The Wheel of the Wiccan Year

A Magical Celebration of the Seasons
Author: Gail Duff
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0712612300
Category: Festivals
Page: 224
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Thousands more people today are discovering how the nature-based beliefs of Wicca can help them to connect with the natural world and with a sense of their spiritual heritage. The eight Wiccan festivals mark the turning of the seasons. In The Wheel of the Wiccan Year, experienced Wiccan Gail Duff describes--The core beliefs of Wicca and the significance of the festivals--The eight festivals - what they mark; how they relate to traditional spiritual beliefs and to our lives today--How to celebrate the festivals through rituals, affirmations, meditations, activities and decorations, spells, songs and chants--How to create oils, candles, incense, food and wine for the celebrations--Rituals for the lone practitioner as well as for groupsThe Wheel of the Wiccan Year is the perfect reference book for the growing pagan market and for anyone who simply wishes to enrich their life by re-aligning it with the natural cycle of the year.

The Modern Witchcraft Guide to the Wheel of the Year

From Samhain to Yule, Your Guide to the Wiccan Holidays
Author: Judy Ann Nock
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1507205376
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 240
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"Contains material adapted from ... The Provence Press guide to the Wiccan year"--Title page verso.

Wicca Wheel of the Year Magic

A Beginner's Guide to the Sabbats, with History, Symbolism, Celebration Ideas, and Dedicated Sabbat Spells
Author: Lisa Chamberlain
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781546669654
Category:
Page: 130
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Everything You Need to Know About the Wiccan Wheel of the Year The ancients lived by a fundamental truth that is often lost in our fast-paced world-that time is circular as much as it is linear. Following the Wheel of the Year by honoring the eight Sabbats, or days of power as they're often called, helps us integrate this concept of circular time into our daily lives. The Wheel provides a sense of rhythm to the year, as the equal increments of days and weeks between the Sabbats allow us to feel the seasons turning in a beautiful symmetry. The Sabbats also provide a context for honoring the dynamic relationship between the Goddess and the God. As the seasons turn, the divine pair shifts from mother and child to co-creative consorts and then back again. We honor these shifting roles and aspects throughout the year, with each Sabbat representing a point in the overarching story. This close participation with the cycles of the season is what some Wiccans refer to as "turning the Wheel." Perhaps because it's such a big topic all on its own, many introductory sources on Wicca tend to gloss over the Wheel, providing just a paragraph or two on each holiday. In Wheel of the Year Magic, best-selling author Lisa Chamberlain devotes a full chapter to each of the Sabbats: their significance within the context of the ever-changing seasons, the part they play in the mythological cycle of the Goddess and the God, and the spiritual themes they ask us to reflect upon as we celebrate them. So whether you're just starting out in Wicca or you're a seasoned practitioner looking for new perspectives, this guide can support and inspire your journey. And while the information here is rooted in Wicca, much of it is applicable to Pagans of all stripes, as well as anyone who is simply curious about the rich traditions surrounding these milestones of the Old Religion. For those who include spellwork in their practice, the energies surrounding the Sabbats make them excellent opportunities to work magic. In fact, many Wiccans and other Witches like to incorporate spellwork and/or spellcraft into their Sabbat celebrations. As with all of Lisa's books, the spells and other workings included in this guide can be followed as-is or adapted to suit your individual style. They can also be a springboard for more ideas about how to approach magical work on these special occasions. Foundations in Celebrating the Days of Power A dynamic, creative and evolving approach to connecting with divine Nature is at the heart of Wicca and other forms of modern Paganism. Wheel of the Year Magic was written in this spirit, offering insight and information that will help you to build your own unique relationship with these eight days of power. Whatever your experience level, you can build on your knowledge with the information in this guide, including: The origins and development of the modern Wheel of the Year The seasonal and spiritual significance of each of the eight days of power: Yule, Imbolc, Ostara, Beltane, Litha, Lammas, Mabon and Samhain The pagan history behind each Sabbat-the myths, beliefs and customs that have inspired our modern celebrations Suggestions for creating your own Sabbat celebrations, whether you're a solitary practitioner or working with fellow Witches Spells and other magical workings aligned with the seasonal and divine energies of each Sabbat When you choose to mark the Sabbats, you are participating in a timeless tradition of honoring the endless cycles of Nature and the divine workings of the Universe. As you grow in your practice from year to year, Wheel of the Year Magic will continue to be a trusted source of knowledge and inspiration. Enjoy the journey! Ready to learn about the magical Wiccan year? Scroll to the top of the page and hit buy!

