Wild Witchcraft is a magical, free-spirited philosophy that embraces nature. It resonates with those who yearn to express their inherent spirituality in a joyous, meaningful manner; who sense their wild heart and soul nature; who know there is beauty, magic, and meaning in the world if only we want to find it. It is a magical path for those with poetry in their souls.
Evocative and compelling, Craft of the Wild Witch reveals how to practice a form of Witchcraft that is both wild and free. Within these pages you will discover the wild Witch's way of seeing and knowing, how to discern one's suitability for the wild Witch's path, and the fundamental themes of green spirituality. Also covered in this guidebook:
- Rituals, chants, pathworkings, and seasonal prayers
- Tree meditations, spell-weaving, and trance work
- The Fey and other-worldly companions
- Herbs as helpers
- Other-life memories
- Sacred intent and safe practice
336 pages | 8 x 9 x 1 IN
About The Author
Poppy Palin is a qualified and experienced artist and teacher who uses her trained illustrative skills to enhance her own work and that of others. She has written and illustrated four non-fiction books on her life as a natural psychic, all of which are published by Capall Bann. She combines magical fiction and enchanting artwork in the Wild Spirit Tarot (Llewellyn 2002) and in her "Wild Spirit Trilogy" of novels which begins with The Greening. She is the author of The Craft of the Wild Witch (2004).
She recently illustrated The Hedge Witch's Way written by English author Rae Beth and will be working with her on The Hedge Witch's Oracle in 2002. Poppy's artwork regularly appears in magazines in the 'mind, body and spirit' category.
Poppy is also an experienced tattoo artist who specializes in one-off pieces to commemorate rites of passage. She currently lives in Glastonbury, England.