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Llewellyn's 2012 Witches' Datebook Calendar – Day to Day Calendar, Jul 8 2011
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Llewellyn Publications has grown and expanded into new areas of personal growth and transformation since it began as the Portland School of Astrology in 1901. Along with the strong line of astrology books the company was founded upon, Llewellyn publishes books on everything from alternative health and healing, Wicca and Paganism, to metaphysics and the paranormal-and since 1994 has published a growing list of Spanish-language titles.
Llewellyn has long been know as one of America's leading publishers of New Age books, producing a wide variety of valuable tools for transformation of the mind, body and spirit. Reach for the Moon-and discover that self-help and spiritual growth is what Llewellyn is all about.
Top Customer Reviews
A must have for every Wiccan/Pagan! The day book lists all the moon phases, Sabbats, and important events in the Wiccan/Pagan calendar. A great companion to the Witches' Calendar and small enough that you can carry it around in your bag.
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I have given this as a gift to many many friends-Pagen and non.
So now that a new year is coming up I bought her the 2012 datebook and she loves it. It has enough space to put all her appointment and such &s
she love the little tid bits of information, recipes and lore in the pages.
This day planner would be great to note days you want to do rituals as well ad invaluable in finding the right day for a planned rite. In addition this book will work well as your regular day planner with allot of space each day to note appointments and others things you must remember.
Witches Datebook 2012 also have some articles, not unlike some of Llewellyn's other so called almanacs which is more like magazines just filled with articles, the meat of this book is the day planner and then the articles is a bonus, this also means that unlike the other books this one is not that useful other years than 2012, you might still want to pick it up for the articles if you find it for a bargain, but other than that this book is the most useful the year it was intended. I will list the articles in this book here:
*How to use Llewellyn's Witches Datebook--Pretty self explanatory, I did not know a day planner needed a manual.
*Dark of the Moon--A good article on how to celebrate the black moon, I liked this article allot.
*The Mystic Tray--Another good article about using the Ouija board in a Pagan setting.
*Timecraft: Temporal Spellwork--this is an article about using magic to alter time, quite interesting.
*Candle Magic--A basic candle magic intro.
*Scrapbooking your BOS--this is a interesting article about how to get crafty when creating your Book of Shadows.
All the articles are written by famous occult authors and are generally quite good. There are also a scattering of spells and tidbits of useful information strewn all about this book. Llewellyn Witches Datebook 2012 have allot of original art which makes the book quite pretty to look at. I recommend this book to everyone who practice Witchcraft, I think this book can help with the day to day organizing of one's Spiritual life and also help bring magick into one's everyday life and as such this book is a quite useful tool.
There are the Sabbat and Esbat rituals and information, a sprinkling of spells and recipes along with the usual almanac features for plant and harvest, as well as moon phases and planetary/color correspondences. The Appendix with Eclipse, Moon, Planetary Retrogrades and Moon Void-of-course data is always a good at-a-glance reference.
This size is nice for the content, although a bit big to tote around unless you sport a largish handbag or backpack. The only thing I wish it had was a view of each month other than the checkbook registry sized one opposite the table of contents. That being said, since I got my first copy of this datebook, I've been buying them annually ever since.