October 21, 2022—2pmCT
Join us for our next Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum! This bi-monthly series of free online roundtable events will feature your favorite Llewellyn authors discussing topics important to you and answering your questions.
Our next in the series, on Why Psychic Skills Are Important to Witchcraft, will feature Psychic Witch and Mastering Magick author Mat Auryn, Intuitive Witchcraft author Astrea Taylor, and Psychic Skills for Magic and Witchcraft author Cat Gina Cole. Join the live conversation, and ask them your questions!
We'll be streaming live on Crowdcast—save your spot today!
We look forward to seeing you virtually!
Trick or Treat Tarot by Barbara Moore and Jonathan Hunt
The Trick or Treat Tarot is, at first glance, a nostalgic romp through memories of Halloween’s past. It is also a chatty reading deck, which is not surprising as it was designed following the RWS tradition and brought to life by the witty and talented Jonathan Hunt. The book shares in the fun-loving nature of the cards, but also includes clear, accessible interpretations. Take a look for yourself.
The sun is about to set, and Halloween has officially started. Our lovely angel sounds her horn, calling the dead to rise out of the ground and join the living. On this night of thin veils, many creatures share the
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Najah Lightfoot, author of Good Juju and the new Powerful Juju.
The Witch, Practitioner, Conjurer, Worker, works alone by candlelight. As the spiritual forces of those who have gone before swirl in the mystical ether, the Witch calls upon the power of the Divine Feminine for assistance in spells, rituals, and rites, in deep contemplation before the altar. She/he/they may burn incense, light a cigar, or play powerful music that emboldens them to carry on. They may cast a circle or not, be naked or clothed in beautiful ritual regalia. There may be tears falling on their face or joy in their heart. Either way, this devoted spiritual person
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Joann van der Hoeven, author of the new The Witch's Guide to the Paranormal.
Witches everywhere are getting more and more interested in the field of paranormal investigation. It only makes sense, after all, who better to referee between living humans and the spirits than witches? We understand the spirits, and through our craft we can affect them in ways others can't. Paranormal investigation also provides an opportunity to observe, communicate, and work with spirits in a way that we'd never be able to at our altars. For those who are interested in spirit work, joining a paranormal investigation team can provide hands on experience and