Join us for the first in our new Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum Series!
October 9, 2020—2pmCT
Join us for our first 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 first in the series, on Ancestor Work and Veneration, will feature 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. Discover rituals, practices, and more, and ask them your questions!
We'll be streaming live on Crowdcast
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Patti Wigington, author of the new Badass Ancestors.
After three decades of working with my ancestors as part of my spiritual practice, I've found that my long-dead kinfolk are an incredibly valuable resource when I need guidance, wisdom, and insight. I call upon my family members in divination workings regularly, and they've never failed me yet. While I do keep a scrying mirror and a pendulum on my ancestor altar, I've found that the most powerful divination tool I can use with my people is the set of ancestor oracle cards I've made for myself.
Ancestor oracle cards are a uniquely personal divination tool that only you can make for
Here in the northern hemisphere, Mabon, the Autumn Equinox, is almost upon us, but for our southern hemisphere friends, it is time for the Spring Equinox/Ostara. To help you celebrate, we’ve rounded up our best rituals, spells, books, and more!
An Ostara Sabbat Ritual for One: Celebrate Ostara with a ritual to welcome the light and leave the dark behind.
Brighten Your Ostara by Bringing Balance to Your Life: Use these ideas to rejuvenate and balance your emotions, finding new joy in the process.
Ostara: A Time to Recreate Yourself: Ostara, that magical time of renewal and balance, is just around the corner. Use this magical time
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Melissa Cynova, author of Kitchen Table Tarot, Tarot Elements, and the new Kitchen Table Magic.
"I've always wanted to study magic, but I never had time to sign up for classes or go through training," said my friend, Karen, causing me to nearly spit out my gum.
Magic just IS, I insisted. It just is. It's in you. You don't need anyone to tell you anything, really. YOU don't need a wand; you can just point your finger.
Honestly, you can just toss some salt at some things.
This is why I wrote Kitchen Table Magic. To bring a comfort and an ease to learning magic. There aren't any "have to's" and there is no religion or god attached. Just