A Witch Alone: Thirteen Moons to Master Natural Magic

A Witch Alone Thirteen Moons to Master Natural Magic This book carries on the tradition of the solo village witch emphasizing white rather than black magic It is a practical manual of instruction for those who choose the solo path of study and particula

  • Title: A Witch Alone: Thirteen Moons to Master Natural Magic
  • Author: Marian Green
  • ISBN: 9780007133239
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book carries on the tradition of the solo village witch emphasizing white rather than black magic It is a practical manual of instruction for those who choose the solo path of study and particularly stresses the importance of being in tune with nature As there are approximately 13 moons each year the book is divided into 13 parts Each section is aimed at lastingThis book carries on the tradition of the solo village witch emphasizing white rather than black magic It is a practical manual of instruction for those who choose the solo path of study and particularly stresses the importance of being in tune with nature As there are approximately 13 moons each year the book is divided into 13 parts Each section is aimed at lasting from the new moon to the dark to make the student fully aware of the changing power in the tides of the sea and the tides of the self The moon long sections deal with a variety of taditional arts, skills and mental exercises which enables the aspiring witch to discover the inner world of magic inside him herself.
    A Witch Alone Thirteen Moons to Master Natural Magic A Witch Alone , and Wild Witchcraft are two books that I would recommend for ANY Witch, Wiccan, Pagan, etc Long gone are the days when Solitary worship were frowned upon I myself, a Priestess of the Old Religion for over years, have spent a good rds as a Solitary, BY CHOICE. A Witch Alone Thirteen Moons to Master Natural Magic by Aug , A Witch Alone Thirteen Moons to Master Natural Magic This book carries on the tradition of the solo village witch emphasizing white rather than black magic It is a practical manual of instruction for those who choose the solo path of study and particularly stresses the importance of being in tune with nature. A Witch Alone The Apprentice Witch A Witch Alone did not disappoint It was a joy to revisit the charming Lull, enjoy a hot chocolate, and catch up with characters it is impossible not to care about Bob the moon hare is still at her Wyn s side, and this time the dark spirits she has to tackle are threatening the entire Kingdom, even the King himself. Witch Alone The Essential Guide for the Solo Practitioner A Witch Alone is a valuable guide, full of lessons and spells for the solo Wiccan Each chapter examines a different part of the pagan path, including information about herbs, the Healing Arts, Moon Magic and Solar Cycles, and recovering the Old Ways. A Witch Alone The Apprentice Witch by James Nicol The novel A Witch Alone is the sequel to Apprentice Witch by James Nicol The novel has three hundred six pages and starts with the young witch, Airianwyn Gribble enjoying her short vacation in Kingsport and coming back to her hometown, Lull. Witch Alone By Marian Green Paperback Target A Witch Alone is a valuable guide, full of lessons and spells for the solo Wiccan Each chapter examines a different part of the pagan path, including information about herbs, the Healing Arts, Moon Magic and Solar Cycles, and recovering the Old Ways. A Witch Alone Winter Trilogy, by Ruth Warburton Feb , A WITCH ALONE brings Ruth Warburton s WINTER TRILOGY to a conclusion After the events of A WITCH IN LOVE, Anna is left adrift, but the desire to know about her mother does she still live draws her forward and into a series of events that threatens everything and everyone. A WITCH ALONE RUTH WARBURTON PDF Apr , As the conclusion of a wonderful series, A Witch Alone has many moments that broke my heart The love story is going to end in a particular way Ultimately she will have to choose between friends, family and rival tribes of witches and at the last between love and magic Feb , Gemma Mcvitie birch rated it liked it. Witchcraft Pagan Sites A Witch Alone A Witch Alone Intreasting Links Witchcraft Pagan Sites Greetings Welcome to A Witch Alone Forum Forum Guidelines Important Annoucements and Polls Pagan News Introductions Witch Crafts Marketplace For Sale Freecycle A Witch Alone Hearth Maiden, Mother and Crone Green Man Pagan Parenting. A Witch Alone Book The Winter Trilogy Hello, Sign in Account Lists Sign in Account Lists Returns Orders Try

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    1. Marian Green is an author who has been working in the field of ceremonial and folk magic since the early 1960s She has also organized a conference every March since 1968 to bring together writers and their readers, the Quest Conference She has written than a dozen books on ceremonial magic and aspects of witchcraft as well as editing QUEST magazine since 1970 She is a council member of the Pagan Federation and has also been editor of Pagan Dawn.

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    1. A beautifully written guide for solo practitioners of the old ways I love her bare and simple approach to natural magic, connecting with the rhythms of the moon and the seasons on a personal level She reminds us often of the old ways, working hands on with nature, getting one s hands dirty in the actual dirt, rather than the sterilized, ego pleasing, urban pseudo magic that many approaches seem to take This is practical and wise advice, and beautifully written My only semi gripe is that she s ve [...]


