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Carlton Books, Limited, 2001 - House & Home - 224 pages
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If you feel elated by the celebrations of the Sabbats & hunger for that feeling during the long weeks between Sabbats, Wheel of the Year can help you put the joy & fulfillment of magic into your everyday life. This book shows you how to celebrate the lesser changes in Nature. The wealth of seasonal rituals & charms are all easily performed with materials readily available & are simple & concise enough that the practitioner can easily adapt them to work within the framework of his or her own Pagan tradition.Learn to perform fire magic in November, the secret Pagan symbolism of Christmas tree ornaments, the best time to visit a fairy forest or sacred spring & what to do when you get there. Learn the charms & rituals & the making of magical tools that coincide with the nesting season of migratory birds. Whether you are a newcomer to the Craft or have found your way back many years ago, Wheel of the Year will be an invaluable reference book in your practical magic library. It is filled with magic & ritual for everyday life & will enhance any system of Pagan Ritual.

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About the author (2001)

Lorrie Mack is the author of a number of books, including "Setting Up Home", & "Living in a Small Spaces", which has sold over 250,000 copies worldwide.

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