Moon Magick: Myth & Magic, Crafts & Recipes,

Moon Magick: Myth & Magic, Crafts & Recipes,

Moon Magick: Myth & Magic, Crafts & Recipes, Rituals & Spells [Ebook] ➦ Moon Magick: Myth & Magic, Crafts & Recipes, Rituals & Spells ➥ D.J. Conway – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Each month your energy levels wax and wane just as the Moon does, sometimes urging you to start new projects and other times easing you towards quiet and contemplation Whether the Moon is making you f Each month your energy Myth & eBook ¸ levels wax and wane just as the Moon Magick: PDF or Moon does, sometimes urging you to start new projects and other times Magick: Myth & eBook ✓ easing you towards quiet and contemplation Whether the Moon is making you feel adventurous and productive or dreamy and lethargic, you can use its energy to work for you instead of against youIn this enduring classic, bestselling author DJ Conway explains how each of thelunar months is directly connected to a different type of seasonal energy flow Withmodern Pagan rituals for tapping the Moon s energy and celebrating its phases, you ll improve your physical, emotional, and spiritual well being when you align yourself with the natural strength of the MoonMoon Magick features a treasury of practical lunar magick and lore Seasonal recipes, decorations, and crafts Lunar meditations, spells, and lore Moon mythology, correspondences, and symbols Goddesses Gods and ancient holidays Praise A great book Moon Magick is a wonderful resourcea varied and rich collection of lore, recipes, and activities New Age Retailer A wealth of magical material which can easily be incorporated into everyday life Circle Network News An excellent resource for all practitioners Magical Blend.


10 thoughts on “Moon Magick: Myth & Magic, Crafts & Recipes, Rituals & Spells

  1. Giovanna Giovanna says:

    Gimmicky is the best word I can come up with here It s fun for beginners, but honestly, why waste your time with something that s not as valuable as many other authors out there I d say borrow this from the library and read it if you can don t buy it and spend your money on something else.


  2. Tamera Tamera says:

    3.75 stars, bordering on 4 because the book is well laid out and the appendixes add value.I don t typically review books like this, and this isn t so much a true review as just a bit of what s good vs meh.The book contains sections devoted to every moon of the year and doesn t just focus on the well worn stories and traditions but brings a lot of folk tales and traditions from around the world and from many different faiths noting bits and pieces though never necessarily in depth about ho 3.75 stars, bordering on 4 because the book is well laid out and the appendixes add value.I don t typically review books like this, and this isn t so much a true review as just a bit of what s good vs meh.The book contains sections devoted to every moon of the year and doesn t just focus on the well worn stories and traditions but brings a lot of folk tales and traditions from around the world and from many different faiths noting bits and pieces though never necessarily in depth about how each celebrates It gave me a nice jumping off point for other things that I wanted to readin depth about.The recipes and crafts for each moon fall both into the good and the meh as some were useful and things I could see myself actually utilizing bath salts, food and drink but others felt far less practical and fed into the very old school new age vibes of what a witch s practice should look like That being said, I can forgive it a little as it was published in 1996 and the way many of us approach the craft has changed since then However, I may not be the ideal audience and traditional wiccans may enjoy this muchthan my mishmash witchy self


  3. Viv Viv says:

    I think I need to make the Dragon Smoke Bath Salts for prosperity This book has quite a few recipes and craft ideas, ie Tibetan cologne.


  4. Curtis Nash Curtis Nash says:

    A fun read, encouraging you to look at the world and your role within it with a fresh perspective It gives a monthly description of different cultural beliefs surrounding the moon, with the cultures ranging from Nordic pagan to Egyptian to Far Eastern With these monthly descriptions, they also include recipes and spells rituals related to these monthly moons, without promising anything Instead, they serve as an all encompassing history of lunar gazing Many of the stories stuck with me I fin A fun read, encouraging you to look at the world and your role within it with a fresh perspective It gives a monthly description of different cultural beliefs surrounding the moon, with the cultures ranging from Nordic pagan to Egyptian to Far Eastern With these monthly descriptions, they also include recipes and spells rituals related to these monthly moons, without promising anything Instead, they serve as an all encompassing history of lunar gazing Many of the stories stuck with me I finished reading it about 5 months ago , and I still make note of the color and phase of the moon every time I am in view


  5. Alissa Alissa says:

    I like how this book coversthan just the well known Greek Roman mythologies, delving into Hindu, Egyptian, and other lesser known cultures view spoiler Although everytime I read the words Kali Ma , the first thing I think of is Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, which is one of the movies I watched obsessively as a kid I mean no disrespect I just can t help it Those early associations are impossible to get past Monkey brains, anyone hide spoiler I ve always been a fan of a I like how this book coversthan just the well known Greek Roman mythologies, delving into Hindu, Egyptian, and other lesser known cultures view spoiler Although everytime I read the words Kali Ma , the first thing I think of is Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, which is one of the movies I watched obsessively as a kid I mean no disrespect I just can t help it Those early associations are impossible to get past Monkey brains, anyone hide spoiler I ve always been a fan of all sorts of mythology, so this is especially interesting to me.Love the recipe sections too


  6. Lisa Bates Lisa Bates says:

    This book is structured beautifully like Teen Witch and the magic in it is simple and involves easy to obtain stuff that doesn t make you dread the rite unlike The Way of Four It also has a lot of entertaining myth Like The Grandmother of Time.As a collector of personally aesthetic spellbooks this one fits easily into my collection and I would buy it again.


  7. Laura Laura says:

    Some of the information on customs in non western, norse, or celtic cultures was explained in only one sentence The lack of context really changed the significance of a lot of the customs This book did try to cover most of the world, so I appreciate the attempt.


  8. Heka Heka says:

    I had this book for many years When I was first starting out, it seemed really inspiring I adapted some of its poems and incantations to songs and chants which I still use but, as I becameexperienced and widely read, I mostly regarded this book as garbage.


  9. Lilliana Blackstar Lilliana Blackstar says:

    A great read and one of my favorite Go To reference books


  10. Diana Diana says:

    Inspired by spending too much time with this book.


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