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Daily spell book for the good witch by patti wigington.

This book is good if you want to do a spell but don’t have an idea of what to do. Every page has a new spell on it and they don’t require too much supplies. They are very simple spells which is good in a pinch. I honestly don’t use this book much though. It kinda collects dust on my bookshelf. So that says something. I could go either way with this book honestly.

5/10

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The hearth witch compendium by Anna Franklin.

This book was kinda a miss for me. I was hoping for more cooking recipes. It has some but mostly recipes for cleaning and the body. And wine which I’m not going to do anythime soon. If you want to make your own skincare and cleaning supplies (which I do but not that bad) this book is for you. I’m also gulten intolerant so I couldn’t do a lot of the recipes. Overall I was kinda disappointed with this book. I wanted more hearth traditions but nope.

3/10 recommend

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The healing power of tea by Caroline Dow.

If you love tea this book is for you. It goes over all the kinds of tea and their medical properties and then it goes over herbal tea and what they do to the body. It also has sort by ailment pages for easy access to healing. No magickal properties except for color magick. But it’s mostly a herbalism book. Which I am very interested in. This book making using tea as medicine easy.

10/10 recommend

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Tarot your personal guide by Steven bright.

This book was alright. It gives good information on the upright cards but very little in the reverse. So if you do reverse cards it’s hard to use. It’s good for beginners to tarot for learning the upright cards. It gives you examples for each card if that card is a person, situation or you. Plus a general understanding of the cards.

7/10 recommend

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The signs by carolyne Faulkner

This book is good for the basics of astrology. If you are a beginner and want to understand your birth chart this book is for you. If you are more advanced I’d forget it. It has nice sections to write in and fill out a good understanding of your chart. Get to know yourself on a deeper level. But if you already understand your birth chart this book would be a waste of time. So beginners only.

10/10 recommend for beginners

Would not recommend to non beginners

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Scott Cunningham’s encyclopedia of magical herbs is a must have for references.

It has SO many herbs and plants and their magickal uses. You can search alphabetically or by property. It also has some medical interactions. So if you have low blood pressure don’t take hibiscus and so on. This book is a basic to have on your book shelf.

10/10 recommend

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I’m going to start a series of witchy book reviews. All will be tag with #witchybookreview.

I thought I’d start with one of my favorite books paganism in depth by John Beckett.

If you want to work with deity this is an excellent book. It covers the basics as well as going more advanced at times. It is a book for all paths even though John Beckett is a Druid. I’m a heathen and I got plenty out of this book. I think anyone working with deity should read it even if to refresh. Some of the book may be obvious to some like don’t ask if you are not willing to give. but it’s stuff that is still important to read.

The book is divided into three parts

1) foundations

2) practice

3) challenges (very useful)

So if you want to work with deity pick this book up 🥰

10/10 recommend

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