280+ Amazing Titles You’ll Want in Your Witchy Library

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If you don’t already know, or can’t tell by my previous posts, books are my life. After a very long life, my husband has promised to bury me with books, and if he decides to cremate me, my ashes are to be scattered along the inside of a Barnes and Noble or Library while no one’s looking so I may have access to books in the afterlife!

Recently, I made the tough decision to weed through my collection, giving away pieces of myself and my life as I packed them into boxes to donate. Fortunately, I was able to keep a quite a few of the books that have inspired my practice without feeling too cluttered (is that even possible with books?!).

“Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary.”

Jim Rohn

I’ve been wanting to create this post for quite a while, as I feel like books are so essential to who I am. Some of these I’ve read several times, some I’ve read only once, a few are still on my TBR (To Be Read) list.

In no way is this list comprehensive, exhaustive, or finished. I have many more titles I wanted to add, but felt that I’d already exceeded the capacity to keep ones interest without being too cumbersome (so look forward to another huge post of books in the future).

This list isn’t cohesive to all witches; my practice is pretty eclectic and my readings tend to spread out over a variety of areas. I also neglect some areas that other feel are vital- so you might feel as I’ve missed some pretty necessary titles. Leave them for me below and I’ll add them to the next post! I already have quite a few recommendations from friends that you will see on the next one, so don’t be shy! Lay them on me!

“Books are uniquely portable magic.”

Stephen King

In all honesty and fairness, too, not all the books be stunning examples of great writing (though, even that’s subjective); however, it’s my belief that it doesn’t have to be great to teach us something. Every single book on this list has taught me something that I didn’t know before, and even though some were dry or very clinical, it was worth the read to gain the knowledge.

I won’t give my opinions on any of these books- simply because I’ve gained something from each one and I don’t want to influence someone’s choice to read it with my subjective opinion on the writing; my review might just keep someone from picking it up and that’s not something this bibliophile could easily sleep with!

I will give you my glowing recommendations, though, for each category- the ones that blew my mind, or that I’ve enjoyed so much that I’ve read more than once, bought all the author’s books, or simply just gained lots of knowledge from. You might hate the ones I love and that’s okay- I don’t take it personally and I don’t judge! I will tell you like I tell my son: “the only thing I care about is that you READ!” We all have different lessons to learn, therefore, each experience between the pages will affect us differently!

“You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them.”

Ray Bradbury

I’d love to know some of your recommendations! Have you read any of these on this list? Which books stood out to you? Are there any authors you love that you think I should check out? What titles would you like to see on the next list?

I’ve broken the books into my own categories, to make them easier to browse for you. I’ve included a link to the book on Amazon for your convenience.

Note of Transparency (I feel like that is almost a superhero’s name!): I do earn a small commission for every book bought through the links, but your price is not affected at all.

Astrology

Howard Sasportas expands beyond the basics of astrology with “The Twelve Houses” in a logical and complete way. For me, this book connected dots between my beginner knowledge and the advance knowledge I had always hoped to gain in Astrology. He’s detailed without being condescending, and explains things in a way that makes it not only easy to follow but even easier to understand. Most astrology books rely on keywords to explain the houses, without giving much detailed information as to why those keywords are important. Howard not only explains why we’ve come up with the terminology, but how each house smoothly flows into the house after it- completing an intricate and complex picture that makes up a unique natal chart. A must read for anyone interested in astrology.


