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Every Witch Way: Spells and Advice from Two Very Different Witches by [Dugan, Ellen, Whitehurst, Tess]
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About the Author

Ellen Dugan is the award-winning author of fifteen books, and is known as the "Garden Witch." A psychic-clairvoyant, she has been a practicing Witch for over thirty years. Well known for her candor and humor, she is a Master Gardener, and is the High Priestess of her Coven in the St. Louis area. Ellen teaches classes both online and across the country on Witchery, Psychic Protection, and Magick. She has contributed articles for over twelve years to Llewellyn's Magical Almanac, Witches Datebook, Sabbat Almanac, and Witches Calendar.

Ellen's popular magickal books have been translated into over ten foreign languages. When she's not working on her next book project, or keeping up with her family (the kids are out on their own, and the youngest is in Graduate school), Ellen likes to unwind by working in her perennial gardens at home with her husband of 31 years. Ellen wholeheartedly encourages folks to reclaim their personal power and to personalize their Spell-craft. To go outside and connect with the spiritual side of nature. To get their hands dirty and discover the wonder and magick of natural world that surrounds them.

Visit her popular syndicated "Blog of Witchery" at www.ellendugan.blogspot.com

You can visit her website at www.ellendugan.com

Tess Whitehurst is an intuitive counselor, energy worker, feng shui consultant, and speaker, and the author of Magical Housekeeping. She has appeared on the Bravo TV show Flipping Out and her writing has been featured in Writers Digest, Whole Life Times Magazine, and online at Lemondrop.com. Visit Tess online at www.tesswhitehurst.com.


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  • File Size: 3224 KB
  • Print Length: 194 pages
  • Publication Date: August 4, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MG1FDNK
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This is an AMAZING and MUCH NEEDED breath of fresh air book, in today's world of Witchcraft. I am a LONG TIME FAN of Ellen Dugans works. ( Long before social media ) and Tess Whitehurst. I loved how these two ladies ( Friends And Witches ) came together and wrote a book telling their separate ideas, opinions and workings on different topics of the same subjects. The way these two ladies can have such differing opinions of the same subject and STILL manage to be Friends, without bashing each other, or disassociating from one another is a MUCH NEEDED guide in today's world of social media outbursts of opinions. Our world is drastically changing in front of our eyes every day. The Craft has gone through a lot of changes, since I started on my path 20 years ago. As an old school soul, its hard to watch sometimes. It use to be, pagans and witches, could agree to disagree, (because it was common knowledge that NO TWO WITCHES would ever completely agree on one topic/subject, NOR did they have to... ) but Today it is more of a ..." agree with me or your banished FOREVER" type of motto...with social media, this mindset definitely goes beyond just paganism or witchcraft, but just about anything anyone talks about.
This book is so refreshing, and rejuvenating!!! As someone who has felt herself pull away from the craft, socially, because of social media, this book has helped me to redefine my own values and opinions, and reminds me, that it is in ME to decide, what feels right and what doesn't.
I not only hope these two ladies decide to do a hard copy of this book, I also hope they decide to do ANOTHER BOOK...like this...Cussing and Discussing the different *hot topics* of the Craft! Many Blessings, Ellen & Tess )0( & Much Love from a HUGE FAN! Thank You!!!!
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This book is one that I wish had been written when I first came to the craft. I love the fact that both ladies are well known (and respected) in the craft, are friends, and both approach the craft from a different perspective.

In the craft, we're taught "All paths lead to one". There is no one true way. This books just goes to prove the truth of those teachings. The duality of day and night, yin and yang, masculine and feminine... all come together when these two ladies share their ideas. They are allowing us, the community, a new way to consider the craft *today*.

Yes, there's bound to be a bit of talk, perhaps a bit of controversy. We've all seen it before and (considering the comments) it's happening again. But here's another take - we're TALKING, exchanging ideas, and bringing forth a new way of thinking. Remember when you first started the craft? "No, I'd never go skyclad". "No, I won't wear robes." While it's important to remember and honor our past, it is equally important to move forward and keep abreast with times we live in now. The Lord AND the Lady are both halves of the same coin.

That's where this book is helpful. It allows the reader to explore two different sides of each question. No matter which side you land on, someone else will have a different opinion. It allows you to see how other witches may (or may not) work. We're a community of diverse individuals and yet we have our common goals and interests as well. And that's OKAY! To turn a blind eye to this would be a shame. I like that I can see and hear how another member works, without compromising my own beliefs. These ladies aren't asking you to CHANGE, just to open your mind and see things through another lens.

I hope you try this book, and love it as I have, not just for the wonderful spells (and there are plenty of those) but for the heart within.... and remember that we are ONE.
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I thought it was a very good read! As for the Christian Witch issue, I was confused by Ellen's definitions. If she is talking about being a Christian Wicca, then I agree that it may cause problems with the monotheistic vs. polytheistic worship issue. However, not all Witches are Wiccan, in the same way that not all Jews are of the Jewish faith (there are many Jews that are Jewish by nationality but choose other forms of worship, such as the Messianic Jews. I've also known some Buddist Jews). And who says that all Witches have to be polytheistic? Can't a Witch believe and worship one Great Spirit and still honor the earth as creation while using magick in prayers and rituals? Someone somewhere used the term "Christian Mystic", which I thought was very clever. However, in the end it's up to the individual. That said, I had to completely laugh at the image of the white sundress chick! Ellen has such a great way of writing! And I truly appreciate hers and Tess's points of view and the variety found in this book. Both give a fresh perspective to a myriad of topics, and I think this book has a lot to offer.
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This is a great book, a very enjoyable read!

First of all, thanks to Tess for acknowledging the magical diet that encourages the health of our planet (I go back and forth between being a pescatarian or vegetarian). We can't deny the problems with our food system and the inhumane treatment of animals, not to mention the harm being done to the environment. If we're following a nature-centered spiritual path, I believe more attention needs to be paid to this aspect. Even if everyone went meatless once week it would make a difference. Thanks, Tess!

I'm intrigued by the debate here (with so many negative reviews) regarding the Christian Witch issue. Some of the comments seem unfair to Ellen. Ellen has stated her opinion and given her reasons for it. People who are offended by her opinion should consider this: The people Ellen refers to are, I think, people who can't choose which path to follow - people who claim to be Christian Wiccans, which would be like her analogy of someone trying to be a Baptist Jew. They are two separate religions. This is what I think Ellen was trying to say. Someone in another review pointed out that Wicca is a religion but Witchcraft is not. This is, I believe, one of the core issues in play here. How you define the Craft will determine how you interpret the word "Christian Witch." It depends on if you think being a Witch is a spiritual path or not. Ellen does. That's the reason for her point of view.

The term "Christian Witch" should probably be "Christian Mystic" instead. That would make more sense - especially if one does not view modern witchcraft as a religion or spiritual practice. Some people practice the Craft as "the craft of the wise" in non-spiritual ways by using natural remedies, for example, and not as a religion.
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