    2. A very practical, down to earth and not pretentious guide to witchcraft for seekers and beginners While not everything about Witchcraft appeals to me, I do love that the author of this book emphasizes that magic is simple and can be practised by anyone who is willing to listen to deeper whispers within themselves Magic comes from that mysterious, non linear part of our minds, that unconscious place that is often left untapped The potential to heal yourself, heal others and gain greater direction [...]


    3. The thing I loved about this book was the bare bones approach to magick Doing away completely with all the ceremony, fancy tools and words, and just connecting to the natural rhythms of the earth.I like this way of thinking and it has made me think closely about my own direction.The author seems to really take aim at wiccans and modern practitioners, a lot of the time, I thought, rather unfairly.We are all the products of our time, and as much as the author seems to will it, we are not simple v [...]



    4. It s been so long since I read this that I can t give much detail However I ve been recommending it for years Excellent book, well written, and a grounded view of Wicca than many others I ve read.


    5. I felt like this book was incredibly Euro centric and very, very basic It dealt with a lot of common sense that was not necessarily just applicable to a magickal practitioner It unfortunately was really a let down and Green s rambling writing style did little to hold my attention.


    6. Heavily Wiccan, and I don t agree with everything but still relevant.



    7. The thing with magic is that nobody is going to ever master EVERYTHING So there s never going to be one book that will cover all the aspects completely This beginner s book acknowledges the above fact with a practical approach.That a beginner s book will show you the broad strokes in the craft, the major schools and faculties in the arts of magick The novice practitioner can glean through those aspects While the experienced mages can enjoy the refreshing reminder of elements that they might hav [...]


    8. I m giving this book five stars out of sheer nostalgia Maybe it s not the best book out there now, but when I read it as a teenager about to leave home and family and start a new life in Wales it was inspirational no real internet back then, that was any use, by the way I d been bumping up against pagan ideas for a while and then this book kept appearing as recommendations in the strangest places.So I ordered it and bought it and read it so often the spine disintegrated I worked through most of [...]


    9. Low on information, the authoress instead chooses to give her readers a list of 4 books at the end of each chapter or lesson.What I find somewhat dishonest is that she wrote some of those same books and could have included the relevant portions instead of trying to milk further sales.Ms Green also gives the impression that she feels Traditional Wicca is superior to other forms, so anyone on an eclectic path or who follows a non European type of Paganism will probably find little to relate to.Ove [...]


    10. A beautifully written guide for beginning practitioners of the old ways or if you re simply interested in the Craft.


    11. I like Green s style of writing and I think this book is a great source of ideas as well as a nice guide for a solitary witch without the overly ritualistic approach that I dislike I do find the book quite Wiccan centered and I would take what she writes with a grain of salt She seems to put a lot of weight on pointing out historical inaccuracies but fails to mention that her own theories cannot be proven either In this light I find it a bit odd that one of the books she recommends is Margaret M [...]


    12. Officially, this is the first book I picked up on lessons on the Craft, at the age of nineteen It is easy to follow, and written in a similar, warm and guiding manner similar to Heather Seller s book, Page By Page But, with this book s guidance and smatterings of poetry, it is not without it s flaws It unfortunately states that other religions, like the mainstream Christianity is compatible with Paganism, which logically speaking, cannot be for various reasons.


    13. I was lucky enough to pick up this book in my teenage years, when I knew I wasn t Christian but was looking into a wide variety of spiritual paths This is the book that made me decide realize I was Neo Pagan I don t consider myself Wiccan or a Witch, but I definitely consider myself Neo Pagan and down the line I found modern Druidry It s been a while, but I did re read it in my early 20s, and both times I was struck with how beautiful and poetic the prose is in many parts.


    14. Yes, I used to have a Pagan phase I m now an atheist Anyway if you do want to learn what paganism witchcraft is about, this is a good book to learn from Marion Green is a gifted writer and the illustrations enhance but do not overpower the text I read this when I was living in the woods outside of Bath, England and I have to admit the setting added to the book s appeal.


    15. Great book for beginners I would definitely say that this is a great startough I m not that much of a beginner, it s still nice to go back a few steps and go back to the basics Nicely written simple language, no metaphors , great meditation visualization techniques and it sort of gives you a push in the right direction


    16. I found this book to be very informative and one to follow with the exercises at the end of each chapter What I like is you can incorporate your traditional believes and move into a deeper understanding of the natural world as God had intended.


    17. Not really applicable to someone who lives in California, and who has issues with agriculture and civilization It had some interesting bits of information but for me personally it s not very helpful.


    18. This book is by far one of the best Wiccan books in my opinion and it is one that I never fail to recommend I ve bought multiple copies because I m always giving it away If you are interested in Wicca, please do read this book.


    19. This book couldn t keep my attention I ve read other books on Wicca and enjoyed them, but this just bored me to tears I could not connect with it at all.





    20. Very informative Could not put it down the first time I read it and I often go back to read information in it again.







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