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review 2015-11-04 08:58
Traditional Witchcraft and the Path to the Mysteries - Melusine Draco
The Deep Heart of Witchcraft - David Salisbury
Traditional Witchcraft for the Seashore - Melusine Draco
Traditional Witchcraft for Urban Living - Melusine Draco
Traditional Witchcraft for Fields and Hedgerows - Melusine Draco
Traditional Witchcraft for the Woods and Forests: A Witch's Guide to the Woodland with Guided Meditations and Pathworking - Melusine Draco
Traditional Witchcraft and the Pagan Revival: A Magical Anthropology - Melusine Draco
"More and more often these days I get asked what books would I recommend for solitary witches who have gone beyond material aimed at beginners. The truth is, there aren't that many. The Deep Heart of Witchcraft, by David Salisbury, is one I've recommended in the past. Now I'll be adding Traditional Witchcraft and the Path to the Mysteries by Mélusine Draco.

This book is the final in Mélusine's series Traditional Witchcraft for Urban Living, Traditional Witchcraft for the Seashore, Traditional Witchcraft for Fields and Hedgerows,Traditional Witchcraft for the Woods and Forests and Traditional Witchcraft and the Pagan Revival.It is aimed at witches who have worked through all the earlier books, taken on board the lessons and have a thorough grasp of the techniques and practices of witchcraft. So, one might ask, what is there left to learn? "

Taken from http://www.badwitch.co.uk/2015/03/review-traditional-witchcraft-and-path.html this is part of a much longer review of Path to the Mysteries, written by 'bad witch' Lucya Starza. 


I've tagged the other books in the series, which Lucya refers to in her review, and also David Salisbury's excellent 'Deep heart of witchcraft'.

Source: www.badwitch.co.uk/2015/03/review-traditional-witchcraft-and-path.html
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quote 2015-11-03 16:39
"her instructions are really easy to follow. I must confess, I have always bought smudge sticks from shops but it is so easy to make them, now I know how, that I feel a fool and I'm inspired to try some of these ideas out."
A Kitchen Witch's World of Magical Herbs & Plants - Rachel Patterson

This a comment from a review first posted on http://www.witchhazelsmagick.com/2014/10/book-review-kitchen-witchs-world-of.html - the reviewer is a book lover and a witch, and clearly really got on with the book. 

Source: www.witchhazelsmagick.com/2014/10/book-review-kitchen-witchs-world-of.html
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review 2015-11-03 16:34
"After reading Rachel Patterson’s newest book in her Kitchen Witch series, you just might be inspired to give your kitchen a magical makeover. Not only is she a veteran author of five books on magical food, she is High Priestess of the Kitchen Witch Coven and an elder at the online Kitchen Witch School of Natural Witchcraft. With touches of cheeky humour, she describes readying the kitchen and cooking equipment for magical work, seasonal and holiday recipes, magical food for intent, correspondences of various sorts, food for the moon cycle, and food spells. Think “Engagement Chicken” (Glamour magazine’s famous recipe for inducing a man to propose) taken to a whole new level!"
A Kitchen Witch's World of Magical Food - Rachel Patterson

Spiral Nature is a fantastic website exploring magic and spirituality. The quote is from there review of A Kitchen Witch's world of Magical Food - you can read the rest here -




And then you can go on and poke around the rest of the site, because it's well worth exploring.

Source: www.spiralnature.com/reviews/kitchen-witchs-world-magical-food
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review 2015-11-03 16:21
"If you have ever wondered, really wondered about witches, and I don’t mean the kind that fly about on broomsticks, I mean the real ones that live and work in your community, this essential guide will answer all your questions."
Grimoire of a Kitchen Witch: An Essential Guide to Witchcraft - Rachel Patterson

Janet Mawdsley's review of Grimoire of a Kitchen Witch is published on her blog, you can read it in full there.



Source: www.bluewolf-reviews.com/index.php/books/new-age/item/481-grimoire-of-a-kitchen-witch
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review 2015-10-26 16:24
This is not a ‘how to’ book. It is my strongest advice to anyone wishing to know more or to follow the path of the Druid to find themselves a well respected teacher or training course. This can take time and patience. But it will also save time and potential confusion.

Before we know anything at all, we are free. When we have begun to discover, we each carry away with us for some time the burden of thinking we know everything. True magic is about empowerment. Empowerment is about personal creativity, not
control. Competition is the game of the ego. A good teacher will never appear superior. It isn’t a race for enlightenment; it is a journey towards balance and perfect peace. There is no Holy Grail which holds all the answers. There is only our own freedom of spirit.
Spirits of the Sacred Grove - Emma Restall Orr

A quote from the beginning of Spirits of the Sacred Grove. It absolutely is not a how-to book, and anyone picking this up to learn Druidry will have their work cut out to say the very least. Even so, it is a book that has inspired a great many people to find their own way and their own path as Druids. Emma Restall Orr offers a poetic sense of what it means to be a Druid, a tantalizing glimpse of something hard to name, and even harder to pin down or possess. There are a great many contemporary Druid authors whose journey and inspiration began with Emma Restall Orr's work, and a great many Druids who are still questing after something that they first sensed while reading this particular book. It holds an important place in the evolution of modern Druidry.

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