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📒Embracing The Moon ✍ Yasmine Galenorn
✏Embracing the Moon Book Summary : Learn how you can develop deeper spirituality as you practice rituals and learn the mental, spiritual, and practical powers of the Witch, when you read Embracing the Moon by Yasmine Galenorn. You know what you want in life. You're searching for a spiritual path that is deeply meaningful. You hunger for a closer connection with the Earth, the seasons, and the shifting energies of the moon. You long to weave beneficial magick into the very fabric of your life. You can do all this and more when you embrace the moon. Embracing the Moon is a guidebook to following your unique spiritual path as a Witch. Based on a non-traditional, eclectic approach to Witchcraft, this system of natural magick draws on many traditions. You can use this powerful, versatile magickal system exactly as created by the author—or you can customize it as you wish. Embracing the Moon describes a multitude of options so you can choose those most meaningful to you: ·Faerie magick ·Hex work ·Goddess rituals ·Earth healing rituals ·Elements and deities ·Magickal tools ·Prosperity and abundance spells ·Recipes for oils and powders ·Love and beauty magick ·Household magick ·God rituals ·Shapeshifting and animal magick ·Candle and herb magick ·Magickal life mapping ·Protection and healing spells ·Rune charts and symbols The author has developed and practiced her eclectic system for over 20 years. Now you can use her insights, exercises, and magickal techniques to create a system that is both within the traditions of Witchcraft and yet uniquely your own. Get Embracing the Moon today.
📒Embracing The Moon ✍ Jeannie Levig
✏Embracing the Moon Book Summary : Taylor Matthews is a player. The one and only time she lost herself in love it landed her in jail serving a four-year sentence. Never again. In the three decades since, she's turned her life around, built a successful career, established solid friendships, and had plenty of women, sex, and fun. No complications, no entanglements, no regrets--until Gwen. Gwen Jamison has been attracted to her close friend Taylor for years but has kept her feelings masked as friendship. Left behind by her mother at age nine, then by her first love eight years later, she's vowed never to trust her heart to anyone again. When a near death experience opens a door to the past, will they be brought closer together or torn apart forever? An Embracing the Dawn Romance
📒Embracing The Witch And The Goddess ✍ Kathryn Rountree
✏Embracing the Witch and the Goddess Book Summary : Embracing the Witch and the Goddess is a detailed survey of present-day feminist witches in New Zealand. It examines the attraction of witchcraft for its practitioners, and explores witches' rituals, views and beliefs about how magic works. The book provides a detailed portrait of an undocumented section of the growing neo-pagan movement, and compares the special character of New Zealand witchcraft with its counterparts in the United States, Great Britain, and Australia. Kathryn Rountree traces the emergence and history of feminist witchcraft, and links witchcraft with the contemporary Goddess movement. She reviews scholarly approaches on the study of witchcraft and deals with the key debates which have engaged the movement's adherents and their critics, and ultimately presents what Mary Daly declared was missing from most historical and anthropological research on witchcraft: a 'Hag-identified vision'. Based on fieldwork amongst witch practitioners, Embracing the Witch and the Goddess is an important contribution to the emerging profile of present-day witchcraft and paganism.
📒Embracing The Darkness Understanding Dark Subcultures A Decade Of Darkness ✍ Corvis Nocturnum
✏Embracing the Darkness Understanding Dark Subcultures A Decade of Darkness Book Summary : Author E.R. Vernor, best known as Corvis Nocturnum brings you the ten year anniversary expanded edition of his original expose. The writer reflects on what has changed and stayed the same, with even more insights, interviews and photos never seen before. The author brings you an unprecedented collection of Satanists, vampires, modern primitives, dark pagans, and Gothic artists, all speaking to you in their own words. These are people who have taken something most others find frightening or destructive, and woven it into amazing acts of creativity and spiritual vision. Corvis himself is a dark artist and visionary, and so it is with the eye of a kindred spirit that he has sought these people out to share their stories with you.
