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Llewellyn's 1990 Magical Almanac by Ray Buckland1990
Llewellyn's 1992 Magical Almanac by Raymond Buckland1992
Llewellyn's 1993 Magical Almanac by Raymond Buckland1993
Llewellyn's 1994 Magical Almanac by Patricia Telesco1994
Llewellyn's 1995 Magical Almanac by D. J. Conway1995
Llewellyn's 1996 Magical Almanac by D. J. Conway1996
Llewellyn's 1997 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn1997
Llewellyn's 1998 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn1998
Llewellyn's 1999 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn1999
Llewellyn's 2000 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2000
Llewellyn's 2001 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2001
Llewellyn's 2002 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2002
Llewellyn's 2003 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2003
Llewellyn's 2004 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2004
Llewellyn's 2005 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2005
Llewellyn's 2006 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2006
Llewellyn's 2007 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2007
Llewellyn's 2008 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2008
Llewellyn's 2009 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2009
Llewellyn's 2010 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2010
Llewellyn's 2011 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2011
Llewellyn's 2012 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2012
Llewellyn's 2013 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2013
Llewellyn's 2014 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn2014

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  1. Llewellyn's 2003 Wicca Almanac by Llewellyn (2003)
  2. Llewellyn's 2010 Sabbats Almanac: Samhain 2009 to Mabon 2010 by Llewellyn (2009)
  3. Llewellyn's 2003 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn (2002)
  4. The Witches' Almanac: Spring 2002 to Spring 2003 by Elizabeth Pepper (2000)
  5. Earth Power: Techniques of Natural Magic by Scott Cunningham (2002)
  6. Spell Crafts: Creating Magical Objects by Scott Cunningham (1993)
  7. Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs by Scott Cunningham (1985)
  8. To Light A Sacred Flame: Practical Witchcraft for the Millenium by Silver RavenWolf (1999)
  9. To Ride A Silver Broomstick: New Generational Witchcraft by Silver RavenWolf (1993)
  10. Yule: A Celebration of Light and Warmth by Dorothy Morrison (2000)
  11. True Magick: A Beginner's Guide by Amber K (1990)
  12. The Inner Temple of Witchcraft: Magick, Meditation and Psychic Development (Penczak Temple Series) by Christopher Penczak (2002)
  13. Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft by Raymond Buckland (1990)
  14. Nocturnal Witchcraft: Magick After Dark by Konstantinos (2002)
  15. To Stir A Magick Cauldron: A Witch's Guide to Casting and Conjuring by Silver RavenWolf (1995)

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