Books for Pagans

Magical Food: Beetroot

Jan 19th, 2018 | By
beetroot, magical food, rachel patterson

The magic of: Beetroot (Beta vulgaris) Part of the Amaranthaceae family with many varieties the most well known is the beetroot but chard and sugar beet are also included and probably the best ever named vegetable, the mangelwurzel  which is used for animal feed. The beetroot we are most familiar with has a beautiful deep

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Sigil Witchery, a review

Jan 17th, 2018 | By

It may seem strange to read a review of a book from one publisher on another publisher’s blog. Moon Books is not the only Pagan publisher out there, thus they cannot possibly publish every book worth reading. Llewellyn has been in the biz a lot longer. Even with several years of tripe and not-so-well-edited books

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Magical Food – Spirituality and Psychic Skills

Jan 13th, 2018 | By
rachel patterson, spirituality, magical food

Magical Food – Spirituality & Psychic Skills I am not talking about religion here but finding your inner peace and your connection to the divine, whatever divinity it may be, finding your place and your faith. The foods in this list may help you to find that connection or to strengthen your psychic abilities and

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Resolve to enrich your spirit a little every day

Jan 1st, 2018 | By
Every Day Magic

At the start of every year I make not just a single New Year Resolution – I make at least 10. That way, I find, I usually achieve at least some of them. Even if I don’t quite do what I planned, at least I have usually thought about my goals and taken some slight

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Reviews from Melusine Draco

Dec 10th, 2017 | By

Melusine Draco has been reviewing books that she considers relevant for students of British Old Craft. Here’s some of the Moon books titles that she’s identified… The Healing Power of Celtic Plants, by Angela Paine. “It is often said that Magic is a blend of Science and Art and ‘Healing Power of Celtic Plants’ is

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Fairies – an excerpt

Dec 6th, 2017 | By

Here’s a taster from Morgan Daimler’s new book on fairies… “Fairies have long fascinated and frightened people and a complex set of traditions has risen around them that reflects this. In a Celtic context these beliefs and practices are often called the ‘Fairy Faith’ and represent the sum total of what humans have learned about

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New for December – Fairies

Dec 2nd, 2017 | By

The next release from Moon Books is Fairies: A Guide to the Celtic Fair Folk is the third title in Morgan Daimler’s fairy series. Morgan has been a witch since 1991, following a path based on the Fairy Faith blended with neopagan witchcraft. Her work blends personal experience with meticulous research into historical and folkloric sources.

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Pagan Portals – Candle Magic: An Introduction

Dec 1st, 2017 | By
Pagan Portals Candle Magic

Lucya Starza writes: Last year I published my first full-length book with Moon Books. It was called Pagan Portals – Candle Magic and here is the introduction that appeared in it: Candle magic is fun and easy. I’ve been doing candle magic since I was a toddler – and I expect you have too. Every

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Silbury Hill Field Notes

Nov 25th, 2017 | By

In Turning the Wheel, bard on a bike Kevan Manwaring explores seasonal celebration in the British landscape. November finds him at Silbury Hill… Silbury Hill (Field Notes) The circle of the sun is shining down as I sit on my ‘time machine’ (Triumph Legend, 2001) looking at Silbury Hill (2400 BCE), sipping a cup of

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Every Day Magic and the Start of Winter Fun

Nov 24th, 2017 | By
Lucya Starza

The start of winter festivities was Brumalia in Ancient Rome, which began today on November 24. It is also the launch day for a Moon Books community book I worked on – Every Day Magic – A Pagan Book of Days – which covers things to do and celebrate every day of the year –

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