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  1. Rabbit {Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!} Rabbit {Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!} says:

    A gift for myself because #treatyoshelf


  2. Steve DeVito Steve DeVito says:

    AdeuateOkay for beginner Nothing here that's not already in dozens of much better books This takes only about an hour to read and seems like a long magazine article than a book


  3. Helen Patrice Helen Patrice says:

    A very basic volume that confirmed that I am mostly hedgewitch but the book suffers from being very region specific As a Southern Hemisphere witch I don’t have ready access to the trees and hedgerows she cites A nice introduction though if you live in the UK


  4. Kris Kris says:

    There is not enough information in this book to make it worth buying


  5. Erin Munzenberger Erin Munzenberger says:

    Very short an introduction rather than a comprehensive overview


  6. Aria Tatiana Aria Tatiana says:

    It's a small and cheap book so it's obvious the content won't go really in depth but this book should have been entitled Neo Pagan basics I wanted to learn about hedge witchcraft We are told in the introduction that hedge witchcraft is a combination of 2 things solitary witchcraft based on personal experience instead of established tradition and hedge riding Then we're told that hedge riding is developed in a 2nd book of the same series So this book feels incomplete It only addresses the basics of paganism the 8 festivals connecting with the elements tree lore herbal lore It's a decent summary and I found interesting info in the chapter dedicated to trees but this isn't even really about solitary witchcraft practice this is about neopagan spirituality The content isn't bad but the book should have had another title


  7. Rachel Patterson Rachel Patterson says:

    This little book has all you need to know about the basics of Hedge Witchcraft Harmonia starts by introducing us to what Hedge Witches do how they connect with nature and the spirit of a place it also introduces us to ritual tools and familiarsIt then goes on to describe the Celtic festivals of the year and how a hedge witch views them along with a good section on the elements and the magic that they holdThe section on Sacred Trees takes us through each tree and what characteristics and energies it holds followed by a section on herbal loreHarmonia then dips into folk lore and divination from a Hedge Witch viewpointAn interesting book where Harmonia shares her own experiences of Hedge Witchcraft good for anyone interested in following this path


  8. Joseph Kent Joseph Kent says:

    Nice Synopsis of Being a Hedge WitchHarmonia does a great job in explaining about being a Hedge Witch She uses a lot of personal experience and how to's to make your experience worth while I give Harmonia 5 Stars for it is easy to read and her personal anecdotes make it a pleasure to read


  9. Linda Linda says:

    Good introduction of a topic I knew very little about Short book though so it's pretty basic Still interesting read


  10. Lesley Lane Lesley Lane says:

    Great accurate introduction to hedgecraft I wish it were longer


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Pagan Portals [KINDLE] ❄ Pagan Portals By Harmonia Saille – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk This book will guide you if you wish to read about hedge witchcraft as a pathway or are already following such a path and wish to progress It only has a little about hedge riding as this book has too This book will guide you if you wish to read about hedge witchcraft as a pathway or are already following such a path and wish to progress It only has a little about hedge riding as this book has too small a scope to include it Please read the accompanying book in the Pagan Portal series Hedge Riding.

  • Paperback
  • 76 pages
  • Pagan Portals
  • Harmonia Saille
  • English
  • 05 October 2015
  • 9781780993331