  1. Astrology of the Moon– Amy Herring
  2. Mansions of the Moon– Ann Moura
  3. Moon Node Astrology– Bruno Huber
  4. Lunar Nodes– Celeste Teal
  5. Mansions of the Moon– Christopher Warnock
  6. Astrology for Yourself– Demetra Georg
  7. Retrograde Planets: Traversing the Inner Landscape– Erin Sullivan
  8. The Secret Language of Birthdays– Gary Goldschneider
  9. The Secret Language of Relationships– Gary Goldschneider
  10. Retrograde Planets Part I– Himanshu Shangari
  11. Retrograde Planets Part II– Himanshu Shangari
  12. The Twelve Houses– Howard Sasportas
  13. The Gods of Change– Howard Sasportas
  14. Direction and Destiny in the Birth Chart– Howard Sasportas
  15. Astrology for the Soul– Jan Spiller
  16. New Moon Astrology– Jan Spiller
  17. The Astrology of Success– Jan Spiller
  18. Spiritual Astrology– Jan Spiller and Karen McCoy
  19. The Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need– Joanna Martine Woolfolk
  20. The Astrology Bible– Judy Hall
  21. Mansions of the Moon (Formerly Ericius)– Karl F. Hollenback
  22. Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Astrology– Kris Brandt Riske
  23. Astrology of Herbs and Tarot– Lauren Luquin
  24. The Astrology of Fate– Liz Greene
  25. The Astrology of Neptune and the Quest for Redemption– Liz Greene
  26. The Dark of the Soul– Liz Green
  27. The Development of Personality– Liz Greene
  28. The Luminaries: The Psychology of the Sun and Moon in Horoscope– Liz Greene
  29. Mythic Astrology– Liz Greene
  30. The Mythic Journey– Liz Greene
  31. Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil– Liz Greene
  32. Dynamics of the Unconscious– Liz Greene and Howard Sasportas
  33. The Inner Planets– Liz Greene and Howard Sasportas
  34. The Watkins Astrology Handbook– Lyn Birkbeck
  35. Edgar Cayce’s Astrology for the Soul– Margaret Gammon
  36. Healing the Soul: Pluto, Uranus, and the Lunar Moods– Mark Jones
  37. Mystic Medusa’s Sun Sign and Soul Mating– Mystic Medusa
  38. Planets in Transit– Robert Hand
  39. Planets in Houses: Experiencing Your Environment Planets– Robert Pelletier
  40. The Lunation Cycle– Rudhyar Dane
  41. The Astrological Houses– Rudhyar Dane
  42. The Astrology of Personality– Rudhyar Dane
  43. Sextrology– Stella Starsky and Quinn Cox

Chakras & Reiki

“Wheels of Life” is one of those books that will change your life, and you’ll begin recommending it to everyone you know (I do). This book expands on the Seven Chakras in great detail, explaining how they work in tandem, what each one does, and how blockages could be affecting your energy. Anodea’s writing style is smooth and flowy- allowing you to delve deep into this book without much effort. There were many times, upon reading for the first time, that I was mind-blown by her knowledge. It’s a book that I plan to read again very soon, as I feel I still have so much to learn from it.


44. Wheels of Life- Anodea Judith
45. Chakra Yoga– Anodea Judith
46. Eastern Body, Western Mind– Anodea Judith
47. Chakras for Beginners– David Pond
48. The Art of the Psychic Reiki– Lisa Campion
49. Reiki: Level I, II, and Master Manual– Lisa Powers
50. Reiki for Life– Penelope Quest
51. The Reiki Manual– Penelope Quest

Crystals

“The Book of Stones” ties with Judy Hall’s “Crystal Bible” and Scott Cunningham’s “Encyclopedia”, when it comes to information and presentation. However, I love this book the best because it goes into greater detail for more stones, and it doesn’t rely on opinion to back its facts. When referencing a stone book, 9 times out of 10, I’ll suggest this book over any other!


52. The Book of Crystal Spells– Ember Grant
53. The Second Book of Crystal Spells– Ember Grant
54. Crystal Muse: Everyday Rituals to Tune In to the Real You– Heather
Askinosie
55. Crystal Grids: How to Combine and Focus Crystal Energies...- Henry M.
Mason
56. Crystal Grids– Hibiscus Moon
57. Gemstones: Magic or Science?– Himanshu Shangari
58. The Crystal Bible– Judy Hall
59. The Crystal Bible 2– Judy Hall
60. The Crystal Bible 3– Judy Hall
61. Crystal Enlightenment– Katrina Raphaell
62. Crystal Healing– Katrina Raphaell
63. The Crystalline Transmission– Katrina Raphaell
64. Wicca: Crystal Magic– Lisa Chamberlain
65. The Book of Stones– Robert Simmons
66. The Pocket Book of Stones– Robert Simmons
67. Encyclopedia of Crystal, Gem, and Metal Magic– Scott Cunningham

Divination and Spirits

This entire category is on my To-Be-Read list, but this book is one I just bought and am looking forward to getting into immediately. I’ve heard wonderful things about it and hope that it delivers! I’ll update this post with a better review as I start crossing these off my TBR!


