Irish Witchcraft from an Irish Witch: True to the Heart (PDF)
His book is NOT it The book is fantastic for Irish
pagan spirituality and I d recommend it for beginners but this spirituality and I d recommend it for beginners but this is not a witchcraft book There s a short section on Ireland s history with witchcraft and wise women which is good but there is no mention of how these historical witches actually practiced and what they did What items did they use What words did they speak What sort of things did they cast magic on Nothing I xpected was in here I was hoping for Irish charms blessings curses and the like Witchcraft and paganism are two separate things
BUT THE AUTHOR SEEMS TO HAVE MIXED THEM TOGETHER the author seems to have mixed them together s a pity the title is xtremely misleading. Ritual progression through a Witch's life magical training physical growth Providing alternatives to the traditional stages of a child's life in modern Irish cultureWhen it was released in 2004 this was the first traditionally published Pagan book ver written by an Irish author It was the book that this author had sought for over a decade previously The 2nd dition of this book continues to do now what it
did for so many on first publication it bridges the gap between for so many on first publication it bridges the gap between NeoPagan nonsense and authentic Irish Pagan Practice.
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Topic and is writing an ssay about itI honestly feel like if I wrote a strongly opinionated book on a specific topic as a naive 20 year old it sound a lot like this hahaThis really wasnt the professional book I thought it was going to be which was definitely dishearteningTLDR All in all the book is perfect for someone new or a This is the book I needed for the last 10 years Finally a book about real authentic native Irish spirituality Made so many things clearer and deepened by understanding A book whose substance I finally feel a deep rooted ancestral connection to If you re looking for a book with historical Irish spells charms and magick O genuine practiceIrish Witchcraft from an Irish Witch Le Sénégal face aux défis de la pauvreté : Les oubliés de la croissance explores the past Providing an investigation of the Witches' place in Irish mythology Looking at Witchcraft and magic byxamining the customs connected with the Sidhe the Irish Fairies Examining historical vidence of the Witch trials that swept across the island of Ireland through the agesAnd the present and beyond by Working with Irish Gods and
Goddesses landscapes and nergies Examining the wheel of the year with itslandscapes and nergies Examining the wheel of the year with its cycles and seasons of Irish culture Looking at. The author writes in the preface I was
so very young i wrote this butVERY young when I wrote this that she wrote the book that she needed to read as a 15 year old I think that pretty much sums up the book really well lol and not in the best way It s full of the author complaining mostlyFor someone who is interested in Irish witchcraft and already scoured the web and read all kinds of articles and forum threads theres nothing new for you in this book Only perhaps pieces of folklore you did not know My other issue is the general tone of the book I feel like I m reading an narration of an adult who sick and tired of people getting things wrong about their favorite. Updated and Revised 2nd EditionIrish Witchcraft from an Irish Witch is a delightful mixture of academia and accessibility; a book that xplores Witchcraft in Ireland how it was is and will be It succeeds where many books have failed fulfilling the longing for real Irish Witchcraft while crafting the delicate balance between learning from the past and weaving a modern system based on truth and respect Lora O'Brien is an Irish Draoí user of magic working closely with her heritage and her native land providing a contemporary guide .