Posts Tagged ‘ pagan ’

Videos from the online Imbolc Festival

Feb 13th, 2017 | By
robin

The awesome Pagan Federation disabilities team ran another online festival for Imbolc. Here are the contributions from Moon Books authors. Mabh Savage: The Anxious Witch: Maintaining a Group Connection   Robin Herne on being sociable   You can find the rest of the online event here – https://www.facebook.com/PFDisabilities/ or pick it up on the twitter feed here

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Searching for a Snowdrop

Feb 7th, 2017 | By
c. Mabh Savage

by Mabh Savage I keep looking, I really do. I’m so used to seeing the snowdrops just before Imbolc, that it pains me that I haven’t found one yet. I feel like I need to see one before sunset on the first of February, as spring can’t really be approaching if the little fair maids

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Author News February 2017

Feb 3rd, 2017 | By
Animal Magic

Rachel Patterson will be giving a talk on Animal Magic at The Enchanted Market on Saturday 11th February http://www.theenchantedmarket.com/ Lucya Starza  celebrated the anniversary of the launch party for Pagan Portals Candle Magic: badwitch.co.uk/lighting-candle-for-my-books-birthday and is also running a workshop on scrying by candlelight at Atlantis Bookshop on 4 Feb: badwitch.co.uk/magic-school-scrying-divination Elen Sentier is doing a presentation on the 24th

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Seasonal inspiration for Pagans

Jan 25th, 2017 | By
turning

It’s not unusual for Pagan books to include something on seasonal celebrations, but what they have, and whether it will be what you were looking for isn’t always obvious. Here are some insights into celebratory material in Moon Books titles.  A Modern Celt by Mabh Savage looks at each of the points of the Wheel

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Elen Sentier’s book migration

Jan 23rd, 2017 | By
moon song

Unlike swans, books don’t normally get the urge to overwinter somewhere else, their migrations are rare! We’re delighted to announce that two of Elen Sentier’s books have moved from other publishers to join her considerable list here at Moon books. (Find all of Elen’s books here – http://www.moon-books.net/authors/elen-sentier ) Gardening with the Moon & Stars brings biodynamics

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A new author for 2017

Jan 19th, 2017 | By
Julie Brett

As you might expect, the majority of the new Moon Books titles for 2017 come from authors who have published with us before. However, we’re delighted to announce the coming of the first book from new author Julie Brett. Julie Brett is passionate about reawakening the magic of the Australian landscape. She is also passionate

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Books of Runes

Jan 5th, 2017 | By
jhp528c96a39fd1f

Enigmatic and powerful, the runes offer a Pagan practitioner many different ways of working. We have three titles that explore just some of the options. Just Add Blood, by Kennan Taylor is a book directed toward healing and personal development. Just Add Blood is an introduction to the use of the Anglo-Saxon runes. It serves as

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Pagan resolutions for 2017

Dec 31st, 2016 | By
mistletoe-druid

From Nimue Brown The world needs us more urgently than ever. If you were wondering about possible New Year’s resolutions, here’s some suggestions. Stand up for truth, honesty and honour and reject the notion that ‘post-truth’ is acceptable. Stand up for the planet and those who live on it. Vote, petition, protest, campaign in any

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Pagan at midwinter

Dec 27th, 2016 | By
dark-mistletoe

There are so many things a Pagan might celebrate at midwinter, and so many ways in which to do it. Whether your drawn to Stonehenge, New Grange or another ancient site, celebrating the rebirth of the Sun, or the fight of the oak and holly kings, or still dreaming in the darkness with the Cailleach,

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A Day in the Life of Yvone Ryves

Dec 19th, 2016 | By
2402

I usually wake up around 8am either with the changing light, or the radio coming on if I’m very tired. Once awake I like to pull back the curtains and look into the garden to see if there are any visitors. Depending on the time of year there might be hares, kitens, rabbits, pigeons or

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