Margaret A. Foster

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Location: Quakertown, PA
In My Own Words:
Reading. Reviews at this point will be few and far between.

right now? Writing - publishing.


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Village Witch by Cassandra Latham-Jones
Village Witch by Cassandra Latham-Jones
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Village Witch, 15 Feb 2012
This book was gifted to me, and what a special gift it was.

The book opens with her personal history, to enable the reader to understand where she came from. Ms. Latham-Jones gives us a look at a woman who has overcome many obstacles to get to where she is today. But, in the end, she is doing what she loves to do, and is respected and admired for the work she does. She is the Village Witch.

We are taken on a journey back in time to a life that is filled with sadness. She is adopted into a home that lacks in personal interrelationships, and sent to institutions because she did not fit into the cookie cutter world she was expected to live in. As she tried to fit in,… Read more
Reiki Shaman [European Import] ~ Ashron
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Stronger Reiki Music, 12 Sep 2008
This German import features the work of Ronald Hoth also known as Ashron. Published by BSC music Germany, this is the third CD by this artist, previous works being "Inner Peace" and "Reiki Mantras". He also has two CD's with his group "Aschera".

The artist is a Reiki Master whose works focus on building an atmosphere for working Reiki. This work also focuses on working on a Shamanic level. The addition of more forceful drumming than your usual Reiki CD's appears to be his addition of the Shaman flavor to the Reiki music. This CD also has a very definite Japanese flavor in all the tracks. To quote his website: "The new Ashron album "Reiki Shaman" is once more based on an… Read more
The Hidden Path by Raven Grimassi
The Hidden Path by Raven Grimassi
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
One of the reasons I liked the "Well Worn Path" deck was that no matter what path of Wicca/witchcraft you followed, the deck was generic enough to be used by any path. However, looking at this new deck, there are some elements that have been incorporated into this deck that speak to specific beliefs within Wicca and may not reflect everyone's choices in spiritual path.

The deck is actually interesting, nicely designed and has some elements that offer the Wiccan practitioner a deck that speaks directly to them. While the introduction to the book specifically mentions those on the Pagan path, the deck is very much Wiccan in flavor. Generic it is not.

It is a divinatory… Read more