Animal Spirit: Spells, Sorcery, and Symbols from the Wild

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Career Press, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 221 pages
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Written by a well-known author of metaphysical books and a wildlife biologist, this is one of the most definitive books dealing with nature's influence on and in modern magick.
 

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A nice little book with some interesting information. I think my only real complaint about the book is that it seems to generalize a lot of what paganism before the modern era believed and did so ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
What Is Animal Magick?
13
The Scientific Dimension Behavior Environment and Habitat
29
Birds Eye View Animal Omens Signs and Divinations
51
Fur Feather and Fin Spells and Charms
75
The Circle of Life Animals in Ritual
95
Zodiac and Beyond Astrological and Celestial Animals
109
Feng Shui Bestiary
127
In Closing
161
Parts is Parts Wildlife Laws and Preservation Issues
163
Totemic Associations
175
Scientific Groupings Classes and Subclasses
203
Select Bibliography
213
Index
215
About the Authors
221
Copyright

Totems Guides Familiars and Teachers
143

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About the author (2002)

Patricia Telesco is the author of over 30 metaphysical books, including S"pinning Spells, Weaving Wonders, Wishing Well," and "Goddess in My Pocket," She lectures and holds workshops around the country. She lives in western upstate New York with her husband and three children.

Hall is a wildlife biologist who has been an active member of the East Coast Pagan community for nearly a decade.

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