WITCH Booktube Review: A Witch's Travel Guide to Astral Realms

WITCH Booktube Review: A Witch's Travel Guide to Astral Realms

WITCH Booktube Review: A Witch's Travel Guide to Astral Realms



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  1. Anthony Shipman

    I think it’s incredibly important to discuss the older books and the words of the people that have founded our practices. It’s part of honoring our witchy ancestry. And yes there are going to be some outdated but I think it’s valuable to get an understanding of the evolution of our practices and the ways we view magick. I think it could be beneficial to spend some time reading books that explore the cultural shift of paganism and witchcraft and maybe through the blog providing some history content on different practices. Helping readers to differentiate between truth and some writers creative takes.

  2. If the author's personal views are offensive, one can always buy the book used. No financial support will reach the author from the purchase of a used book.

  3. Seasoned WeMoon

    You are just wonderful and I am so grateful for your continued dedication to being an educator and a student ! Immediately, as you spoke of the work of this Authoress (new word I’ve learned) ; I looked over to my beloved copy of “Our Bodies, Ourselves” 🧘🏾‍♀️ The cover page held no facial recognition of the women in my Chicago neighborhood but, yes but, what informative, life long alchemy! I will forever curtsy to The Boston Women’s Health Book Collective ‘69 ‘70’s ♦️♥️

  4. The Avalon books, especially Mists of Avalon! Read those books when I was younger and I feel like Mists of Avalon really did make a huge impact on my life (pretty sure I've mentioned it before).

  5. ImmortalArtistAtSea

    I'm currently reading Spells, Charms, Talismans and Amulets by Pamela Ball from 2001 and I must admit, trying to read around the blatant cultural appropriation is starting to get tiresome.

    One book that introduced me to Arthurian legend and strong female characters was The Mists of Avalon. That is one book I now refuse to read again. Finding out what the author did to her daughter and who knows how many others makes me feel physically sick.

  6. I'm of a similar opinion to you – take what information you can. I get frustrated when people speak of things written a long time ago (and since it was more than half my lifetime ago – yikes – it's a long time ago) as if the author would have the lens of today.

  7. Butterfly Lovechild

    I’ll admit I struggled with this book. The author’s opinions on mental health really got under my skin, and I decided to shelve it.

    The way I see it, no one person has a monopoly on an idea or a teaching and there’s most likely literature out there that can convey it just as effectively without those issues. Sometimes I just don’t have the spoons to sit and pick through it

  8. if there was nothing newer with good information on the subject, then yes I would buy an older book. Im actually surprised not many have written about it.

  9. I don’t know if it’s just me, but sometimes I have a hard time hearing your videos. It seems like the volume is very low. I love your videos and I really want to hear what you’re saying!

  10. I think it’s great that you are bringing up this topic. I think if you are recommending a book and you know that there are some things that might be problematic, just go ahead and throw that out there at the beginning and talk about why you still think it’s a valuable book. Not everyone is going to agree with you. People are complicated and I have struggled with separating the art from the artist on many different levels.

  11. I'm about 2/3 of the way through it and I don't think I've come across anything offensive. What bothers me are the supposed examples for which the author gives no context. Just randomly there would be a paragraph about Joe Shmoe and how he astral travelled and met so and so or something. Okay…is this a past client? Cause otherwise it sounds completely made up…

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