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Changing Things Up! (And adding books!)

It's been quite awhile since I've made a blog post. In the past, whipping up a quick summary about the current season or sabbat felt obligatory. But I didn't enjoy it, nor did I feel it was doing anyone any good. So, rather than continuing to drone on about subjects I only somewhat know about, or didn't have the time to properly research, I've decided to use this space to do what I do best: send you in the direction of other people who know more!


From now on, my blog posts will highlight books and authors, content creators, and just anything or anyone that I feel some of you might find interesting or helpful. Social media platforms will operate in much the same way. Please keep in mind that if I recommend a book, it doesn't necessarily mean that I agree with every word in it. It simply means that I learned something.


Without further ado, let's get to it!


Today's blog post is highlighting Llewellyn's Complete Book of Correspondences edited by Sandra Kynes.


Spells are not recipes. It is not as simple as throwing some herbs into a pot and calling it "good." As we grow in our craft, we develop relationships with the tools of our practice. This is something that can only be nurtured over time. That being said, a good reference guide can be incredibly helpful while you learn to hone these skills!


This book is incredibly thorough and easily navigated. Inside you will find an A-Z glossary, as well as by intention. (Money, love, etc.) It includes color correspondences, zodiac signs, alchemical properties, and more. It is also reasonably priced and easy to find.


If you're going to buy a book on correspondences, this wouldn't be a bad place to start. But also keep in mind that local foraging guides, farmers almanacs, and even the good ol' internet can be great resources for learning and reference. Just check your sources and have fun!



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