A Witch Alone: The Essential Guide for the Solo Practitioner of the Magical Arts by Marian Green
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A Witch Alone Back Cover:
The Ultimate Guide for the Solo Witch
Many witches do not belong to covens but follow a different solo branch of our magical heritage. The path of the storybook wizard, the wise woman, the hermit, the folk healer, the druid, or the shaman. Working alone, they connect deeply with nature, talk to the trees, follow the patterns of the sun and moon, and feel the changing energies of the year’s turning cycle.
Anyone can learn something of their magical powers. The ancient arts and spells are there to be rediscovered, given practice, common sense, and a longing to know. You can heal yourself, gain peace from stress, and find ways of coping with the turmoil’s of modern life. You can also do good for others, learn to heal with herbs, see into the future, and recover the treasures of wisdom from the past.
A Witch Alone shows you wear to start.
A Witch Alone by Marian Green table of contents:
A New Moon and a New Dream
Meetings the Goddesses and Gods of the Witches
The Sacred Cycles
A Circle Between the Worlds
The Journey to the Otherworld
Seeking Out Pagan Traces
Considering the Healing Arts
The Old Crafts of Divination and Dowsing
Moon Magic and Solar Cycles
Recovering the Ancient Wisdom
Dedication to the Old Ways
Completing the Circle
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