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The Key.: Opening the Doorway to Magickal Practice by Lucy Drake
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
this is an excellent work book for Magical Practitioners of all flavours.
written in the words of an encouraging but firm teacher, who truly believes this is not beyond your capability if you push yourself.

the exercises are simple, but provide enough challenge to grow and develop, at whatever pace suits you.
they do not require tools or dogma.

I would definitely recommend this book to beginners on the path, as it provides a really solid foundation to build on in later years.

for those of us that are more experienced, it still holds value, as all too often the foundations may become neglected over the years, and it works wonderfully as a Magical… Read more
Trail Explorer Unisex 3 Man Tent - Grey Trail
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
fed up of tents that are only suitable for you, but not your opposite gendered significant other? well this manufacturer has FINALLY solved that complex issue by producing a UNISEX TENT!!!


my husband and I have bought so many tents over the years, and found that while some are perfect for me, they are not comfortable for him, being too feminine, and the more masculine tents do not give me a sound nights sleep.

so to find a manufacturer producing tents that are suitable for both men and women has proved an absolute godsend to us.
The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Small Pets & Pet Care by David Alderton
when glancing through this book, the section on rats and mice said that rats are generally best kept alone.

NO reputable source on rat care will even tell you it's acceptable to keep single rats, as they are HIGHLY SOCIAL animals, that develop health, behavioural, psychological and social problems when you keep them alone.

if they give advice on rat care so completely opposite to what is right, then I don't hold out much hope for the information on more complex pets, like reptiles.

if they got this SO wrong, saying rats do best alone, when they do VERY badly alone, how can you trust anything this book has to say?

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