Books for Pagans

Books of Ancestry

Mar 27th, 2017 | By
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The ancestors – however we are moved to envisage them – are an important part of the spiritual world of many Pagans. Ancestors are also a complicated, challenging lot! Most modern Pagans have generations of Christian ancestors behind them. Not all of us feel a connection with our immediate blood ancestry, some of us are

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The Awen Alone

Mar 19th, 2017 | By
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The Awen Alone : Walking the Path of the Solitary Druid audiobook is now here! Available through bandcamp, you can download the book, as well as receiving Joanna van der Hoeven’s music album, “Drops of Awen” for only £10. Also included are guided meditations and talks from previous workshops! More material will be added throughout

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New for March – Animal Magic

Mar 3rd, 2017 | By
Animal Magic

Our new title for this month comes from Rachel Patterson – thus far best known for her Kitchen Witchcraft titles. In this new title, Rachel explores the realms of Animal Magic – how to find, recognise, connect and work with the power of animal magic. It’s a Pagan Portal, so ideal for the reader who has

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Divination tools

Feb 27th, 2017 | By
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Many of our multi-talented Moon books authors have created divination tools… Sheena Cundy, author of The Madness and The Magic has The Magic of Nature oracle – a 39 card deck with guide book, based on animals, birds, trees and seasons of British wildlife. Find out more about it here – www.themagicofnatureoracle.com The cover of The Madness

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Steve Andrews out and about

Feb 21st, 2017 | By
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In February, Moon Books author Steve Andrews was at the Wellfield Bookshop for a signing. Wellfield is a proudly independent bookstore located in Roath, Cardiff and you can follow them on Twitter – https://twitter.com/WellfieldBooks1   Steve (pictured above) was at Wellfield to promote his title Herbs of the Sun, Moon and Planets. This Pagan Portal combines herbalism with

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Books for Bards

Feb 9th, 2017 | By
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What is a modern Bard? The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids describes it in this way: “The Bardic stream is not simply a body of knowledge we once possessed and which we attempt to regain – it is a spiritualised mode of artistic creative consciousness which is dynamic and living – the future holds

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Meditation Guidance

Feb 5th, 2017 | By
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Rachel Patterson, author of Pagan Portals meditation is doing a weekly meditation prompt over on her blog. these are lovely, simple prompts it is easy to be inspired by and engage with. So far she has shared ideas and images to reflexct on for  Pathway, and  Night Sky visit http://tansyfiredragon.blogspot.co.uk/ for more as they come out week

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By Wolfsbane & Mandrake Root

Feb 1st, 2017 | By
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New for February, this fascinating title from Melusine Draco, exploring poisonous plants and their medicinal uses. A large number of poisonous plants have beneficial uses in both domestic medicine and magic. Needless to say, when utilising a toxic plant in magic, we are adding certain extra deadly or potent energies into the mix and it

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Elen Sentier’s book migration

Jan 23rd, 2017 | By
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Unlike swans, books don’t normally get the urge to overwinter somewhere else, their migrations are rare! We’re delighted to announce that two of Elen Sentier’s books have moved from other publishers to join her considerable list here at Moon books. (Find all of Elen’s books here – http://www.moon-books.net/authors/elen-sentier ) Gardening with the Moon & Stars brings biodynamics

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The Art of Storytelling

Jan 15th, 2017 | By
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This is an excerpt from Georgia Through Its Folktales by Michael Berman Storytelling is as old as humankind. Long before stories were recorded, they were entrusted to storytellers. Why did our ancestors tell stories? Historians believe storytelling was used for a number of purposes: to teach history, to settle arguments, to make sense of the

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