Book Review of Shadows: Pathworking the Tarot by Leeza Robertson

🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! This book was sent to me by Llewellyn for review at the very end of 2019 and I fully intended to review it right away – but then I couldn’t stop using it! This book quickly became one of my very favourites on the subject of tarot, and also for journaling and contemplation. When... Continue Reading →

Book Review of Shadows: Cosmic Care by Robin Eisenberg

🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! from ChronicleBooks.com This beautiful book is dreamy and spacey and makes you feel good all over. It's less of a deep dive into self-care, as an activity for you to partake in AS an act of self care! Similar to a comic book or graphic novel, the art does most of the talking, but... Continue Reading →

Book Review of Shadows: WitchCraft Cocktails by Julia Halina Hadas

🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! This beautiful book provides you with a whole new way to cast spells and honour the planet with REAL magic potions. The author herself contacted me and offered to send me a copy of her book, and I’m so glad because I absolutely loved it! It’s beautifully written, super informative, full of really gorgeous... Continue Reading →

I Love a Fat Deck

I’ve always had an unspoken policy when it comes to tarot readings I do for others and that is that the deck cannot be entirely white. If a deck features human characters all the way through and all of them are white, I don’t use it. The reason for that is that there’s a zero... Continue Reading →

Episode 82 – Practical Pumpkin Spice Magic

https://open.spotify.com/episode/2W11bVX1sml7EryBM9jZm8?si=lxkSWTuXSmW2csVexCGQ3A Listen on Podbean   Hey friends and thank you so much for tuning in to the show! Today’s episode is pumpkin spiced and full of practical magic. I’ll be talking about the magical properties of pumpkins and the spice blend we use to flavour them – ie how magical IS your pumpkin spice latte,... Continue Reading →

Book Review of Shadows: Orishas, Goddesses, and Voodoo Queens by Lilith Dorsey

🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! An inspiring exploration of the goddesses of the West African spiritual traditions and their role in shaping Yoruba (Ifa), Santeria, Haitian Vodoun, and New Orleans Voodoo.Throughout Africa and beyond in the diaspora caused by the slave trade, the divine feminine was revered in the forms of goddesses like the ancient Nana Buluku, water spirits... Continue Reading →

Sketchy Herbs & Magic Rocks: Night Blooming Cereus & Bloodstone

This sketchy herb and magic rock were inspired by the fiction podcast Welcome to Nightvale, but they both have real practical uses for modern witches. In the latest episode of the podcast, Episode 79 - A Episode About You, I described a ritual you can perform during the Night Blooming Cereus's 24-hour blooming period with... Continue Reading →

Book Review of Shadows: The Complete Book of Moon Spells by Michael Herkes

🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! Harness the power of the moon―spells to invite abundance and achieve balanceLuminescent and ever-watchful, the moon is a powerful source of energy and a conduit for magical abundance, bestowing blessings from the universe to help you achieve your goals and desires. The Complete Book of Moon Spells provides down-to-earth guidance on the phases, folklore,... Continue Reading →

Sketchy Herbs & Magic Rocks: Mulberry & Honey Calcite

In my most recent podcast episode Episode 76 – Skip to My LUGH!, I shared a sketchy herb (magical plant) and magic rock (crystal) perfect for the sunny season of abundance that follows Lughnasadh on August 1st - mulbery and honey calcite. Both of these magical allies attract abundance to you, but they also help you... Continue Reading →

Win a copy of The Grimoire Journal!

Hey witches! Want a chance to win TWO brand new books full of spells, rituals, and recipes for magic? Share this photo along with a mantra for a moon phase and you could win The Grimoire Journal AND The Complete Book of Moon Spells by Michael Herkes! 📖🌙.Here’s how to enter: Follow me @fatfeministwitch and... Continue Reading →

Introducing – The Grimoire Journal: A Place to Record Spells, Rituals, Recipes, and More!

Craft a life filled with your own magic--a guided grimoire journal for new witches A witch's grimoire, or book of spells, is their magical companion and most powerful tool--and The Grimoire Journal is your personal guide to building your own. Learn to bless your home, scry with stars, craft your own tarot reading, or brew an enchanted... Continue Reading →

Book Review of Shadows: Utterly Wicked by Dorothy Morrison (2020)

"Let's begin with what makes this book special - the fact that cursing, binding, jinxing and otherwise casting "baneful magic" (I love how poetic that is tbh) is a rarely touched-upon subject in books for modern witches. This book covers everything from the different words for this type of magic, to common methods and ingredients, ethical considerations, and reversing hexes and curses. She doesn't shy away from including classic ingredients like the witch's own urine, but there are plenty of spells for most purposes and the reader can decide what they're comfortable with. " [Read More] 🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! Book Review of Shadows: Utterly Wicked by Dorothy Morrison | The Fat Feminist WItch

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