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Witches' Almanac 2011 : Issue 30: Spring 2011-Spring 2012, Stones and the Powers of the Earth - Andrew Theitic

Witches' Almanac 2011

Issue 30: Spring 2011-Spring 2012, Stones and the Powers of the Earth

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If it's the world of witchcraft or the craft of witches that interests you or you have a hankering for some great folklore or mythology, find a dose a day in this popular and indispensible reference guide of notable celebrations, astrological forecasts, and other lesser known but interesting facts. For example, did you know:
* A single magpie is especially associated with bad luck. Only one bird croaking persistently around a house sounds the death knell of the occupant while two magpies foretell good fortune.
* All hail garlic During WWII, British doctors used garlic as a remedy for gangrene and mixed the herb's juice with peat moss to bandage wounds. Funny that when Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip visited Rome a few years ago, the chefs were told to leave the menu garlic free
* The black cat may be the best known Halloween feline, but orange-black-and-white calico cats have long enjoyed a connection with ill omens and the weird, too. That's because this cat's crazily mixed colors seem to mirror a chaotic inner personality.
* Dubbed by Eric Clapton "the most important blues musician that ever lived," bluesman Robert Johnson is said to have sold his soul to the devil. The story has it that at a crossroads outside Robinsonville, Mississippi, Johnson met a large black man who took Johnson's guitar and tuned it for him in exchange for his soul. Now there's a case of sold-soul music
* The ash tree is well named, since it is one of the few trees that will burn easily and steadily when still green. Encased in winged pods that resemble the keys that were used in medieval locks, this tree's seeds are known as ash keys. In Northern Europe, the ash tree is thought to connect the underworld, earth, and heaven.
"The Witches' Almanac" contains herbal secrets, advice about animals, mystical incantations, sacred rituals and many a curious tale of good and evil -- just what every adept, occultist, witch and mortal alike should turn to every day for tips and tricks and thrills

Thrice Toss These Oaken Ashesp. 8
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrowp. 9
Dana: Goddess of the Feyp. 13
Divine White Mare: In stables, garlands of rosesp. 14
Celestial Powers: Lightning gods, bolts from the bluep. 16
Excerpt from The Witchcraft of Dame Darrel of Yorkp. 19
Cauldrons: Stirring up Celtic magicp. 20
Tulip Mania: Flowers inspire a bizarre bull marketp. 22
The Manner of Witchesp. 25
Moon Gardeningp. 26
The Moon Calendarp. 27
Celestial Gemsp. 28
Green Week, Giddy Russiansp. 30
Alderp. 32
The Triumph of Achillesp. 34
Sacred Bullsp. 36
The Hamsa: Healing Hand Amuletp. 38
Looking Back - The Old Ways in Swedenp. 40
Notable Quotationsp. 42
Septemberp. 44
Tarot's Loversp. 46
Metal Rabbitp. 48
Uzume: Goddess of holy hilarityp. 50
New Year's Traditions: Sweet grape, sweet month; sour grape, sour monthp. 52
Uraniap. 54
Kitchen Magic: How sweet it is!p. 56
The Fixed Stars - The Three Kings: A Cosmic Triop. 58
Window on the Weatherp. 61
Orisha Oko: Divinity of the earth's fruitsp. 66
Circe's Tormentp. 69
Gravestone Rubbings: Funerary treasuresp. 70
Dan Brown: An astrological viewp. 72
More Keys of Solomonp. 76
The Golem: From dust, to dustp. 78
Gobekli Tepe: A new concept of human originsp. 81
Merry Meetings: An interview with Michael Howardp. 82
Dia de los Muertos: Feasting to honor ancestorsp. 86
A Magical Leap, 2012: February 29, rarest of daysp. 89
Hobos, Tramps and Bums: A glimpse into Hobohemiap. 92
An Apple a Day: Uttwiler Spatlauberp. 95
Genius Loci: Spirit of placep. 96
Death in the Roman World: The family bids farewellp. 98
White Alligators: Living swamp ghostsp. 102
A Dash of Saltp. 104
Moon Cyclesp. 106
Presagep. 107
Sites of Awe: Great trees of the Pacific Northwestp. 134
Spirit Rockp. 135
Reviewsp. 136
From a Witch's Mailboxp. 138
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ISBN: 9780982432303
ISBN-10: 0982432305
Series: Witches Almanac
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 152
Published: 1st October 2010
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0  x 1.0
Weight (kg): 0.24