Welcome to the latest edition of "The Weekly Witch Review", a kickass guide to all things new & exciting (or at least new & exciting to me) on the wonderfully wacky world wide web...
★ A Witch Bows To No One : Sovereignty, Power & The Faery Tradition.
★ Psychedelic Psychiatry.
★ GORGEOUS!!! Daniel Vazquez's “Siren” series is lush with symbolism...
★ Does time exist in it's own right, or is it just in our minds?
★ If you're at all witchy & have a thing for book stores (can you be witchy & NOT have a thing for book stores?)... chances are you've at least flipped through one of Judika Illes temptingly magickal encyclopedias.
★ Is your reaction appropriate? According to who? We need the activists. We need the fluffy bunnies. We need the comedians. We need the devil’s advocates. Everyone has their part to play in this crazy production.
★ How To Die : Practical Pathways and Perks to Let Death Guide Your Life.
★ If you have a twisted sense of humor, it's probably because you're a cool, chill genius... The link between IQ and affinity for black humor is likely do to with the fact that comprehending a dark joke is a complex information-processing task.
★ The Four Agreements : A Practical Guide To Personal Freedom.
★ Hippie Witchy Chi-Chi Fru-Fru La Dee Dah : Love the way the stark white walls & floors offset the bohemian mish mash of patterns & textures...
★ Animalia Stellarum : Everything you ever wanted to know about Aquarius & then some.
★ About 13 million pages of declassified documents from the CIA have been released online.
The records include UFO sightings and, most interestingly to me, psychic experiments from the Stargate program.
★ You simply cannot perform a proper magick spell if you do not have access to oh so gruesome ingredients like Fairy Fingers, Eye Of Newt & Dragon's Claw.
★ 6 Ways The Moon Regulates Your Body : since ancient times, many cultures have referred to women having their menstrual periods as being “on their moon.”
★ Ever wondered what life was like in the first century BC? Wonder no more, as archaeologists are on the verge of connecting the missing links. Buried under 2,000-year-old pottery is revealed the remains of a sailor killed on the famous “Antikythera” ship...
One of the more interesting finds on that ship is the Antikythera Mechanism. Archaeologists believe this mechanism was used as a guide to the galaxy and is presumably the first mechanical computer.
★ Notes from a Shaman : Moving Negative Energy and Why the World is in Upheaval.
★ WiTCHY VLOG OF THE WEEK : Moody Thursday on When Your Spirit Animal Arrives...
★ Tuesday's Episode Of HiPPiE WiTCH : Magick For A New Age...
THE TAO OF CRAFT with author Benebell Wen