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Green Witchcraft II (Green Witchcraft #2)

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Green Witches are deeply connected to the Earth and the cosmic balance of light and dark. They welcome the wisdom of the light and the shadow sides of nature, the self, and the Divine to grow more whole in magic and spirit. In Green Witchcraft II, hereditary Witch Ann Moura reveals how to develop a balanced practice by incorporating the powerful, dark aspects of the Goddes...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published by Llewellyn Publications (first published January 1st 2003)
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Melissa
I was actually really disappointed with this entire series.

The first book I got written by Ann Moura was "Mansions of the Moon for the Green Witch" I enjoyed it, as there are few books out that talk about utlizing the power of the lunar mansions for witchcraft. Then, I purchased"Grimoire for the Green Witch" and was slightly disappointed by the lack of detail provided for much of the information. Now, I get the entire"Green Witch" series, and what do I find?

It all appears to be the sam content...more
Morgana Phenix
Nov 26, 2012 Morgana Phenix rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Purveyors of Fiction of the, "Green" Kind
Recommended to Morgana by: Forgot
Wish there were a, "No Star" option for this book really is unworthy of even a, "star!" There is an offensive and condescending undertone in her works which is not only obvious to the astute reader in this book, but in her other works as well. Of course it's just my humble opinion and someone else may find this book a five star plus type of book. It's all in what resonates with us. Or is it? I've read other books which the writer comes across as offensive and condescending and yet it's tolerable...more
Charles
it was an informative book. there were a few parts of the book that need more info on but that is by no means the authors fault the are topics that could cover a whole book on there own. the only real problem i had was she kept referring to the atheme as a knife except in one or two spots.
Candace
Very interesting take on the dark half of life, however some of the things that she convey have been done in the original Green Witchcraft book. Overall a must have on the witches book shelfs.
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Jan 23, 2013 Amber Bingham marked it as to-read
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Nicole
Although not as good as the first one, it was worth reading. It provides excellent information on aspects of light and dark.
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Ann Moura, A.K.A. Aoumiel, is an author of books about magic, religion, and witchcraft, in particular the Wiccan religion, and has been a solitary practitioner of Green Witchcraft for over thirty years. Her craft name is Aoumiel. Her mother and grandmother were Craftwise Brazilians of Celtic-Iberian descent.

She holds both a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts degrees in history. She is a certif...more
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