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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great book, interesting read. Full of useful information. I would recommend it.Published 6 months ago by A reader, Bristol
Absolutely enthralling book packed to the brim with information. A must for country lovers and pagans alike. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very good, fluid read. Helpful & could be used as a day to day guidePublished 14 months ago by Betina Jackson
A small book, but, as usual from M. Draco, full of interesting and useful information. Reading it certainly makes you reflect upon mankind's relationship with the horse, and how it... Read morePublished 23 months ago by H E Read
For many of us the nearest we will get to the countryside is a local park or our own garden (if we are lucky). Read morePublished on 7 Jun. 2015 by Jan Malique
Traditional Witchcraft for Fields and Hedgerows like the other books in the series are an excellent guide to anyone who has an interest in embarking on the path themselves and what... Read morePublished on 25 May 2015 by Miss Angela Stasiak