The Wicca Handbook


Author: Eileen Holland
Publisher: Weiser Books
ISBN: 9781609254520
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 320
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The Wicca Handbook is both a tutorial for new witches and an exceptionally well-organized reference book for experienced practitioners. It guides us through the first steps in becoming a witch and explores many Wiccan traditions, initiations, and magical practices. The Wiccan year-the eight Sabbats-along with many of its rituals and ceremonies are examined. Holland also provides the background of every facet of witchcraft, such as spells for every occasion, psychic protection, numerology, basic astrology, and the lore of stones, metals, candles, animals, and much more. High Priestess Eileen Holland's helpful guide is rooted in practicality and intended as a working handbook, not a simple beginner's guide. The information is rich; clear directions are given, and its range of content is extensive. Spells, circles, crystals, and color magic, herbs, health, and healing are all covered with abundant direction on how to do it, when to do it, and suggestions for seeking guidance from the deities. Those who have been on their path for a few years will find this a great reference book to refer to time and again.

The Wiccan Book of Ceremonies and Rituals


Author: Patricia Telesco
Publisher: Citadel Press
ISBN: 9780806520315
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 191
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In an easy-to-follow format that readers can use and adapt to their own needs, author Patricia Telesco examines the history of Wiccan celebration, the folklore surrounding each ritual or ceremony, and details how to observe the occasion to carry on these ancient traditions.

The Wheel of the Year


Author: Kathy Cybele
Publisher: Kathy Cybele
ISBN: N.A
Category: Religion
Page: 9
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From the beginning of time the seasons of the year have affected our planet and the life forms on it. As human kind became less nomadic and more hunter/gathers we began to learn and work with the seasons. We planted in the early Spring, tended our crops through Summer, reaped our crops in the Autumn, and struggled to survive the Winter. We called upon the Gods throughout the growing season to help us to have a bountiful harvest. We called upon them again in the Winter to guide us through the darkness. Although our personal survival is no longer bound as closely to the land, the seasons still affect us. Winter is a dark and isolated time when many people become depressed and let go of this life. Spring makes us itch for freedom and we play hooky from other responsibilities to revel in the joy of new energy. Summer makes us lazy and content. We want to go out and take a nap in the grass while the warm breezes caress us. Autumn brings us back to our hearth fires and home and we begin nesting for Winter. This cycle continues year after year. The Wiccan’s name for this cycle of the seasons is The Wheel of the Year.

Wiccan and Pagan Holidays


Author: Dayanara Blue Star
Publisher: Dayanara Blue Star
ISBN: 1507830858
Category: Religion
Page: 24
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Sabbats or Wiccan holidays are timed the Earth's rhythms and seasons. Sabbats celebrate the Earth's journey around the sun, also known as the "Wheel of the Year," while Wiccans commemorate Sabbats as "Turning the Wheel." Wiccans normally celebrate eight sabbats each year. Take advantage of this great opportunity to learn all you ever wanted to know about the Wiccan & Pagan holidays. Read on to learn more!

Everyday Wicca

Magickal Spells throughout the Year
Author: Gerina Dunwich
Publisher: Citadel Press
ISBN: 0806539526
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 192
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EVERYDAY WICCA Magickal Spells Throughout the Year Written by Wiccan expert Gerina Dunwich, Everyday Wicca is both an essential gateway for anyone seeking to add magick to their life and a thorough examination of magickal living for longtime practitioners of the pagan arts. A fascinating study of spellcasting and a thoughtful survey of the Wiccan calendar, this insightful work will guide the modern witch through everyday rituals, spells, and Sabbats celebrated during the Wiccan Wheel of the Year. A handy glossary and an invaluable resource section are also included for both the solitary witch as well as those in a coven.

