Wild Witchcraft: A Guide to Natural, Herbal and Earth Magic

May 14, 2016 - Comment

Filled with practical meditations, visualizations, and spells to help us work in harmony with nature, this book is for those interested in ancient magical lore, as well as those who are desirous of a deeper connection with nature.

Filled with practical meditations, visualizations, and spells to help us work in harmony with nature, this book is for those interested in ancient magical lore, as well as those who are desirous of a deeper connection with nature.

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A. Sentoni says:

Stay where you are Where “A Witch Alone” was a gentle push in the direction of a new freedom in earth-based belief, and “Natural Witchcraft” was a hearty shove to accept responsibility for and development of a personal practice, “Wild Witchcraft” in my opinion, was an inappropriate scolding and a slap-down of anyone who doesn’t approach his or her work in the same way as Ms. Green.The prologue of the book addresses why she feels disinclined to write more “advanced” instructions…

Dianne Foster says:

Couldn’t find a flaw….except one… This book has to be the best one I’ve read since “A Witch Alone.” I love the way she places emphasis upon the natural world and the simplicity of life should be. Her techniques are well formed as well.The only disagreements I have with her is her insistance upon finding a teacher or someone to help you in your practice. Witches of old usually did not have a teacher unless it was their families. I think that being solitary and finding things out for yourself is the most…

Anonymous says:

Filled with information for the solitary witch…… Marion Green, author of `A WITCH ALONE’ has written another wonderful book for solitaries. Green practices “WILD WITCHCRAFT’ in the UK and she suggests that all the coven inductions in the world will not make you a witch if you don’t understand the basis of magic, which is nothing less than the wild world. Over the years Green has developed a good deal of expertise in the areas of folklore and magic, both grounded in the natural world. I like her works because rather than merely relate “fairy…

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