Friday, October 16, 2020







The Collected Writings of Jake Stratton-Kent from The Equinox:

British Journal of Thelema 1988 1994"

by Jake Stratton-Kent

Published August 2020.

210mm x 297mm, 182pp.

Paperback edition only.

List Price $28.95


It has long been in my mind to present an unsuspecting public with a ‘Collected Magnus Dictus’, but the redoubtable Erzebet of Hadean press came up with an even better idea. Thus we have here a collection of my articles, reviews and other exuberance from Equinox-BJT 1-8, under my own name and a whole assortment of aliases... the reader should be warned that a vein of ironic and satyric humour runs through much of this material, which for the most part has aged well, and will hopefully sharpen the wits of a new generation of readers, another legitimate excuse for this collection. ”

~Jake Stratton-Kent

Thus Spake Magnus Dictus is the collected writings of Jake Stratton-Kent first published in The Eqiunox: British Journal of Thelema issues 1-8, spanning the years 1988-1994 and faithfully reproduced in a facsimile edition. Thus Spake Magnus Dictus contains essays on the lunar mansions, the creation of talismans, Wicca, Thelema, English Qaballa, mantras, spells, and a Sethian ritual, as well as reviews of books, magazines, and pamphlets.

Some of the material has since been reprinted; an edited version of ‘The Headless One’ was republished as a Hadean Press Guide to the Underworld in 2012. The Tables of A.M.E.N. have likewise made their appearance elsewhere, most notably in The Serpent Tongue: Liber 187, and the Wakanaba Kamea Extrapolator has been expanded upon in Grimoire of the Sixfold Star, another Guide to the Underworld ascribed to Count Abaka who is of course none other than JSK himself.


Author’s Foreword

Publisher’s Introduction

Liber Longus Verbosicon

The English Qaballa

Liber Trigrammaton

What is a Qabalah?

Thelema and Wicca

Mantras and Spells

Blood and Guts – Part 1.

The Trees of Eternity

Qaballa for the Querulous

Qaballa for the Quizzical

Mantras and Spells

Qaballa for Quibblers

Magnus Dictus II

Mantras and Spells

Blood and Guts Two. The Reckoning

Every Woman is a Star


A Word to Say

Mantras & Spells

Return of Blood & Guts

Liber Achad

DIY Thelemic Fundamentalism

The Headless One

Magnus Rides Roughshod

A Sethian Ritual

Higher than Eyesight

Qaballistic Magick

Wakanaba Kamea Extrapolator!

The Cipher of AL

AL.II.76 and the Lunar Mansions




A Workbook

Ya Sezi bo Oungan (Joseph Robicheaux)

Published in July, 2020. 76 pages.

List Price: $12.95 paperback 9781907881893


Papa Guede, the Bawons and the Guede Lwa represent the power and mystery of death, funerary rites and the afterlife in Haitian Vodou. They are the lost ancestors - the ancient unknown force that pushes us from behind.

The figure of a skull wearing sunglasses and a top hat is ubiquitous in popular culture, but often misrepresented and misunderstood. This workbook unpacks some of the myths and describes who these Lwa are and how they are served in Haitian Vodou. It is an educational guide for how to begin approaching these mysteries in a traditional and non-appropriative context, and includes guidelines on how to meet these spirits in the cemetery, as well as instructions for cleansings, baths and lamps that can be performed once a relationship with these spirits has been established.

This book should be used as an early way through the dark, not as a substitute for traditional education within an oral tradition.



The Gold Issue

Edited by Jake Stratton-Kent, Dis Albion, and Erzebet Barthold

142 pages, Paperback. June 2020.

List Price: $34.95


For this, the fourth issue of Conjure Codex, we asked authors to contemplate the occult symbolism and meaning of gold: from treasures to planetary attributions to alchemy and anything else they found relevant to mark the Summer Solstice. Conjure Codex is always themed around a colour and a season and our authors never disappoint. Our fourth issue boasts cover art by S. Aldarnay and interior artwork by Victoria Musson, JM Hamade, Mani C. Price, and Erzebet Barthold.

