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Part of the The Witches' Almanac Series). by John Wilcock and Elizabeth Pepper. Lunar harmony is the major theme of this seasonal guide, and its key is presented in a detailed Moon Calendar showing at-a-glance moon phases for each sun sign of the zodiac.

Part of the The Witches' Almanac Series). Complete predictions by Dikki-Jo Mullen, one of America's most respected astrologers, are an indispensable part of the publication. Woodcuts & engravings.

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The company, founded in Newport, Rhode Island, produces an annual publication in almanac format as well as a variety of related books. In addition to her literary work, Pepper was an accomplished graphic designer. Born in Providence, November 7, 1923, she attended Pembroke College (Brown University) and the Rhode Island School of Design

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Since 1971, The Witches’ Almanac has been a compendium of ancient lore and legend the indispensable guide for adept, occultist, witch and mortal alike. Elizabeth Pepper Andrew Theitic.

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The perennial Witches' Almanac marks the year with lore and legend of time past. Wisdom of the ages proves that witchcraft is indeed as lovely as moonlight and as real as bread. A loyal and devoted readership assures high sales. Useful as well as entertaining.

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A book about witchcraft, its theory and practice, derived from past issues of The Witches' . John Wilcock, Elizabeth Pepper. I came across "The witches almanac" and found some interesting facts with an advertisement for "Witches All".

A book about witchcraft, its theory and practice, derived from past issues of The Witches' Almanac. Witches All will fill you in on more occult secrets than you can wave a wand at. This magical collection features a glossary of witches' terms, a collection of original spells from a 19th-century book of shadows, an occult alphabet, festival recipes, astrological lore and much more. This is the most EXCELLENT READING. Informative & enlighting.

Lunar harmony is the major theme of this seasonal guide, and its key is presented in a detailed Moon Calendar showing at-a-glance moon phases for each sun sign of the zodiac. Complete predictions by Dikki-Jo Mullen, one of America's most respected astrologers, are an indispensable part of the publication. Woodcuts & engravings.

Witches' Almanac 1998 epub download

ISBN13: 978-0884964261

ISBN: 0884964264

Author: Elizabeth Pepper

Category: Spirituality and spirituality

Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality

Language: English

Publisher: Witches Almanac Ltd.; Spring 98-Spring 99 ed. edition (October 31, 1997)

