North American Folk Magic & Mountain Magic Study Hall

Folk Magik &
Mountain Magik Study Hall

[UNDER CONSTRUCTION, but two lessons available
below]

A major part of our Folk Magik course is made up of Lessons Based
on the following two Books:

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American
Folk Magick: Charms, Spells & Herbals
 by Silver Ravenwolf

Click above and read 16 pages of the book on line and find used copies for only $6.45

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Mountain
Magick, Folk Wisdom from the Heart of Appalachia
 by Edain McCoy

LESSONS

Lesson 1:  Operant Hexology
— Pennsylvania Dutch

Lesson 2:  American Folk Magic possibly the
“true wicca”?

UPCOMING LESSONS:

Lesson 3:  Herb Magik & the Herb Garden, from windowsill size to outdoor, you’ve gotta know your herbs.  And get thee a leather pouch to carry them around. Use them for Healing, Magik, cooking (shock!) etc.

Is Folk magik real magik or Superstition?

European-American Gods & Goddesses — Do
they exist?

Have “new” deities been created by the merger of peoples from Europe with this native America?  Can North America be a magikal land — or will it always only be the land of the American Indian Great Spirit? Nothing is static, not even deities.  This MapleLeaf Warrioress Goddess seems to symbolize North America, the land, the mountains, as it merges with the whiteswords and dragons (see her little pet?) of Old Europe.

Valshea, by Keith Parkinson. A sort of North American Valkyrie Goddess Warrioress whose symbol is the Mapleleaf

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