March 2021 Vol #70 - Witch Way Magazine- Issue - Digital Issue
THIS IS A DIGITAL ITEM/INSTANT DOWNLOAD
This 70 page Digital Witch Magazine features curated articles about witch culture, craft, and daily life so your March 2021 issue will help you explore traditions and techniques from a spirited new perspective, enabling you to grow and expand your knowledge base.
With 25-30 helpful articles per issue this is available in single page and spread format that will be easy to read on your tablet, phone or desktop! Sit back and relax with a cup of coffee as you enjoy, learn, discover, and inspire new passions within your craft!
- PDF of the March 2021 issue (spread format for easy desktop reading.)
- PDF of the March 2021 issue (single page format ideal for tablet and mobile reading)
- 8x10in size PDF
- 70 pages
- 25-30 Witch Articles
- Spread and Spread format available
- Diverse group of contributors
- Articles on witch daily life, techniques, and craft from different perspectives.
HOW TO PURCHASE
1.) Add to cart and complete purchase.
2.) You will receive an email with your downloads
3.) Open in device and enjoy!
- For help on working with PDFs in specific devices see the FAQ section or message me.
ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE
- Editor's Letter
- Spring Visualization
- Fire Jumping Ritual
- Yerba Santa
- Entering Hekate’s Garden: The Practice of Plant Spirit Witchcraft
- Ostara Egg Spell
- CAOS Ends in Chaos: Netflix's Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
- Ostara, Goddess of Spring & Dawn
- THE 8 PRINCIPLES OF MAGIC
- Which Witch Am I
- Oh My, Spring is in the Air!
- MAGICAL SPRING CLEANING
- Queen Nanny of the Maroons
- TRUTH SPELL
- THE DEVIL’S ADVOCATE
- Madame Blavatsky & The Theosophical Society
- Spring Cooking Magic: Dandelion Jelly
- The Whitby Witches
- Mythic Witchcraft: The Power of Story and the Wild Unseen
- Ostara Sunrise Tarot Spread
- Astrology Monthly
Spells and rituals are for entertainment purposes only, Witch Way does not guarantee the outcome of any spell-work obtained from our magazines. This magazine is recommended for ages 18 and older. Editor is an ordained reverend.