Pages: 96 pages

ePUB size: 1141 kb

FB2 size: 1498 kb

Rating: 4.8

Votes: 158

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Mightsinger
I collect these books. I just adore them. From the great and easy to use calendars to the horoscope in the back to the weather forcasting. I find the whole package just charming and wonderful. I have a difficult time finding these locally near me as they sell out fast! So I was so happy Amazon had them. This is a gem of an almanac if you need a quick reference and is wonderfully easy to use. You just might find yourself like me searching used book stores for old copies of this little gem to add to your collection.
Mightsinger
I collect these books. I just adore them. From the great and easy to use calendars to the horoscope in the back to the weather forcasting. I find the whole package just charming and wonderful. I have a difficult time finding these locally near me as they sell out fast! So I was so happy Amazon had them. This is a gem of an almanac if you need a quick reference and is wonderfully easy to use. You just might find yourself like me searching used book stores for old copies of this little gem to add to your collection.
Samulkree
This is the first time I have read The Witches' Almanac - in previous years I have had the Llewelyn Magical Almanc -- This one is so much better! It has none of the sugar and fluff so common to Llewelyn and provides a great compilation of stories and lore. The calendars are in an easy-to-understand format and I particularly enjoyed the in-dept "year ahead" horoscopes. If you usually buy the Llewlyn Magical Almanac I strongly suggest you take a look at this one also - you may change your purchase habits !
Samulkree
This is the first time I have read The Witches' Almanac - in previous years I have had the Llewelyn Magical Almanc -- This one is so much better! It has none of the sugar and fluff so common to Llewelyn and provides a great compilation of stories and lore. The calendars are in an easy-to-understand format and I particularly enjoyed the in-dept "year ahead" horoscopes. If you usually buy the Llewlyn Magical Almanac I strongly suggest you take a look at this one also - you may change your purchase habits !
Olma
I haven't missed a year of these books since--well I don't know when. Fun and fact filled, this book is definately an enhancement to any witch's library. I refer to it every morning and evening, if just to see what phase the moon is in or what bit of insight they give for that day. Very entertaining with informative articles and essays on everything wiccan or nature related.
Olma
I haven't missed a year of these books since--well I don't know when. Fun and fact filled, this book is definately an enhancement to any witch's library. I refer to it every morning and evening, if just to see what phase the moon is in or what bit of insight they give for that day. Very entertaining with informative articles and essays on everything wiccan or nature related.
DarK-LiGht
Buy it every year
DarK-LiGht
Buy it every year
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Yahm
The Almanac lists the phases of the moon, celebration times, all the essential things any pagan would need to know, but might be afraid to ask!
Yahm
The Almanac lists the phases of the moon, celebration times, all the essential things any pagan would need to know, but might be afraid to ask!
Elildelm
I loved this little gem. It is packed with very interesting information. This was the first time I bought one of these but it will not be the last!!! Get one you will not be sorry!!
Elildelm
I loved this little gem. It is packed with very interesting information. This was the first time I bought one of these but it will not be the last!!! Get one you will not be sorry!!
I absolutely adore this little "book" and look forward to it every spring for the new year. It is chock full of little tidbits and lore that is an absolute delight to peruse with its "woodcut" graphics that are detailed and lovely.
First of all, there is always a section on what's been happening in the news and the news always has to do with something metaphysical or spiritual. For instance, one passage had new information on "Nessie" the Lock Ness and the second had interesting speculation that an armor dealer in Italy had possibly found Joan of Arc's suit of armor because it literally fit his 13-year-old girl. I love these little news clips because they are interesting and informative.
There is always a republishing of a fairy tale of some sort and is usually the original form with an explanation of the moral. Otherwise, there are always various articles and information. For instance, one passage had to do with the mystical origin of "Scarborough Fair," by Simon and Garfunkel, one had information on the Egyptian God Set and his origin in Egyptian lore, one had recipes for "moon cookies" for a summer feast, another had information on the different moons and what they represent, another had information on the superstition of the black cat throughout history and how the U.S. is the only one that regards it as bad luck, the list is various and endless... but one thing is for sure: it's an almanac and it reads like one; informative, advising and entertaining.
Also, there is always a detailed two-page spread on each horoscope for the year as well as a weather almanac (which I find disturbingly accurate, I must confess,) as well as moon phases and a calendar for the entire year with advice for certain days, famous people's birthdays and moon phases.
This is a wonderful little book. I've read criticism towards this book for the price in regards to the size, but there is NO external advertising. That is, there's no ad in the back to call LaToya's Jackson's stupid psychic hotline. Ads such as these usually litter metaphysical newsletters/almanacs in order to help pay for the costs of the book and it is refreshing to have a collectible without them. Ever see a woman's fashion magazine? Notice how 3/4 of it is just advertisements? Ever wish there weren't any? That's what this is. In other words, I'd rather pay the extra bucks to see it without them. Also, this is from an independent publisher (ahem...Witches' Almanac, Inc.) which is why it's a couple of bucks extra.
I've been collecting these almanacs for years. They also have books of theirs that you can order through them such as herbal books, a book of "wisdom" for each day of the year, past issues of the almanac and reprints of them from the 70s as well as much, much more.
This is a little treasure of a book that is wonderful to read. Check it out at your bookstore and you'll love the content. High recommendation for the serious practitioner, anyone who collects almanacs of various sorts and people who love history and folklore. A must buy for unique book collections.
I absolutely adore this little "book" and look forward to it every spring for the new year. It is chock full of little tidbits and lore that is an absolute delight to peruse with its "woodcut" graphics that are detailed and lovely.
First of all, there is always a section on what's been happening in the news and the news always has to do with something metaphysical or spiritual. For instance, one passage had new information on "Nessie" the Lock Ness and the second had interesting speculation that an armor dealer in Italy had possibly found Joan of Arc's suit of armor because it literally fit his 13-year-old girl. I love these little news clips because they are interesting and informative.
There is always a republishing of a fairy tale of some sort and is usually the original form with an explanation of the moral. Otherwise, there are always various articles and information. For instance, one passage had to do with the mystical origin of "Scarborough Fair," by Simon and Garfunkel, one had information on the Egyptian God Set and his origin in Egyptian lore, one had recipes for "moon cookies" for a summer feast, another had information on the different moons and what they represent, another had information on the superstition of the black cat throughout history and how the U.S. is the only one that regards it as bad luck, the list is various and endless... but one thing is for sure: it's an almanac and it reads like one; informative, advising and entertaining.
Also, there is always a detailed two-page spread on each horoscope for the year as well as a weather almanac (which I find disturbingly accurate, I must confess,) as well as moon phases and a calendar for the entire year with advice for certain days, famous people's birthdays and moon phases.
This is a wonderful little book. I've read criticism towards this book for the price in regards to the size, but there is NO external advertising. That is, there's no ad in the back to call LaToya's Jackson's stupid psychic hotline. Ads such as these usually litter metaphysical newsletters/almanacs in order to help pay for the costs of the book and it is refreshing to have a collectible without them. Ever see a woman's fashion magazine? Notice how 3/4 of it is just advertisements? Ever wish there weren't any? That's what this is. In other words, I'd rather pay the extra bucks to see it without them. Also, this is from an independent publisher (ahem...Witches' Almanac, Inc.) which is why it's a couple of bucks extra.
I've been collecting these almanacs for years. They also have books of theirs that you can order through them such as herbal books, a book of "wisdom" for each day of the year, past issues of the almanac and reprints of them from the 70s as well as much, much more.
This is a little treasure of a book that is wonderful to read. Check it out at your bookstore and you'll love the content. High recommendation for the serious practitioner, anyone who collects almanacs of various sorts and people who love history and folklore. A must buy for unique book collections.