Treading the Mill: Workings in Traditional Witchcraft by Nigel G. PearsonTreading the Mill: Workings in Traditional Witchcraft by Nigel G. Pearson

Treading the Mill: Workings in Traditional Witchcraft

byNigel G. Pearson

Paperback | February 15, 2017

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Hallowing the Compass; Tools, Calling the Directions, Content of the Rite, Closing Statement & Thanksgiving, Honouring the Directions, Opening/Dismissing the Compass, Place of Working, Examples. Wand Crafting; What is a Wand? Aspects of Traditional Tree Lore, Dryads, Types of Wood, Some Native Trees, Cutting Wood for Magical Purposes, Creating your Wand, Finishing Off your Wand, A Hallowing Rite. Spell Crafting. What is a Spell? Verbal Charms and Chants, Herbal Magic and Wortcunning, Simples, Potions, Oils and Lotions, Elemental & Nature Magic. Censing the Sacred; History & Background, Practical Applications of Incense, Incense Burning, Incense Materials, Incense Blending, Formulae, A Rite of Offering. Entering the Twilyte; Some Definitions, Personal Protection, Focus and Attention, Accumulating Power, Trance Working, Soul Flight or Transvection. Spirit Working; Spirits of the Natural World, Spirits of Home and Hearth, Concerning Familiars, The Fetch Body, The Ancestors and the Mighty Dead, The Elvenkind or Faerie Folk. Approaching the Powers; The God, King of the Wildwood, Walking the Way, The Lord of the Mound, Entering the Maze, The Master of Light, Calling the Master, The Goddess, The Great Queen, Addressing the Dame, The Black Goddess, Watching the Stars Below, Approaching the Power, A Rite of Self-Dedication to the Old Power. Selected Bibliography and Suggested Reading List.

Nigel Pearson was born and brought up in Suffolk, England, where he still lives and works, having a great love for the East Anglian countryside and never having felt the need to leave it. He has spent most of his life studying the myths, legends and magic of various cultures, but mostly the native lore of the British Isles. He has been...
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Title:Treading the Mill: Workings in Traditional WitchcraftFormat:PaperbackDimensions:280 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.63 inPublished:February 15, 2017Publisher:Troy BooksLanguage:English

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Acknowledgements. Contents. Introduction to the 2nd. and 1st. Editions. Chapter 1. Hallowing the Compass Tools Calling the Directions Content of the Rite Closing Statement & Thanksgiving Honouring the Directions Opening/Dismissing the Compass Place of Working Examples. Chapter 2. WandCrafting What is a Wand? Aspects of Traditional Tree Lore Dryads Types of Wood Some Native Trees Cutting Wood for Magical Purposes Creating your Wand Finishing Off your Wand A Hallowing Rite. Chapter 3. SpellCrafting. What is a Spell? Verbal Charms and Chants Herbal Magic and Wortcunning Simples, Potions, Oils and Lotions Elemental & Nature Magic. Chapter 4. Censing the Sacred. History & Background Practical Applications of Incense Incense Burning Incense Materials Incense Blending Formulae A Rite of Offering. Chapter 5. Entering the Twilyte. Some Definitions Personal Protection Focus and Attention Accumulating Power Trance Working Soul Flight or Transvection. Chapter 6. SpiritWorking. Spirits of the Natural World Spirits of Home and Hearth Concerning Familiars The Fetch Body The Ancestors and the Mighty Dead The Elvenkind or Faerie Folk. Chapter 7. Approaching the Powers. The God King of the Wildwood Walking the Way The Lord of the Mound Entering the Maze The Master of Light Calling the Master The Goddess The Great Queen Addressing the Dame The Black Goddess Watching the Stars Below Approaching the Power A Rite of Self-Dedication to the Old Power. Selected Bibliography and Suggested Reading List.