Hadean Press excel themselves in this time of crisis with perhaps the most diverse volume so far of Conjure Codex. Herein we encounter an astonishing range of content. Magical plant lore, always a relevant and welcome topic, is represented by Jack Grayle’s contribution, The Golden Guest; while Cath Thompson guides us in a Contemplation of Gold employing the English Qaballa. So too the Greek Magical Papyri are present and correct, in the form of Shadowmancy and PGM’s Rite of Helios, from Mani C. Price. Humberto Maggi surveys the long history of The Daimon and the Treasure from ancient beginnings to the legacy of the grimoires and beyond. Matters necromantic – an important aspect of our magical traditions - are explored by Gavin Fox, and the important and strangely neglected figure of Michael Scot is ably handled by Eldred Hieronymous Wormwood. In our first Picatrix related contribution J Swofford explores the magical imagery of the decans in The Picatrix Decan Art Project. A fascinating and most welcome exploration of territory entirely unfamiliar to me is provided by Erica Frevel, in Aztec Solar Magic: Blood and Gold, So too we welcome Veronica Rivas’ Revelations of the Great Yogini Sera Khandro dealing with aspects of Buddhist tantra. Victoria Musson brings us Gold Ripens as much by Moonlight as Sun, exploring the origins of poppets and their relevance to a broad range of cultures and their esoteric practices. Last but by no means least Anthony Nine delivers the Guns of Brixton, a thoroughly modern and culturally significant piece which pulls no punches.

Besides these stellar texts in the Gold issue, the reader will be delighted by the beauty of the pages, luxuriously embellished as they are. Thus, without more ado, I present Conjure Codex Four for your edification and delight! — Jake Stratton-Kent, Editorial


The Golden Guest by Jack Grayle

A Contemplation of GOLD by Cath Thompson

Shadowmancy and PGM’s Rite of Helios by Mani C. Price

The Δαίμων and the Treasure by Humberto Maggi

Treasures of the Grave: A Practical Guide for the Aspiring Necromancer by Gavin Fox

Michael Scot: The Life of a True Magician by Eldred Hieronymus Wormwood

The Picatrix Decan Art Project by J Swofford

Aztec Solar Magic: Blood and Gold by Erica Frevel

Treasure of Heart Essence: The Revelations of the Great Yogini Sera Khandro by Verónica Rivas

Gold Ripens as much by Moonlight as Sun by Victoria Musson

Guns of Brixton by Anthony Nine

Wednesday, October 7, 2020




Johannes Trithemius and the Angelic Mind

by Frater Acher

Publisher: Scarlet Imprint

4vo (255 × 185 mm), 230 pp

Illustrations of Trithemius, Pelagius and Ramon Llull by Jose Gabriel Alegría Sabogal

Standard Hardback Edition

Limited to 900 copies, bound in white bonded leather, stamped in blind and black, with embossed black endpapers, and black ribbon.

List Price: $89.95

Bibliothèque Rouge Edition

Sewn paperback

List Price: $32.95


Black Abbot · White Magic: Johannes Trithemius and the Angelic Mind is the second volume of Frater Acher’s Holy Daimon cycle, and focusses on the magical legacy of Johannes Trithemius. The book includes the first full English translations of two angelic grimoires, reveals the construction of the talismanic Tablet of Truth, the compounding of a love philtre, the creation of the exorcistic powder of Pelagius and the purificatory counter-magic of the witch’s bath. Through Acher's careful analysis of these texts, the reader is guided towards a mystical and historically attested method of practicing angelic magic.

The black abbot should be considered as the central figure in the evolution of the Western esoteric tradition. Trithemius was the teacher of Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, a magical role model to John Dee and Paracelsus, and the inspiration behind many of the legends now attributed to Dr Faust. New material sheds light on Trithemius’ own magical practice and his formulation of a theologia magica, which relies on cultivating a relationship with the personal angel.

