Moon Spells

My interactive eBook on full moon spells and rituals helps you use the magick of witchcraft and the power of the full moon to focus your intent and guide your manifestations.

Light on lore and heavy on practical ceremony, it’s an ideal reference guide for both novices and experienced practitioners. Each full moon spell contains traditional correspondences, a complete ritual and seasonal recipes. All have been thoroughly researched and designed for today’s busy Neo-Pagans.

Moon worship has been a part of Wicca since the earliest days.  The constantly changing cycles of the moon enabled ancient civilizations to plan and chart time.  They also discovered that special energies correspond to the different phases of the moon. Today, these connections are being rediscovered as we seek to fulfill our dreams and align ourselves with the universe.

These spells, rituals and correspondences are designed to maximize the magick of different full moons, but they can be used any time.  The magick generated will be stronger during the corresponding full moon.

You can use Simple Wiccan Magick Full Moon Spells & Rituals as a stand-alone book, as a companion to my Wheel of the Year guide, Simple Wiccan Magick Spells & Ritual Ceremony, or alongside any other Wicca books you may have.

It’s available as an easy download through Amazon and Smashwords and also through Kobo, Barnes and Noble, and iTunes.

 

Dark Moon Spells RitualsChannel the potent power of the dark moon, Wiccan correspondences and the Law of Attraction to help cast off your burdens. Light on lore and heavy on simple, practical magick, this book is ideal for both novices and experienced practitioners, working alone or in a group.

Moon worship has been part of our history since the earliest days.  The constantly changing cycles of the moon enabled ancient civilizations to plan and chart time.  They also discovered that special energies were active during the different phases of the moon. Today, these connections are being rediscovered as we seek to fulfil our dreams and align ourselves with the universe. The dark moon is the perfect time to heal, renew and rebuild.

There are 13 full moons per year – one every 29.5 days. As each month has between 28 to 31 days, the dark moon will fall on a different day each month. When you perform dark moon spells, there must be no light showing, so be sure to check your almanac or calendar.

You can use Dark Moon Spells & Rituals as a stand-alone book, as a companion to my Wheel of the Year guide Simple Wiccan Magick Spells & Ritual Ceremony, or alongside any other Wicca books you may have. All of the 15 spells use traditional correspondences and are designed for today’s busy Neo-Pagans to maximize the energy of the dark moon, but they can be used any time.

Now available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Kobo, Scribd and Smashwords.

Blessed be!

© 2012 – 2015, Holly Zurich. All rights reserved.

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  1. sincere divinity

    Blessed Be and Thankyou for your wisdom.

    I wanted to know if and when will your books be sold as a hard copy or printiable version.

    thanks

    • Holly Zurich

      Thank you for your kind comments. You can download a PDF copy of any of my books through Smashwords.com and print whatever pages you need. Print-on-demand is more costly for readers, but I may make my Simple Wiccan Magick Spells Collection (5 books in one) available in the near future. If so, I will announce it on my blog. I hope that helps.
      Blessed be! Holly

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