One Pot Witchery - Stone Soup

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Barbara Daca was born in the Appalachian Mountains on the edge of the Alleghany forest where herbs, folklore and medicines were plentiful. She is Generational Appalachian Mountain Witch of half British and half Dutch Amish heritage with a little Native American blood as well. Her books reflect her heritage and combine the aspects of Celtic, Amish, and Shaman in her Appalachian arts. Barbara Daca has a Masters Degree in Divinity and Religious studies.
Barbara Daca is the proud parent of three incredible people. She has made a life long project of studying natural healing techniques and is well sought after for her healing salves and knowledge of ancient charms and potions.
Barbara Daca is the owner of One Pot Witchery with her daughter, her nephew and two sisters. You can reach her on FaceBook as OnePot Witchery or Twitter @onepotwitchery, on her website: http://onepotwitchery.webs.com/ or see her personal profile on Witchvox.com/BarbaraDaca. She gladly welcomes all your comments and inquiries and will happily make time to answer any and all questions!

One Pot Witchery - Stone Soup
 

The Hidden Grimoire Of The Kitchen Hedge Witch

Authored by Barbara Ann Daca, Kara Vonovich, Brenda Paulson

Appalachian Mountain Magick at it's Finest! )O( A true combination of Folk Magick, Amish Pow Wow, and Shaman mixed with Old Jewish, Celtic, Druid and Wiccea spells. Born in the Appalachian Mountains this book sprinkles Genuine Spells and Magickal Knowledge on near every page as it offers everything form Love Spells to Hex Breaking and a quick overview of several magickal topics, knowledge and practices - Why buy many books when you really only need one good reference?
Find ways to make your own Charms, Amulets and Talismans, as well as the basics of Wine, Mead and Beer. Learn how to make your own Essential Oils, Teas, Soaps, and 1000 year old Salves. Discover a fun Children's Magickal no-cook recipe section and a Comprehensive Herbal embodying the Magickal, Medicinal, and Culinary uses for common Herbs, Spices, Vegetables and edible Flowers - get ready to curl up and discover true appalachian mountain magick! This book will give you warm witchy fuzzies just browsing through it!


Publication Date:
Aug 01 2008
ISBN/EAN13:
1438264240 / 9781438264240
Page Count:
420
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Body, Mind & Spirit / Magick Studies




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