A Witch Alone: Thirteen Moons to Master Natural Magic

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Thorsons, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 208 pages

This book carries on the tradition of the solo village witch emphasizing white rather than black magic. It is a practical manual of instruction for those who choose the solo path of study and particularly stresses the importance of being in tune with nature. As there are approximately 13 moons each year - the book is divided into 13 parts. Each section is aimed at lasting from the new moon to the dark to make the student fully aware of the changing power in the tides of the sea and the tides of the self. The moon-long sections deal with a variety of taditional arts, skills and mental exercises which enables the aspiring witch to discover the inner world of magic inside him/herself.

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User Review  - woosang - LibraryThing

Whilst interesting in many parts, the author, based in the UK spends a lot of her excercises with ancient UK places/churches. Not al together practical in Australia. The author is opinionated and she ... Read full review

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User Review  - Eileen Dalla - Goodreads

Excellent read for the new solitary Witch. A book all Witches should add to their library. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Marian Green is a leading authority on Natural Magic. She is the author of the bestselling Witch Alone, and is the editor of Quest magazine. She runs courses and workshops on Ceremonial and Natural Magic throughout the UK and Europe.

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