You don't need a lush garden to begin wildcrafting--you can find plenty of magickal herbs growing just outside your door. A Witch's Guide to Wildcraft explores more than thirty common plants, providing tips for identification, gathering, and cultivation as well as specific rituals and magick..
From the peculiar pamphlet series by our friends at Fiddler's Green:The Magical Benefits of Cultivating Bad Habits
A Fiddler's Green Leaflet by Clint Marsh & Gerhard
12 pages, 4 illustrations, and copper foil leaf logo on the coverMystics and intellectuals have extolled the v..
"Botanical Curses and Poisons" is a comprehensive guide to toxic plants and their role in folklore and history. From apple to oleander, author Fez Inkwright delves into the untold stories behind a variety of lethal flora and their use in crime, religion, and magic. Each plant is beautifull..
Shamanism, religion and magic have long acknowledged the significance of dreams as a bridge to the spirit world, and over time developed practices for dream incubation. Many such practices involved plants, and were operant at the folk level, seeking to incept dreams of a prophetic nature, to obtain ..
From the peculiar pamphlet series by our friends at Fiddler's Green:Superstition and the Thinking Irrationalist
A Fiddler's Green Leaflet by Clint Marsh & Kelly Patton
12 pages, 4 illustrations, and copper foil leaf logo on the coverHave you ever crossed your fingers or wore a ..
From the PublisherA Shy Person’s Guide to Battle Magic
A Fiddler's Green Leaflet by Clint Marsh & Oliver Bly
12 pages, 2 illustrations, and copper foil leaf logo on the coverMagical duels are depicted in film and other popular fiction as flashy affairs full of supernatural fi..
"Art & Magic For Tea Drinking Anarchists, Convivial Conjurors & Closeted Optimists"This is a super fun publication with a lot of good info printed in a really beautiful way. AND IT COMES WITH A FLEXI-DISC! How rad is that?From the publisher:Fiddler's Green 5 feature..
From the Peculiar Parish:"Our seventh issue, also known as “Gods of the Afternoon,” published February 2020.Fiddler’s Green 7 features copper titling, a cover drawn by Benjamin A. Vierling, and 52 pages of art and magic, including reviews, a letters column, and the f..
Five Princilpes of Green Witchcraft by Asa West is a tiny book packed with thoughtful principles to apply to your witchcraft practiceFrom Gods and RadicalsIn an era of climate change and late capitalism, when everything sacred is paved over or commodified, how do you attune yourself to the..
This was the first witchcraft books that I read where things started to click for me. I had read a bunch of neo-Wiccan books that seemed so structured and definitive like there was only one way to practice witchcraft and magic and all those books just didn't sit right with me. I picked up this b..
Green witchcraft is a school of witchcraft for those who want to live in harmony with the earth and its green things--and this book is your how-to guide. Open yourself up to everything from growing herbs and plants for magic and medicine, to honoring the spirits of trees and animals, and using cryst..
From the publisher"Everything you need to know to create your very own "sacred space"--perfect for practicing home-based witchcraft including spells, rituals, herbalism, and more!--from the author of The Green Witch. Your home is an important part of who you are--it makes sense ..