Baba Yaga's Book of Witchcraft - Slavic Magic from the Witch of the Woods by Madame Pamita
Tap into the ancient arts with Baba Yaga's Book of Witchcraft - Slavic Magic from the Witch of the Woods by Madame Pamita.
Discover ancient and modern Slavic magical practices through stories told by the legendary Baba Yaga herself. Learn about the magic of the sun, moon, and stars, as well as the magic of weather, animals, seasons, stones, food, beeswax, and more. Each chapter includes a piece of the fairy tale of Vasylyna, comments from Baba Yaga, and hands-on tips and techniques from author Madame Pamita.
Explore magical activities alongside authentic folktales about the birth of the sun and the land of the blessed ones. Step-by-step instructions show you how to stitch Ukrainian folk embroidery motifs into protective charms, weave wreaths from herbs, make enchanted poppets, and work with the spirits of the forest, the hearth, and the sauna. With a bounty of tips and information, this book teaches you to embrace the beauty of these traditional practices and reclaim your personal magic.
Madame Pamita is a teacher, candlemaker, spellcaster, tarot reader, and Ukrainian diaspora witch. She is the owner of an online spiritual apothecary called Madame Pamita's Parlour of Wonders. She hosts two YouTube video series: Candle Magic Class and the weekly Magic Q&A Tea Party. Madame Pamita is also the host of the Magic of Law and Attraction podcast and author of The Book of Candle Magic. Visit her at www. ParlourOfWonders.com
Each order is for 1 paperback copy of Baba Yaga's Book of Witchcraft - Slavic Magic from the Witch of the Woodsby Madame Pamita. Each book measures 9.25" long x 7.5" wide.
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