The Astrology Book: the Encyclopedia of Heavenly Influences by James R. Lewis I’m using this book as one of my sources in the rough draft for the third (and last!) book in my astrology series. It’s super helpful and super detailed, I highly recommend it! Especially if you’re interested in astrology from all over the… Continue reading The Astrology Book
I’m really enjoying this book so far. I’m in a hard-core decluttering mood and this is exactly the kind of book that jives with that. Some of it is a bit extreme, even in my current “kill the clutter” mood. But it’s still a fun read. Some quotes I like: “Also, you’ve possibly already had… Continue reading Magical Housekeeping, Tess Whitehurst
The Path of the Witch by Lidia Pradas. This one of those books that you say is “interesting” and aren’t quite sure whether that’s a good thing or not.
The Orphic Hymns, translated by Apostolos N. Athanassakis and Benjamin M. Wolkow. #3 (To Night) is a relatable Insomnia Feel™
Scott Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs.
I just got some new books — can’t wait to dive in! New books! I got the top 5 delightful specimens from the Mother Earth News bookshop (Ogden Publications), and The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook I got from my local Sprouts. I’ve already started that one and love it so far! Stay tuned for more detailed… Continue reading New book haul!
Long title award: featuring the works of Roman author Virgil, with a title clocking in at 97 words.
Alternate post title: Who Wants to Live Forever? (courtesy of Freddie Mercury). You've heard of Lady Ambrosia—probably from watching The Blacklist. But do you want to know the REAL story? Keep reading to find out.
Did you know that yesterday—January 29th—was National Puzzle Day? If you want to do a little after-the-fact celebrating and torture your mind with a real-life puzzle, read on!
I recently rewatched Pirates of the Carribean: Curse of the Black Pearl while home for the holidays. I was having dinner with my family when my mom brought up the detail about Captain Barbosa and the apple, which I had completely forgotten. PotC is one of my favorites, so it was no hardship to refresh my memory, and the occasion inspired this collection of some of the myths and legends behind Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl, here for your reading pleasure!