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Llewellyn's 2010 Witches' Calendar (Calendar) was £13, now £4.52 delivered @ Amazon

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Enchanting original artwork, provocative ideas, fresh modes of magic-it's all inside "Llewellyn's 2010 Witches' Calendar". Each month you'll find inspiring articles by both well-known writers and fres… Read More
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Enchanting original artwork, provocative ideas, fresh modes of magic-it's all inside "Llewellyn's 2010 Witches' Calendar". Each month you'll find inspiring articles by both well-known writers and fresh voices in the Wiccan/Pagan community. In addition to practical information for planning rituals and astrological data, this edition also features in depth articles on speed oracles, magical baking, oaths and oath-breaking, outdoor rituals, seasonal acts of kindness, crane women, and more.
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thanks for the post

scooter
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thank you very much what a great gift !!:gift:
#3
about right isn't it... got mine back 2 weeks ago for £9 :( (blasted amazon!)
#4
And to think 99% of the population think that Christmas day has it's roots with Christianity :roll:

Might get this out of sheer curiosity :)
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ollyk
And to think 99% of the population think that Christmas day has it's roots with Christianity :roll:

Might get this out of sheer curiosity :)


Very true... Yule or the Pagan New year.. is the true new year. Come to think of it, it makes sense on the shortest day to be Jan 1st as such.

Pagan to put lovelly stuff on trees ;) like people do with xmas trees.

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