Books for Witches / Wiccans

12 flavours of Yule

Dec 15th, 2016 | By
Rachel Patterson, through titles like Kitchen Witchcraft and Moon Magic is our best-selling author.

Bring some kitchen witchcraft into your seasonal celebrations this year with inspiration from Rachel Patterson. The 12 Days of Yule series began on the 10th of December… “On the first day of Yule my Coven gave to me…sprouts…” Sprouts might not seem an obvious source of foody magic, but they have properties to be reckoned

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New book! A Mystic Guide to Cleansing & Clearing

Sep 7th, 2016 | By
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A Mystic Guide to Cleansing & Clearing by David Salisbury Using energetic methods from a variety of traditions and philosophies, this is a new approach to the practice of cleansing our lives. A Mystic Guide to Cleansing & Clearing takes a new approach to the practice of cleansing our lives. Using energetic methods from a variety

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The Dictionary of Magic & Mystery, an excerpt

Aug 20th, 2016 | By
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This is an excerpt from the opening to Melusine Draco’s The Dictionary of Magic & Mystery, which has far more to offer a reader than the notion of ‘dictionary’ may first suggest… To thoroughly understand what magic is all about, whether from the perspective of the village wise-woman or the high-powered ceremonial magician, we have to

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New for May – The Art of Ritual

May 9th, 2016 | By
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The Art of Ritual: Hand fastings, baby namings, Goddess rites, Celtic tree celebrations, and other elemental rituals from a kitchen hedge witch. Rachel is an incredibly prolific and popular author, writing accessible and upbeat witchcraft titles. Other works include: Pagan Portals Kitchen Witchcraft Grimoire of a Kitchen Witch Pagan Portals Hoodoo Folk Magic Pagan Portals

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Wytchy Mystique

May 7th, 2016 | By
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By Amythyst Raine Hatayama Every day of the week has an astrological connection, as well as corresponding energies with specific plants, stones, colors, etc. The magic involves becoming aware of these energies and correspondences and learning how to use them to manifest positive change in our lives. Monday’s energy is pure goddess magick, centering around

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New for April – Celtic Witchcraft

Apr 9th, 2016 | By
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Pagan Portals – Celtic Witchcraft, by Mabh Savage. Learn how Celtic legend and mythology can bring magic into your daily life. Walk with the Tuatha Dé Danann and hear their wisdom on the wind. See colour as a doorway to a magical world. Speak to animals and become one with the turn of the seasons.

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New for February – Pagan Portals – Candle Magic

Feb 6th, 2016 | By
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A witch’s guide to spells and rituals Using candles in simple spells, seasonal rituals and essential craft techniques. Candle magic is something almost everyone has tried, even as a child – who hasn’t made a wish over a birthday cake? Candle spells are among the easiest yet also the most effective to perform. They are

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Working with Power Animals

May 14th, 2015 | By
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Working with animals is a feature of a number of traditions – perhaps most obviously the witch’s familiar and the shaman’s spirit guides. Many Pagans find a strong affinity with specific creatures, that can shape a sense of self and define what a person does in their life. How do you go from a sense

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Cover stories – Traditional witchcraft

Apr 18th, 2015 | By
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There’s often a story behind a book cover. Why that image? What tales does the cover tell? If a book cover is any good, it should help you judge the book and work out if you want to read it.  Sometimes this is very much about conveying the tone of the book. Melusine Draco explains…

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Oddest Book title of the year?

Mar 4th, 2015 | By
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It’s not the kind of kudos we’re accustomed to here at Moon Books, being bother weirder and higher profile than a Pagan author can usually expect. Divorcing a Real Witch by Diana Rajchel has been nominated for oddest book title of the year.  The annual award comes from Bookseller magazine, has been running since 1978,

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