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Why Plant and Fungus Totems?

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Lupa, author of New Paths to Animal Totems the new Plant and Fungus Totems. Many of you readers may be familiar with animal totems, archetypal beings that embody the qualities of a given species of animal and that watch over the physical animals themselves. But did you […]

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 […]

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, Fall

(Readers: this is Part Three of a 3-part article. Click on these links for Part One and Part Two.) Fall 2012 This brings us up to books that have just released this month or the last couple months. Hot off the presses. Go find them in your local bookstores! Faery Craft – the ultimate gift […]

He Taught Us Animal-Speak…

Guest post by Lupa Of all the books Ted Andrews wrote, perhaps none was as well-known—or as often recommended—as his seminal work on neopagan animal totemism, Animal Speak. Like so many non-indigenous totemists, it was the first book I ever picked up on the topic, back in the mid-1990s when all I had access to […]