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Village Witch : life as a village wisewoman in the wilds of west cornwall

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Village Witch describes life as a Village Wisewoman in the wilds of West Cornwall. The first part of the book documents the tortuous and sometimes harrowing journey to achieve this unusual occupation. It is a tale that ultimately moves through surviving and into thriving. Cassandra’s past experiences directly inform her present practice and are intrinsic to being a ...more
Kindle Edition, 176 pages
Published June 9th 2013 by Mandrake
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May 15, 2016 Gaz rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Neo-Pagan Females
The book is a self-penned account of what it is like to be a “Wise Women” in Cornwall. The author tells of her early years as a youngster, and then proceeds to share her journey into Paganism and Witchcraft. The book closes with a few charms and spells which the reader is encouraged to put to use in whatever way they see fit.

The book started out well and then unfortunately for me became very New Age. A lack of historicity and the insidious conflation of magic and psychology became overriding the
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