Janet Tapper

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Playing Card Divination: Every Card Tells a Story

Intended for readers who enjoy divination tools; appropriate for neophyte card readers as well as expert oracles.
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The Healing Guide to Flower Essences: How To Use Gaia’s Magick and Medicine for Wellness, Transformation and Emotional Balance

Excellent for readers that either wish to explore the subtlest of herbal medicine and personal self-care or expand their knowledge of this unique healing practice.

Sew Witchy: Tools, Techniques & Projects for Sewing Magick

While easily defined as a crafting book for beginner and intermediate sewing enthusiasts, this title is clearly for readers interested in witchcraft and magick.
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The Ultimate Guide to Witchcraft: A Modern-Day Guide to Making Magick

Media rich and accessible, this Instagram-slick title will appeal to readers attracted to the aesthetic of witchcraft and perhaps find inspiration to look a bit deeper.

Preventing Lyme and Other Tick-Borne Diseases: Control Ticks in the Home Landscape; Prevent Infection Using Herbal Protocols; Treat Tick Bites with Natural Remedies

Outdoor enthusiasts, parents, pet owners, and those interested in natural medicine will gain valuable practical advice from well-organized, well-written book.
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Initiated: Memoir of a Witch

Although there are a few spells and ceremonies included, this is not a “how-to” for witchcraft. This account will reach readers with an interest in modern women’s autobiographies, true stories about witchcraft and magic, and resistance to patriarchy.
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The Nature Cure: A Doctor’s Guide to the Science of Natural Medicine

DIY health readers and fans of natural medicine will find this title scientifically validating and filled with new information.

Waking the Witch: Reflections on Women, Magic, and Power

Reminiscent of Sarah Vowell’s work and equally affecting, this intellectually satisfying, personally liberating, and remarkably humorous classic is recommended for readers of women’s history, paganism, witchcraft, and feminism.

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Queering the Tarot

Snow creates a safe divinatory space for a community likely to have suffered abuse or trauma, or who don't relate to the dominant cis culture in an expanding and affirming read for all levels of tarot enthusiasts.

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