Episode 65 – Hedges, Hearths, and The Herbcrafter’s Tarot

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Hey friends and thanks so much tuning in to episode 65 – hedges, hearths, and the Herbcrafter’s tarot. Today I’ve got a review of the Herbcrafter’s tarot, which I also use to deliver your February tarot scopes but first I want to talk a little about witchy media and the pagan sabbat of Imbolc, celebrated February 1st and/or 2nd. We’re talking about hedge witches, hearth witches, their differences and similarities, and WACKY PSYCHEDELICS. Plus I’ve got new tarotscopes for the month of February!


It’s in the Cards: The Herbcrafter’s Tarot Deck Review

February 2020 Tarotscopes

Hedge Rider vs. Hedge Witch | Patheos Pagan

The Hearth Witch’s Compendium by Anna Franklin

Poison Path Reading List – Bane Folk

Beaux Magique

Poisoner’s Apothecary

Magical Housekeeping by Tess Whitehurst

The Witching Herbs by Harold Roth

My first ever book – Green Witchcraft: A Practical Guide to Discovering the Magic of Plants, Herbs, Crystals and Beyond – will officially be out 2/25/2020!!! You can pre-order it 🌿 here 🌿  and remember to request it at your local witch shop!

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The music you heard during the ad for my book was Reggae Man by Audio Hero.
As always the opening and closing track is Back To The 90s (Douglas Mulvey AKA D-REX) / CC BY 4.0) 

One thought on “Episode 65 – Hedges, Hearths, and The Herbcrafter’s Tarot

  1. I’m guessing you get a nickel (or probably less) from Amazon if we get your book using a link? If that’s the case, could you also provide looks for those of us in the states?

    I just started listening, and I LOVE your podcast! I’ve actually never listened to a podcast before (likely because I’m old enough to be your mother), and I’m hooked!


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