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Tonya A. Brown
“If you are someone who feels drawn to mysticism in any way, if you seek to discover life’s mysteries, or if the label “witch” feels comfortable or intriguing to you—you, my amazing reader, are a witch.”
Tonya A. Brown, The Door to Witchcraft: A New Witch's Guide to History, Traditions, and Modern-Day Spells

Madeline Miller
“Little by little I began to listen better: to the sap moving in the plants, to the blood in my veins. I learned to understand my own intention, to prune and to add, to feel where the power gathered and speak the right words to draw it to its height. That was the moment I lived for, when it all came clear at last and the spell could sing with its pure note, for me and me alone.”
Madeline Miller, Circe

“And that's what witches do: we look for magic, for divinity, in everything. What's more, we allow ourselves to find it, even in the seemingly mundane.”
Mya Spalter, Enchantments: A Modern Witch's Guide to Self-Possession

Dacha Avelin
“Witchcraft is a way of looking at the physical and spiritual as a collaborative source of manifestation.
Witches are in tune with themselves and in alignment with their inner forces of nature.”
Dacha Avelin

Madeline Miller
“You cannot guess what spells I have cast, what poisons I have gathered to protect myself against you, how your power may rebound upon your head. Who knows that is in me? Will you find out?”
Madeline Miller, Circe

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