Mrs. B’s Guide to Household Witchery: Everyday Magic, Spells, and Recipes

September 22, 2017 - Comment

For domestic goddesses everywhere–add some magic and fun to those mundane household chores with Mrs. B.’s Guide to Household Witchery. Whether you’re sweeping the floor, making a meal, or cleaning out that junk drawer, domestic witch Kris Bradley, creator of the popular blog, Confessions of a Pagan Soccer Mom, will show you how to create

For domestic goddesses everywhere–add some magic and fun to those mundane household chores with Mrs. B.’s Guide to Household Witchery. Whether you’re sweeping the floor, making a meal, or cleaning out that junk drawer, domestic witch Kris Bradley, creator of the popular blog, Confessions of a Pagan Soccer Mom, will show you how to create spells and magic to bring happiness and balance into your home. Bradley offers ideas and solutions to make the most out of everyday items, activities, and obligations. From Anchovies to Broccoli, and Wine to Yeast, from sweeping the floor to blow-drying your hair, you can change your outlook on life with a pinch of knowledge and a dash of magic! The book includes simple rituals, spells, and ways to connect with the spirits that watch over your home and family. Includes an appendix of herbs and a complete materia magica from the kitchen pantry.

Mrs. B’s Guide to Household Witchery features:

  • Room by Room: How to create magic while you cook, set up a family altar in the living room, or do a junk drawer divination
  • The Elements for the Domestic Witch: a primer on the 4 elements and how to balance them in your home
  • The Domestic Witch’s Herbal: Magical uses for every herb and food in your pantry, as well as instant magic with prepackaged spice mixes
  • Simple Sabbats for the Busy Witch: simple ways to celebrate the passing of the seasons
  • Magical Recipes: More than 100 recipes and spells

Comments

Meredith says:

Cute guide to witchcraft!

Mary Fowlie says:

Exceptional. There really is no other word for this. The material is well-presented, easy to understand, most of it I haven’t found anywhere else, and most of all fun. There is little if any to-do about fancy ritual and ceremony, though there is room for the practitioner to make it overly complicated if they wish which leaves alot of breathing room.Also, there is something about this book… It isn’t an old grimoir with mystical powers, nor does it look or is it presented like one, but it has…

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