Reviewed by Freeman
[Snip] This is in that strange category of scholarly books for a lay audience. At about 320 pages of main text and 1124 footnotes, it’s a significant investment of time to read. The most appreciative audience will be students and practitioners of the Western Esoteric Tradition who, like this reviewer, like to . . . → Read More: The Hermetic Link, by Jacob Slavenburg
By Frater Barrabbas Tiresius
[Snip] We should keep in mind that when I define ritual magick, I am, of course, speaking about the magickal rites blended seamlessly into the liturgical rites. As far as I am concerned, they are one and the same, which is what makes modern witchcraft and paganism so unique. Unlike the . . . → Read More: Pagan Grimoire of Ritual Magick
By Susun S Weed
Herbal medicine is the medicine of the people. It is simple, safe, effective, and free. Our ancestors knew how to use an enormous variety of plants for health and well-being. Our neighbors around the world continue to use local plants for healing and health maintenance. You can too.
Learning About Herbs
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