Water Witchcraft

Magic and Lore from the Celtic Tradition

Foreword by Sky Alexander,
author of Mermaids: The Myths, Legends, and Lore

Annwyn Avalon

273 Pages, ISBN 978 1 57863 646 4     
Published by Weiser Books, 2019     

Water witch Annwyn Avalon presents a comprehensive guide to Celtic water lore including spells, rituals, water spirits, and merfolk. She explores the magic of the sea, but also features lakes, rivers, canals, swamps, and other watery locations as well as the craft and magic that have been and continue to be practiced at these places.
Within these pages, you will learn how to set up your own personal water altars and shrines, gather or craft the magical tools of water witchery, and access the power of rain and ice. Most crucially, you will learn how to connect and communicate with the water spirits themselves.

"Annwyn Avalon takes us on a fascinating journey that explores the various types of water and their associated folklore, deities, and magical beings and offers practices and exercises that serve as a guide for becoming a water witch and using the enormous power of this element." - Sandra Kynes, author of Sea Magic: Connecting with the Ocean's Energy

"Annwyn Avalon's enchanted book dares to peer deep into the waters - the mirror betwixt the worlds - revealing unto the reader a rich trove of spirits, ancient deities, eldritch beings, stories and lore. Deeply practical too, the book reveals tools, substances, rites, charms and spells, both traditional and innovative, enabling the reader to fully explore, connect with and employ water in all its forms as a potent vehicle for power and transformation." - Gemma Gary, author of Wisht Waters: Aqueous Magica and the Cult of Holy Wells, and Traditional Witchcraft: A Cornish Book of Ways.

Annwyn Avalon is a witch and priestess, and the founder of Triskele Rose, an Avalonian witchcraft tradition. Annwyn writes The Water Witch blog and is an award winning, internationally knows dancer with a repertoire of water and mermaid themed belly dance performances.

(The text above comes from the back of the book)     

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