Book of Flower Spells

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Imprint: Rockpool Publishing
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“Written to be useful for both novices and those experienced in magical workings, the 60 flower spells in this book have been created by Darcey over the course of her lifetime. Beautifully designed and illustrated, this book presents as a sacred treasured object, to be called upon over and over for a myriad of purposes.” –Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insights
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Book Details

Pages

208 Pages

Size

5.75 x 7.25

Format

Paperback

Pub. Date

09/01/2018

ISBN

978-1-925682-25-0

Publisher

Rockpool Publishing

Authors

  • Author Cheralyn Darcey

    Cheralyn Darcey is a naturalist, botanical alchemist, botanical history author, eco-artist, organic gardener, sustainable florist, and the author of over a dozen books and oracle decks. Her organic vegetable, magickal herb, and flower gardens have been featured in many Australian publications, and she has appeared in Harper’s Bazaar and Elle. Visit her at cheralyndarcey.com.

Beautiful to behold and sacred throughout time, flowers hold powerful nature magick, entwined with the rhythms of the Earth. Work with flowers to create your own powerful and divine spells for the change, support, and inspiration you seek in life, love, and happiness.

Along with 60 sacred flower spells from Cheralyn Darcey’s personal nature grimoire, The Book of Flower Spells includes spell-casting and spell-crafting basics, information on magical gardening and supply sourcing, and dedicated lessons on how to write and cast your own spells. To complete your treasury of flower nature magick, a beautifully illustrated personal grimoire journal section is provided as a place for you to keep your flower spells.

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“Written to be useful for both novices and those experienced in magical workings, the 60 flower spells in this book have been created by Darcey over the course of her lifetime. Beautifully designed and illustrated, this book presents as a sacred treasured object, to be called upon over and over for a myriad of purposes.” –Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insights
Anna Jedrziewski