Some Nice Links From Alchemy Works:
If you have suggestions of sites to add, feel free to contact us and we'll take a look.
Anthony Teth's Site - the personal website of Alchemy Works' co-owner, Anthony Teth, where he shares occult ramblings and western esoterica
Harold Roth's Site - metaphysical artwork by Alchemy Works' founder (now retired to pursue his artwork &, writing)
Our planetary and elemental correspondence chart shows the associations between deities, signs, stones, plants, colors, times, animals, body parts, supernatural beings, scents, drugs, places, music, and type of magick
Aeclectic Tarot Forum - an active site with lots of forums on tarot, its history, doing readings, trading tarots, and study groups on specific decks
The Dream Logic Tarot - a collaboration between artist, Jay Gidwitz, and Alchemy Works' owner, Anthony Teth (Anthony and Aleia Teth met each other through this project)
The Internet Sacred Text Archive - free copies of all sorts of texts having to do with magic, folklore, Paganism, and lots more. The search function is really wonderful on this site.
Cornell's Witchcraft Library Online - texts from the 1500s-1800s: guides to witch-hunting (including Salem), articles arguing for and against the existence of witchcraft, written defenses by accused witches, John Dee's True and Faithful Relation, and more
Culpeper's Complete Herbal - the Project Gutenberg EBook of The Complete Herbal, by Nicholas Culpeper
Plants for a Future - great British site with huge database of plants giving their usefulness; also lots of information about permaculture, planting perennials for food (instead of the traditional annuals and grasses)
USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map
King's American Dispensatory - the botanical medicine that was practiced in the US before the AMA took over
The Pluralism Project - an ongoing research effort that studies and interprets religious diversity and interfaith relations in the United States
Himalayan Art Resources - a comprehensive education and research database to engage the broader Himalayan culture from an art perspective (one of Aleia's favorite sites)