The first part of the book provides translations and analyses of manuscripts attributed to Trithemius’ legendary teacher Pelagius the Hermit of Majorca, as well as his mysterious intermediary Libanius Gallus. Acher then examines two texts attributed to Trithemius, which evidence the blending of high and folk magic in practice, connecting the celestial intelligences leveraged in Pelagius’ writings with the chthonic virtues of plant and animal based concoctions.

The second part of the book opens with a biographical essay by the leading Trithemius scholar, Professor Klaus Arnold. Acher then goes on to investigate the vexing relationship between Trithemius, his master Pelagius and their intermediary Libanius Gallus. He concludes with some thoughts on the hermetic allegorical engraving in the third volume of Johann Scheible’s Das Kloster (1846) for the reader to pursue in their own visionary work.

In Black Abbot · White Magic Frater Acher gives an understanding and appreciation of the intent, depth and pragmatism of 15th century mystico-magical practice and an insight into one of its most engimatic figures.


Part One: Manuscripts & Analysis

Pelagius Eremita - Two Books: Of the Knowledge and Name of One’s Good Angel

Analysis of the Two Books

Pelagius Eremita and Libanius Gallus - The Tablet of Truth

Analysis of The Tablet of Truth

Trithemius - The General Key to All Sciences and Secrets of Trithemius the Abbot of Sponheim

Analysis of The General Key

The Powder of Pelagius

Part Two: On Trithemius Of Sponheim

Trithemius’ Life and Work (Prof. Klaus Arnold, translated by Frater Acher)

Trithemius and his Magical Master Pelagius Eremita

A Map to the Mystery

Selected sources


by Humberto Maggi.

Published by Hadean Press in August, 2020.

146 pages.

Limited Edition Hardcover List Price: $48.95

The hardcover edition is printed on 120 gsm offset litho, section sewn with Wibalin Maroon endpapers and covered in Skivertex Malaga cloth with gold foil blocking on the front and spine. 214mm x 148mm portrait. 500 copies strict.

Paperback Edition List Price: $18.95


History and myth come together to create and continuously develop the definitions and the interpretations about who or what the Queens of Quimbanda are. The aim of this treatise is to provide a conceptual background for a better comprehension of the identity and role of the Queen of the Seven Crossroads which will enable the devotee to develop a consistent practice of work and communion with this elevated spirit.

Humberto Maggi surveys the historical developments that influenced the creation of the concept of the Queen of the Seven Crossroads in the Brazilian magico-religious system Quimbanda that emerged in the first half of the 20th century, as well as the ideas and techniques inherited both from Europe and Africa. He looks at how various myths, historical figures, and misunderstandings combined to create one of the most powerful pombagiras – what elements shaped her, what and who inspired her legend, and how to work with her in your own practice.


The Queens of Quimbanda, Queens of Magic and Sorcery, and Queens of Hell are considered to be powerful spirits who deserve great honors and reverence. To each of them are assigned Astral Kingdoms that govern over different aspects of magical work and that connect with the mundane plane strongly at specific places and times, though their power in truth knows no limits or boundaries.

Like the dead heroines of older times, who received cult and were expected to aid the living, the Queens of Quimbanda, as with most of the lesser spirits in this system, are reputed to have been extraordinary whilst living – for good or evil. The diabolical aesthetics and the historical origins of Quimbanda associated and associate these women with the Devil – although here the Devil is not seen as the orthodoxies teach. Quimbanda moves toward a restoration of the original cosmogonies misrepresented by the Christian churches. It accepts the superficial ideas and images developed by Christianity to accuse and to frighten, but proposes a core interpretation that in the end completely undermines Christian theologies.

The Quimbanda that arose in Brazil is a fig tree with roots in European witchcraft and African religions; it is the inheritance of people who were exiled and enslaved – at its core it is reaction and rebellion against Church and State, against Inquisition and Slavery.

History and myth come together to create and continuously develop the definitions and the interpretations of who or what the Queens of Quimbanda are. Research and revelation compose this short treatise dedicated to the Queen of the Seven Crossroads with whom I have being working for several years. She came into my life at a moment of great and difficult change, and she has guided me faithfully since then. Often experiences with the Queen of the Seven Crossroads are frightful – but there is always a surreptitious feeling that things are under control and all is for the best. These are entities that test and improve their protégées.

