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Book Of Days Calendar (Hc)
 
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Featuring timeless images from the Papyrus of Ani and zodiac signs from the Temple of Isis, The Book of Days is designed to serve as a permanent record of important events in your life and the lives of family, friends, and loved ones. Use it to chronicle birthdays, engagements, weddings, graduations, and other significant milestones. This exquisite keepsake with three-quarter cloth binding and ribbon marker will become a history of your own unique experiences. As you personalize these pages, they develop into both a treasured history and your family legacy. Images from The Book of Going Forth by Day also known as the Book of the Dead, an Egyptian papyrus painted some 3,500 years ago, are included in full color to accompany each week of the year. Thus, as you memorialize your own life

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Circle Magazine #121
 
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Circle Magazine 121: Bardic Pathways - The Well of Song, Finding Awen, Ritual of Stories, Historical Merlin, EcoPaganism, Bringing Race to the Table, PSG History

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Circle Magazine #122
 
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Life's End & Beyond: The Long Black Veil, Re-Weaving the Makings of a Good Death by H. Byron Ballard Poem: Dear Death by Blodie The Gift of Becoming a Death Midwife by Sharon Stewart When the Last Leaf Falls: Thoughts on the Edge of Forever by Kristoffer Hughes Water, Air, Fire, and Earth - Taharah, Jewish Communal Preparation of the Dead for Burial by An Elder Apprentice Eschatology, the Afterlife Then and Now by P. Sufenas Virius Lupus Poem: Born of Water by Jessica Jackson Day of the Dead: Origin and Traditions by Laura Gonzalez The Hellenic Journey of the Soul by Chris Aldridge Working in the House of the Dead by Ljot Lokad

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Sagewoman Magazine #86
 
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Sharing our stories is one of our most empowering gifts. In this issue, we have gathered stories of renewal, recovery, and recovery that we hope will brings those qualities to you, our beloved readers. At a time of great despair, conflict, and uncertainty, Holly Cedar received a vision. Find out what happened next in her story, "A Hull of Ripened Fruit."  What a lovely, healing, magical issue!

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Sagewoman Magazine #87
 
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Some places are just special -- amazing lands that make us sigh with relief, uncurl our tensions, drop our worries, and open us to the Goddess. In this issue of SageWoman, we share the stories of women who have found their magical place, and what it means to them.

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Sagewoman Magazine #88
 
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We normally think of inner peace as a permanent condition: one that we either possess at all times or is never present at all. But what if serenity

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Witches & Pagans Magazine #28
 
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Witches & Pagans Magazine #29
 
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Wicca & Witchcraft - In this issue: Interviews with Patricia Crowther and Deborah Blake, Chase Down the Great Beast, Explore the Heart of Wicca & Witchcraft, The Culture of the Craft

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Witches & Pagans Magazine #30
 
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Witches & Pagans Issue 30: The Magickal Home. In this issue Kitchen Magic, Protect & Harmonize, Home & Hearth Plus all the great features found in every issue - Pagan People, Sacred Spaces, Pagan Pratice. Plus passages from our regular columnists: Raven Grimassi, Archer, Hecate Demetersdatter, Deborah Blake, Jason Mankey, John Michael Greer, Diotima Mantineia, H. Byron Ballard, Fritz Muntean, Shirl Sazynski. With special guests John Beckett and Alicia Cole, pagan poetry, reviews, and letters from our readers.

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Witches' Almanac Coloring Book
 
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The Witches' Almanac has long featured black and white images of beautiful woodcuts, fantastical creatures, tarot cards, astrological features and constellations, as well as line drawing selected from the folklore of our global community. The Witches' Almanac Coloring Book brings together a larger format of these images presented in past Almanacs (in addition to images that have not been presented) allowing the inner artist to emerge in a mediation of color. Neatly packed into seven distinct sections, the first fittingly is Woodcuts. When they first appeared in Europe, woodcuts had thick outlines and little shading. A printer inked the block and applied light pressure to transfer the lines to paper. After the ink dried, another craftsperson might color the images by hand. In other words, the process was very much like a coloring book today, except that today you are the colorist. The six remaining sections are Constellations, The Planets, Creatures, Egyptian, Americas and Tarot. Each provides for the artist the space to meditate on the imagery imbuing each with color. The aspiring Tarot reader should especially enjoy the final section where each of the 22 Major Arcana and the four Aces are provided.

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Witches' Almanac Spring 2016 To Spring 2017
 
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Founded in 1971, The Witches

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