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Traditional Witchcraft for Fields and Hedgerows by [Draco, Melusine]
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About the Author

Melusine Draco originally trained in the magical arts of traditional British Old Craft with Bob and Meriem Clay-Egerton. She has been a magical and spiritual instructor for over 20 years with Arcanum and the Temple of Khem, and writer of numerous popular books.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 771 KB
  • Print Length: 175 pages
  • Publisher: John Hunt Publishing; Reprint edition (16 Mar. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007JKEU7S
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews
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I loved Draco's Mean Streets Witchcraft (later published as Traditional Witchcraft for Urban Living), so I was very excited to order all the rest of the books in the Traditional Witchcraft series. This one arrived yesterday. It reminds me a lot of Fiona Walker-Craven's book 13 Moons: A Journal of a Natural, though the content is entirely different. They make a lovely complementary pair

Traditional Witchcraft for Fields and Hedgerows is organised into seventeen chapters, one chapter per moon plus three extra:

1 - Fields and Hedgerows
2 - Jan Dead Moon
3 - Feb Short Moon
4 - March Awakening Moon
5 - The Witch's Field
6 - April Grass Moon
7 - May Planting Moon
8 - Jun Flower Moon
9 - The Witch's Hedgerow
10 - Jul Lightning Moon
11 - Aug Harvest Moon
12 - Sep Hunters Moon
13 - The Witch's Wildlife
14 - Oct Falling Leaf Moon
15 - Nov Tree Moon
16 - Dec Long Night Moon
17 - Dec/Jan Ice Moon and the Sacred Space

You won't find any information here about circle casting, calling the quarters, the Lord and Lady or anything about gods or goddesses. The book is concerned entirely with how a witch would interact with the environment of fields and hedgerows through each moon of the year. Each chapter is packed with folklore, folk medicine, Celtic tree lore, recipes, traditional dates that occur (or used to occur) during each month, a recommendation in the most general terms for what you might consider for your 'circle work' that month. When Draco presents an old tradition, she gives a Then and Now, sights you would have seen in fields and hedgerows then, vs now. For example:

Jan-- Then: collecting dead boughs for the hearth fire. Now: Beyond the hedge, the winter wheat is springing up.
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The second book in the Traditional British Witchcraft shamanic pathways series is a passionately indulgent journey alongside another of our favourite totem power animals in all their glory , from the noble courageous war horse, the faithful dependable shire before the plough, the draught hauling the heavy load, the much loved little pony in the field.... right through to the beautiful and gracefull hunter and racer.... I've found within its brief but concise array of history and mythology which has linked the horse and the human since time immemorial, a wealth of new knowledge regarding the magical correspondences for all the varied working and sporting types. Even their cousins the donkeys, mules and asses are included in this wonderful mix of folklore , charms and curses.
As the narrative progresses , we quickly begin to recognise that along with her hounds , one of the major passions of the authors life seems to be her deeply held love of all things horse related, and at times ( having studied a good number of Melusine's books ) we can almost taste the bittersweet way she cares deeply for all animals..
Unfortunately man has been unequivocally capable of inflicting horrendous and often thoughtless suffering on the horse throughout the millenia , but Melusine has also helpfully provided a very appropriate curse to be worked by those of the witchcraft pathways or those familiar with the blacksmiths hammer, against any unknown hate filled individual who considers it amusement to inflict injury on any horse or its relatives....I know of one amateur blacksmith who is now searching urgently for a rusty old used horseshoe nail with the utmost of malevolent intent in his heart.
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Really enjoyedreading this book and went on to buy another book by the same author
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excellent thank you
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I have bought all the books of the author recently and was not disappointed with any of them.
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Interesting read.
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A must have for any wiccan/witches/magical practitioners book shelf, no matter where your morals lie in regards to the subject matter. This book is an essential education on an important facet of Craft.
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I bought Pagan Portals and at the moment I still haven't finished the book, it definitely seems interesting from glancing at some of the pages but I always get so wrapped up in other day to day things that I forget to read! This book was absolutely my kind of thing and I would recommend it to anyone into wiccan practices/ spell binding etc.
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