Posts Tagged ‘ Animal magic ’

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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The Crows with White Feathers

Nov 26th, 2017 | By

We see them every day now. I don’t know when they moved in; or maybe they’ve always been around and we just never noticed them until recently. Three huge, adult crows who always hang around together, hopping along the grass verges outside the local council building. I saw a meme recently that said ‘If you’ve

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Invoking Animal Magic

Oct 29th, 2017 | By

Hearth Moon Rising’s Invoking Animal Magic applies a modern pagan understanding to the wealth of animal wisdom in folklore and myth.   Hearth Moon rising talking on Women’s Radio – http://www.womensradio.com/2013/12/invoking-animal-magic-with-hearth-moon-rising/ Read an excerpt here – http://moon-books.net/blogs/moonbooks/invoking-animal-magic-excerpts/ Buy the book- AMAZON US AMAZON UK BARNES & NOBLE HIVE  INDIEBOUND



Invoking Animal Magic – excerpts

Jun 17th, 2017 | By

Here’s a powerful little tale from Hearth Moon Rising’s Invoking Animal Magic: Once she was a spritely Lass who brought the joy of spring, but now she was Cailleach, she was old. As she hobbled to church that sunny morning, she spied berries, sweet berries that in her childhood she loved. The Cailleach picked the

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New for March – Animal Magic

Mar 3rd, 2017 | By

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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