Books for Witches / Wiccans

Magical food: Cake and cookies

Dec 15th, 2017 | By
magical food rachel patterson

Magical food: Cake and cookies Cake Well I just had to mention cake didn’t I? Cakes have featured throughout history for centuries and have often been used in ritual, for celebrations or rites of passage.  Cakes were offered to the gods or eaten at ceremonies to appease them or encourage good harvests or even to

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Learn Candle Magic in Central London

Dec 14th, 2017 | By
Candle Magic

Lucya Starza writes… I’m running a workshop on practical candle magic at Treadwell’s Bookshop on Sunday 14 January 2018. The class runs from 1pm to 3pm, all materials are supplied, it is only ÂŁ20 per person and you get to take an enchanted candle or two home with you. The candle magic workshop covers material from

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Magical food: Wine and beer

Dec 8th, 2017 | By
magical food rachel patterson

Magical food: Wine and beer Alcohol is bound to appear at some point over the holidays whether it is in fruit or hops form: Grapes (Vitis vinifera ) Grapes are the clusters of berries from a deciduous woody vine, they can be eaten in all sorts of ways including fresh just as they are or

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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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Magical food: Chocolate

Nov 30th, 2017 | By
magical chocolate rachel patterson

Magical food: Chocolate (Theobroma cacao) Now where do I start?  I have to tell you I take my writing job seriously and I do a huge amount of research…this particular subject took some time…and involved a lot of practical investigation… Chocolate is made from the cacao bean with a combination of cocoa solids, cocoa butter,

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Reviews for Identity and the Quartered Circle

Nov 29th, 2017 | By

Published in 2013, Identity and the Quartered Circle is an eclectic Wiccan discussion of the search for identity through the power of a cast circle and the four directions. Author Dorothy Abrams draws on her considerable teaching work – something she’s done since the 1980s and as a co-founder of the Web PATH centre. From casting

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An oven and appliance blessing

Nov 24th, 2017 | By
oven blessing rachel patterson

An Oven Blessing Probably one of the main features in a kitchen is the oven, historically it would have been the centre, the hearth and heart of the home so it makes sense (to me anyway) to give your oven a blessing.  Be nice to your appliances and they will be nice to you… What

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Magical Food for intent

Nov 21st, 2017 | By
rachel patterson food for prosperity

Magical food for intent Foods can be used for their specific intent, we have all heard about the aphrodisiac power of oysters and the healing powers of homemade chicken soup, but you can add your own intent to any of your cooking. Charge each item as you add it to the pot and visualise your

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The story behind Traditional Witchcraft for Urban Living

Jul 11th, 2017 | By

By Melusine Draco Every book has a story behind the story of how it came to be written. It may be about a life-long passion, a personal journey, the need to share an experience or knowledge. It may have been fermenting in the brain for years, or sprung fully formed from a blinding epiphany. Whether

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Books for Wiccans

May 17th, 2017 | By

At Moon Books we have titles covering an array of witchcraft traditions. Here are the books of particular relevance for those witches who are practicing Wicca.   Wiccan Celebrations, by Silver Elder.  The illustrated book of Wiccan practice based on the Seasonal and Lunar cycles. A complete practical guide to Wiccan experience. Buy the book AMAZON

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