Palmistry: How to Chart the Lines of Your Destiny is a no frills, down to earth guide to learning the art of palm reading. It is straight forward, to the point and an easy read. The author, Roz Levine, gives us lovely color photos and glossy paper along with detailed descriptions of all the parts and secrets of hands and what they say about us, and about our futures.
I have nothing bad to say about this book, except that it is a very basic guide to the art of palmistry, but if you are a beginner or just looking to start palm reading, this is the perfect book for you. It is inexpensive, well organized and well written by an author who clearly knows their stuff. You can get it here!
The Dreamer’s Almanac is a beautiful glossy, high quality, colorful book filled with easy to access information and lovely color photos depicting and explaining a wide variety of dream subjects. The beginning of the book briefly describes and explains the history of dreams, dream interpretation and the science behind sleeping and dreaming. The rest of the book is dedicated to listing and explaining different dream scenarios and what they could mean for our subconscious or for our future. This is easily my favorite book on dream interpretation, simply for how well it is organized, the beautiful photographs, and the easy-to-understand-no-frills-attached way that things are explained.
I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to find the meaning behind their dreams. This was a short review, I know. But I really don’t have anything bad to say about the book! You can get it here!
The Fortune-Tellers Bible is a book I picked up on a whim when I first started revitalizing my practice as a witch. I’m constantly trying to find books that are as free as possible of cultural appropriation, racism, gender binaries and sexism. Let me tell you, it is NOT easy! However, from what I have read of this book, all the information is presented in a respectful and educational manner along with lovely color photographs that illustrate topics and steps. I also really enjoyed just the writing itself, it is very easy to read and easy to follow.
The book is chock full of great information that any diviner or oracle would love. Runes, Tarot, Scrying, Palmistry, Numerology, Face Reading, and both Western and Chinese astrology are some of the main topics of this book. This is actually my favorite book to consult on matters of palmistry and runes, which I used to really struggle with before I read this.
I highly recommend that any witch, beginner or seasoned, should acquire this book. You can find it pretty cheap on ebay, amazon and barnes and noble if you buy it used. It is such an invaluable resource and I can’t even begin to tell you how much I’ve used it. It sits on my shelf along with only four other books that I use regularly in my craft. I’m such a picky reader when it comes to witchy books, because the vast majority of witchcraft authors are just so grossly prejudice and either sexist, racist, anti-lgbtqa, pro gender binaries, pro-cultural theft, etc. That’s why I started reviewing witchy books, really, is so that I can provide, you, my lovely readers, with good suggestions (or warnings!) in regards to the subject.