68. The Seer’s Journey: The Path to Enlightenment- Almine
69. The Thought that Fractured the Infinite- Almine
70. Palmistry: A Comprehensive and Reflective Guide…-Bharat Rochlin
71. A Beginner’s Guide to Pendulum Dousing– Brenda Hunt
72. Scrying the Secrets of the Future– Cassandra Eason
73. Study of Palmistry– Comte De Saint-Germain
74. Practical Pendulum Book– D. Jurriaanse
75. Pendulum Charts– Dale W. Olson
76. Pendulum Instruction Charts– Dale W. Olson
77. Let Your Spirit Guides Speak– Debra Landwehr Engle
78. The Little Book of Pendulum Magic– DJ Conway
79. Spiritual Alchemy: Scrying, Spirit Communication, and Alchemy– Donald
and Jenny Tyson
80. The Spirit Almanac: A Modern Guide to Ancient Self-Care– Emma Loewe
81. Fate and Prediction– Fred Gettings
82. Encyclopedia of Spirits: The Ultimate Guide…– Judika Illes
83. The Book of the Hand– Katharine St. Hill
84. Runes for Beginners– Lisa Chamberlain
85. Nostradamus: The Complete Prophesies for the Future– Mario Reading
86. Rune Magick: An Introduction to the Elder Futhark– Mark Bayless Pope
87. The Witch’s Mirror- Mickie Mueller
88. A Little Book of Mirror Magick- Patricia Telesco
89. The Book of Runes– Ralph H. Blum
90. Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Divination- Richard Webster
91. The Art of Black Mirror Scrying- Rosemary Ellen Guiley
92. Palmistry Plain and Simple– Sasha Fenton
93. Animal Spirit Guides– Steven D. Farmer
94. Crystal Balls and Crystal Bowls– Ted Andrews
95. How to Meet and Work with Spirit Guides– Ted Andrews
96. The Healer’s Manual- Ted Andrews
97. How to See and Read the Aura- Ted Andrews

Earth and Moon

“Moonology” is a cute little book. It’s not revolutionary, and doesn’t give a whole bunch of new ideas on the topic- but it does remind us how important the moon can be to our practices. I remember nodding my head in agreement a lot throughout this book, as it reinforced my own beliefs and magick at the time!


98. The Book of the Moon- Don Karr
99. Wicca: Moon Magic– Lisa Chamberlain
100. Whispers from the Woods- Sandra Kynes
101. Earth Power– Scott Cunningham
102. Earth, Air, Fire & Water- Scott Cunningham
103. Moonology- Yasmin Boland

Empowered Woman

Whew- this is another life-changing read on this list. As a woman, Barbara’s work was liberating, eye-opening, and even infuriating at times. It taught me how conditioned I’ve become by society and how ingrained the hatred of women is in our every day lives. It’s a read that everyone, especially women, need to enjoy at least once. It’s empowering without being hateful and inspiring without being belittling. She made me even more proud to be a woman, and even more determined to make sure our children live in a better world than we do. She also connects the dots between patriarchal conditioning and the death of the goddess- which might be even more empowering for those of us who worship deities. If no other book on this list piques your interest, this one should! I’m even scheduled to reread this for June’s Book Club this year!


104. The Croneh– Barbara G. Walker
105. The Feminist Fairy Tales– Barbara G. Walker
106. The I Ching of the Goddess– Barbara G. Walker
107. Restoring the Goddess– Barbara G. Walker
108. The Skeptical Feminist– Barbara G. Walker
109. The Woman’s Dictionary of Symbols & Sacred Objects– Barbara Walker
110. The Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets– Barbara Walker
111. Woman’s Rituals– Barbara G. Walker
112. Women Who Run With Wolves– Clarissa Pinkola Estes
113. Goddesses in Everywoman– Jean Shinodea Bolen
114. Gods in Everyman– Jean Shinodea Bolen
115. A Whistling Woman is up to No Good– Laurel King
116. Power of the Witch– Laurie Cabbot
117. The Witch in Every Woman– Laurie Cabbot
118. When God Was a Woman– Merlin Stone
119. Great Cosmic Mother– Monica Sjoo
120. The Chalice and the Blade– Raine Eisler
121. The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation– Richard Rohr
122. The Spiral Dance– Starkhawk
123. The Twelve Wild Swans– Starhawk
124. The Holy Book of Woman’s Mysteries– Zsuzsanna E. Budapest

Herbs, Oil, & Candles

Definitely an introduction to candle magic, this book isn’t going to blow anyone’s mind; however, it holds a special flame in my heart as being one of the first books I intentionally bought to expand my personal brand of witchcraft over a decade and a half ago. It has quite a bit of information in it for such a small book, and is a great little read for anyone interested in magick. I just recently learned that D.J. Conway’s work was controversial, but I don’t feel that to be the case. As will all spiritual guided books, take what works for you and discard the rest.


