- Print Length: 97 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1780998430
- Publisher: Moon Books (February 8, 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
- Language: English
Pull up a chair, have a cup of tea, sit back and take a glimpse into the world of Kitchen Witchcraft. This little book will give you an insight into what a Kitchen Witch is, what they do and how they do it. It gives an overview of the Sabbats, working with the Moon, the elements and candle magic. Packed full of ideas for crafting such as washes and smudges for your home and your body, witch bottles, incense, medicine bags, magic powders and offerings. Take a stroll through a Kitchen Witch's garden and discover what you will find there and finish up with some lovely meditations. Follow the heart of a Kitchen Witch...
This book held up to it's promise. It gives us a glimpse into Kitchen Witchcraft. There is an overview of the Sabbats, moon correspondences, days of the week correspondences, elemental correspondences, flower and herb correspondences etc. There are a few simple candle spells that you can use for different reasons as well. Simple crafts that you can craft with magical intent, and even some meditations. I liked the section on gardening. I wish that it would have went into a little more detail with the potted plants though.
The author is well known in the pagan community, and she is a respected person. I don't find any major flaws in her writing style, and think that this little book was full of useful information. Just what I was looking for. Short, and sweet but to the point.
I would recommend it to anyone interested in Kitchen Witchery. There are others out there, possibly better, but this one is well worth the $3.00 price tag.