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Mélange Magique

1928 Sainte-Catherine West, Montréal, QC, H3H 1M4

514-938-1458

For the Wiccan seeking guidance, workshops or books, Mélange Magique has it all! This venerable Sainte-Catherine bookstore and spell shop helps people connect with Wicca as a religion and a community.

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Quoi

Type de magasin | Librairies, Boutiques
Paiement | Argent comptant, Interac, MasterCard, Visa

Quartier | Centre-ville
Se rendre | Metro Guy-Concordia
Intersection | Towers

Quand

Mon-Wed 10AM-6PM, Thurs-Fri 10AM-9PM, Sat 10AM-6PM, Sun noon-5PM

Profil

Wicca from A to Z
Whether you're new to Wiccan practices or consider yourself an old hand, Mélange Magique has a little bit of something for everyone. First and foremost, it's a great bookstore for anyone interested in new age religious practices, spells, paganism, mythology and the occult. They've got plenty of reading material for everyone from new converts to the simply curious (or even skeptical), and friendly staffers will be glad to assist you in finding whatever you're looking for.

Alternative spirituality workshops
In addition to their function as a bookstore and headquarters for those involved in pagan practices, Mélange Magique also leads a variety of related workshops. With regular Pagan Discussion Nights, hosted on the first Thursday of every month, the store is actively involved with members of the pagan and Wiccan communities. Workshops cover topics such as covens versus solitary worship, self-healing, totems and power animals, aura cleansing, Reiki, psychic development and more.

Psychic readings and community
Going further down the occult and alternative religious path, the store offers psychic readings on certain days. You can also call in advance to schedule a reading with an in-store psychic. The store offers a great space for those who practice alternative religions and lead lifestyles that are considered to be outside the norm. The general attitude of the shopkeepers is one of tolerance and understanding, as well as a desire to educate the public on topics such as paganism and witchcraft, which are often misunderstood.