The idea of writing a short treatise on the Queen of the Seven Crossroads came to me during one of the works I do regularly with her. I have a large image of her at home, and a smaller one that travels with me wherever I go. Under her guidance we are going to survey the historical developments that influenced the creation of this concept in the Quimbanda that emerged in the first half of the 20th century in Brazil, as well as the ideas and techniques inherited both from Europe and Africa; we also are going to follow the thread of inspirations I received and we will borrow from the practices I learned both as a Chief of Quimbanda and as a researcher.

The aim of this treatise is then to provide the conceptual background for a better comprehension of the identity and role of the Queen of the Seven Crossroads which will enable the devotee to develop a consistent practice of work and communion with this elevated spirit.

~Humberto Maggi

Thursday, October 1, 2020

The Veil Between the Worlds Grows Thin...

ELCOME to the Edge of the Circle Newsletter. This newsletter has come about as an effort to reach out to the Pagan/ Occult community (particularly in Seattle where we are based) to inform the community of what events are happening at our store. Without further ado, welcome, and enjoy.

Regards, Erica (Raven) Branch-Butler, Editrix-

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by Philip Heselton

Paperback : 316 pages

Publisher : Fenix Flames Publishing Ltd (September 1, 2020)

List Pride: $25.00


In 1954 a book was published which claimed that witches were not just some historical oddity but that the author, retired civil servant, Gerald Gardner, had been initiated into a witch coven in the New Forest, Hampshire, England in 1939.

Many dismissed his claims, but Philip Heselton, who has been investigating the story for over 20 years, is convinced that what Gardner wrote about the witch coven was essentially true.

The coven which Gerald Gardner joined has now been proven to exist, thanks to Philip Heselton's twenty years of assiduous research. He tells the tale of the famous New Forest Coven, not a fiction, but a real collection of real people. He has found that the New Forest coven was started by a group of esoteric students in the early part of the 20th century who believed in reincarnation and that they had been witches in a previous lifetime. We meet Rosamund Sabine, Ernie Mason, Irene Lyon-Clarke and more, as well as learning more about Dafo, a remarking witch and Gerald's first working partner in the Craft.

Philip Heselton has uncovered the likely membership of the coven and has brought them to life as never before.



Ancestral Visions of the Afterlife and Other Worlds

by Claude Lecouteux

Paperback : 320 pages

Publisher : Inner Traditions (September 15, 2020)

List Price: $24.99


An extensive look at the cartography and folklore of the afterlife worlds as seen by our ancestors

Examines how ancient European cultures viewed the beyond, including the Blessed Isles of early Greek and Celtic faith, the Hebrew Sheol, Hades from Homer’s Odyssey, Hel and Valhalla of the Norse, and the Aralu of Babylon

Shows how medieval accounts of journeys into the Other World represent the first recorded near-death experiences

Connects medieval afterlife beliefs and NDE narratives with shamanism, looking in particular at psychopomps, power animals, the double, the fetch, and what people bring back from their journeys to the spirit realms

Charting the evolution of afterlife beliefs in both pagan and medieval Christian times, Claude Lecouteux offers an extensive look at the cartography and folklore of the afterlife worlds as seen by our ancestors. Exploring the locations and topographies of the various forms taken by Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven, he examines how ancient European cultures viewed the beyond, including the Blessed Isles of early Greek and Celtic faith, the Hebrew Sheol, the pale world of Hades from Homer’s Odyssey, Hel and Valhalla of the Norse, and the Aralu of Babylon, the land where nothing can be seen. The author also explores beliefs in Other Worlds, lands different from our own that are not the afterlife but places where time flows differently and which are inhabited by fantastic or supernatural beings such as fairies or dwarfs.

Sharing medieval tales of journeys into the beyond, Lecouteux shows how these accounts represent the first recorded near-death experiences (NDEs) and examines how they compare with modern NDE narratives as well as the work of NDE researchers like Raymond Moody. In addition, he also explores tales of out-of-body experiences, dream journeys, and travels made by a double or fetch and connects these narratives with shamanism, looking in particular at psychopomps, power animals, and what people bring back from their journeys to the spirit realms.

