New witch books releases for June 2021

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Here are the 11 new witch books releases for June 2021. Browse topics regarding tarot, astrology, shamanism, tree magic, moon magic, elemental magic, mediumship, and witchcraft.

I’ve read some of these books in a partnership with NetGalley and the publishers.

new witch books releases for june 2021

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Archetypal Tarot: What Your Birth Card Reveals About Your Personality, Your Path, and Your Potential

author: Mary K. Greer
release: 1 June 2021
publisher: Weiser Books
topic: Tarot

This is the new witch book that will introduce you to the world of personal tarot. Here you can determine your soul and personality cards. It has information on opportunities and challenges for you as a person as well as some exercises to explore.

It will make a great addition to all the tarot lovers who would love to expand their knowledge of this divination technique.

The Four Elements of the Wise: Working with the Magickal Powers of Earth, Air, Water, Fire 

author: Ivo Dominguez Jr.
release: 1 June 2021
publisher: Weiser Books
topic: Four Elements

This book offers a great introduction to elemental magic. You can explore their lore, history, correspondences, and use in spellwork and rituals.

It will make a great addition to someone on a witchcraft path that wishes to gain a better knowledge of four elements and their practical use in magic.

Anatomy of a Witch: A Map to the Magical Body

author: Laura Tempest Zakroff
release: 8 June 2021
publisher: Llewellyn Publications
topic: Witchcraft

Anatomy of a Witch offers an amazing combination of practical knowledge about witchcraft. It brings information on how to combine working with both: physical and energetic bodies.

You can discover here magical spells, rituals, and practical work that will help you better connect with your true nature. There are topics regarding your inner serpent, five elements, and the tarot.

This new witch book release is a great addition to anyone looking to expand their witchcraft practice and connect with the Self.

The Hedgewitch’s Little Book of Spells, Charms & Brews

author: Tudorbeth 
release: 8 June 2021
publisher: Llewellyn Publications
topic: Hedge Witchery

This is a book for someone who enjoys home-based practice. It offers over 100 spells, charms, and recipes for different intentions such as love, money, health, family, career, and more.

It combines the old traditions with a more modern look at spell crafting.

If you like to bring more magic into your everyday life and try some of these spells or recipes, this book would be a great gift to yourself!

Tree Magic: Connecting with the Spirit & Wisdom of Trees

author: Sandra Kynes
release: 8 June 2021
publisher: Llewellyn Publications
topic: Tree Magic

Would you like to deepen your connection with the natural forces of various trees? In this book, you can discover the unique energies of over 60 trees.

You will find here different lore, botanical and historical information on trees as well as their use in magic and ritual practices.

On top of that, there is also a lot of additional information on charts, tree and rune calendars, and Celtic Ogham.

Mediumship: Your Guide to Connect, Communicate, and Heal Through the Spirit World

author: Kerrie Erwin
release: 15 June 2021
publisher: Rockpool Publishing
topic: Mediumship

This new witch book release is dedicated to someone who wishes to expand their energy and ability to connect with the spirit world.

You will find here practical aspects of mediumship and the ability to connect with ancestors, spirit guides, teachers, and angels. Learn more about the topics such as protection from negative energies, recognizing spiritual energies around you, and ways to cope with grief.

The Ultimate Guide to Astrology: Use the Guidance of the Planets to Manifest Your Power and Purpose

author: Tanaaz Chubb
release: 15 June 2021
publisher: Fair Winds Press
topic: Astrology

*  I received the eARC copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

As an almost newbie in Astrology, I enjoyed this book. It has many good points regarding reading your birth chart and learning about planets. And most of all it’s beautifully designed and easy to navigate. 

We find here information on astrological houses, aspects, zodiac signs, and planets. Everything is explained so you can start this life-long journey of self-discovery through astrology. “The Ultimate Guide to Astrology” will allow you to understand concepts such as Moon Cycle, Mercury Retrograde, or Saturn Return.

Who is this book for:

✦ Total beginner in Astrology.
✦ Someone who wishes to learn how to create and read their astrological birth chart
✦ A person who is overwhelmed and confused in the astrology field and would like a simple guide through planet and zodiac sign meanings. 
✦ Someone who loves aesthetically pleasing books.

What could be improved:

I don’t see many things for improvement. As a beginner, I enjoyed every aspect of this book. I know that to get deeper knowledge about houses and more personal information, I’d have to reach for a more complex book.

Shamanic Power Animals: Embracing the Teachings of Our Non-Human Friends 

author: don Jose Ruiz
release: 21 June 2021
publisher: Hierophant Publishing
topic: Shamanism and Power Animals

Learn about the spiritual messages from over 200 animals. Each animal has the addition of exercises, meditation, prayer, and chants that you can use to better connect with their spirits.

Tap into the spiritual power of shamanism and personal growth together with sacred messages from our non-human friends.

This book is a powerful tool for self-discovery and guidance from the spirit world of animals.

