Published by: Moon Books
Publication date: 29th June 2018
The Hedge Druid’s Craft blends the traditions of Wicca, Witchcraft and Druidry into a spiritual path that uses the techniques of “hedge riding” to travel between the worlds, bringing back wisdom and enchantment into our everyday lives. It is about working with boundaries, with a foot in either world, living around the edges and working with liminal times and places. For those whose paths meander and often overlap, and those who would not be constrained nor confined by labels, yet who seek some definition, this book is for you. If you are interested in Witchcraft, Wicca or Druidry, this book will sing to your soul.
Continue reading “Last review of September: ‘The Hedge Druid’s Craft’, by Joanna van der Hoeven”
Published By: Moon Books
Publication Date: 23rd February 2018
Witchcraft… into the wilds leads us through the wilds of nature and back to the roots and bones of witchcraft, a natural witchcraft that works with the seasons and all the natural items that Mother Nature provides, drawing on magical folk lore and a little bit of gypsy magic too. No fancy tools or ceremonial rituals, this is about working with the source. Mother Earth provides us with the changing of the seasons and within that turning of the year she gives us everything we need to work magic with, from natural energy in the form of storms, rain and sunshine to tangible items packed full of magical energy such as seeds, leaves and stones.
Continue reading “Review: ‘Witchcraft…Into The Wilds’, by Rachel Patterson”
I haven’t been reviewing many books outside of my scheduled reviews this month, but yesterday a package of books arrived from Moon Books. The first of those that I’ve chosen to review is this book, since today is official publication day.
Continue reading “Bonus review #2: ‘Odin: Meeting the Norse Allfather’, by Morgan Daimler”
Published By: Moon Books
Publication Date: 26th January 2018
Focusing on the origins of Western culture and belief systems, from ancient agriculture to modern industry, from primitive religion to monotheism, Primal Awareness explains how we became separated from nature and how, throughout history, these belief systems and social models have imposed a life of servitude and hardship upon millions of people. It also illustrates how modern technology and the modern scientific world view are currently causing the destruction of our natural environment. How can we overcome this separation, and reconnect with nature and spirit once again?
Continue reading “Bonus Review #4: ‘Primal Awareness’, by Rob Wildwood”
I asked Moon Books for a copy of this seasonally appropriate book and it arrived yesterday. Since it was snowing and freezing yesterday, I went to bed early and had a read.
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I was sent this book by the publisher in return for an honest review.
(My reviews are always honest and I’ll frying pan anyone who slanders me by suggesting otherwise).
Published by: Moon Books
Publication Date: 22nd June 2017
Continue reading “Review: ‘The Crane Bag’, by Joanna van der Hoeven”
Published By: Llewellyn Worldwide
Publication Date: 8th May 2017
Price: $19.99 (US)
The Path of Paganism provides practical advice and support for living an authentic Pagan life in our mainstream Western culture. Witches, druids, polytheists, and other Pagans will discover an experiential guide to the foundations and practices of these deeply meaningful traditions.
For John Beckett, practicing Paganism means more than adopting a set of books, tools, and holidays. Practicing Paganism means cultivating a way of seeing the world and your place in it. It means challenging the assumptions of mainstream society, keeping those that prove true and helpful while discarding those that show themselves to be false. It means building a solid foundation from which you can explore the nature of the universe, the gods, your self, and your community while learning to strengthen your relationship with all of them.
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The Call of the Vaettir – http://wp.me/p5MCkF-1Dm
In a world where one’s understanding of the natural world and society is one founded on a complex web of dynamic relationships nothing can be treated as a lone object operating in isolation. All things depend on and influence each other.
A post I found on Gods and Radicals that I think is important.
Also, I’m going quiet for a few more days. When I come back it should be with a selection of book reviews.
On this lovely day, I should like to share three reviews with you dear readers. As usual I got the ARC’s from http://www.netgalley.com; it’s a good place for amateur reviewers to get books early, but you don’t get to keep them; they expire 55 days after being downloaded, and sometimes I have to download them again.
Continue reading “A selection of new books from Llewellyn, reviewed”
Price: 17.99 (USD)
Published by: Llewellyn Worldwide
Publication date: 8th April 2015
Continue reading “Review: Circle of Eight by Jane Meredith”