The Tangled Web of Wicca

Through the Eye of a Traditional Wiccan Witch
Author: Rain Dove (Suzy Smith)
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1496941225
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 310
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I am a Traditionalist. A Traditional Wiccan High Priestess Witch. I am not a person with an Ivy League education. Nor am I a scholar with 6 or 7 degrees! I do not speak any language other than English, a few choice Spanish words and some pig latin. I don't use big fancy words where you have to have a dictionary to read the book and I don't use long, complicated sentences that you have to read 16 times to understand what I'm saying. I'm not a professional writer and even if I were, I felt this book needed to be written where anyone could read it without any difficulty no matter the level of reading one does or how long they've been on the path of Wicca. Most people will agree there have been many books written on the subject of Wicca. So many of them it can become confusing and frustrating for the Novice because most books are simply bits and pieces of Wicca thrown together coupled with a person's personal opinion and experience. There are many important details left out. Details that are inclusive in most Traditional Wiccan training. Keep in mind there's only one way to receive full training and it does not come from a book or from the internet. This book is different than your average "how to" book on Wicca. There are no spells. It is not about magic. There are no instructions on how to cast a Circle or how to call the quarters. There's plenty of books out there on all of those subjects. If that is the kind of book you were expecting, I am happy to inform you that it is not. This is a book that explains a (seemingly) fast disappearing perspective regarding important protocol and important elements that are missing in today's practices within the religion of Wicca in our American Wiccan communities today. A perspective (believed by many) that should return. The book also points out some of our problems and issues in the Wiccan community that are going on here today in the United States. Problems and issues that have arose since the occurrence of Wicca's massive growth spurt and the booming book and internet industry that surrounds it! This book is written based on my training, experiences, knowledge and information that I have personally gained over the years from walking and living the life of a Wiccan Witch. There is information contained within this book that you normally would not hear or know about Wicca unless you had (or have) a teacher. Teacher meaning a "Traditional Wiccan High Priestess or Priest Witch" to help you along, to guide, direct and train you. The sole purpose of this book is to give you some of that information that you would not receive without training, without an experienced High Priestess or Priest to give it to you. Much of it is information that you will not find in books and is vital to Traditional Wiccan practice. Some which is basic Wiccan protocol that has been passed down orally and/or verbally through the generations, some since the beginning of Wicca and its oral Traditions in the United States. Oral and verbal protocol that was (and still is) being given to Novices in their beginner level training in some of the working Traditional Covensteads. My hope is that it will provide the reader/s with a fresh (yet certainly not new) look at Wicca and hopefully help guide them in the direction that's most beneficial for them. If you find it to be controversial for, remember this is a perspective coming from a Traditional Wiccan Witch who has been formally trained in a Tradition of Wicca in a Traditional Wiccan Coven. Either way, I hope anyone who reads it will get something from it even if its just a small something and that it will help in some way as you step onto the path of Wicca or onto the next crossroads of your journey in Wicca. Before you begin to read this book, please understand that I am not staking any claims that I am the "Wiccan Guru" or the "Grand Poohbah of Wicca"! I have never claimed such nor will I ever claim such ! So please do not take my words out of context or twist them in any way! I ask that you understand and know that my words are in no way conveying that a person is not legitimately Wiccan or not legitimately practicing Wicca if they don't do things the way I explain in this book or if they do not practice the way I do! It is not a book that says "do it this way and no other or that my way is the only way or the best way." Not at all. The book was written for the reader/s to understand Wicca from a Traditional perspective and to come to their own conclusions about what to do (if anything) after reading it. Again, this is a book written from my own training and experiences and from the knowledge I have gathered over the years of walking this path. If you have questions about something that is stated in the book, please refer to the Facebook page that is set up for discussion of the book. I am sure some folks will go on with their usual way of doing things, regardless of what I have to say. And I wouldn't expect anything more or anything less. I do not wish to complicate things for anyone. I am in hopes it will answer some questions or rid the reader of any preconceived ideas or confusion she/he might have, maybe even eliminate some of the incorrect information you have come across during your seeking and/or walk in the path of Wicca thus far. If nothing else, maybe it will provoke thought on some new (yet not new) ideas. Not following any protocol, not having any criteria, not having or abiding by any rules of any kind is leaving a door wide open for Occult mayhem. In my own personal opinion I feel we're not far from it, if not already in mayhem. I feel it is time we make bigger changes. Changes that will help Wicca grow and prosper in a more positive way. It is a vision of mine to see changes taking place in the Wiccan community, changes that will bring the Traditional practices of Wicca back where they use to be and as a result bring a successful religion to the lands we live and to the path and religion that I care so much about. Wicca is not the "be all or end all" of Occult paths. Wicca is just one Occult path out of many that a person may learn or take. Learning as much as you can about as many of them as you can is always encouraged. But if you are interested in Wicca (in particular) and you live in the United States, it is wise to heed the advice of the older, trained and more experienced long term members of the "Wiccan community" who have practiced (paritcularly here) in the United States. Due to the the love and passion I have for Wicca, I have been called to write this book. I would like to thank every person who has been with me through this journey because all of you have contributed in my writing it. Both directly and indirectly. A thank you goes out to those of you who have purchased the book. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it. **NOTE** ; If you do not agree with something I have stated in this book and wish to debate it, please be an adult about it and show your level of spiritual maturity by writing your own book in rebuttle to it. If you have something to say in defense or do not agree with something and do not wish to write a book in rebuttle, please refer to the discussion page on Facebook that has been set up so we can talk about it. The one thing that I ask is that you have enough respect for me to not stoop to personal verbal attacks, my training or my own personal experiences and perspectives just because you don't agree with me! I would be most grateful for that! Thanks! Happy Reading! Rain Dove

