The Witch's Yearbook: Spells, Stones, Tools and Rituals for a Year of Modern Magic (Paperback)
A year-long magical adventure with everything the modern witch needs to develop their witchy practice.
Have you ever looked at a full moon on a clear winter night and shivered? Have you walked in an ancient forest or sat in a stone circle and felt a deep sense of peace and belonging? Do you wonder if there is more to life than the grind of the everyday? Do you believe in magic?
If the answers to any of these are yes, then you need witchcraft in your life. No longer tainted by notions of sorcery, hexes and cobwebs, witchcraft has been rediscovered by those of us yearning for re-enchantment.
This book will guide you through a year of magic. Based on the cycles of nature and guided by the seasons, it will give you the tools and knowhow to unveil the magic that surrounds us. By celebrating the eight sabbats of the Wheel of the Year, you will work with nature to activate your hidden power and trigger miraculous happenings. Witchcraft can attract love, give your career a boost, protect your home and help with healing. It will enrich your life.
Packed with information and inspiration, this book boosts well-being, self-worth and happiness by tapping into the healing power of nature, the cycle of the seasons, the pull of the moon, the wisdom of ancient trees and forgotten paths, and the spiritual rewards of creativity. It includes:
- Seasonal spells, remedies, rituals and affirmations that use the power of plants, herbs and stones to offer guidance and healing.
- Features including crystal gazing, dowsing, reading the Tarot, the magic of stone circles and folklore traditions, to increase knowledge and inspire curiosity.
- Creative projects with a witchy purpose that can be used in rituals and spells.
About the Author
Clare Gogerty lives on a smallholding in Herefordshire which she intends to open as a spiritual retreat. A member of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids, she has been interested in magic, druidry and folklore since childhood. A former magazine editor, for numerous titles including The Simple Things magazine, she is now a freelance journalist and author, writing about spirituality, travel, homes and gardens for various magazines and newspapers. She is is author of Beyond the Footpath (Piatkus, 2019), and Sacred Places (Aster, 2020).