Halloween: Customs, Recipes & Spells

Halloween: Customs, Recipes & SpellsWitches Hats And Harvest MoonGhosts That Dance To Haunted TuneApples, Goodies, Food GaloreHalloween Has This And Just Where Did The Autumn Gaiety Begin Let Silver RavenWolf Guide You Through The Cobwebby Corners Of Time To Uncover The History Behind Halloween Honor The Spirit Of This Hallowed Harvest Holiday With Halloween Magick Prosperity Pumpkin Spell, Corn Husk Dolly, Solitary Harvest Moon Ritual Magickal Goodies Candied Love Apples, Witches Brew, Sugar Snakes In Graveyard Dust Halloween Myths And Superstitions Black Cats, Scarecrows, Pitchforks, Witches, Ghosts, And Haints Divination Circle Of Ashes And Stones, Magick Mirrors, Apple, Pumpkin Seed, And Water Divination Rituals To Honor The Dead The Dumb Supper, Samhain Fire, Soul Lights, Spirit Rattles And Spirit Bowls

Silver RavenWolf Pennsylvania is a nationally recognized leader and elder of Wicca, and through her writing has been instrumental in guiding the future of one of the fastest growing faiths in America today The author of seventeen books, she has been interviewed by The New York Times, Newsweek Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal, and her work has been featured in numerous publications, includi

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  • Paperback
  • 209 pages
  • Halloween: Customs, Recipes & Spells
  • Silver RavenWolf
  • English
  • 09 June 2017
  • 9781567187199

10 thoughts on “Halloween: Customs, Recipes & Spells

  1. says:

    I ve read through most of the lore about the season, written in Silver s typical chatty style, and found it an easy read It s a fun book, nothing to take too seriously, there are a lot of games, spells and other assorted crafts that are perfect for little ones My favorite section is the recipes specifically the desserts that come with cute little enchantments.Although, a slight caveat is coming here The recipe for Candied Love Apples features a big oopsie makes me wonder if the author ever tried to make these herself It says to place the sugars in a pan on medium heat for 8 10 minutes and then dip the apples Uh, uh Doesn t work Trust me on this Try like 20 30 minutes of continues boiling and NO stirring It also would ve helped to have a tip or two about using a candy thermometer to test for doneness or at the very least use the old drop in cold water and it s done when you see threads Trust me on this WEAR SOCKS AND SHOES AT ALL COSTS I make candles and should have known better but I m also blond and tend to forget these things No bare feet, no pretty little open toed sandals They do not mix with this recipe I discovered the hard way that hot candy dropped on bare toesies hurts like a b stard There s nothing like losing a layer of skin to get one hopping After taking a few deep breaths and ignoring the searing pain I was able to compose myself enough to concentrate complete the enchantment for love and wisdom something I m in obvious need of You ve been warned.

  2. says:

    I forgot how much I like Silver Ravenwolf s writing style Conversational and friendly, like she s talking TO the reader rather than AT the reader For a non fiction writer, that s a difficult task indeed She presents topics in an entertaining and very non pretentious way I remember disliking Cunninham because his writing was dry and he came across as kind of, wellsnobby Maybe that s just me, though. Anyway, I read a few of Silver s books while in college in the late 90s, but haven t picked up anything she s written since I m happy I m revisiting her, because I ve really had fun so far Halloween is no exception I mean, a book all about my favorite holiday as well as my birthday How can I NOT read it I mean, really And this one is particularly fun First there is a brief history of the holiday, all about how it evolved from a harvest festival day to honor the dead and grew into what we celebrate today Interesting stuff And now I can spaz my friends out with odd little Halloween y facts view spoiler For example Did you know that children born on Halloween have lifeling protection from evil ghosties and other things that go bump in the night They re also lucky hide spoiler

  3. says:

    I know that there are a lot of haters when it comes to Silver s books, but I m never ashamed to admit that I ve loved her writing since I picked up my copy of To Ride a Silver Broomstick New Generation Witchcraft all those years ago HALLOWEEN SPELLS, RECIPES CUSTOMS is a very fun book, as well as informative She does most of her own illustrations, and they mesh with her writing beautifully As much as you think you know about Halloween Samhain, I ll bet that you ll still learn something new here A bit of history, a yummy new recipe, or maybe even a new way to to try that spell you just can t get to take It s a great book for everybody, Christian or Pagan.

  4. says:

    Okay, I m not a random Silver Ravenwolf basher, but if Llewellyn was trying to launch a sabbat series, and started as it should be with Hallowe en, I really wish they d have taken a serious author While the book is okay it s only okay and doesn t rise to the levels of quality in Lammas, Beltane and Yule It s too bad, but I didn t want a fun and silly book, I wanted something with a bit depth to match the rest of the series Still, there s a lot of mythology here, and if you can handle Silver Ravenwolf s voice over monologues, you can find a few nuggets in this book.

  5. says:

    i read a couple of chapters of this book online, haven t read the whole thing, what I have read so far has been very interesting A whole history of Halloween, which is by far one of my favorite holidays Helps to know the real reason we celebrate Halloween

  6. says:

    Great book for learning the history of halloween etc This book is full of fun for the fall halloween lovers out there

  7. says:

    This book is really creepy but I kinda like it though

  8. says:

    You should never judge a book by it s cover and in this case, that s good advice The cover does not do justice to the information contained within and that s really a shame because I wonder how many people have passed on this book because of it It s the most comprehensive book on Halloween that I ve found, while being easy to connect with and enjoyable to read The first three chapters are packed with info about Halloween s history, from Paleopagan practices to modern day traditions The book continues to discuss divination, recipes, spells, and how you can honor those who have left us I was drawn to the defense spell, the crossing ritual, and the solitary ritual, which you can use either as they are presented or as a template and personalize.

  9. says:

    Very easy read, the author writes with good flow The first chapter devotes itself to the history of Halloween, which would take up the full text of most such books So if you want a nice overview, this is perfect The rest of the book is neo pagan Wiccan, with spells and divinations and such Very good, if that s what you like My only issue is the use of Germanic and Norse bits, as those would work better at Yule or Walpurgis Night or similar.

  10. says:

    Well researched This is a really well researched book with a lot of history, insight and just plain fun regarding Halloween Lots of recipes, traditions both ancient and modern and the stories behind them.

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