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Folk magick is accessible to everyone. Sometimes, our society imagines witchcraft and older folkways as spooky, difficult, and requiring a ton of expensive tools and weird ingredients, but none of this is really true. Here, Common Magick author A.C. Fisher Aldag discusses the accessibility and power of using folk magick.

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Death and dying are scary propositions for the vast majority of us. But, they don't need to be. In this interview with When We Die author Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, he explains why the extraordinary experiences so many people have at the end of life illuminates that there is something beyond our physical death.

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Candles are simple but powerful additions to our magical workings. Here, The Book of Candle Magic author Madame Pamita discusses the easy, powerful, and fun of integrating candles into your magical workings.

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Melissa Cynova's previous books have focused on her friendly yet no-nonsense approach to the tarot. Now she returns with Kitchen Table Magic—so sit down, pull up a chair, and talk magic!

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