Easy Lenormand Set Review

This is the #easylenormand set, which has a great book but lackluster cards. #lenormand

Domagick Sept 11 2017 Since I reviewed The Scrying Ink Lenormand app yesterday, it only makes sense that I review the deck that I have been using to talk to the Nine all this time. It’s also the one that I have been using for the majority of my Lenormand studies so far. I purchased […]

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Scrying Ink Lenormand App Review

screenshot from the #scryingink #lenormand #lenomandapp

Domagick Sept 10 2017 Although my prayers and offering went smoothly enough today, my house was still in enough upset that I decided I wanted to try something different than simply reading my usual deck. To briefly escape the clutter, I thought I would use an Lenormand app for today’s reading instead. I’ve been playing […]

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Review of SHADOW MARBAS by Audrey Brice

Back in the old days, when a witch deserted his coven, the coven sought revenge. Jacob Mallory knew the stories, but he left Shadow Marbas anyway. The saga begins. After a disagreement between Cult of Lucifuge and Temple Apophis leaves Jacob defenseless and he discovers Marbas’ remnants of a curse, he seeks protection from Lucifer’s […]

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Vampire Novel Provides Fresh Blood

I’ve considered myself an amateur vampirologist for a long time. I bought a copy of Bunson’s Vampire Encyclopedia in 1993 and nearly wept when the dog-eared paperback fell apart five years later. By then it had already become the lighthouse that helped me navigate the stormy seas of poorly written vampire film and fiction. Thanks […]

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The Second Book of Crystal Spells

Whenever I visit a metaphysical store, I leave with the impression that some people must need crystals the way the rest of us need food, water, and air. Otherwise, I just can’t understand how they justify spending so much money on pretty paperweights. Saying that might make me sound like Scrooge, yet it also sums […]

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Everyone says high school sucks…

…But at least we didn’t take Satan to prom. After reading Rue Morgue‘s review of My Best Friend’s Exorcism, I had high hopes for Grady Hendrix’s latest novel. Luckily enough, this book delivered exactly what the magazine promised: well-developed and realistically-written teenage characters, a journey through the 80’s, and a refreshing take on the exorcism […]

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