A Goddess For All Seasons

Author: Sarah Turner
Publisher: Intertype
ISBN: 0995400326
Size: 19.81 MB
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This book was born from my pain, it is the book I needed to begin to heal my traumatised soul. It is primarily a guided journal that will help you gently begin reconnecting with your authentic self. When we suffer trauma, we can lose our connection to everything, we begin to believe the illusion of separateness. This book contains beautiful images, teachings, tips, tools, affirmations and questions that will gently start to uncover what sub conscious filters limit you. This book is designed to become your personalised writing journal. The story it tells will be uniquely yours. I wish you much love, strength and joy remembering how to deeply love your magical essence.

All Hallows Eve Autumn Fall Romance Four Seasons Set Book 4

Author: Stella Wilkinson
Publisher:
ISBN: B015WPZDYA
Size: 23.80 MB
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It's Halloween and Eve is stuck babysitting her little sister's sleepover. When she tries to prevent the girls from performing a magical ceremony, the last thing she expects is to find herself trapped in the Underworld. Not only that, but she is apparently there as a date for The Lord of the Dead. The fact that he's hotter than Hades makes no difference to Eve - she knows she must resist his dark charms or she'll never make it back to school on Monday morning.

Filled with Halloween folklore, this short story is a modern take on the Hades and Persephone Myth

The Seasonal Romance Set is a story for every season by Stella Wilkinson. Books are all stand alone rather than a series and can be read in any order. Suitable for age 12+
Winter: A Christmas Gift
Spring: The Fake Valentine
Summer: A Summer Thing
Autumn / Fall: All Hallows Eve

Paperback version available as part of the Four Seasons of Romance Box Set

Witch In The Kitchen Magical Cooking For All Seasons

Author: Cait Johnson
Publisher: Destiny Books
ISBN: 0892819804
Size: 76.13 MB
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A book of recipes, spells, and rituals for celebrating our connection to the Earth and her seasons.

• Redesigned to focus on all eight pagan holidays.

• Includes new spells, rituals, and meditations, as well as 80 vegetarian recipes.

• Written by practicing witch Cait Johnson, coauthor of Celebrating the Great Mother (12,000 copies sold).

The beliefs of Wicca are rooted firmly in the earth--in the gradual circling of her seasons and the bounty and blessings she provides. In Witch in the Kitchen: Magical Cooking for All Seasons, practicing witch Cait Johnson celebrates the sacred in each season with more than 80 soul-satisfying and appetizing recipes. In engaging and inviting prose, the author provides rituals, spells, and meditations for the eight pagan holidays, inspirations for creating a kitchen altar, and ways to prepare for each season. She offers ideas for decorating your kitchen with objects of power and magic--eggs symbolizing fertility in spring, dried orange slices as reminders of the sun in mid-winter--to align our bodies, spirits, and senses to the pace and mood of the Earth's changes. Above all are the recipes for delicious, sensuous salads, soups, main dishes, and desserts made from ingredients in tune with the Earth's seasonal gifts. Serve Stuffed Acorn Squash and Fig-Apple Crumble at a Samhain gathering; celebrate Winter Solstice with Pomander Salad and Savory Yuletide Pie; welcome Imbolc with Sprouted Spring Salad and Magic Isle Pasties; or share the harvest at Lughnasad with Spicy Stir-Fried Greens and Sunny Peach Pie. With its recipes, rituals, and reminders of our ancient connections to the seasons, Witch in the Kitchen invites you to honor yourself and the Earth and delight in the magic that comes from sharing good food with good company.

Saveur Magazine 185 October November 2016 The Origins Issue

Author: Various
Publisher:
ISBN: B01LGBGEHY
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Saveur #185 October/November 2016 Issue - The Origins Issue - where wine was born, how soy sauce conquered the world, who invented the reuben and other mysteries of the food world revealed; The islands where cod is king; Sweet and crunchy - honeycomb & hazelnut scones; A bird for all seasons: perfect pan-roasted chicken seared & sauced

Celtic Wheel Of The Year

Author: Christine Irving
Publisher: Aurichs Press
ISBN: B002G9UQU2
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The Celtic Wheel of the Year is a yearly round of celebrations based upon the cycle of the sun as seen in the northern hemisphere. It includes the summer and winter solstices, the spring and fall equinoxes and the four cross-quarter days which fall-half way in between them. Although not unique to the Celtic tradition, these ancient celebrations are best known in the western world through remnants of the Celtic culture (i.e. artifacts, stories, songs, inscriptions, extant practices, historical records, and archaeological evidence).

The Twentieth Century revival of paganism has brought together these existing tidbits of information into a basic body of knowledge from which new traditions and ceremonies are being created. At the same time, much information about non-western traditions has also become widely available. Seen side by side there are countless parallels and concurrences. It isn’t surprising that people would begin to incorporate elements from other cultures and eras into the creation of new rituals and traditions.

Few if any 1st Century CE Celts would recognize the words and practices of even the ‘purist’ practitioners of the Old Religion. Nevertheless, these ceremonies grow out of the changing of the seasons. They acknowledge seasonal differences in light, weather and temperature that are the same today as they were millennia ago. The moods and feelings associated with the yearly cycle of the sun are as familiar to our bodies as they were to the Picts or Brigantes. While they might not recognize the words or actions of our rites, they would certainly understand why we performed them.

This book grew out of my participation in a study group envisioned and conducted by Sharyn McDonald. Sixteen times a year she called together a group of twenty men and women to study and celebrate the ancient holy days. On study days we gathered to compare and discuss the research we had done on the upcoming holiday. Taking the elements which most resonated and appealed to us, we devised a ritual to celebrate the season. On the holy days we performed the rituals we created.

