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The 15 best astrology gifts to give zodiac lovers this holiday season

New York Post logo: MainLogo New York Post 12/2/2022 Reda Wigle

The gift-giving season is upon us.

“Astrology has no more useful function than this, to discover the inmost nature of a man and to bring it out into his consciousness, that he may fulfill it according to the law of light,” wrote Libra author and unrepentant pagan Aleister Crowley.

If you’re lucky enough to have a star reading, horoscope happy friend or family member that lives in accordance with this law of light, one who keeps you on the up and up regarding transits, retrogrades and the dubious incompatibility of you and your ex, than my dudes, you are lucky enough.

In a show of appreciation for the cosmically minded astrology lover in your inner circle, we’ve curated a list of 15 zodiac gifts, designed to delight all twelve signs.

From golden records to zodiac tea, throw blankets to singing bowls, post-colonial astrology to recycled jammies, hand hewn mugs to divining cards, we’ve got the gifts for you, her, him and they. Read on, spend wildly and live well.

1. Magic Hour Zodiac Tea, $13-66 © Provided by New York Post Club Magic Hour

Magic Hour is a female owned fair trade tea company that specializes in intentional blends of organic herbs, adaptogens and rare tea leaves sourced from small gardens. Magic Hour’s collection of astrology inspired teas are meant to evoke and invoke the strengths and subtleties of each sign. Blended with intention by master blender, tarot reader and Sagittarius sage, Zhena Muzyka, Magic Hour aims, with every cup, to create a “ceremony of the senses.” We’ll drink to that.

MAGIC HOUR 2. Voyager Golden Record, $160 © Provided by New York Post Amazon

More astrologically adjacent, the Voyager Golden Record was originally developed by NASA and Sagittarius king Carl Sagan to be carried aboard the Voyager space probe as a kind of record of the higher expressions of human natues. It contains “sounds and images selected to portray the diversity of life and culture on Earth.” Far out and in deep, can dig.

Amazon 3. Magic of I 2023 Astrological Planner, $49 © Provided by New York Post Magic of I

The Magic of I 2023 Astrological Planner is an ace in the hole for astro folk. The company promises, “Whether you are a moon lover or a planning freak, astrology curious or professional, a witch, yogi, herbalist, magician, or you simply want the most beautiful detailed planner, and the whole cosmos in your pocket… There is now a magical guide that you cannot live without: The Magic of I. Astrological Planner.” A portable oracle embossed with a golden ouroboros? Don’t mind if I do.

magic of i 4. “Cosmos and Psyche” by Richard Tarnas, $15 © Provided by New York Post Amazon

Written by philosopher, historian and astrologer Richard Tarnas, “Cosmos and Psyche” “traces the connection between cosmic cycles and archetypal patterns of human experience. Based on thirty years of meticulous research, and on thinkers from Plato to Jung, Cosmos and Psyche explores the planetary correlations of epochal events like the French Revolution, the two world wars, and September 11.” Archetypes and planetary correlations? Pure star nip for astromancers.

amazon 5. Spiritual Awakening Zodiac Soap, $7 © Provided by New York Post Tammy Lane Soaps/Etsy

These soaps look like they were carved from dream matter making them especially suited for water signs but also perfect for any member of the zodiac that prioritizes pretty homemade s**t that smells good.

etsy 6. Dharma Shop Astrology Singing Bowl, $400 © Provided by New York Post Dharma Shop

Hand hammered in Kathmandu, this singing bowl is etched with the sun, moon phases and sacred geometric shapes. The bowl sings a sharp C note that activates the root chakra, creating a grounding sound that connects the corporeal body and the conscious mind.

dharma shop 7. “Postcolonial Astrology: Reading The Planets Through Capital, Power, and Labor” by Alice Sparkly Kat, $18 © Provided by New York Post milmundosbooks

Aries astro angel Alice Sparkly Kat has authored an unprecedented and absolutely brilliant meditation on the ever present cloud of colonialism and its effect on our collective understanding of astrology and how we might yet liberate the latter from the former, “By looking at the symbolic and etymological histories of the sun, moon, Saturn, Venus, Mercury, Mars, and Jupiter, we can trace and understand the politics of magic–and challenge our own practices, interrogate our truths, and reshape our institutions to build better frameworks for communities of care.” As brave as it is neccssary, this is a book that belongs on the book shelves and in the beating heart of all who study and find selfhood in and through the language of the sky.

