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Green Magic: The Sacred Connection to Nature…

Green Magic: The Sacred Connection to Nature

by Ann Moura

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First let me say I give three stars to this book only because it was hard for me to stay interested in it. However, the information I could glean from it was good advice and actually brought me closer to natural magick. However, Ann Moura's writing is a little dry and boring for my tastes. While I respect her for writing this book and for making the information available to curious people I would not read this book again if given the choice. ( )
  willowsilvhorse | Feb 25, 2010 |
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Green magic is the foundation of modern witchcraft, according to author Ann Moura, a descendent of a long line of maternal witches. It comes from the ancient pagans, who relied on the natural world--using herbs, faeries, wind, rain, and fire--to create spells, potions, and healing teas. "The Green Witch is a Natural Witch, a Hereditary Witch, a Kitchen Witch, a Cottage Witch, a Hedge Witch ... and generally a Solitary Witch," she explains, hoping to demystify this sacred, yet highly accessible craft. In her previous books (among them Green Witchcraft and Green Witchcraft III) Moura offers manuals devoted to mastering specific spells, such as alter-making and potions. In Green Magic she takes a more philosophical approach, delving into the psychology, ethics, and traditions of this earth-based craft. For instance, she offers a section on "transference magic," which warns practitioners to keep close tabs on the unconscious mind so as not to subconsciously transfer negative energy to other people when trying to cast goodwill spells. Those who need basic instruction will find some practical advice here, such as the use of "ritual jewelry" and making magical herbal teas, but mostly this stands out as the deeper discussion that advanced witches yearn for once they pass Green Witchcraft 101. --Gail Hudson

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