Analyzing the afterlife beliefs of the Middle Ages as a whole, Lecouteux concludes with a collection of medieval afterlife-related traditions, such as placing polished stones in the coffin so the departed soul can find its way back to friends and family at those times of the year when the veil between the worlds grows thin.



Ancient Greek Magic for the Modern Witch

by Oracle Hekataios

Paperback : 310 pages

Product Dimensions : 5.2 x 0.8 x 7.9 inches

Publisher : Llewellyn Publications (October 8, 2020)

List Price:$18.99


Bring the magic of ancient Greece into the modern world with this powerful book full of Strix, Hellenic Polytheist, and Iatromantis practices. Featuring wisdom that used to be only available to scholars, Strix Craft presents Greek magic in a concise format with contemporary ideas and hands-on practices.

Oracle guides you through the many compelling facets of the Strix, from its relationship with Greece and Thessaly to how it approaches herbal, healing, and erotic magic. Meet the deities and spirits of Greek magic. Explore how to commune with the dead. Discover the mythology, tools, and festivals of the Strix. This engaging book shows you how to apply ancient magical traditions to everyday life, from performing rituals to working at an altar.


POETICA: Chapbook Edition

by Daniel Yates

Publisher: Photophrenic 2020

A6 chapbook format

54 pages

29 images

List Price: $12.95


Poetica is a trinity of poems that serve to guide the reader into a state of orison, to detach from the now and to connect to the other.




The Witches' Almanac 50 Year Anniversary Edition:

An Anthology of Half a Century of Collected Magical Lore

by Theitic

Paperback : 288 pages

Product Dimensions : 6 x 0.75 x 9 inches

Publisher : The Witches' Almanac; Anniversary Edition (September 15, 2020)

List Price: $15.95


Elizabeth Pepper founded The Witches’ Almanac in 1971 as a means to provide a source of good information to the quickly growing magical communities in the United States and Canada. Elizabeth, whose own Basque witchcraft tradition was rich in lore and myth, knew that witchcraft was at a crossroads that the paltry amounts of literature needed remedy. The community immediately embraced The Witches’ Almanac’s wit, conversant, and sophisticated style, with it appealing to general readers as well as hard-core Wiccans. Andrew Theitic―Elizabeth’s literary heir, as well as a prominent member of the New England community―has continued, as well as expanded, the mission of The Witches’ Almanac’s. For both of the publishers The Witches’ Almanac’s has been a labor of love.

The Witches’ Almanac 50 Year Anniversary Edition is an anthology of articles spanning the five decades that the almanac has been published. The table of contents is inclusive of several articles for each of the years that the almanac has been published. The reader will find material that has been drawn from numerous world cultures, spanning a variety of age groups. The spells, myth, folklore, and mystical poetry present the reader with new and classic perspectives that are timeless. This is the first time such an expansive collection of articles about witchcraft, magic, herbalism, charms, spells, and related topics is being presented in a single volume, and it will surely be treasured as occult memorabilia immediately upon its release.


Pagan Portals


Encountering the Goddess of Love & Beauty & Initiation

by Irisanya Moon

Paperback : 104 pages, Series: Pagan Portals

Publisher : Moon Books (September 1, 2020)

List Price: $10.95


Aphrodite is an often misunderstood goddess, one who is easy to relegate to the love goddess role, but she is a goddess who also shows up as an initiator and, some might say, troublemaker. In this book, we seek to explore the complexity of a goddess who was born on sea foam and who inspires beauty and love, all the while offering a hand toward each one of us to celebrate our full hearts.



by Waldete Tristao and Caco Bressane

Paperback : 40 pages

Publisher : Llewellyn Publications; Illustrated Edition (October 8, 2020)

List Price: $8.99


This beautifully illustrated exploration of Afro-Brazilian spirituality introduces you to the gods of the African diaspora known as the Orishas. Presented in a fun and easy-to-understand format, Knowing the Orishas provides brief descriptions of twenty important deities, highlighting their talents, characteristics, and customs as well as where they live, how they dress, the foods they like to eat, and more.

