By Corinne Boyer
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Plants of the Devil examines the history and magic of herbs associated with Satan and his minions, delving into the folklore of ancient Europe and the British Isles. Examined in the book are the diabolical concept of the Wild Adversary and the Devil's Gar..
I haven't read and issue of Resist in years and was very pleased when I got this in the mail. Cracking open an issue of Resist is like cracking open a beer and having a chat with a friend around a backyard fire pit. Matt always shares is experiences and knowledge about gardening, bikes, and all ..
The southern Appalachians are rich in folk magic and witchery. This book explores the region's customs and traditions for magical healing, luck, prosperity, and more. Author Byron Ballard--known as the village witch of Asheville, North Carolina--teaches you about the old ways and why they work, ..
The medicinal, spiritual, sacred and ceremonial properties of nearly 200 plants - when used as fermented beverages - are explored in this text. The author explains how fermentation and plant use as medicine and psychotropics have always been companions in life's path, and are part of the explora..
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In The Green Witch, you will learn the way of the green witch, from how to use herbs, plants, and flowers to make potions and oils for everyday healing as well as how crystals, gems, stones, and even twigs can help you find balance within. You'll discover how to find harmo..
"Harold Roth is a leading authority on plant/herbal magic. His new book, The Witching Herbs, is an in-depth exploration of 13 essential plants and herbs most closely associated with witchcraft...The plants are poppy, clary sage, yarrow, rue, hyssop, vervain, mugwort, wormwood, datura, wild toba..
The discipline of Occult Herbalism encompasses the knowledge and use of the magical, spiritual, and folkloric dimensions of plants. This perennial wisdom animates many global spiritual traditions, especially those which have maintained their integrity of transmission even in the face of industrial d..
Following Under the Witching Tree, this second book in a trilogy by folk herbalist Corinne Boyer explores the magical and medicinal applications of the plants of the wayside--those liminal places where the wild meets the and forgotten landscapes of humankind. This book presents a wealth of hands-on ..
Folk herbalist Corinne Boyer guides you into the realm of plant lore, folk magic, and healing. This first book in a three-part series focuses on rustic magical traditions surrounding trees from western and northern Europe and North America. Within these pages, you will discover a wealth of home-spun..
193 pages! This book has color photos, a glossary, a bibliography, and an index! Oh my!
In many esoteric traditions, there exists an iconic or linguistic corollary between the concepts of 'poisoner' and 'sorcerer', suggesting a sinistral magical kinship. Indeed, the use of plant, ..
Two books in one, this pocket-sized guide features an intriguing "double-fronted" format. The first side provides medicinal herbal information and recipes. The second side contains traditional magical uses for the same plants presented in the first. Wortcunning's effective and authenti..