noun /ˈlīˌbrerē/ /-brərē/
“A building or room containing collections of books, periodicals, and sometimes films and recorded music for people to read, borrow, or refer to.”
The Magickal Librarian is like your local public librarian; helpful and informative. This blog was created as a place to learn and share reviews about books that have to do with paganism or books those interested in paganism would read. Who would know better than those interested in the topic whether it is for you or not.
But this is purely user-generated site. It cannot be done without your participation. So help build the internet’s 1st magickal library. Suggest books to be included in its online stacks. Submit reviews and like the books you’ve bought or read. Disagree with a review? Want to add more details? Have any questions? Use the comments section for any book already posted. Search for books of a particular topic using the categories menu or the A to Z book list if you know exactly what you’re looking for.
Books will be posted with their publisher’s information as well as book reviews, ratings and categories. These books would include topics of interest in the following categories; paganism and the religions and spiritual systems that fall under that umbrella term, theology, philosophy, mythology, folklore, occultism, divination, parapsychology, magic, science, energy work, rituals, history, religion, spiritualism, and several other topics.
And don’t forget to pass the word on about our library. We are the Magickal Librarians.