125. The Art of Hoodoo Candle Magic– Catherine Yronwoode
126. Blackthorn’s Botanical Magick– Amy Blackthorn
127. Llewellyn’s Complete Formulary of Magical Oils– Celeste Rayne Helstab
128. The Little Book of Candle Magic– DJ Conway
129. Witching Herbs– Harold Roth
130. Candle Magic– Lisa Chamberlain
131. Wicca: Kitchen Witchery– Lisa Chamberlain
132. Wicca: Herbal Magic– Lisa Chameberlain
133. Wicca: Essential Oil Magic– Lisa Chamberlain
134. The Illustrate Herbiary– Maia Toll
135. The Herbal Arts: A Handbook of Gardening, Recipes, Crafts…-Patricia Telescon
136. Practical Candle Burning Rituals– Raymond Buckland
137. Advanced Candle Magick– Raymond Buckland
138. The Magical and Ritual Use of Herbs– Richard Alan Miller
139. Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs– Scott Cunningham
140. Wicca in the Kitchen– Scott Cunningham
141. Magical Aromatherapy– Scott Cunningham
142. The Complete Book of Incense and Oils– Scott Cunningham

Law of Attraction

The Law of Attraction is such an integral part of my practice that it almost goes without saying that this book is important to me. The concept that our thoughts have power has changed how I view my reality and how I interact with other people (and energies). This work has reinforced my inner beliefs and has been an important piece to my spirituality. Esther and Jerry do a great job of teaching in Abraham’s voice, giving the reader the feeling that you’re hearing from the man himself. A must read for anyone who follows a more “thought-based” practice, as it helped me move past my insecurities in my own ideology.


143. The Law of Attraction– Esther and Jerry Hicks
144. Money and the Law of Attraction– Esther and Jerry Hicks
145. The Amazing Power of Deliberate Intent– Esther and Jerry Hicks
146. The Astonishing Power of Emotions– Esther and Jerry Hicks
147. The Vortex– Esther and Jerry Hicks
148. The Secret– Rhonda Byrne

Mind and Soul

It was a toss up for this category of which book to choose. I am an intense lover of Carl Jung’s and Rumi’s works- but this book here just left me speechless. The empowering poems focus on the Feminine read as if ripped from my very soul. Amanda appears to have no fear, or shame, in her effort to lift women up and it’s so refreshing to feel as if my inner-most thoughts are shared with another. Her writing isn’t condescending as I’ve found many other feminist authors to be, but is real- as if any woman I know could have written it. And, for me, that connects much deeper than flowery prose. Her poems are deep, thoughtful, and truly touching. If only I could express how much her writing has affected me, but if you knew how much I love Carl Jung- you’d understand what my choosing this book over him says. READ THIS BOOK!


149. The Witch Doesn’t Burn in this One– Amanda Lovelace
150. The Princess Saves Herself in this One– Amanda Lovelace
151. The Essential Rumi– Jalal al-Din Rumi
152. The Love Poems of Rumi– Jalal al-Din Rumi
153. The Illuminated Rumi– Jalal al-Dun Rumi
154. The Pagan Muse– K.A. Laity
155. Tiny Buddha’s 365 Tiny Love Challenges
156. The Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious– Carl Jung
157. Aspects of the Masculine/Aspects of the Feminine– Carl Jung
158. Man and His Symbols– Carl Jung
159. Psyche and Symbol– Carl Jung
160. Synchronicity– Carl Jung
161. The Undiscovered Self– Carl Jung
162. Meeting the Shadow– Connie Zweigh
163. Romancing the Shadow– Connie Zweig
164. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up– Marie Kondo

Paths and Histories

This category was difficult, with so many amazing titles I could have featured. Each one is so personal, and different, that it really is hard to pick just one. Depending on your path, or what you find important in your practice, most every single book on here could be “the one”. “The Kuan Yin Chronicles” is a fascinating work and is very dear to me, so I chose this one to show you. Though I don’t currently worship any deities, Kuan Yin has been on my radar for years as an archetype. I have statues of her likeness throughout my home as inspiration and found this book to have been a connection to her that I hadn’t know I needed. If I were to ever begin worshiping tangible deities, Kuan Yin would be at the top of the list- and learning about her life before becoming a “goddess” was almost like getting to know her personally.


