As with all Rachel’s books, this was a great, chatty, friendly read, with plenty of her easy humour and sensible advice. The incantations are easy to find…
Witchcraft into the Wilds – Rachel Patterson
I have read many of Rachel’s previous books, and enjoyed every one of them. She has such a natural and chatty style of writing that you feel you are being invited in and discussing the subjects over a cup of tea and a slice of cake. It just flows……
If a leaf is big enough it can be used to write wishes and petitions on that can be sent away on the winds, buried in the earth, dropped into running water or burnt in the fire.
The hedgerows are full to bursting with berries at this time of year. Blackberries you can eat straight from the bush (but not if you are near a main road, probably best to avoid those ones), elderberries can be made into syrups, cordials and of course…wine. And hawthorn berries are excellent to work magic with.
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