Discover how to engage with the urban landscape around you and harness the boundless possibilities for a thriving magical practice. Urban Magick shows you how to connect with your city's diverse ecosystem and channel the powerful energy running through it.
Diana Rajchel invites you on an in-depth exploration of what it means to practice urban magick, providing a variety of spells for city life, techniques for working with spirits and elements, exercises to boost your creativity and energy, and much more. You'll also learn the purpose behind both ancient and modern cities, how architecture and population density affect your magic, and much more.
"I've been waiting a long time for a book like Urban Magick to arrive. Not only does Diana include a complete guide to harnessing power and integrating the city into your magical practice; she also includes often left-out history and design patterns for why cities develop into what they are. Start navigating your city pathworking with Urban Magick today.”—Jaymi Elford, author of Tarot Inspired Life
"For too long, the Pagan and New Age movements have fixated on the magic of wilderness while ignoring the urban environments in which they live. Rajchel's Urban Magick is a necessary and revolutionary step forward in that desperately overlooked arena.”—Jeffrey Groves, author of The Mark of the Wolf
"In Urban Magick, Diana Rajchel shows that a city is a magical environment that has its own rules and laws that impact how you work with it. In this book you'll learn what those rules and laws are and how to create a relationship with your city that changes your magical practice. This is cutting edge magic that you'll want to take advantage of, to help you transform your spiritual practice.”—Taylor Ellwood, author of The Magic of Art
"Urban Magick is an exciting exploration of deep city sorcery. Diana Rajchel takes us on a beautiful journey through spaces that are unassuming yet brimming with spiritual life. This work shows that for those with eyes to see, we urban creatures can thrive in our own enchanted worlds.”—David Salisbury, author of Witchcraft Activism