165. By Oak, Ash, & Thorn– DJ Conway
166. Of Water and Spirit– Malidome Patrice Some
167. To Walk a Pagan Path– Alaric Albertsson
168. Green Witchcraft– Ann Moura
169. The Devil in the Shape of a Woman– Carol F. Karlsen
170. The Art of Happiness– Dalai Lama XIV
171. Twilight of the Celtic Gods– David Clarke
172. The Source Field Investigations– David Wilcox
173. Celtic Magick– DJ Conway
174. The Ancient Art of Faeary Magick– DJ Conway
175. Norse Magic– DJ Conway
176. Celtic Myth & Magick– Edain McCoy
177. Myths and Symbols in Pagan Europe– H.R. Ellis Davis
178. The Malleus Maleficarum– Heinrich Kramer
179. The Handbook of Celtic Astrology– Helena Paterson
180. Working Conjure: A Guide to Hoodoo Folk Magic– Hoodoo Sen Moise
181. Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion– James E. Myers
182. The Golden Bough– James George Frazer
183. The Druids: Celtic Priests of Nature– Jean Markale
184. Old Ways, Old Secrets: Pagan Ireland– Jo Kerrigan
185. The Celtic Druids’ Year: Seasonal Cycles of the Ancient Celts– John King
186. Spiritual Mentoring: A Pagan Guide– Judy Harrow
187. Tending Brigid’s Flame– Lunaea Weatherstone
188. Drawing Down the Moon– Margot Alder
189. Natural Witchcraft: The Timeless Arts & Craft of Country Witch– Marian Green
190. The Kuan Yin Chronicles– Martin Palmer
191. The Pagan Book of Days– Nigel Pennick
192. The World’s Rim: Great Mysteries of the North American Indians– Nina Alexander
193. Elemental Shaman: One Man’s Journey…– Omar W. Rosales
194. Tree of Enchantment: Ancient Wisdom and Magic Practices…_Orion Foxwood
195. The Flame in the Cauldron: A Book of Old-Style Witchery– Orion Foxwood
196. The Candle and The Crossroads– Orion Foxwood
197. Ancient Ways: Reclaiming the Pagan Tradition– Pauline Campanelli
198. The Path of Druidry– Penny Billington
199. Old World Witchcraft– Raven Grimassi
200. Grimoire of the Thorn-Blooded Witch– Raven Grimassi
201. Hereditary Witchcraft– Raven Grimassi
202. Scottish Witchcraft & Magick– Raymond Buckland
203. Paganism– River and Joyce Higgenbotham
204. Celtic Lore & Spellcraft– Stephanie Woodfield
205. Magic of the Celtic Otherworld– Stephan Blamires
206. There is a River: The Story of Edgar Cayce– Thomas Joseph Sugrue

Sabbats and The Wheel of the Year

As someone who isn’t too versed on the formalities of the Sabbats, these little books are not only informative- but easy to finish. Filled with quick histories, tips, and even recipes, the Llewellyn series is great for witches who aren’t devotees of the Sabbats (like me) but who want to learn about them in quick and effective way.


207. Wheel of the Year– Pauline Campanelli
208. Sabbats: A Witch’s Approach to Living the Old Ways– Edain McCoy
209. Llewellyn Sabbat Essentials: Midsummer– Deborah Blake
210. Llewellyn Sabbat Essentials: Ostara– Kerri Connor
211. Llewellyn Sabbat Essentials: Mabon– Diana Rajchel
212. Llewellyn Sabbat Essentials: Yule– Susan Peznecker
213. Llewellyn Sabbat Essentials: Lughnasadh– Melanie Marquis
214. Llewellyn Sabbat Essentials: Beltane– Melanie Marquis
215. Llewellyn Sabbat Essentials: Samhain– Diana Rajchel
216. Llewellyn Sabbat Essentials: Imbolc– Carl F. Neal

Tarot

This book is excellent for beginners of Tarot, long-time practitioners of Tarot, and everyone in between. I absolutely adore this book, and the information in it. As someone who’s been a reader for a while, I began to read this book only recently and still have found it to be relevant to me. It’s the first book I recommend to anyone now who is interested in the cards in any capacity!