Meet Omolu, the god of health and life. Share secrets with Iyewa, goddess of beauty and mystery. Ask Oshoguian, the warrior of peace, for protection. A vital reference to each Orisha, this book helps you identify and build relationships with them as you travel on your own spiritual path.




Harness the Intuitive Power Of the Year's Most Magical Night

by: Juliet Diaz and Lorriane Anderson

Published: Sep/20 (AU/NZ), Sep/20 (US), Oct/20 (UK)

Paperback : 180 pages

Publisher : Rockpool Publishing (October 26, 2020)

List Price: $21.95


~Unlock of the power of Samhain energy every night of the year through these stunning cards and engaging guidebook, co-created by Juliet Diaz, author of The Witchery.

Samhain is one of the most enigmatic and magical pagan nights of the year for performing divination, ritual and spells. Our ancestors have known this for centuries, taking advantage of the night's potent energy to gain clear insight into the past, the present and the future. Now you can experience the magic and electric energies of this sacred night all year long with Seasons of the Witch: Samhain Oracle.

This is a beautifully designed book and card deck set. Each of the forty-four cards will connect you to the spirit realm to bring healing, understanding, protection, and guidance. Discover the banshee's wrath, meet your sacred animal familiar, greet the nature spirits, or visit the graveyard with your coven to seek protection in the witching hour.

The accompanying guidebook features original poetry from Juliet Diaz of November Sage that doubles as invocations for magick and ritual. Evocative guidance from Lorriane Anderson of Spirit Element guides you through your readings and the history and lore of Samhain celebrations, complete with spells and recipes. And the cards allow you to unlock secret insights to make the most of Samhain energy!



Sacred Wisdom to Enrich Your Life

by Cherry Gilchrist

Paperback : 144 pages

Product Dimensions : 5 x 0.75 x 7.75 inches

Publisher : Eddison Books (September 1, 2020)

List Price: $26.95


This oracle is based on the ancient Kabbalistic map of creation that dates back at least a thousand years in the Jewish mystery tradition. The Tree of Life is a sacred symbol in many cultures of the world, but here it is used as a path to knowledge linking the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet with the twenty-two paths of the Tree of Life and the astrological houses.

Each resulting word forms a rich and powerful wheel symbol that reflects a segment of the tree, depicted on a card in the oracle deck. Follow the reading sheet to lay the cards in the zigzag line of creation, and consult the guidebook to receive guidance on any life issue. Both the oracle and the tree are highly structured, and from this framework of harmony comes wisdom that you will value forever.



by Stanislav Reshetnikov

Cards : 176 pages

Publisher : Red Feather/ Schiffer (September 28, 2020)

List Price: $34.99


This original Tarot deck highlighting the practical insight of "depth psychology," which examines the unconscious--exploring dreams and archetypes--looks deeply at the Self, Shadow, Heavenly Fool, Inner Child, and other important aspects of humanity. Have you ever noticed that the world around us is just a decoration of "consensus" reality? And that the most interesting things are behind the scenes--in our subconscious, where the true puppet masters reside? In this exciting

78-card Tarot deck of fully illustrated Majors and thematic Minors, you will find that structural and logical methods represent the answer to these questions and help readers modify behaviors to best suit successful encounters with real-life situations. Created by a student of C. G. Jung philosophy, a pathway to clear divination messages, meditation, and psychological practices will resonate with readers everywhere.


WE'MOON 2021:

Gaia Rhythms for Womyn - THE WORLD, 40th Edition

Datebook—astrological planner and moon phase calendar

Founder: Musawa, Special Editor: Bethroot Gwynn

Spiral Bound (Mother Tongue Ink) English

List Price: $21.95


We'Moon is an iconic astrology planner, moon phase calendar, and visionary collection of art and writing submitted by creative women.

We'Moon 2021: The World, celebrating our 40th anniversary in print, honors deep mysteries of the natural world, women's paths toward spiritual transformation, and heartfelt actions for reparative justice!

