Have you ever seen a faery? As you will discover in A Witch's Guide to Faery Folk by Edain McCoy, people all over the world have reported encounters with a race of tiny people, neither human nor divine, who live both inside and outside the physical human world. Our Pagan ancestors actually lived, worked, and worshiped with these elusive creatures on a regular basis.
In many instances today, Pagans let the faery people fill the role of elemental archetypes. Perhaps, they are called on, but only to witness rituals, not participate in them. A Witch's Guide to Faery Folk changes this forever.
This book shares two ways to contact the faery people. First, it shows you where and how to find them in our world. Second, it teaches you to use guided meditation to visit them in their world. Third, it describes how to work with them when casting spells and doing rituals.
A unique dictionary listing the names, lore, and characteristics of 230 faeries makes learning which ones to work with easy. Whether it is the Erdluitle (for weather work), Tomtra (to help raise a Cone of Power), or any of the others, this book will open new vistas for spiritual development and growth. Read it soon!
Living in the Midwest, Ostara comes for us at one of those "in between" times. It falls in between the frigid cold of winter and the scorching, oppressive heat of summer. It's the calm both before and after the storm. But it is also a real blah time of year. The weather is often still downright chilly, and snow is still quite a possibility. (In... read this article