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Green Witchcraft #01: Green Witchcraft: Folk Magic, Fairy Lore & Herb Craftby Ann Moura
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Learn the basics of Witchcraft from a third-generation Witch raised in a family tradition. Positive, practical, and easy to use, Green Witchcraft brings together the best of both modern Wicca and the author's family heritage of herb craft and folk magic. Green Witchcraft explores the fundamentals of the Wiccan religion, providing magical training for the independent thinker. Step-by-step instructions on a wide variety of magical techniques as well as basic rules of conduct make this the ideal book to get you started. Green rituals for self-initiation, rites of passage, seasonal celebrations and activities provide an excellent foundation for your own magical tradition. Discover the fine art of spellcasting, the magical uses of herbs, divination with the tarot and more. Explore the Sabbats, Esbats, and other rituals attuned to the cycles of nature and the universal powers. Find out for yourself what this organic approach to Witchcraft is all about.
Explore the worship of nature and the use of herbs that have been part of human culture from the earliest times. Discover the historic and folk background of green Witchcraft and its practical techniques. Learn rites of passage, activities for Sabbats and Esbats, Fairy lore, self-dedication, self-initiation, spellwork, herbcraft, and divination.
Very little has been written about traditional family practices of the Old Religion simply because such information has not been offered for popular consumption. Green Witchcraft meets readers' needs for a practice based in family and natural Witchcraft traditions. This practical traces the historic and folk background of this path and teaches its practical techniques. Illustrations.
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