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The MoonLightShop, “How to Start Being a Wiccan,” https://themoonlightshop.com/blogs/news/how-to-start-being-a-wiccan (Accessed, October 7, 2018), Pp. 11

Wicca article .JPGHave you ever wanted to understand or practice Wicca? If so then this short article is a quick and informative resource to tap into. Not only does this article briefly overview the important key features of Wicca it also defines many of the crucial elements of Wicca–no pun intended! For example, this article enlightens the reader to what Magick,  the Wiccan Rede, the Three-Fold Law, Book of Shadows, Sabbats, where to connect with a coven, and what a pentacle is and stands for. One shortcoming was the lack of resources this article rendered for the reader. Other than name dropping the two most popular authors on Wicca/Wiccan tradition and practice, Scott Cunningham and Raymond Buckland, the article failed to provide any other resource for reader. Although this article had some downfalls it was made up for in the way the article defined and provided a succinct overview of The Craft.  I would definitely  recommend this short read to anyone who is interested in Wicca. Its enough to spark your interest in magick!

Source: https://themoonlightshop.com/blogs/news/how-to-start-being-a-wicca

Picture Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/wicca

 

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Book Review: Sue Fuller, Rocks and Minerals (Dorling Kindersley Book, 1995), Pp. 160

rocks.jpgSue Fuller offers a large encyclopedia of minerals and rocks in a small and compact book. This book is 160 pages in total but is as big as my hand and is perfect for explorers, hikers, or rock enthusiasts to take out in the field. I love this little book. It is informational, accurate, and easy to use. Being a pocket-guide it is made to be accessible to anyone. I would highly recommend this book in particular because of the great images it has in it. These images make it especially easy to find the name and information on that rock or mineral that you have found! I would recommend this book to anyone.

10/10

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Book Review: Klaus Vollmar, The Little Giant Encyclopedia of Dream Symbols (New York: Sterling Publishing Co.,1997), Pp. 509.

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This little, big, book is a pleasant contradiction! One of the smallest books on my shelf but also one of the most informational ones as well.  I have had this little, big, dream symbol book for many years and refer to it regularly. I have done a lot of research on my dreams but this book continues to deliver with some of the most insightful information. It is so small yet so major in its meaning makings. Overall I would recommend this to any of my cosmic friends! You will appreciate this little, big, nugget book.

10/10