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Making Magic by E. McCoy – This is another one of my favorites. It delves below the surface into magick and the elements.

Spells and how they work by Janet and Stewart Farrar – Another “golden oldie”. This book gives some great examples of spell work.

Trancing the Witch’s Wheel by Yasmine Galenorn – This book has great meditations relating to all of the holidays. A must have.

Earth, Air, Fire, and Water by Scott Cunningham – Great book for those who are scratching the surface on the elements.

Drawing Down the Moon by Margaret Adler – I really enjoyed this one, it has lots of history and background on witches.

The Complete Book of Spells, Ceremonies and Magick by Migene Gonzalez-Wippler – The reason I liked this one is that it gives comparisons of many religions and their rituals. It is a fascinating read.

The Woman’s Dictionary of Symbols and Sacred Objects by Walker – I use this over and over again. It lists a TON of symbols and is a great reference book.

To Light a Sacred Flame by Ravenwolf – I really liked this book because some of the things I’ve seen in it were the first time I saw them in print. I really enjoyed the sections on psychism and spells.

The Farmer’s Almanac – Great reference book on the moon’s etc. if you don’t’ want a “witchy” one around.

Magick of the Gods and Goddesses by D.J. Conway – This book has correspondences to every God and Goddess you can imagine. It’s also chock full of the mythology from various cultures.

A Practical Guide to Meditation – The first and last freedom
By Osho

8 Minute meditation: Quiet the mind, change your life
By Victor Davich

The Meditation Bible: The Definitive Guide to Meditations for every purpose
By Madonna Gauding

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