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Llewellyn's Little Book of Moon Spells & Llewellyn's Little Book of Yule - Mini Reviews


Discover more than sixty spells and an abundance of potions, powders, and lore from around the world. Llewellyn's Little Book of Moon Spells is a handy, on-the-go guide to everyday moon magick filled with spells and rituals for improving relationships, healing emotional wounds, and removing obstacles, as well as psychic protection, success, abundance, and much more. Whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced practitioner, the step-by-step instructions within these pages will help you attune to the tides of destiny and change troublesome situations into opportunities for positive transformation.






Mini Book Breakdown

Love this! It really does give you all the basic info you need to start using lunar magic as you wish. Laid out in an easy way to understand and follow. There's useful potions, spells and even how to draw down the moon. All in one little book that makes it so easy to carry around outside if you're doing a ritual or spell. Couldn't ask for something better!




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Filled with dozens of magical exercises, tips, recipes, crafts, spells, and rituals, Llewellyn's Little Book of Yule shares everything you need in order to make your Yuletide memorable and enchanting. Learn how to honor the fairy folk of Yuletide, make a batch of Saturnalia wine, and discover tips for hosting a solstice vigil. Explore traditional activities like wassailing and chalking the door. Discover the Italian holiday witch known as La Befana and the true meaning of Krampus. From mistletoe to marzipan, this book delves into familiar traditions as well as observances that may be brand new to you—making it an invaluable resource for bringing a deep sense of meaning and magic to your holiday season.






Mini Book Breakdown

I really enjoyed this one! I learned so much about all the different 'Christmas' like holidays around this time of the year and I love learning anything I can about Krampus, so that's a bonus! I even learned what Saturnalia wine is and how to make it! 

My only compliant is that I felt this book explained how to make Christmas more Pagan and not how to actually celebrate Yule... if that makes any sense. I know that Christians took Yule and made it their own to get people into the church, so they're a lot a like in some ways but still, I just didn't like that part. Still a great little book with a lot of info and I really enjoy this author, he's very down to earth and I can understand him easily. 

Fully recommend!   

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*** Both of these titles were given to me in exchange for an honest review ***





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