The rituals are based on a particular format which involves the casting of a circle, the honoring of the directions, the invocation of deities, experiential work which grounds the rite in personal experience and a celebration which reenacts, in some form, a creation myth.

Although I had been present at and had helped to create rituals in other contexts, Sharyn’s group tied me to the great cycle of seasons in a way I had never before experienced. Gradually I began to see the eight days of the Wheel as a metaphor for my life. As I grew more conscious of how deeply I resonated, body and soul, with these celebrations, I came to see that I had it backwards. It is my life that is the metaphor for the Wheel.

The book is divided into eight sections: Samhain (pronounced sow-un), Yule (winter solstice), Imbolc, Ostara (spring equinox), Beltane, Mid-summer (summer solstice), Lughnasadh, and Mabon (fall equinox). I use art and poetry to convey a feeling of their meaning and tell some of the old stories associated with them.

I included the recipes for a feast with every ritual because it is usual to end these celebrations with a sharing of food. Food and hospitality were terribly important to the Celts. It is a part of my own Celtic heritage which has survived intact

Finally there are the essays which tie some of the events of my life to the Wheel. The Goddess Brigit inspired this book. She is a goddess of poetry and healing. Re-examining my life caused me to recall things I had forgotten or pushed aside. I began to re-member; to bring back and put into place those misplaced parts of myself. I feel that my own interior landscape now forms a more complete circle, a less wobbly wheel.


Blessed Be

Christine Irving
Nevada City, California


Encyclopedia Mythologica Gods And Heroes Pop Up

Author: Matthew Reinhart
Publisher: Candlewick
ISBN: 076363171X
Size: 80.99 MB
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The creators of the New York Times best-selling Encyclopedia Prehistorica series offer a mythic look at the mysteries of the past with an entire pantheon of remarkable pop-ups.

For all of recorded history, humans have sought to understand Earth’s mysteries in the realm of the divine — and aspired to conduct themselves as heroes. Only gods, of course, could push the sun across the sky,forge entire continents, and impel mountains to touch the clouds. In this stunning volume, the incomparable team of Matthew Reinhart and Robert Sabuda take us to Ra-Atum’s land in Ancient Egypt; above the Grecian clouds to Zeus’s Mount Olympus; up to Norse god Odin’s frozen north; to the Far East, where the Jade Emperor sits in the heavens; into the wilds of Oceania, where Pele’s volcanic rage simmers below the earth; and to many more lands and times, all rich with sacred myths and legends.

Creamfly Mens An American Werewolf In London Logo Long Sleeve Raglan Baseball Tshirt M

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Publisher: Creamfly
ISBN: B01M28RH9D
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With The Impressive Quality That Creamfly Always Provides, This Is A Shirt That Any Team Can Proudly Wear. Perfect For Cool Autumn Days Or Spring Games. Solid Stitched Shirts With Round Neck Made For Durability And A Great Fit For Casual Fashion Wear And Diehard Baseball Fans. Features A Lightweight, Breathable And Comfortable Design With Raglan Style Sleeve Shoulders. Designed To Fit US Sizes And Is A Great Choice For Baseball Teams And Practice.

Feasts Of Light

Author: Normandi Ellis
Publisher: Quest Books
ISBN: 9780835607445
Size: 54.97 MB
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Provides information on the Egyptian goddesses and their festivals, including Isis and Hathor, Neith the cobra, and Bast the cat, and includes information on astrology, sacred plants, aromatics, and birth and mourning rituals

Circle Round

Author: Starhawk
Publisher: Bantam Dell Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780553100167
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Marking new and full moons. Saying grace and evening prayers. Losing the first tooth. All these are part of Goddess celebration--and this lovingly written book shows the way to share the celebration with children.

The Girls Book Of Glamour

Author: Sally Jeffrie
Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books
ISBN: 1780550057
Size: 63.20 MB
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The tips and tricks in this book will help girls reveal the goddess inside - including: how to host a spa-style party; how to work out your face-shape; how to make your own signature perfume; how to stop biting your nails; how to pretend ...

The Goddesses

Author: Swan Huntley
Publisher: Doubleday
ISBN: 0385542224
Size: 45.98 MB
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A mesmerizing story of friendship and manipulation set against the idyllic tropical world of the Big Island, The Goddesses is a stunning psychological novel by one of our most exciting young writers.

Sanctifying Misandry

Author: Katherine K. Young
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773576835
Size: 29.70 MB
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In Sanctifying Misandry, Katherine Young and Paul Nathanson challenge an influential version of modern goddess religion, one that undermines sexual equality and promotes hatred in the form of misandry - the sexist counterpart of misogyny.

Aphrodite The Fair

Author: Joan Holub
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1442488271
Size: 25.61 MB
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During Ares' birthday, Aphrodite is intent on making sure he has a good time, but that requires her to keep an eye on his sister Eris, who is planning mischief.

The White Goddess

Author: Robert Graves
Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 0571265510
Size: 70.94 MB
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The text of the book incorporates all Graves's final revisions, as well as his replies totwo of the original reviewers, and a long essay in which he describes the months of inspiration in which The White Goddess was written.

Goddess Book Of Days

Author: Diane Stein
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780895945518
Size: 37.40 MB
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The Goddess Book of Days is a perpetual calendar, datebook and planner of Goddess dates, holidays, festivals and holy days presented in a beautiful modern format. The book can be used for any year--and every year.