Description - The Wheel of the Wiccan Year by Gail Duff
Thousands more people today are discovering how the nature-based beliefs of Wicca can help them to connect with the natural world and with a sense of their spiritual heritage. The eight Wiccan festivals mark the turning of the seasons. In The Wheel of the Wiccan Year, experienced Wiccan Gail Duff describes--The core beliefs of Wicca and the significance of the festivals--The eight festivals - what they mark; how they relate to traditional spiritual beliefs and to our lives today--How to celebrate the festivals through rituals, affirmations, meditations, activities and decorations, spells, songs and chants--How to create oils, candles, incense, food and wine for the celebrations--Rituals for the lone practitioner as well as for groupsThe Wheel of the Wiccan Year is the perfect reference book for the growing pagan market and for anyone who simply wishes to enrich their life by re-aligning it with the natural cycle of the year.
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(216mm x 135mm x 17mm)
Rider & Co
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
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Author Biography - Gail Duff
Gail Duff has been a writer, broadcaster, speech therapist, singer, song-writer, dancer, folk animateur and community arts worker. For as long as she can remember, the seasons and traditions of the year have been an important focus of her life. She feels that she was born a Pagan and has been a practising Wiccan for over eight years. She has successfully resurrected some of the folk traditions of south-east England and regularly takes part in many more.