Posts Tagged ‘ kitchen witch ’

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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Kitchen Witchcraft Books

Mar 16th, 2018 | By

In July of 2018, Moon Books will be publishing Kitchen Witchcraft: Spells & Charms, by Rachel Patterson. Kitchen Witchcraft: Spells & Charms will be the first in a series of books exploring different aspects of the world of the Kitchen Witch. Each book breaks down the whys and wherefores of the subject and includes practical guides

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A windy seafront ritual…books and cake

Mar 5th, 2018 | By
rachel patterson witchcraft into the wilds

My thirteenth book with Moon Books was published last week so I thought the occasion demanded a little bit of special attention. How about a book launch and an open ritual by the sea?  Fabulous…at the end of February in the UK…the idea was completely bonkers. However…following a week (or more) of solid British weather

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Sugar Jar Spell for a New Home

Feb 23rd, 2018 | By
sugar jar spell, rachel patterson, kitchen witch

Sugar Jar Spell for a New Home   If you are looking to move house this sugar jar spell could help things along. Find a photo of the house you want to move into or a picture of your ideal home if you haven’t found one yet and write your family name over it, place

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Magical Food – Sex

Feb 16th, 2018 | By
oysters, magical food, sex, rachel patterson, kitchen witch

Magical Food – Sex Bring on the oysters and the strawberries dipped in chocolate its va va voom time!  Food has always (as far as I can tell) been used to seduce and add that extra sparkle to our love lives.  I am not a personal lover of oysters or caviar but it seems to

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Magical Food for Love

Feb 9th, 2018 | By
magical food love rachel patterson kitchen witch

Magical Food for Love Love doesn’t just cover the romantic kind it also includes friendship and families.  Just getting a group of friends or family together for a feast or just a pizza in front of the TV bring love into your home and your life but you can add a little bit of magic

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Magical Food: Cabbage

Jan 26th, 2018 | By
cabbage, magical food, kitchen witch, rachel patterson

The magic of: Cabbage (Brassica oleracea/var.) A white, green or purple leafy vegetable that comes in all sorts of varieties, good sliced raw or cooked…but not boiled to death because apart from making the house smell horrid it tastes like last week’s laundry. The cabbage is supposedly one of the oldest foods known to man.

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Magical Food: Beetroot

Jan 19th, 2018 | By
beetroot, magical food, rachel patterson

The magic of: Beetroot (Beta vulgaris) Part of the Amaranthaceae family with many varieties the most well known is the beetroot but chard and sugar beet are also included and probably the best ever named vegetable, the mangelwurzel  which is used for animal feed. The beetroot we are most familiar with has a beautiful deep

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Magical Food – Spirituality and Psychic Skills

Jan 13th, 2018 | By
rachel patterson, spirituality, magical food

Magical Food – Spirituality & Psychic Skills I am not talking about religion here but finding your inner peace and your connection to the divine, whatever divinity it may be, finding your place and your faith. The foods in this list may help you to find that connection or to strengthen your psychic abilities and

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Magical food: Oranges and lemons

Dec 29th, 2017 | By
magical food, rachel patterson

Magical food: Oranges and lemons Orange (Citrus × sinensis) The orange coloured citrus fruit, you know the one. The orange is a fruit of the sun, a fruit of love and happiness and a fruit with an enlightening and uplifting scent. During the 19th Century to give a gift of an orange was thought to

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