The Ignota Diary 2021 is here ✨

The Ignota Diary 2021 has arrived! A tool for discovery in the practice of everyday life, this year's edition of the beloved Ignota Diary arrives just in time for the changing of the year. New additions this year include our eternal rotation of seasonal rituals by new contributors, new seasonal tarot spreads and an expanded practice and holistic health appendix that in 2021 includes mushroom identification, Ayurvedic principles, herbalism, spellcraft, kriya yoga, meditation and more.

Acupressure by Maria Christofi, Ayurveda and Prajna by Mira Manek, Astrology by Johanna Hedva, Dreamwork by Jennifer Dumpert, Herbal Remedies by Seed Sistas, Kriya Yoga by Rachel Okimo, Mushroom Guide by Ellen Percival, Psychedelic Journey by Julian Vayne, Rituals by CAConrad, Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Nisha Ramayya and Himali Singh Soin, Soji by Shoukei Matsumoto, Spellcraft by Ayesha Tan-Jones, Tarot by adrienne maree brown, Clay AD, Sarah Faith Gottesdiener and Pam Grossman, Trend Forecasting by Emily Segal

The Ignota Diary is a tool for discovery in the practice of everyday life. This beautifully designed diary and week-to-view planner is filled with historically significant magical and sacred dates from around the world. Drawn from events such as the Buddha’s birthday, esoteric festivals and artistic and occult history, the diary touches on the lives of characters such as Ursula K. Le Guin, Ithell Colquhoun, Zora Neale Hurston, Carl Jung, Simone Weil, Leonora Carrington, Maya Deren, Aleister Crowley, George Bataille, Timothy Leary, Hilma af Klint, Saint Hildegard of Bingen, William Blake, W.B. Yeats and Octavia Butler. 



The diary provides full astrological navigation for 2021 with an overview of the year by Johanna Hedva, a birthchart template and guides to moon magic, houses, planets and symbols. Key transits, retrogrades and lunar phases, noted throughout the planner, allow you to organise your life in alignment with the astrological weather, visible at a glance. A global map showing sacred sites provides inspiration for transformative pilgrimages.


Rituals by poets and artists CAConrad, Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Nisha Ramayya and Himali Singh Soin and seasonal tarot spreads by practitioners and witches including adrienne maree brown, Sarah Faith Gottesdiener and Pam Grossman, offer guidance and space for reflection throughout the year. Additional sources of inspiration include guides to dreamwork by Jennifer Dumpert, mushrooms by Ellen Percival, spellcraft by Ayesha Tan-Jones, Soji cleaning by Zen monk Shoukei Matsumoto, author of the bestseller A Monk's Guide to a Clean House and Mind, and guided meditation by Julian Vayne of the Psychedelic Museum. To support a holistic approach to health and wellbeing, an appendix contains guides to healing herbs, acupressure, Ayurveda, the chakra system, kriya yoga and daily practice, as well as a directory of key magical places, shops and websites.


The 2021 Ignota Diary is available with 25% off as part of the Goodbye, Good Riddance 2020 Christmas Bundle