Category Archives: O-Books

Book of Interest—Pagan Portals: Fairy Witchcraft

Moon Books Can you recognize a fairy cat? Morgan Daimler has interacted with Fairies since she was a small child. She views them three-dimensionally, not as the limited New Age/media-interpreted versions that many of us are familiar with. She sees … Continue reading

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Book Review — Believe and it is True

        O-Books This is a book of spiritual life lessons — not taught, but rather, lived and shared. It is a story about hope, courage, and simple faith. The hope and courage were developed during the author’s … Continue reading

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Book Review — Stalking the Goddess

              Moon Books Robert Graves’ The White Goddess might be considered the “bible” of paganism. While it remains important to a spiritual practice that now has an estimated two million followers, it is not … Continue reading

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Book Review — The Sophisticated Alcoholic

O-Books Therapist, and hypnotherapist, David Allen acknowledges that the program he outlines in this book is at odds with most current practice for treating alcohol-related problems. He believes in behavioral change and has devoted a lot of his career to … Continue reading

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Book Review — Traditional Witchcraft for Urban Living

O-Books Adapt and thrive. That’s the message traditionally-trained Craft practitioner Draco has for readers. Rather than withdrawing to practice time-honored rituals in secret, she encourages modern witches to open their windows, explore their neighborhoods, put a pot of herbs on … Continue reading

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