Celebrating the Seasons of Life: Samhain to Ostara


Author: Ashleen O'Gaea
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
ISBN: 163265833X
Category: Religion
Page: 224
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Unique among books about the Wiccan Sabbats, Celebrating the Seasons of Life: Samhain to Ostara takes a different approach to explaining the holidays by taking an in-depth look at half of the Wheel of the Year. Rather than dissecting each holiday, Ashleen's goal is to take a broader look at them, explaining how and why we celebrate each, along with how the celebration of one leads to the next. The first of two new titles from Ashleen offers a vision of the holidays we celebrate from October to March. This book covers each holiday by first giving us its history and original customs, then explaining its place in modern life. Stories are shared for each Sabbat to reconnect us with our lore and bring new meaning to current practice. Ashleen includes ideas for rituals that are ideal for practicing solitaries, covens, or Wiccan families, with special sections on what children of various ages are ready to learn about these holidays.

Christian Wicca

The Trinitarian Tradition
Author: Nancy Chandler Pittman
Publisher: Nancy Chandler
ISBN: 1410753476
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 216
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Christian Wicca: Oxymoron or the Best of Both World? Finally, a how-to guide for practicing Wicca, celebrating the return of the original Christian Trinity: the Father, the Mother, and the Holy Son Jesus. This book is written expressly for Wiccans who wish to walk the spiritual path of earth-based religions, but do not wish to surrender their Judeo-Christian background. Nancy now offers a simple solution to the rapidly emerging ChristoPagan community. Wicca, the Old Religion, or the religion of the wise, is the fastest growing form of spirituality in the United States. Many modern and eclectic Christians have no problem recognizing Jesus as Lord, but instead have a problem accepting the dogma of the organized church. Seekers are also feeling the absense of the Female aspect of the Divine and wish to re-establish the Goddess in their spirituality. In the wake of the discoveries of the Nag Hammadi Library, for the first time since 100-300 A.C.E. - the yin of the Christian faith is seeking to restore it's yang! Despite the overwhelming evidence that there is a Divine Mother --- no one has applied this information to Wicca and the Holy Days of the Wheel of the Year. "Christian Wicca: the Trinitarian Tradition" does this very task, outlining the Sabbats, the Esbats to include the Holy Trinity . . . also introducing observances expressly for Jesus, called Kyriats! Blessed Be!!

