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The Grandmother of Time: A Woman's Book of Celebrations, Spells, and… (1989)

by Zsuzsanna E. Budapest

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use amazon 'look inside' to get idea of which rituals go with which month...
  lulaa | May 1, 2017 |
To me, what this book teaches is real witchcraft, or at least it shows you what witchcraft /can/ be. ( )
  kat_adams | Oct 21, 2008 |
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What is remembered lives. I dedicate this work to the Goddess of Celebrations, Habondia; may she lead us back to her paradise.
On the human side, I dedicate this book to my beloved sons, 
Laszlo and Gabor; 

to my mother
Masika Szilagyi;
and to my generation, the numerous and powerful, possibly revolutionary Baby Boomers, the mothers and fathers of the twenty-first century.
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I left you a message today in the thick snow, just when you passed that ol leafless birch tree.
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From Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood by Merline Stone, (c) 1979, Beacon Press
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In The Grandmother of Time, Zsuzsanna Budapest teaches both beginners and experieced practioners how to intergrate wiccan spirtuality into their everyday lives. Here are new approaches to today's rituals, from birthdays and dedications of newborn babies to purifying our homes and protecting us in travel.
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In The Grandmother of Time, Zsuzsanna Budapest teaches both beginners and experieced practioners how to intergrate wiccan spirtuality into their everyday lives. Here are new approaches to today's rituals, from birthdays and dedications of newborn babies to purifying our homes and protecting us in travel.

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