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This most sacred season we like to take stock of what we have, remember what we've lost and prepare for new adventures ahead. We are cleaning house, fixing stuff and making way for new adventures. Please excuse our dust!

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Read Along with the Witchipedia

Every month we choose a new book by, for or about magical people, Pagans, Heathens, witches or some related topic. Please join in our monthly read-along by reading this month's book and posting a review either on your own blog or right here on the page that features the book.

An Imperfect Witch

In the post-holiday/pre-holiday lull, I thought it would be nice to relax with some fiction. So this month's read-along book is An Imperfect Witch, by Debora Geary, the first in her Witch Central series. Which itself seems to be an extension of her previous A Modern Witch series.

Each month Witchipedia hosts a Read along. We choose a book of fiction OR nonfiction either magical or Pagan in subject or written by a member of the Pagan, Heathen, or magical communities. It may be a new release or a classic.

Each month we create a new page for the book of the month with a brief synopsis and a link to purchase the book at Amazon.com

Your task is to acquire the book, either by purchasing or borrowing it, read it, and tell us what you think.

You can discuss the book right here by clicking the "comment" link below or create a review on your blog and provide a link to it to this page so other folks can discuss it with you. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and sharing our opinions!



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This Month's Theme

Magickal Symbols

The theme for the month of April is Magickal Symbols. Symbols are so important to magic workers because they help to engage the logical part of our brain that can get in the way of successful spellwork while simultaneously appealing to the intuitive part of the mind that is so necessary. Symbols are also more universal than words. Oftentimes, words get in the way of what we're doing. They are perhaps clumsy, awkward, or you don't know which words are the right words, but a symbol can say it all. For some, the act of tracing or drawing a symbol is a magical spell in and of itself. Symbols can be used as amulets, talismans or tatooed on our bodies, carved into our garden fences or painted onto our front doors to draw good things and ward away bad things. Some symbols are very ancient and their power reflects that. More modern symbols can also be very powerful.

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Be kind and get to work.
(by coppice 27 Nov 2014 00:03, posts: 3)
Out some salt out for mother and daughter.
(by coppice 27 Nov 2014 00:01, posts: 3)
Some folks want to be the wizard, some the broom…
(by coppice 27 Nov 2014 00:00, posts: 3)
Lecture you? Happy to advise and share what I know, don't think it qualifies as a lecture. Go...
(by Siouxi 26 Nov 2014 23:40, posts: 2)
Hello and welcome! I am glad you found your way to us.
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