The Modern Witchcraft Book of Natural Magick: Your Guide to Crafting Charms, Rituals, and Spells from the Natural World (Hardcover)
The magic of witchcraft never dies. Harness the power of nature-based magick, including herbal charms and remedies, cleansing rituals, crystal healing, astrology, and more with this new guide in the popular Modern Witchcraft series—perfect for millennials.
Modern-day interest in witchcraft and wicca isn’t surprising—who wouldn’t want to focus their energy into rituals of change and healing in today’s troubled and chaotic times? Right now, many of the most popular types of magick are nature-based.
This fun and practical book includes methods to help you connect with the Earth mother and your own natural self. Each chapter focuses on a different type of nature magick, from seed magick to the magick of the sun, of water, of the moon, and more—and every topic includes its own accompanying spells, charms, rituals, and meditations.
The Modern Witchcraft Book of Natural Magick is your complete guide to everything you’ll need to know about nature-based magick to fully embrace your spiritual and natural self.
About the Author
Judy Ann Nock received a Master of Science degree in TESOL at CUNY City College in May 2019 and has a double bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing and Theatre from The Florida State University. Excerpts from her books have appeared in Publishers Weekly, Yahoo.com, Bust Magazine, Luna Luna Magazine, HelloGiggles, Bustle, among others. Judy Ann Nock has appeared in feature articles on Refinery29 and in the Village Voice. She also performs regularly with the critically acclaimed Hoboken cave punk supergroup known as psych-O-positive. Radio stations such as WFMU and Strong Island Radio have dedicated airplay to her music and books. She lives with her daughter in New York City.
"Readers will be inspired to draw on the powers found in nature when doing magick, thanks to the variety of meditations, rituals, spells and charms. This book can help deepen a connection to natural magick and offer inspiration beyond the basics. It would make a useful addition the collection of an intermediate practitioner."
— Pagan Pages