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The Hedge Witch's Way: Magical Spirituality for the Lone Spellcaster Paperback – January 1, 2003
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'Covers everything a solitary witch needs.' Cauldron; 'A great introduction and a book that is recommended for the solo worker.' Northern Earth
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Rae Beth is a hedge witch and wildwood mystic. She writes books and poems and gives talks on magical subjects. Her aim is to assist people to meet with spirits of nature and of the faerie realms, for healing purposes. Rae Beth is the mother of two and a psychic counsellor.
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Among other topics, in the THE HEDGE WITCH'S WAY Rae Beth asks `Who are you praying to? According to Rae Beth manifestations of the GREAT GODDESS take many forms. She is sacred, numinous, inclusive, and wise love. She is at the center and holds all together. She is synthesis and integration, the ground of all being and within every star, the sun and the moon. Through the ages, she has had many names -- Mari, Morgan, Aradia. The role of the GOD is different. He is the source of change, the trickster and magician and the experimenter on a cosmic scale. He is the prophet, the innovator and the paradox.
Rae Beth has much to say about magic, fairies and shining beings, as well as rituals to honor the higher power, prayers and spells for good fortune, the acquisition of a familiar spirit, and the `steps along the way'. She explains how one builds an alter, and travels between the `underworld', the `upperworld', and the `middle Earth'. She explains how the GODDESS and GOD take on different forms in the three worlds.
This book nicely compliments her earlier work, however, I recommend you read THE WICCAN PATH first so as to gain a better appreciation of her sincere beliefs before you attempt to use some of her magical techniques and approaches.