Magick Matters

“Celtic Mysticism: Your Personal Guide to Celtic and Druid Tradition” by Tracie Long

🕵️🐷🕵️ zero-day🕵️🐷🕵️ "Connect more meaningfully to the cultural wisdom and occult knowledge of the rich and thriving Celtic world. Reclaim ancestral traditions and older ways of connecting with the earth and spirituality by going straight to the heart of mystical traditions. Celtic Mysticism explores the folk magic that has thrived in the British Isles for thousands of years. With this guidebook for both newcomers to magical practice and those searching for a concise reference to a long history, discover how to honor your connection to nature and the rhythms of the seasons in the Celtic way. Explore the history behind Celtic practices, rituals, and spells and then engage with them firsthand, forming a deeper bond with...>>

“The Breathwork Companion: Unlock the Healing Power of Breathing” by Margaret Townsend

"This practical, accessible breathwork guide delivers a complete program of exercises, inspiring true stories, prompts, and more to give readers the skills they need to build and maintain a healing breath practice. Imagine having a powerful wellness tool at your fingertips. A tool to keep you calm, increase energy, clarify your thinking, release muscle tightness—even give you a youthful glow. A tool that enhances and improves physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health and well-being, always at the ready whenever you need it. It’s not some miracle app. It’s your breath. And all you need to do is learn how to harness its power—its innate wisdom—which is exactly what Margaret Townsend, who has been a...>>

“Relighting the Cauldron: Embracing Nature Spirituality in Our Modern World” by Wendy Van Allen

"Save the Planet Through Spiritual Wholeness The flame of Mother Earth's cauldron has gone out as the climate crisis and resulting social chaos have intensified. But it's not too late. Rev. Wendy Van Allen reveals how we can save the planet with nature-based spiritual practices that unite Indigenous, African Diaspora, and Pagan faith traditions from around the globe. She is joined by contributors from multiple paths, including: Maori Native Tradition • Taoism • Tuvan Shamanism • Lukumi Afro-Caribbean Tradition • Latin American Espiritismo • The 21 Divisions • Stone Circle Wicca • Celtic Anamanta • Der Urglaawe Heathenry • And More This book confronts our climate and social problems and traces them to their origins, focusing...>>

“The Witch’s Home: Rituals and Crafts for Protection and Harmony” by Jo Cauldrick

🕵️🐷🕵️ zero-day🕵️🐷🕵️ "In The Witch's Home, Jo Cauldrick shares 25 soothing rituals, crafts, meditations and magical practices for you and your home, to encourage a more magical, harmonious way of living. Broken down into five chapters, witchcraft-inspired activities blending homemade crafts, potion-making and spells will help you become the best version of yourself and make your home a haven. With guidance on how to build your own altar space, create a spell bag as well as candle magic and manifesting, you will be able to slow down, connect to the earth and enhance your own spiritual practices. Designed to encourage you to become more in tune with the cycles of nature, The Witch's Home is a wonderful,...>>

“The Oxford History of Witchcraft and Magic” by Owen Davies (2023 edition)

"Histories you can trust. This history provides a readable and fresh approach to the extensive and complex story of witchcraft and magic. Telling the story from the dawn of writing in the ancient world to the globally successful Harry Potter films, the authors explore a wide range of magical beliefs and practices, the rise of the witch trials, and the depiction of the Devil-worshipping witch. The book also focuses on the more recent history of witchcraft and magic, from the Enlightenment to the present, exploring the rise of modern magic, the anthropology of magic around the globe, and finally the cinematic portrayal of witches and magicians, from The Wizard of Oz to Charmed and Buffy the...>>