Series: Llewellyn's Witches' Companion

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Llewellyn's 2008 Witches' Companion by Llewellyn2008
Llewellyn's 2010 Witches' Companion by Llewellyn2010
Llewellyn's 2011 Witches' Companion by Llewellyn2011
Llewellyn's 2012 Witches' Companion by Llewellyn2012
Llewellyn's 2013 Witches' Companion by Llewellyn2013
Llewellyn's 2014 Witches' Companion by Llewellyn2014

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  1. Llewellyn's 2015 Witches' Companion: An Almanac for Contemporary Living by Barbara Ardinger (2014)
  2. Llewellyn's 2012 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn (2011)
  3. The Witches' Almanac: Spring 2011 to Spring 2012 by Theitic (2010)
  4. Llewellyn's 2010 Sabbats Almanac: Samhain 2009 to Mabon 2010 by Llewellyn (2009)
  5. The Witches' Almanac, Issue 34, Spring 2015-Spring 2016: Fire: The Transformer by Theitic (2014)
  6. Celebrating Wiccan Spirituality: Spells, Sacred Rites, and Folklore for Each Day of the Year by Lady Sabrina (2002)
  7. Llewellyn's Witches' Datebook 1999 (1998)
  8. Grimoire for the Green Witch: A Complete Book of Shadows by Ann Moura (2003)
  9. The Goddess Is in the Details: Wisdom for the Everyday Witch by Deborah Blake (2009)
  10. Earth, Air, Fire & Water: More Techniques of Natural Magic by Scott Cunningham (1991)
  11. Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart (2004)
  12. Coven Craft: Witchcraft for Three or More by Amber K (1998)
  13. Solitary Witch: The Ultimate Book of Shadows for the New Generation by Silver RavenWolf (2003)
  14. Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner by Scott Cunningham (2001)
  15. Wheel of the Year: Living the Magical Life by Pauline Campanelli (1989)

Series description

A farmer's almanac-type annual geared towards modern Witches and other contemporary Pagans. Includes astrological information for the year.


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