October 1 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Come enjoy a glass or two of champagne and learn all about kosmesis, the sacred ancient art of dress and adornment. Enjoy a lively discussion followed by a kosmesis ritual. After the … Continued
This is a (Facebook) group for readers of Glamour Magic: The Witchcraft Revolution to Get What You Want to post their questions, power thoughts, Experiment results and maybe some dream journaling. It could get crazy. Don’t be shy about … Continued
Thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast! This week I’m joined by Deborah Castellano, author of GLAMOUR MAGIC: THE WITCHCRAFT REVOLUTION TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, and we’re talking glamour, revolution, and world domination!
Your life is a blank page. Are you ready to fill it with the colors of everything you need, want, and desire? Join Llewellyn authors Natalie Zaman and Deborah Castellano who will bring the art of glamour magic and coloring … Continued
Deborah Castellano will be perfirming a Glamour Rite at CrucibleCon. Check the event website for more details closer to the date for more information.
Come enjoy a glass or two of champagne and learn all about kosmesis, the sacred ancient art of dress and adornment. Enjoy a lively discussion followed by a kosmesis ritual. After the ritual, Deb will read from her book, Glamour … Continued
A Chat with Deborah Castellano and Jason Miller about Glamour, Sorcery, and Influence!
This week we are speaking with my good friend, Deborah Castellano. Deb is a fiction writer, blogger, witch, weaver and author of Glamour Magic which -if you’re listening to the show on podcast Thursday– was released yesterday. We talk … Continued
So, generally speaking, right now would be an excellent example about how you should do what I say, not as I do. Full time job, Jow’s about to start nursing school, my book drops in six days, my cat literally … Continued
Lammas. A time for bread baking and contemplation — Pass. Lammas. A time to consider the fates of various sun gods — Double pass. Look. We have a tiny air conditioner that is like the Little Engine That Could (Maybe). … Continued