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eBook Seasons of the Witch Daily 2009 epub

by Victoria David Danann

eBook Seasons of the Witch Daily 2009 epub
  • ISBN: 1933320303
  • Author: Victoria David Danann
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: 7th House; First edition (August 8, 2008)
  • ePUB size: 1896 kb
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The Witches' Dictionary Paperback – March 9, 2006. by Victoria David Danann (Author). Recently bought this book and it arrived today. It is the best dictionary for witches that I ever have seen.

The Witches' Dictionary Paperback – March 9, 2006. First if you are still learning the path and need to know the meaning of words you are studying, you want a book set up just like a real dictionary. I do not want to know witch history or other nonsense. I have enough books of that. I want to have the word and the meaning. I have looked high and low for a book like this. So believe me you need to get this book.

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Victoria David Danann outlines the magickal system and philosophy that serves as foundation to the details of our annual, dated product line. Reference section with alphabetical listing of power days, their meanings and explanations, suitable to keep in your planner.

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The magickal system and philosophy that serves as foundation to the details of Seasons of the Witch planners, calendars and Seasons in Avalon School of Witch Arts. Includes terms, Power Day and "Ask The Witch" questions and answers from the annals of Seasons in Avalon.

Seasons of the Witch. Are you sure you want to remove Victoria David Danann from your list?

Seasons of the Witch. Seasons of the Witch 2007 Weekly.

Authors: Victoria Danann. He’s not big on judging. I pulled up to the Four Seasons around eleven o’clock and was recognized since I’d just been there a couple of days before. My plan was to get a few hours’ sleep, have a big breakfast at the hotel, and be in Wimberley by ten. I didn’t count on being so excited that sleep eluded me, but I dozed enough to drive safe.

Upon seeing the subtitle appended to Season of the Witch, the latest book by David Talbot, this reader went into a defensive crouch. She hoped it was merely something dreamed up by an overzealous publicist. One opens the book to find a detailed table of contents reprising the overheated words on the cover. There are three parts: Enchantment, Terror, Deliverance.

Seasons of the Witch Daily Planner in FULL COLOR. The Magickal life of Witches made easy then melded with the necessities of the mundane. As always, Victoria's art celebrates the spectrum of pagan paths -- a dash of fantasy interspersed with her signature (conical hat) Witches.

Heavy, matte art paper imported from England keeps art colors and detail alive, and it's writeable, too.

SPECIAL FEATURE FOR 2009 Daily -- the MAGICKS of Color.

INCLUDES Month-At-A-Glance overview in two-page spread with waxing moon phases shaded for easy planning. One-Page-Per-Day format features tarot planner, graphic moon phases, major & minor PowerCasting⢠opportunities for spells, sabbats, esbats, noteworthy events, lunar astrology, moon void-of-course, Mercury Retrograde, Secular (bank) holidays, 7th House Witches' Calendar and Celtic Tree Calendar. PowerDay recommendations for candle colors, tarot cards and runes. Art, poetry, history.

Room for appointments, things to do; and notation. Hardback cover with concealed wire-o binding lays perfectly flat for easy writing. All black cover has removable dust jacket for discreet protection of your privacy. 476 classic size pages (5 1/2 x 8 1/2) Bound Version.

YES! There IS a difference.

Comments: (7)
monotronik
This is definitely a very, very pretty daily planner, but not in the way that makes you not want to write in it -- which would kind of defeat the purpose of it being a planner.

The problem is the fact that the size of this book is designed to sit on your desktop, not in your purse. The hard-cover and the sheer size (both thickness and the size of the cover) make it hard to carry around. Now I don't plan to just keep it on my desk, I want to take it around with me, so the size did put me off a bit. (There is a binder version on the publisher's website, but it costs an arm and a leg to have it shipped internationally).
In the end I had to unbind the book (it was spiral binding, so that was quite easy) and rebind 6-months worth of the planner (all 12-months were too much to carry around) with a new, smaller cover (an A5-sized hardcover sketchpad cover). This made it easier for me to carry around, although it was still substantially bigger than the planners I'm used to.
I'll probably get the weekly planner next year.

Enough about the physical aspect of the planner; moving on to the contents.

Having all the moon phases and the astrological phases marked out is pretty nice, the PowerCast days... not so much.

I'm not a person who follows spell-book recipes blindly, and the authors of Seasons seem to agree with me (ie. encourages one to think for one-self, being your own priestess)... or so they say.
But the PowerCast system seems to undermine that. No explanation whatsoever is given about why PowerCast days are assigned as they are -- perhaps they are trying to protect their commercial secret (perhaps they want to entice you to sign up for their Witch School to get that information), however they whole thing just ends up feeling like a system based on arbitrary allocation.
Buying and reading the companion, "Seasons of the Witch - Primer" did not much help either. First half of _that_ book gives you a 10-minutes guide on magic ("Seasons of the Witch" rank 2 on their must-have-tool for casting magic... that gives you an inkling on their book). Second half of the book gives you a tabulated list of what each type of PowerCast Day mean (kind of reminds me of those little white books that come with a Tarot deck, except those are free).
It's a nice little section, giving you ideas for the type of spells that you can cast... but really, that stuff should have been included FOR FREE in the planner. I digress.

To conclude, Seasons of a Witch is a pretty planner, beautiful as some would say. It's even useful, to witches and magicians... but I don't think PowerCast, one of their supposed selling points, is much of much use to anyone serious in the craft. Of course, it's not going to stop me from buying one again next year.

Also, for anyone thinking of buying this planner... read the reviews for last year's planner... I would have known more about what I was getting into if I did.
Xmatarryto
This is an excellent day planner! The best! All with our lifestyle in mind. There's tons of info for whatever lifestyle/path you practice. I am a solitary Witch. It's fun to deciper the entries and fit them into your day. Getting it through Amazon proved to be a smart move too, as I got a great deal on it. There are some references to other books and to websites that may intrest many of you. Good luck and brightest blessings!
fire dancer
I normally get the weekly date books, but this year I ordered the daily. I have tried several others but this is the first year I've ordered Seasons of the Witch. WOW! What a difference. I do not think I will be going back. I love the color pages, and the information is great. This is what I have been looking for. I would recommend this to all my witchy friends. I will be preordering next years when it is available.
Shakanos
I was given this as a gift. I adore it! Don't pay attention to the nay sayers! IT IS BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL! Blessed Be.
Steel balls
a bit expensive, but used often by the person I gave it to as a gift, (one of their favorite gifts BTW)
kewdiepie
Don't bother, really expensive and has a lot of typos, doesn't look anything like I thought it would. Does not seem professional, like it wasn't even edited, it's hard to write on and though it lays flat the HUGE ring bind gets in the way, and the art work is not something to really get excited about. And what is up with the power casting days?
Maman
Wonderful Book! Amazingly Friendly Seller! The book is excellent quality and delivery was fast, fast, fast! Thanks! Brightest Blessings!
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