Wicca Moon Magic

  • by Lisa Chamberlain
  • Narrated by Kris Keppeler
  • 2 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

For millennia, the moon has been associated with many central concerns of human existence: love, passion, fertility, mystery, death and rebirth, and the divine feminine. For Wiccans and other pagan practitioners, the moon is a vital presence with much to teach us about the eternal rhythms of the Universe, the powers of nature, and the magical potential we can tap into when we align our intentions with lunar energy.
This book is for anyone wanting to learn more about the connections between the moon and the practice of magic. Lisa Chamberlain takes an in-depth look at the lunar cycle, providing limitless possibilities for working with these multifaceted energies. The practical elements are accessible enough for beginners, yet those with more magical experience will still find plenty of new ideas, concepts, and tips to enhance their practice:

How the moon's energy influences the Earth, animals, and people
The core elements of the moon in Wiccan spiritual practice
How the Triple Goddess in each of her aspects - maiden, mother, and crone - aligns with the lunar cycle, and how each aspect can aid you with your magical goals
A detailed breakdown of magical properties of the lunar cycle, beginning with the new moon and moving through all nine phases of the moon's journey around the Earth
Working magic on blue moons and lunar eclipses
Spells for each phase of the lunar cycle, as well as magical recipes, techniques, and correspondences - all focused on making the most out of your connection to the moon's amazing power

So whether you follow a particular tradition of Wicca, witchcraft, or another pagan path, or an eclectic combination of all three - or even if you're simply just curious - you will find plenty of useful information within this book.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-12-2016
  • Publisher: Wicca Shorts