217. The Soul System of Tarot– Austin Muhs
218. Holistic Tarot– Benebell Wen
219. The Ultimate Guide to Tarot Card Meanings– Brigit Esselmont
220. Tarot and Astrology– Corinne Kenner
221. Tarot for a New Generation– Janina Renee
222. Tarot Spells– Janina Renee
223. The Complete Book of Tarot Spreads– Johannes Fiebig
224. The Alchemy of Tarot– Juno Lucina
225. Tarot and You– Lindel Barker Revel
226. Tarot for Yourself– Mary K. Geer
227. Kitchen Table Tarot– Melissa Cynova
228. Tarot and Astrology: The Pursuit of Destiny– Muriel Hasbrouck
229. Seventy-Eight Degrees of Widsom– Rachel Pollack
230. Numerology: Key to Tarot– Sandor Konraad
231. Classic Tarot Spreads– Sandor Konraad
232. The Only Tarot Book You’ll Ever Need– Skye Alexander

Witchy

Deborah Blake is one of those writers that makes you feel like if you knew her in real life, you’d be fast friends. Her style is relaxed, but intimate- and she’s funny! I loved this book, and really anything she writes, as I feel like if I wrote a book the tone would be similar! She tends to trend more toward Wicca, in my opinion, but that doesn’t mean that there’s not plenty of information for those (like me) who don’t follow that path. I love anything she’s written, and find that I take away more than I discard- even if we follow two separate paths.


233. Energy Strands: The Ultimate Guide to Clearing…-Denise Linn
234. Grimore for the Green Witch– Ann Moura
235. The Ancient Book of the Dead– Anonymous
236. The Green Witch: Your Complete Guide...-Arin Murphy-Hiscock
237. The House Witch– Arin Murphy-Hiscock
238. The Witch’s Book of Self-Care– Arin Murphy-Hiscock
239. The Tao of Craft– Benebell Wen
240. The Practical Witch’s Spell Book– Cerridwen Greenleaf
241. Under the Witching Tree: A Folk Grimoire of Tree Lore...-Corinne Boyer
242. The Witch’s Shield– Christpher Penczak
243. Acension Magick– Christopher Penczak
244. The Goddess is in the Details- Deborah Blake
245. Everyday Witchcraft– Deborah Blake
246. A Year and a Day of Everyday Witchcraft- Deborah Blake
247. Way of Four– Deborah Lipp
248. 2019 Witches’ Companion– Deborah Lipp
249. Kindling the Native Spirit- Denise Linn
250. Sacred Space– Denise Linn
251. The Goodly Spellbook– Dixie Deerman
252. The Big Little Book of Magick– DJ Conway
253. The Four Agreements– Don Miguel Ruiz
254. Practical Sigil Magic– Frater U.D.
255. The Witch’s Book of Magical Ritual– Gavin Frost
256. Sacred Smoke– Harvest McCampbell
257. The Smudging and Blessings Book- Jane Alexander
258. A Witch’s Grimoire– Judy Ann Nock
259. Celebrate the Earth– Laurie Cabbot
260. Love Magic– Laurie Cabbot
261. Book of Shadows– Laurie Cabbot
262. Book of Spells– Laurie Cabbot
263. Wiccapedia– Leanna Greenaway
264. A Witch Alone: The Essential Guide for the Solo Practioner– Marian Green
265. The Little Book of Hygge– Meik Wiking
266. The Watkins Dictionary of Magic- Nevill Drury
267. Farmer’s Almanac– Old Farmer’s Almanac
268. 365 Goddess: A Daily Guide to Magic…– Patricia Telesco
269. Book of Shadows– Phyllis Curott
270. Witch Crafting– Phyllis Curott
271. Buckland’s Complete Book of Witchcraft– Raymond Buckland
272. The Witch Book: Encyclopedia of Witchcraft, Wicca, and NeoPaganism– Raymond Buckland
273. Witch School First Degree– Rev Don Lewis-Highcorrel
274. Witch School Second Degree– Rev Don Lewis-Highcorrel
275. Witch School Third Degree– Rev Don Lewis-Highcorrel
276. The Healing Power of Smudging– Rodika Tchi
277. Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Correspondences– Sandra Kynes
278. The Magical Household- Scott Cunningham
279. Living Wicca– Scott Cunningham
280. Book of Shadows– Scott Cunningham
281. Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practicioner– Scott Cunningham
282. The Witches’ God– Stewart Farrar
283. Evolutionary Witchcraft- T. Thorn Coyle
284. Magical Housekeeping– Tess Whitehurst
285. The Oxford Handbook of Witchcraft…-Oxford
286. The Book of Kitchen Witchery– Cerridwen Greenleaf


Until next time, my friends…

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