Faeriecraft

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Hay House, Inc, 2005 - Fairies - 320 pages
The faerie seeker is invited to follow the sparkling pathway to Elf Land through the pages of Faeriecraft. The aim of this book is to reverse a trend that the magical and spiritual pathway of Faeriecraft has traditionally been kept a mysterious and elusive secret. The authors passionately believe that the faeries are for everyone who seeks them. This inspirational version of Faeriecraft is shaped from the authors own experiences and concepts, which have been impressed upon her by the faeries themselves. Faeriecraft takes the fey seeker on a step-by-step guide on how to practice this craft, which is the creative melding of the faerie faith and natural witchcraft. Once faerie seekers have followed the exercises and insights throughout this book, they can emerge inspired to work with the faeries and have the knowledge and confidence to call themselves a faerie priest or priestess.
 

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Contents

Chapter Two Gossamer Wings and Honey Glue
25
Chapter Four A Goblin Up the Chimney
53
Chapter Five The Kiss of the Faerie Queen
81
Chapter Six The Throne of the Faerie King
103
Chapter Seven Away with the Faeries
129
Chapter Eight The Faerie Temptress
175
Chapter Nine Wave Your Wand and Part the Cloud
199
Chapter Ten The Faerie Ring
223
Chapter Eleven Under the Faerie Tree
271
A Glossary of Faerie Terms
296
Resources
310
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