Review: Book: Wild Magic- Danu Forest

Title: Wild Magic

Series: Standalone

Author’s Name: Danu Forest

Publisher:  Llewellyn Publications

Genre: Magic Studies

Page Count: 240 Pages

ISBN:  978-0738762678

Author or Book Website: Danu Forest author courses druidry witchcraft celtic shamanism faery

Link to Amazon purchase page: Wild Magic: Celtic Folk Traditions for the Solitary Practitioner: Forest, Danu: Books

Link to Goodreads: Wild Magic: Celtic Folk Traditions for the Solitary Practitioner by Danu Forest | Goodreads

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

An Immersive Guide to Celtic Magic and the Wild Wisdom of Your Heart

This book is a storehouse of magical and spiritual lore as well as practical knowledge based on age-old Celtic traditions. Filled with hands-on exercises and deep meditations, Wild Magic will show you how to access the Otherworld and come into a profound connection with the divine in nature. Author Danu Forest explores the timeless animistic practices of the Celtic faerie faith, creating relationships with the faerie folk, green kin, the ancestors, and the spirits of the land. You will learn to call on your spirit cousins for protection, and practice magical techniques based on the elements, such as fire scrying and spells to raise the wind.

Discover the secrets of ley lines, dragon lines, faery roads, and spirit paths that will transform your life in the here and now. Work with Danu’s tips for wildcrafting and her unique recipes for making magical oils, salves, bundles, and ointments with common herbs. Drawn from authentic country wisdom and the folk traditions of Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, the spells and rituals within are designed to channel your own modern wildness for the benefit of all. 

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have always loved a good book on magick and the practices of the ancient ways. It did take me a little bit to get into it and I think that is what slowed me down, but the exercises and practices were nice to have to re-enforce what the books was trying to teacher and get back to the world so it is not forgotten. I will go back and reference it if I need to. I enjoyed the parts about the fairies and the ancestors. It gave me a lot to think about and that is something I want when I read a book like this one.

My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars

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