The Circle Within

Creating a Wiccan Spiritual Tradition
Author: Dianne Sylvan
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 073871836X
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 216
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The Circle Within is your guide to creating a personal spiritual practice for daily life. The first section is a thoughtful examination of Wiccan ethics and philosophy that explores how to truly live Wicca. The second section includes devotional prayers and rituals that provide inspiration for group or solitary practice. Topics in this Wicca book include: cultivating an ongoing personal relationship with deity, ethics and standards of behavior, concepts of sacred space, elements of a daily practice, tuning into the Wheel of the Year and the elements, and creating meaningful personal Pagan rituals. Move beyond the basics of Wicca and enter the sacred space of the circle within. COVR Award Winner

Llewellyn's 2013 Sabbats Almanac

Samhain 2012 to Mabon 2013
Author: Llewellyn
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738714992
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 306
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Make the most of each season of the Witches' year with Llewellyn's Sabbats Almanac. Packed with rituals, rites, recipes, and crafts, this essential guide offers fun and fresh ways to celebrate the eight sacred Wiccan holidays--and enrich your spiritual life throughout the year. Get a unique perspective on honoring the Wheel of the Year from your favorite Wiccan and Pagan authors. Plan spiritually uplifting celebrations and family activities. Perform Sabbat specific rituals and world folk rites. Whip up tasty treats and crafts as reminders of the season's gifts and lessons. Also featured are astrological influences to help you plan rituals according to cosmic energies.

How to Become a Witch

The Path of Nature, Spirit & Magick
Author: Amber K,Azrael Arynn K
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738728888
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 336
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Set forth on the Witch’s path—this friendly introductory guide presents the key beliefs and practices of Witchcraft and offers step-by-step instruction on how to become a Witch. Best-selling authors Amber K and Azrael Arynn K have nearly fifty years of Craft experience between them. They’ve taught hundreds of students the basics of Witchcraft, and now they’re offering readers the same clear, structured guidance here. This Witchcraft book teaches you everything you need to know about Craft essentials: —Ritual tools —Daily practices —Ethics —Spellcasting —Deepening your connection to nature —Divination and dreams —Sabbats and Esbats —The Wheel of the Year —Gods and Goddesses —Pentagrams and other Craft symbols —Training, initiation, and degrees You’ll learn about Witchcraft as a way of life, how to locate a coven or work as a solitary, and—most importantly—how to grow magickally and spiritually.

The Spellcaster's Reference

Magickal Timing for the Wheel of the Year
Author: Eileen Holland
Publisher: Weiser Books
ISBN: 9781609250911
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 256
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Need to bless a newborn babe? Wondering what color candle to use for a winter handfasting? What herbs are best to use when the Moon is in Cancer? Magick is intent, but any witch will tell you that intent requires forethought and preparation. And even the most seasoned ritualist needs a reference to determine the best timing and most powerful ingredients for their magical work. From Solstice to Saturday to Seven O’ Clock, from Vervain to Mandrake to Amber, using the right magickal correspondences strengthens any spell, ceremony, or ritual. Here Eileen Holland has gathered together a wealth of magickal knowledge, complete with everything from hours, days, weeks, and astrological alignment to proper corresponding plants, animals, oils, herbs, and deities, and compiled them into the ultimate reference book for anyone seeking guidance in creating their own enchantments. Includes a glossary of less familiar terms and deities, as well as a glossary of ingredients.