This edition highlights the diversity of the world’s many peoples, opens us to imaginative community, and praises the Earth in all Her many guises. The World beckons to us with urgency: "Rise Up! Work your elemental magic! Conjure with all your might, a vibrant, life-affirming future!”

Highlights of our desk-top datebook include information for every day in week at a glance format:

  • Cover image of We'Moon 2021 spiral bound astrological moon phase planner

  • Astrological data in Pacific Standard Time

  • Moon phases depicted for every day

  • Notation of when the moon changes signs

  • Void of Course Moon date, time and aspects

  • Notation of when the Sun changes signs

  • Astrological predictions for every sun sign in the zodiac

  • Holiday / Holy Day writings about each of the wiccan / pagan celebrations days

  • Over 100 images of fabulous feminist art and over 100 righteous writings by amazing poets and storytellers. All of these works are submitted by women from all over the world

  • The planner is laid out in a week-at-a-glance format

  • Month-at-a-glance moon phase calendar pages in the appendix

  • Year-at-a-glance calendars with full and new moons for both the current and following year, so you can schedule your full and new moon circles well in advance

  • Full Ephemeris located in the back of the book with retrograde periods highlighted for every planet

  • Bylines for the hundreds of contributors whose work is included in the day planner

  • Information about how you can contribute your creative work for possible publication

  • Intro articles about astrology, Chinese astrology, herbs, the wiccan / pagan holidays, eclipses and mercury retrogrades that are coming up for the year, and more

  • Appendix articles on how to understand the various influences of the planets and signs, a veritable feast of Astrology 101

  • ...And So much more!

You need daily inspiration and beauty in your life, right?

And in this busy world, you need find ways to stay organized, too, yeah?

We'Moon brings all of this together in a week-at-a-glance planner.

Brimming with information and beauty

    • With over 30 informative articles, brilliant art features and provocative poems and prose,

    • this week-at-a-glance date book will provide an entire year's worth of motivation, inspiration and companionship.

You can read your horoscope for the year, get inspired about celebrating seasonal changes,

use it as an impromptu divination tool, and record your appointments.

Daily Astrological Info, Moon Phases and Signs

We've included the astrological information for every day, as well as the moon phases and signs,

so you can quickly reference the galactic influences as you go through your days.



by Kinuko Y. Craft (Author/Illustrator, Amber Lotus Publishing

Calendar : 28 pages

Publisher : Amber Lotus Publishing; First Edition (June 19, 2020)

List Price: $14.99


From mythical archetypes to historical figures, women have inspired great literature, poetry, and, above all, magnificent works of art. Among contemporary artists inspired by ladies of legends, none shines brighter than Kinuko Y. Craft. In this elegant calendar she presents 12 opulent and richly detailed portraits of enchantresses, goddesses, brave warriors, and fairy-tale princesses, each weaving a spell of breathtaking feminine beauty.

  • 12" x 12" wall calendar (12" x 24" open).

  • A year of Kinuko Craft's exquisite artwork on your wall.

  • An extraordinary fantasy art gift.

  • We Plant Trees — Amber Lotus Publishing, an independent carbon-negative US company, has planted ONE MILLION trees since 2008 to offset our carbon footprint and resource usage.

  • High-quality printing on premium paper stock.

  • Printed on paper sourced from a combination of sustainably managed forests and recycled materials.

  • Features US and Canadian legal holidays, phases of the moon, and important observances of the world's major religions.

Craft is one of the world's most widely respected and well-known contemporary fantasy artists. She has published eight major illustrated fairy-tale and mythology hardcover picture books, including The Twelve Dancing Princesses and Cinderella. She has illustrated many children's books, and her work has graced more than 100 book and magazine covers. Craft is a storyteller, and her paintings reveal new layers of wonder with each viewing. Her work can also been seen in prestigious galleries and museums.



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This concludes our Newsletter for this month.

Look for us again NOVEMBER 1st, 2020! BLESSED SAMHAIN!!!!!

Erica (Raven) Branch-Butler, Editrix, Edge of the Circle Books Newsletter