Facing North Updated

Facing North, one of the largest collections of reviews about item of interest to the Pagan/ Alternative Spirituality  community has released its October reviews.

This month we are debuting a brand new review section devoted to tarot books and decks. Spearheaded by Elizabeth Hazel, editor of ATA Quarterly, this collection is starting small but growing quickly.

Added to our older reviews, are
The Deviant Moon Tarot
The Shadowscape Tarot — two reviews and twice the artwork!
Brotherhood of Light Egyptian Tarot
Medievel Traumzit
Roots of Asia Tarot
Paulina Tarot
Legacy of the Divine Tarot
The Fantod Pack (Edward Gorey’s tarot)
The Rumi Tarot
The Pamela Colman Smith Commemerative Set

Along with the new section, we have our usual eclectic offerings:
Dreamgates: Exploring the Worlds of Soul, Imagination, and Life Beyond Death
Smoky & the Feast of Mabon — a children’s book.
Temples of Light: An Initiatory Journey into the Heart of the Egyptian Mysteries
Holy Smoke: Loose Herbs and Hot Embers for INTENSE Group Smudges and smoke Prayers
Runes; Theory & Practice
Arbatel: Concerning the Magic of the Ancients
Lodestone & Lady’s Mantle items — gorgeously magickal items for ritual work

Last month, we reviewed:
Housekeeping for the Soul
Daughters of the Witching Hill
Ariel & Electra: A Wyrding Lunation in 39 Parts
Healing Into Possibility: THe Transformational Lessons of a Stroke
Kick Ass Creativity
What to Do When You Can’t Decide
Hanuman: the Devotion and Power of the Monkey God
The Weiser Field Guide to Cryptozoology
Words of Power: Transform Your Life

As well as a number of music reviews.

All in all, as we finish our fourth year I am very proud of our work. We continue to add at least 10 reviews each month, all of which are honest and opinionated. The items we review vary and all are specific to this diverse community.

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