Dedicant

A Witch's Circle of Fire
Author: Thuri Calafia
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738722111
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 360
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You’ve heard that dreamlike voice calling to you: a yearning to work with the earth’s life energies . . . a heartfelt desire to become a student of the Craft. Now is the time to call forth your passion and strength of will, and commit yourself fully to the Path of the Wise. Dedicant: A Witch’s Circle of Fire invites you to set forth on the sacred journey to becoming a Witch. Designed to harmonize with the Wheel of the Year, the monthly lessons feature seasonally themed stories, meditations, Witchcraft lore, ethics questions, spells, and pathworking rituals. The course on Wicca culminates in a powerful self-initiation rite that brings you to the level of Initiate. Blending purposeful study with reflection and awareness, the Circles system of Wicca study is ideal for the solitary student or as part of a coven curriculum. Dedicant helps you ignite your inner light and keep it burning by teaching you the core essentials of Wiccan wisdom: Creating a spiritual grimoire • Writing and performing daily devotionals Calling the Gods and Goddesses • Conducting Sabbat and Esbat rituals Performing herb and energy work • Making and using magical tools Selecting ritual garb • Casting a power circle PRAISE FOR DEDICANT "Calafia does a great job of laying out the groundwork, and she presents it in a unique, workable structure that's easy to follow and offers a solid scaffolding for self-development." --Witches and Pagans

Various Traditions


Author: Kathy Cybele
Publisher: Kathy Cybele
ISBN: N.A
Category: Religion
Page: 9
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Because Wicca is a belief that is ever growing and changing there are many different flavors of the same basic concepts. The following is a list of different traditions and some background on each. This list is by no means inclusive of all sects and beliefs, just the most prevalent ones. I’ve included a web location where applicable.

Wicca Moon Magic

The Witchcraft for Wiccan, Witches, and Wizards for Moon Rituals and Spells
Author: Amy Crystal
Publisher: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781672684156
Category:
Page: 162
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Join us as we embark on a fabulous journey into the world of Wiccan Moon Magic. You will be amazed as you travel along the moonlit path and see the sights just how energetic and complex Moon magic really is. Man's worship of the Moon dates back many centuries and continues to this day. The Moon is a mysterious being that generates folklore and fables and is the focus of much magic and ritual in the world of Wicca. You will learn about these things in this book, like The Moon is a Goddess The Moon makes things on Earth function and move The Moon rules part of the Wiccan Year Wicca Moon Magic: The Witchcraft for Wiccan, Witches, and Wizards for Moon Rituals and Spells by Amy Crystal is the consummate book for anyone who wants to know more about the Moon and its effect on the lives of the people and things on earth. You will see how man has used the Moon for his own well-being and livelihood. You will see how worship of the Moon has progressed down through the ages until it has evolved into the modern form of worship that still carries elements that are as old as time. You will see how the Moon changes as it moves through its phases. And you will learn that there are different spells that work better during different phases of the Moon's travels through the night sky. You will see the effect of the Moon on the Wiccan Wheel of the Year and how Wiccans use the wheel of the Year to celebrate the Moon. There are spells and rituals for full Moon worship as there are spells and rituals for all of the other phases of the Moon. And there are certain elements that create correspondences to certain spells and work to enhance the power of the spell. All this and more will be found in Wicca Moon Magic: The Witchcraft for Wiccan, Witches, and Wizards for Moon Rituals and Spells by Amy Crystal. Click the "BUY NOW" bottom to begin our journey through the night sky with the Moon.

Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature


Author: Bron Taylor
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441122788
Category: Religion
Page: 992
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The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, originally published in 2005, is a landmark work in the burgeoning field of religion and nature. It covers a vast and interdisciplinary range of material, from thinkers to religious traditions and beyond, with clarity and style. Widely praised by reviewers and the recipient of two reference work awards since its publication (see www.religionandnature.com/ern), this new, more affordable version is a must-have book for anyone interested in the manifold and fascinating links between religion and nature, in all their many senses.

Wheel of the Year

Wiccan Poetry for Children
Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780615793443
Category:
Page: N.A
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Poems about Mother Earth; celebrating seasons and Pagan traditions for young children