discover hidden secrets, and invisibility.The most wonderful ability granted by the talismans is the power to produce the Black Pullet, otherwise known as the hen that lays the golden eggs. The ability to master all "Secret Sciences" including necromancy and the conjuration of unseen spirits is granted to the person who achieves the manufacture of this incredible hen, along with the power to discover hidden treasures - a source of unlimited wealth.Paperback, 80 pages.
Filled with recipes and rituals, The Book of Kitchen Witchery
explores every aspect of “the good life” - from how to create an altar
as your personal power center to which herbs and plants have properties
to heal and how to cook enchanting meals for all occasions, along with
green Wicca ways to grow your own Garden of Eden. The kitchen of a witch
is a thing to behold—a sacred space where good health, abundance, luck,
and love can be conjured. Increase your bliss quotient with meditations, charms, folk
wisdom, and incantations along with instructive lore covering
astrological aspects, phases of the moon, candle color alchemy, and
exactly which domestic goddesses to invoke. The inspired ideas in this
practical guide will empower you to create a happy home filled with the
best kind of magic.Paperback, 144 pages.
The Book of Pagan Rituals is a straightforward book of spells, rituals, and information for any Pagan focusing solely on non-harmful magics for the good of the self and humankind. Paperback, 142 pages.
Llewellyn is pleased to bring back into print the book many consider
to be the authentic holy book of Wicca, the first Book of Shadows ever
published in the United States—Lady Sheba's Book of Shadows. Lady
Sheba was one of the first people in the United States to officially
establish the Craft as a legally recognized religion.
For generations, secret Craft teachings had been handed down by word
of mouth to new initiates. When Lady Sheba was initiated into her first
coven, she hand copied The Book of Shadows.
It was her wish that publication would bring to light the authentic
beliefs of Witchcraft and reestablish the respectability of this ancient
art. The Book of Shadows includes secret initiation rites, laws of the craft (162 total), eight ceremonies for the Sabbats, consecration rituals, invocations and chants/dances for calling on the gods.
In this guide to color magic, Richard Webster offers an astonishing number of ways to use color to your advantage. Webster begins with an overall picture of each color's major aspects - its psychological influence, healing qualities, emotional impact, and magical characteristics. From there, readers learn a multitude of color-based techniques involving astrology, the aura, candle magic, chakras, color rituals, crystals and gemstones, feng shui, flower magic, mandalas, meditation, numerology, and visualization. Learn how color can be used to attract good luck, reduce stress, solve problems, and magically enhance one's life in a variety of ways. Paperback, 264 pages.
Ray Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft is a complete self-study course in modern Wicca, written by the person who first went public with "The Old Religion" in the United States. This book is widely accepted to be the most complete resource to modern, non-denominational Wicca. For group or solitary use, it includes rituals; exercises for developing psychic talents; information on all major "sects" of the Craft; sections on tools, beliefs, dreams, meditations, divination, herbal lore, healing, ritual clothing; and much, much more. Completion of this book's fifteen lessons constitutes the equivalent of the Third-Degree in Witchcraft.Even those who have practiced Wicca for years find useful information in Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft and many covens are using it as their textbook. Profusely illustrated and full of music and chants. Oversized Paperback, 346 pages.
Find the knowledge and inspiration you desire with this collection of Scott Cunningham’s spells, essays, and rituals - collected for the first time from his best contributions to Llewellyn’s early Magical Almanacs. Delight in Scott Cunningham’s timeless wisdom on popular topics such as the Sabbats, protection magic, moon spells, and herbal remedies.
New and longtime fans will marvel at Cunningham’s ability to breathe magical life into such unique topics as tattooing, the divine history of sneezing, dressing with power, Greek oracles, birds of the deities, the magic of shells, and more. Well known for perfecting his spells and rituals through experimentation before publishing them, Cunningham wrote with unmatched simplicity and grace. His words in this collection are sure to inspire you on your path to an enchanted life.
This A to Z guide by Anna Riva details over 550 of the most popular oils available from occult supply houses. Find the oils you need to help solve problems or assist in the situations you face. Paperback, 174 pages.
For those who have brought Wiccan spirituality into their lives, Scott Cunningham's Living Wicca provides the tools and insight for solitary Wiccans to blaze their own spiritual path and become their own high priests/priestesses. Topics include the various learning tools available to practitioners, the importance of secrecy in one's practice, magickal names, initiation, and more. Note: This book is a sequel to Scott Cunningham's "Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner". Paperback, 220 pages.
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.
In this comprehensive reference, author Sandra Kynes 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 correspondences 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 Paperback, 552 pages.
Anna Riva's Magic with Incense & Powders is a much-needed guide to many occult incenses and powders being used today and the various methods of employing them to gain one's objectives. The book details over 850 rituals for almost that many different objectives using 250 incenses and 300 powders. There are magical procedures here for love, protection, resisting evil, increasing wealth, staying out of jail, easing pain, and more. Index included to help you locate the subjects that interest you.Paperback, 128 pgs.
Anna Riva's Modern Witchcraft Spellbook focuses on everyday useful spells that any modern witch can use. The book's practical and easy to understand instructions makes it an excellent guide to beginners and experienced witches alike. Paperback, 64 pages.
This trusted guidebook by popular author Raymond Buckland has introduced candle magick to more than 300,000 readers. From winning love to conquering fear, obtaining money to improving relationships, Practical Candleburning Rituals is filled with simple candle rites that get real results. Newly updated and re-organized, this edition includes thirty-seven rituals-adapted for Christians and Pagans-that can be performed at home with readily available materials. No prior magickal knowledge is necessary. Diagrams and simple instructions make this candle magick primer an ideal practical guide for beginners. Paperback, 224 pages.
Change your life using simple smudging rituals and ceremonies. For thousands of years, Native Americans have burned sacred plants in a bowl or on a stick to drive away negative energies and restore balance. The Smudging and Blessings book teaches you how to combine smudging with techniques from other ancient traditions to banish stress, attract love, relax, build energy, turn your house into a soothing sanctuary, and bring your family closer together. Full color paperback, 96 pages.