The Grandmother Of Time: A Woman's Book Of Celebrations, Spells, And Sacred Objects For Every Month…

Paperback | October 18, 1989

byZsuzsanna E. Budapest

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In The Grandmother of Time, Zsuzsanna Budapest teaches both beginners and experieced practioners how to intergrate wiccan spirtuality into their everyday lives. Here are new approaches to today's rituals, from birthdays and dedications of newborn babies to purifying our homes and protecting us in travel.

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In The Grandmother of Time, Zsuzsanna Budapest teaches both beginners and experieced practioners how to intergrate wiccan spirtuality into their everyday lives. Here are new approaches to today's rituals, from birthdays and dedications of newborn babies to purifying our homes and protecting us in travel.

I was born in Budapest on January 30, 1940, on a terrible north-wind-whipped morning. My mother, Masika, then only twenty-five years old, had great trouble delivering me, so I was born by cesarean section. Mother was a famous sculptor who also happened to be a psychic, medium, and palm reader. She came from a long line of witches in th...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.25 × 7.38 × 0.72 inPublished:October 18, 1989Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0062501097

ISBN - 13:9780062501097

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not what I was expecting Although I have heard so many great things from this author and from this book I was kind of disapointed when I got my order. The book itself is made out of what seems to be recycled paper, which is a great thing BUT this makes the whole book fairly flimsy. Not a big thing but to me when you're paying 20$ for a book I kind of expect something a little nicer. The books does contain VERY GOOD folklore on various goddess and she goes through several holidays/celebrations throughtout the year. Here's my biggest problem with the book, the cover tells you that it contains rituals for every aspect of the year.... It doesn't at least not the type of rituals I was expecting, she gives you ritual IDEAS but not actual rituals. All in all even though I didnt enjoy the book I still think it should be part of anybody's "witchy library" :)
Date published: 2010-07-07