Verdant Gnosis: Cultivating the Green Path, Volume 2 by Catamara RosariumVerdant Gnosis: Cultivating the Green Path, Volume 2 by Catamara Rosarium

Verdant Gnosis: Cultivating the Green Path, Volume 2

EditorCatamara Rosarium, Jenn Zahrt, Marcus McCoy

Paperback | June 2, 2016

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Verdant Gnosis is a poetic rendering of the Latin expression, Viridis Geniii, which refers to the collective spiritual intelligence of our botanical environment. Viridis means 'green, verdant, growing'--all that is lush and nourishing; while genii is the origin of the words 'genius' and 'genie'--the spirit, daemon, or guiding intelligence of an entity. Viridis Genii--the verdant gnosis--is thus the spiritual path of working with the intelligence of living nature. Within this second volume you will find a rich selection of international authorities on the Green Way, ranging from professional plant alchemists, shamanic herb-masters, to bioregional animists. Herein you will learn the ways in which you can communicate deeply with the mysterious intelligence of the plant kingdom, breaking down the barriers of anthropocentric thinking that separate humanity from nature.

Catamara Rosarium is a master herbalist, ritual artist, botanical alchemist, and proprietor of Rosarium Blends. Her extensive herbal experience is motivated by a deep attraction to plants, scents, and their impact on the senses. She has undertaken numerous unique training programs, including the Hermit's Grove Master Herbalism Program ...
Title:Verdant Gnosis: Cultivating the Green Path, Volume 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:166 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.38 inPublished:June 2, 2016Publisher:Rubedo PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1943710074

ISBN - 13:9781943710072

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Table of Contents

Introduction-Catamara Rosarium, Marcus McCoy & Jenn Zahrt, PhDGaia Sophia and the Emerald Path-Dan RieglerTransmission of Esoteric Plant Knowledge in the Twenty-First Century-Daniel A. SchulkeFunerary Trees, Folklore, and Practices in Grief and Mourning-Corinne BoyerMan-Dragon, Man-Root, and the Witch: Mandragora and Ginseng as Plant Allies-Jesse Hathaway DiazDevil's Club: Sacred Cascadian Medicine-Jon KeyesBeyond the Mundane and Medicinal: Magic in the Woods-Karl FeretBaltic Amber in Myth, Medicine, and Magic-Gail Faith EdwardsOn the Importance of Keeping a Poison Garden-Urtica DioicaControversy and Conversion: Astrological Considerations for Potent Herbal Workings-Jenn Zahrt, PhD