Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Claudia Dillaire, author of Egyptian Prosperity Magic.
With all the books out there on different paths, why did I choose Egyptian magic? I am asked that question so often, and yet it is still difficult for me to answer. My quest began when I realized that, although Paganism was my “calling,” the traditional paths just did not resonate with me. And, had I wanted to join an organized religion, I certainly would not convert if it did not feel right for me.
Mythology had always fascinated me, so I started reading about the ancient cultures and their magical systems and beliefs. As well, I had always been fascinated by the Egyptians. The
So much has been happening this summer, it’s hard to keep up! But I wanted to share some good news and a few links regarding some of the authors I work with.
First of all, the big news was that one of my favorite witchy authors here, Deborah Blake, won the COVR award (that’s Coalition of Visionary Resources – not the cover of the book!) in the Wicca / Paganism category for Witchcraft on a Shoestring. This is her fifth book with us, and in it Deborah gives advice on practicing the craft without breaking the bank.
Since it’s summer, here are a few suggestions from her book for ways to make your yard and garden less expensive and more satisfying.
Use seeds: Most flowers, herbs,
If you haven’t heard about this amazing book yet, please check out the description, excerpt, or my previous blog posts about it. For now I just want to invite everyone who’s ordered the book, bought the book, borrowed the book, read the book, or added the book to their wishlist, to join the conversation that Bronwen Forbes so much wanted to foster. At the Small Town Pagans Yahoo Group we will build a community that encourages the sharing of stories, advice, trials, tribulations and joys of living in a not-so-big city.
As I’ve already warned everyone currently on the list, I’m not a small-town Pagan – I’ve never lived in a small town my entire life (if you don’t count