Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jack Adam Weber, author of the new Climate Cure.
In the section of Climate Cure titled, "Navigating the Doom and Denial of Climate Crisis," I discuss the polarization that occurs in perceiving climate change. It's a similar polarization that occurs in relation to Covid-19.
This section hinges on a realization, a possibility that we tend to polarize to extremes not because the evidence merits, but because we are uncomfortable with the anxiety of not-knowing. So we jump to doom ("we're completely screwed") or denial ("climate crisis is a hoax, no need to worry about it") and then defend our all-knowing with confirmation bias and
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Lilith Dorsey, author of the new Water Magic.
Deep down, I'm a dirt-loving witch, and I like to use herbs, flowers, and other botanicals in all of my magic. This is definitely true for Water Magic, which is the title of my upcoming book from Llewellyn. The following plants can be used fresh or dried on your altar or shrine as a water-inspired offering, they can be used to make an infusion that can then be used as a magical bath or wash for your floors, or they can be combined and burned on charcoal to create a water-inspired incense.
Coconut: Technically this isn't a fruit or a nut, but instead a drupe. Whatever you call them,
Today we hosted the first event in our new Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum Series!
The Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum is a bi-monthly series of free online roundtable events that feature your favorite Llewellyn authors discussing topics important to you and answering your questions.
Our first in the series, on Ancestor Work and Veneration, featured Badass Ancestors author Patti Wigington, Magickal Mediumship author Danielle Dionne, The Witch's Book of Spirits author Devin Hunter, and What Is Remembered Lives author Phoenix LeFae.
Did you miss the live event? No worries! Stream it here.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Madame Pamita, author of the new Book of Candle Magic.
One of the easiest ways to add a boost of power to your candle spells is by consciously choosing colors that are in alignment with your spell's intention.
There are several ways that you can incorporate color into your candle magic:
Color of the candle wax
Color of the candle holder or tray
Color of glitter sprinkled on the candle
Color of paper and ink written on a petition paper with your candle spell
Color of flowers placed around your candle
Color of altar cloth where your candle spell is burning
There is great power in coordinating all of these in one