Since 1998, Llewellyn's Witches' Calendar has been a favorite way to mark the turning of the Wheel of the Year. This beautiful calendar features magical wisdom, astrological data, and Witch's holidays, making it the perfect choice for bringing more happiness and enchantment into your year.
Each month features beautiful, original art by award-winning illustrator Jennifer Hewitson as well as an inspiring article and spell or ritual that explores:
Sigil Magic (Laura Tempest Zakroff)
Finding Your Crystal Allies (Devin Hunter)
Astrological Liminal Space (Monica Crosson)
Storm Gods and Protection (Stephanie Woodfield)
Kitchen Magic for Positive Relationships (Emily Carlin)
Sailors' Valentines (Natalie Zaman)
Celtic Cat Spirit (Mickie Mueller)
Creating a Blessing Gesture (Barbara Moore)
The Lore of Evergreens and Pines (James Kambos)
Laura Tempest Zakroff is a professional artist, author, dancer, designer, and Modern Traditional Witch. She holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and her myth-inspired artwork has received awards and honors worldwide. Laura blogs for Patheos as "A Modern Traditional Witch," for Witches & Pagans magazine as "Fine Art Witchery," and contributes to The Witches' Almanac. She is the author several bestselling books, including Sigil Witchery and Weave the Liminal. She is also the creator of the bestselling Liminal Spirits Oracle.
Natalie Zaman is the author of Color and Conjure and Magical Destinations of the Northeast (Llewellyn); the co-author of Sirenz (Flux), Sirenz Back In Fashion (Flux), and Blonde Ops (Thomas Dunne Books); and is a contributor to various Llewellyn annual publications.
Danielle Blackwood has studied and practiced astrology for more than thirty years. She is certified in the Principles and Practice of Contemporary Psychological Astrology through her teacher, world renowned astrologer and author Erin Sullivan. Danielle is also a registered counseling therapist (RTC), specializing in working with women in the areas of self-esteem, sexuality, body image, life transitions, and cultivating a connection with the sacred feminine through personalised rites of passage ceremony. Danielle encourages clients all over the world to live a life of authenticity and radical self-acceptance, helping them find meaning on their journey and consciously reframe their stories through an archetypal lens. As a priestess, she has been facilitating workshops, classes, ceremony and retreats on astrology and women's mysteries since 1994. Danielle lives in an enchanted cottage on magical Salt Spring Island in the Salish Sea with her husband, Jamie, a six-toed cat named Watson, and the newest member of the family, a rescue Staffordshire Terrier named Daisy.
Visit Danielle online at http://www.danielleblackwood.com.
Monica Crosson has been a practicing witch and educator for over thirty years and is a member of Evergreen Coven. Monica is the author of The Magickal Family and is a regular contributor to Llewellyn's almanacs and datebooks as well as magazines such as Enchanted Living and Witchology. Monica lives in the woods near Concrete, Washington.
Devin Hunter is a professional psychic medium and modern witch and is the resident house medium at the Mystic Dream in Walnut Creek, California. He holds third-degree initiations in both the Northern Star Tradition of Wicca as well as the Dianic Tradition of Witchcraft (the Cult of Diana), and is the founder of his own tradition, Sacred Fires. His AV Club–favorited podcast, The Modern Witch, has helped thousands of people from all over the world discover and develop their magical abilities. He is a blogger for Witches & Pagans and publisher of the magazine Modern Witch. Devin is currently teaching with the Black Rose School of Witchcraft and is the reigning Master of Ceremonies at the New Orleans Witches' Ball. Devin lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Stephanie Woodfield (Orlando, FL) has been a practicing Pagan for the past twenty years. A devotional polytheist, teacher, and Priestess of the Morrigan, she is one of the founding members of Morrigu's Daughters and is an organizer for several Pagan gatherings. Stephanie teaches classes on devotional work and magical practice in the US and internationally. A long time New Englander, she now resides in the Orlando area with her husband, a very pampered cat, and various reptiles. In her spare time she enjoys creating art out of skulls and other dead things. She is called to helping others forge meaningful experiences with the Morrigan, as well as the Gods and land of Ireland. Visit her online at https://www.stephaniewoodfield.com.
Sasha Graham teaches tarot classes and produces tarot events at New York City's premier cultural institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She has appeared on film, television, radio, and in the New York Times. She lives in New York City and can be found online at http://www.sashagraham.com.
Mickie Mueller (Missouri) explores magic and spirituality through art and the written word. She includes magical herbal washes in her art that correspond with the subject, making every piece enchanted. She is the author/illustrator of The Voice of the Trees; the illustrator of The Mystical Cats Tarot; and author of The Witch's Mirror and Llewellyn's Little Book of Halloween. Since 2007, Mickie has been a regular article and illustration contributor to Llewellyn's annual almanacs and datebooks, as well as many other Llewellyn books. Her art has been seen as set dressing on SyFy's The Magicians and Bravo's Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce. Her home studio is set up right next to the cottage workshop that produces products with her art for people all over the world run by her husband, author and craftsman Daniel Mueller.
Visit her online at www.MickieMuellerArt.com.
Barbara Moore (Northern California) has studied and read tarot since the early 1990s. She wrote the bestselling Tarot for Beginners and more than a dozen other books, and she has contributed to many bestselling tarot kits, including Mystical Manga Tarot and Shadowscapes Tarot. Barbara also works with clients and leads retreats and workshops all over the world.
JD Hortwort (Greensboro, NC) is the vice chancellor of the House of Akasha, a North Carolina pagan group. A former business journalist, she writes a weekly garden column for The Courier Tribune and she has contributed dozens of articles to Llewellyn's almanacs.
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