Create a balanced, happy love life with the help of this book of practical love magick. Award-winning author Christopher Penczak offers a wealth of magickal workings and wisdom for everything from reclaiming sexual power and arousing passion to banishing ties to an unrequited love relationship. Written for Witches, Pagans, and other magickal people, this guide tells you how to first build self-love and self-esteem, then use that energy to find a partner or rekindle the passion in your current relationship. It offers instruction on making love spells, potions, and talismans, and features a materia magica of flowers, herbs, stones, and metals to empower them. The Witch’s Heart also explores divine inner alchemy, love deities, sexual healing, fertility, the ethics of love magick, twin flames and soul mates, and how to heal a broken heart.
The Witching Hours is an anthology of comics written and illustrated, by women and non-binary persons. Our aim is to explore the range of what a witch can be as well as celebrate powerful and magical women. This book features 11 stories ranging from fantasy to horror to slice of life, written and drawn by some of the best comics creators in Western Canada.
This volume traces the modern critical and performance history of this play, one of Shakespeare's most-loved and most-performed comedies. The essay focus on such modern concerns as feminism, deconstruction, textual theory, and queer theory.
There's trouble in Oz! The Wicked Witch of the West is back and in possession of Dorothy's magic shoes. With the magic shoes she is more powerful than ever before, and after returning to her castle, she takes over all of western Oz. Then, with an army of flying monkeys and enslaved Winkies, she marches south to attack Trisha, the Good Witch of the South, whom she had once feared, but now is out for revenge. If she is successful, the Good Witch of the North will be next and then all the good in Oz will be lost forever. The Land of Oz is a battleground and all the good countries have joined together to try and stop the Wicked Witch of the West, who seems to have no weaknesses. When all seems hopeless, it's the Scarecrow who realizes he holds the Wicked Witch of the West's one weakness in the palm of his hand.
Would you pay in blood to have access to the witch’s knowledge? Rumors about Yuuri Watoh being a witch who feeds upon the misfortune of others have kept customers away from her Eastern Medicine Shop as long as she can remember—until he showed up. Intrigued by the rumors, Count Ernest Travis Selden, close attendant to the Hylant king and a notorious eccentric, seeks the Hinomoto witch’s specialized knowledge to solve a royal incident. But borrowing the witch’s aid comes at a steep price—one that can’t be paid in gold or jewels. How will the stubborn shut-in vampire witch who hails from the East handle the peculiar Western Count who frequently brings her problems to solve and seems all too happy to pay the price?