✏Miscellaneous Questions with Answers Embracing Science Literature Arts C Book Summary :
📒A Natural Philosophy Embracing The Most Recent Discoveries In The Various Branches Of Physics ✍ George Payn Quackenbos
✏A natural philosophy embracing the most recent discoveries in the various branches of physics Book Summary :
✏Plant Lore Legends and Lyrics Embracing the Myths Traditions Superstitions and Folk Lore of the Plant Kingdom Book Summary : THE analogy existing between the vegetable and animal worlds, and the resemblances between human and tree life, have been observed by man from the most remote periods of which we have any records. Primitive man, watching the marvellous changes in trees and plants, which accurately marked not only the seasons of the year, but even the periods of time in a day, could not fail to be struck with a feeling of awe at the mysterious invisible power which silently guided such wondrous and incomprehensible operations. Hence it is not astonishing that the early inhabitants of the earth should have invested with supernatural attributes the tree, which in the gloom and chill of Winter stood gaunt, bare, and sterile, but in the early Spring hastened to greet the welcome warmth-giving Sun by investing itself with a brilliant canopy of verdure, and in the scorching heat of Summer afforded a refreshing shade beneath its leafy boughs. So we find these men of old, who had learnt to reverence the mysteries of vegetation, forming conceptions of vast cosmogonic world- or cloud-trees overshadowing the universe; mystically typifying creation and regeneration, and yielding the divine ambrosia or food of immortality, the refreshing and life-inspiring rain, and the mystic fruit which imparted knowledge and wisdom to those who partook of it. So, again, we find these nebulous overspreading world-trees connected with the mysteries of death, and giving shelter to the souls of the departed in the solemn shade of their dense foliage. Looking upon vegetation as symbolical of life and generation, man, in course of time, connected the origin of his species with these shadowy cloud-trees, and hence arose the belief that humankind first sprang from Ash and Oak-trees, or derived their being from Holda, the cloud-goddess who combined in her person the form of a lovely woman and the trunk of a mighty tree. In after years trees were almost universally regarded either as sentient beings or as constituting the abiding places of spirits whose existence was bound up in the lives of the trees they inhabited. Hence arose the conceptions of Hamadryads, Dryads, Sylvans, Tree-nymphs, Elves, Fairies, and other beneficent spirits who peopled forests and dwelt in individual trees—not only in the Old World, but in the dense woods of North America, where the Mik-amwes, like Puck, has from time immemorial frolicked by moonlight in the forest openings. Hence, also, sprang up the morbid notion of trees being haunted by demons, mischievous imps, ghosts, nats, and evil spirits, whom it was deemed by the ignorant and superstitious necessary to propitiate by sacrifices, offerings, and mysterious rites and dances. Remnants of this superstitious tree-worship are still extant in some European countries. The Irminsul of the Germans and the Central Oak of the Druids were of the same family as the Asherah of the Semitic nations. In England, this primeval superstition has its descendants in the village maypole bedizened with ribbons and flowers, and the Jack-in-the-Green with its attendant devotees and whirling dancers. The modern Christmas-tree, too, although but slightly known in Germany at the beginning of the present century, is evidently a remnant of the pagan tree-worship; and it is somewhat remarkable that a similar tree is common among the Burmese, who call it the Padaytha-bin. This Turanian Christmas-tree is made by the inhabitants of towns, who deck its Bamboo twigs with all sorts of presents, and pile its roots with blankets, cloth, earthenware, and other useful articles.
✏The dramatic poetical works of William Shakspeare illustr embracing a life of the poet and notes Book Summary :
✏Author : George Payn Quackenbos
✏Release Date : 1866
✏Pages : 450
✏ISBN : IBSC:SC400026094
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏A Natural Philosophy Embracing the Most Recent Discoveries in the Various Branches of Physics and Exhibiting the Application of Scientific Principles in Every day Life Book Summary :
✏A Manual of Spherical and Practical Astronomy Embracing the General Problems of Spherical Astronomy Book Summary :