Mil Mundos Books 8. Sabrena Khadija Zodiac Print, $8 © Provided by New York Post Society 6

Artist Sabrena Khadija’s interpretations of the zodiac archetypes are as singular as they are stunning. Blessedly free of overt references, Khadija’s prints and canvas pieces make for a perfect gift for the astro enthusiast in the night sky of your life.

society6 9. Inner Compass Cards, $55 © Provided by New York Post Innercompass Cards

This self-reflection deck contains 49 cards to help seekers find inner guidance and theri own true north. Sparsely designed, the cards are intended to be drawn in response to intuition. Seen as guides they offer illumination for life’s impasses and encouragement for the steady work of personal growth.

amazon 10. Frankie Print Co. Zodiac Blanket, $79 © Provided by New York Post Frankie Print Co.

Frankie Print Co, “is a one-woman (and one-cat) operation, making unique home textiles with love.” Cute AF. As is her collection of blankets, available in three sizes, that honor each of the zodiac signs with a simple black and white design. For the hopeless romantic homebody in need of warmth and constant validation, looking at you Cancer, Frankie Print Co. offers the option of love letter blankets, throws woven with your own handwritten and heartfelt sentiments.

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11. Child of Wild 18K Plated Gold Astrology Ring, $68

© Provided by New York Post Child of Wild

Subtle statement pieces, this collection of zodiac rings are made in the USA from recycled brass plated with pure 18K gold, baby. While gold is the power color for regal Leo any member of the zodiac will appreciate the craftsmanship and star sign shout out. Size up for Scorpios, who, naturally, will want to wear them on their middle fingers.

child of wild 12. Olivine Atelier More Than The Stars Eau de Parfum, $68 © Provided by New York Post shopolivine

Smelling like musk and and moon dust, Olivine Atelier’s More Than The Stars, studded with pieces of courage conjuring blue goldstone is the ideal scent for astromancers and sky lovers. This female owned and operated perfumery also has a 13 Moons Collection. Personal favorite is Wolf Moon, spray it on and howl it out, folks

olvine atelier 13. Moon Bath Crescent Lunar Bath Set, $62 © Provided by New York Post Moon Bath

The makers of Moon Bath proudly create products that elevate bathing from routine to ritual. This signature set honors the energy and intention of the new and full moon lunar phases with a set of botanical soaks made especially for each.

moonbath 14. Karen Mabon Celestial Pajamas, $180 © Provided by New York Post Nordstrom

Made from recycled polyester, Karen Mabon’s sage green jammies are a beautiful articulation of the zodiac with celestial icons and shooting stars. While ideal for leisure enthusiasts and professional nappers like Cancer and Taurus, this set is suitable for all signs.

nordstrom 15. MARTArtCoStudio Zodiac Mug, $44 © Provided by New York Post MARTArtCoStudio/Etsy

Weird is wonderful in these mugs, printed with original illustrations by designer and ceramicist Marta Dimitrova at her home studio in Sofia, Bulgaria. Dimitrova’s anthropomorphic interpretations of the zodiac signs are also available in print and plate form.


Astrology 101: Your guide to the stars

Astrologer Reda Wigle researches and irreverently reports back on planetary configurations and their effect on each zodiac sign. Her horoscopes integrate history, poetry, pop culture and personal experience. She is also an accomplished writer who has profiled a variety of artists and performers, as well as extensively chronicled her experiences while traveling. Among the many intriguing topics she has tackled are cemetery etiquette, her love for dive bars, Cuban Airbnbs, a “girls guide” to strip clubs and the “weirdest” foods available abroad.


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