Magickal Tarot: Spreads, Spellwork, and Ritual for Creating Your Life

author: Robyn Valentine
release: 22 June 2021
publisher: Fair Winds Press
topic: Tarot

*  I received the eARC copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

“Magickal Tarot” is a journey through Major Arcana. It is a book that connects Magick, rituals, and spell-crafting together with tarot energies. It contains an extensive description of each of the 22 Major Arcana cards together with a ritual or a spell that corresponds with their energies.

I enjoyed this quick read. It is pleasantly designed and gave me a deeper understanding of The Fool’s journey. The additional information about numerology, lunar phases, and the four elements are great introductions to further studies and learning more about each of these topics. Magickal Tarot puts an emphasis on symbolism and correspondences of 22 Major Cards and their use in spell crafting.

Who is this book for:

✦ Someone who would like to learn the meaning of Major Arcana cards: both in the upright and reversed version
✦ Beginner tarot reader that wants to connect and form a bond with their tarot deck
✦ A person interested in learning about the energies of Major Arcana cards and how they can be incorporated into magical workings
✦ A witch who likes to try new spells and rituals

What could be improved:

✦ The fact that this book doesn’t contain the meaning of all 78 tarot cards is a bit limiting and I can’t recommend it as an ultimate guide for learning tarot.
✦ The descriptions of each card are based on the Rider-Waite-Smith tarot imaginary and it would be great to see their reproductions in the book as well. “Magickal Tarot” illustrations are beautiful, minimalistic, aesthetic, and symbolic, but often lack the described color/depth of the RWS tarot cards’ version.

Herbal Magic: A Handbook of Natural Spells, Charms, and Potions

author: Aurora Kane
release: 29 June 2021
publisher: Wellfleet
topic: Herb Magic

*  I received the eARC copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

This magical herbal book is great for every Green Witchcraft practitioner. It contains various useful information when working with herbs, flowers, and trees. Additionally, you will find there information on Zodiac Sign, color and candle magic, moon phases, gathering, storing, and keeping herbs, connecting with herbal goddesses, fairies, and spirits of the trees.

What I really liked about “Herbal Magic” is the explanation of the energy (gender) of plants as well as associated elements.

There are 73 herbs, flowers, and trees described in the book. Each one has correspondences of gender, zodiac sign, planetary companion, associated day of the week, magical properties, and suggested uses.

The design of the book is very aesthetic, reminding me of a watercolor journal. It would make a great present for someone at the beginning of their Green witchcraft journey.

Who is this book for:

✦ Beginner Green Witch
✦ Someone who just started learning about magical associations of the herbs
✦ A person looking to connect better with a Goddesses associated with nature and plant work
✦ A witch that wants to try some herbal crafts (there are 36 spells in areas of relationship, health, success, protection, and acceptance)

What could be improved:

I enjoyed the overall experience of reading this book. It has a nice look to it, but there is one font that is hard to read. Otherwise, the design is beautiful and the information provided is sufficient for starting out. I would love to see more herbs and flowers and maybe some extra home decoration/herbal crafts.

Moon Power: Lunar Rituals for Connecting with Your Inner Goddess

author: Simone Butler
release: 29 June 2021
publisher: Fair Winds Press
topic: Moon Magic

* This is a review of a second edition of the book.

*  I received the eARC copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

“Moon Power” is a unique book about lunar energies. It is mostly addressed to female readers who would love to reach towards the guidance of their inner Goddess. What I really like about this book is the detailed information on the Moon in the different Zodiacs, which gives a better understanding of the individual traits of every one of us.

Each of the Moon Zodiac Signs has information on personal lunar strengths and shadows, sexual nature, and karmic path. It also presents associated Modern and Ancient Female Figures/Goddesses, sacred animals, as well as tips on how to create specific altars and rituals corresponding with New and Full Moons. At the end of each chapter, there is a list of things to do during Moon being in this zodiac sign as well as some questions for journaling and reflection.

“Moon Power ” is by far the most comprehensive guide on Moon in the Zodiac signs I have ever encountered. I really like the idea of following moon phases, and the information provided in this book is different from the others I have read. The moon changes a zodiac sign each 2,5 day and it’s a great opportunity to time some activities, intentions, and rituals associated with specific lunar phases.

The introduction of the book is great and I really liked learning about different moon phases’ significance according to the time when you were born.

Who is this book for:

✦ Each and every Selenophile
✦ Someone wanting to connect with their inner nature based on their Moon Zodiac sign
✦ A witch, that wishes to time their magic around Moon phases and their zodiac signs
✦ A person interested in Deity work and connecting with different Goddesses

What could be improved

Although I really like the structure and the information presented in this book, I’d love to see more actual information on the Moon. There is a lack of topics such as Blue Moons, Void of Course, and general information on Moon Phases. But I guess there are some other books that cover these topics more thoroughly. I just wish there was a one Moon Magic book that would contain all necessary elements.


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