Books for Pagans

Magical Food for Healing & Health

Apr 20th, 2018 | By
sage, healing, health, magical food, rachel patterson, kitchen witch

Magical Food for Healing & Health We all know that a healthy balanced diet is the one to go for to maintain good health.  I don’t advocate crash diets in fact I don’t believe in diets as such at all.  If you want to lose weight then change your habits, look at what you eat

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Magical Food for Happiness & Peace

Apr 13th, 2018 | By
magical food, happiness, peace, kitchen witch, rachel patterson

Magical Food for Happiness & Peace We lead such busy lives now that sometimes finding that sense of peace, balance and happiness is a bit of a trial.  I love to cook and eat, in fact heading into the kitchen for me is a way to relax and feel happy.    The foods in this section

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The Iron Druid

Apr 12th, 2018 | By

The Iron Druid by Dr. Frank Malone   Kevin Hearne signing my copy of Scourged at the Doylestown Bookshop in Pennsylvania I am aware that not all Druids know of the American author, Kevin Hearne.  He is a former high school English teacher living in Colorado.  This week saw the publication of his book Scourged

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Excerpt from the Dictionary of Mystery & Magic

Apr 8th, 2018 | By

  This excerpt is taken from the introduction to Melusine Draco’s magical dictionary: “Every good reference book is both a product and a reflection of its time. The Dictionary of Magic & Mystery is not just another compendium or dictionary of occultism: it is a jumping-off point for further research. Here, the reader will find

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Magical food for Grounding

Apr 6th, 2018 | By
magical food rachel patterson

Magical Food for Grounding Feel a little bit spacey? Floating high as a kite?  This can happen after working with energy, spell work or in ritual or just because…this is why we eat cake in our rituals…well one of the reasons anyway – because eating can help to ground your energy. Foods for grounding: Beans,

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The magic of: Eggs

Mar 28th, 2018 | By
rachel patterson kitchen witch magical food

The magic of: Eggs From teeny tiny quails eggs up to huge ostrich eggs they come in all sorts of shapes, the delicate outer casing containing the yolk and the white.  Boiled, scrambled, fried, poached or sunny side up…how do you like yours? An egg is a complete neat package of life and is very

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Every Day Magic: How to use birch sap or birch water

Mar 24th, 2018 | By
Every Day Magic with flowers and crystals

Birch sap, sometimes called birch water, can be tapped directly from birch trees at this time of year. It is a clear, slightly sweet liquid that can be drunk fresh or fermented. It has to be tapped at the end of winter and the start of spring, before the new green leaves bud. Make a

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Magical food for fertility

Mar 21st, 2018 | By
rachel patterson kitchen witch magical food

Magical Food for Fertility If you are wanting to hear the patter of tiny feet then add some magical fertility foods to your diet, obviously there are other things you need to do to make babies happen but that’s down to you!  Don’t think you can only eat these items if you want to get

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Videos from Hearth Moon Rising

Mar 18th, 2018 | By

Moon Books author Hearth Moon Rising loves exploring the multidimensional aspects of animal encounters. She takes an experiential and historical approach to understanding the powers we share with our furred, feathered and scaled friends. Her two books – Invoking Animal Magic and Divining with Animal Guides reflect her considerable experience of animal magic. Hearth lives

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Magical food for Ostara/Spring Equinox

Mar 14th, 2018 | By
rachel patterson kitchen witch

Magical food for Ostara/Spring Equinox The first day of spring and the festival of chocolate…or so it feels like, which is OK with me.  Darkness and light are in balance and we now enter a time of renewal and rebirth, the Earth is beginning to stir and starts to send out the first signs that

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