A Wiccan Formulary and Herbal

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Career Press, Dec 1, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 340 pages
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If you were asked to define the word "witch," you might say that Witches are magick workers. If you were asked to define the word "Wicca," you might say that Wicca is a deep and meaningful religion shared by thousands upon thousands of people. But what would you call the combination of magick and religion? Can working magick be deep and meaningful? Can a religion work magick? Are these words the separate things they are often thought to be? This book screams the answer and that answer is not just yes but "Hell Yes!"


A Wiccan Formulary and Herbal is study material for the first degree in a system of elevation described in A.J.'s last work, A Wiccan Bible.


Included are:


  • Home remedies and herbal cures.
  • Recipes for incense, oils, and other brews.
  • Using tools of the trade.
  • A complete formulary.
  • A complete herbal reference.


With a comprehensive reference section, recipes, and instruction A Wiccan Formulary and Herbal is not only a companion to A Wiccan Bible, but also a stand-alone reference that you will use and recommend with confidence.

 

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Contents

Allergy and Food Sensitivities
11
Introduction
15
Wicca and the Green World
19
Traditional Tools of the Trade
27
Homegrown Magick
39
Procedure and Terminology
51
Herbal Remedies and Recipes
67
Kitchen Witchery
79
Making Magick
95
A Magickal Formulary
113
Plants and Their Lore
147
Final Words
331
Endnotes
333
Bibliography
335
Index
337
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About the author (2004)

A.J. Drew is the author of A Wiccan Bible, Wicca for Men, Wiccan Spellcraft for Men, and Wicca for Couples. He is perhaps best known as the Host of The Real Witches Ball and the founder of Pagan Nation, a Pagan community serving thousands at www.PaganNation.com.

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