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Looking to expand your Witchy ways? Follow Elysia as she reflects on all things Pagan.

A Fetus Like Stone: Divination in the Ancient World

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tess Dawson, author of The Horned Altar. The primal nature of ancient divination texts 3,200 years old often strikes a modern reader with distress. In our sanitized environment we see rare but normal events as gory. Revolted, we turn a blind eye. Ancient people could not look […]

Writing a memoir: Merry Meet Again by Deborah Lipp

Last month, a fabulous new book was released. It’s called Merry Meet Again: Lessons, Life & Love on the Path of a Wiccan High Priestess, written by Deborah Lipp. In case you don’t know who Deborah is, in a nutshell she is a 3rd degree Gardnerian Wiccan High Priestess who has written several books for […]

Witches, Faeries, and the Devil

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Cassandra Eason, author of Angel Magic and the new Magick of Faeries. The superstitious belief that Witches made pacts with the Devil was well documented during the Witchcraft trials of the late fifteenth to seventeenth centuries in Western Europe and Scandinavia. A number of Witchcraft trials, particularly […]

See Llewellyn Authors in February and March

While summertime is the busy season for outdoor Pagan festivals and gatherings, it’s indoor Pagan conventions that dominate the calendar in February and March. Here is a quick run-down on upcoming events PantheaCon, Convocation, and Paganicon, and which Llewellyn authors you’ll be able to see there. PANTHEACON: February 15-18, 2013 The grande dame of indoor […]

Making Scents

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Lexa Olick, author of Witchy Crafts. Incense, candles, and oils are valuable tools in ritual work. Even unscented candles have their own waxy aroma, no matter how slight. Sweet-smelling herbs purify and cleanse our homes and essential oils have the ability to enhance our moods. This beautiful […]

The Biggest Pagan News That No One Is Talking About

There is certainly always more than enough news in the Pagan community going around – just one glance at any of the Wild Hunt’s periodic news round-ups is enough to see that a lot is going on within and regarding our community at any point in time. But there is one big news story I […]

Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions for Pagans

Our Marketing department very occasionally encourages us to write blog posts in the form of lists. You know the type: 5 Ways to Cast a Spell, 7 Things You Must Know About Mayans, 14 Beauty Secrets of Witchy Women, 101 Ways to Procrastinate at Work. We’ve all seen these kinds of articles on the internet, […]

Fine-Tuning Money Magic: Removing the Barriers to Success

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Michael Furie, author of the new Spellcasting for Beginners. It’s true, we need money, but it’s important to remember that it has no inherent value. Money is man-made and only has value because we agree that it does. There’s no such thing as “money energy” to call […]

Bone and Fur and Feather: “Found” Animal Parts in Magic

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Lupa, author of New Paths to Animal Totems. This is a quick guide for working with “found” animal parts—naturally shed fur and feathers from pets, farm animals, or wild critters; bones discovered in the woods; and so forth. It’ll work with other animal parts, too, but found […]

Elysia’s list of 2012 books

In lieu of the obligatory holiday gift guide, this year I am just going to give you all a list of every book I worked on that was released in 2012. Since I am already working on 2014 books, this certainly feels like a trip down memory lane for me! So I have also added […]