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Witches Flying to the Sabbat

The Witches' Almanac
Spring 1994 to Spring 1995

The Witches' Almanac

The issue opens with a summons “to extend your imagination for an hour or two,” and this Almanac does just that: Joseph Conrad views life on earth as an enchanted state; aristocratic Lady Sybil shape-shifts into a white doe; Gnostics wear gems as amulets to ward off harm; King Arthur's sister, Morgan Le Fay, designs a cloak of flames; “essence of what is right” derives from Lao-Tze; a soldier ties a sponge under his chin to catch drugged wine, spies on twelve dancing princesses. As always, a monthly astrological preview, monthly climatology predictions, intriguing art. $5.95

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Table of Contents

To the Evening Star
Today and Tomorrow
Moon Gardening
The Moon Calendar
Life on Earth
The White Doe
Gnostic Gems
The Sage of Tao
Animal Tips
Kitchen Magic
A Bevy of Swans
Winter Garden
Amber Apples
Animal Symbols
Ancient Days, Ancient Ways
The Solar Houses
Mercury Retrograde
Morgan le Fay
Keep a Weather-Eye Open
As Others See Us
The Dancing Shoes

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