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eBook - Herbal Magick: A Witchâs Guide to Herbal Folklore and Enchantments by Gerina Dunwich

eBook - Herbal Magick: A Witch’s Guide to Herbal Folklore and Enchantments by Gerina Dunwich

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Easy-to-follow spells for many purposes

This book everything you need to know about the Pagan lore of plants and how to practice powerful magic using roots, flowers, leaves, and bark.

Herbal Magick: A Witch’s Guide to Herbal
Folklore and Enchantments

Gerina Dunwich

eBook Format: Adobe PDF
Platform: Windows and Macintosh

Table of Contents

Pagan Herb Lore page 17
Herbal Superstitions A to Z page 35
Herbal Divination page 49
Tasseography page 61
Healing by Root Flower page 69
Herbs of the Ancient Sorcerers page 79
Hoodoo Herbs page 85
Gypsy Herb Magick page 91
Herbal Correspondences page 139
Where to Buy Magickal Herbs page 187
Gods and Goddesses page 195
A Calendar of Magickal Herb Lore page 213
Elemental Magick page 227
Bibliography page 229
Index page 233
About the Author page 239
Magick in Bloom page 99
A Garden of Dreams page 115

Learn the well-guarded secrets of herbal enchantments from centuries past, how they touch on many of the intriguing folkloric beliefs connected to herbs, and how they provide a satisfying helping of easy-to-follow spells for many purposes.

Throughout history and throughout the world, herbs have played a major role in magic, religion, superstition, and divination, as well as in the development of humankind.

Witches and Pagan folk the world over have held a special relationship with herbs since the days of antiquity. Developing various methods to harness the magical energies contained within flowers, leaves, roots, and bark, they have used them as tools for healing, divination, spell crafting, and connecting with Deity.

Within this book you will discover the magical history of herbs and learn how different Pagan traditions have employed certain plants in their magical workings and religious rites. Without question, some of the spells contained herein might be viewed as falling within the parameters of what is popularly referred to as “gray,” or possibly even “black” magic.

However, it is important to remember that the majority of these spells were either borrowed from, or inspired by, a number of centuries-old magical traditions unrelated to the relatively modern religious movement known as Wicca.

Chapter 1 - Pagan Herb Lore
Chapter 2 - Herbal Superstitions A to Z
Chapter 3 - Herbal Divination
Chapter 4 - Tasseography
Chapter 5 - Healing by Root and Flower
Chapter 6 - Herbs of the Ancient Sorcerers
Chapter 7 - Hoodoo Herbs
Chapter 8 - Gypsy Herb Magick
Chapter 9 - Magick in Bloom
Chapter 10 - A Garden of Dreams
Chapter 11 - Herbal Correspondences
Chapter 12 - Where to Buy Magickal Herbs
Chapter 13 - Gods and Goddesses

A Calendar of Magickal Herb Lore


About the Author:

Gerina Dunwich (whose first name is pronounced “Jereena”) (b. December 27, 1959, Illinois, United States) is a professional astrologer, occult historian, and New Age author, best known for her books on Wicca and various occult subjects. She is also involved in paranormal research and is the founder of the Paranormal Animal Research Group, which investigates cases of alleged hauntings by animal spirits.

Her first newspaper article (co-written with her cousin, Barbara Williams) was published in October 1976. It was an interview with singer/songwriter Jim Peterik from the local Chicago band, the Ides of March (and later, Survivor). By the spring of 1980 Dunwich was publishing a small press literary journal called Golden Isis, a one-woman operation that specialized in Goddess-inspired poetry and off-beat fiction.

Gerina is also a practicing Witch, an ordained minister (Universal Life Church), and a respected spokesperson for the Pagan community. She considers herself to be a lifelong student of the occult arts and is the author of numerous books on the spellcasting arts and the earth-oriented religion of Wicca.
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