Learn how Celtic legend and mythology can bring magic into your daily life. Walk with the Tuatha Dé Danann and hear their wisdom on the wind. See colour as a doorway to a magical world. Speak to animals and become one with the turn of the seasons. Including practical exercises that can be performed by witches of all abilities, this book will teach you how your Celtic forebears are still alive, in the sorcery and skill of the magical practitioner
REVIEWS & ENDORSEMENTS
This book left me feeling refreshed rather like a spring shower. This short book is part of the very readable Pagan Portal, which is filled with bite-sized chunks of Pagan history and mythology. It's an easy read for the novice. Author Mabh Savage also includes ways to incorporate ancient practices into modern day life.
~ Rayna Noire, http://raynanoire.weebly.com/blog/pagan-book-reviews
Mabh Savage's Pagan Portals - Celtic Witchcraft is an inspired look at how to incorporate older Celtic beliefs into modern witchcraft practice. This short text deftly weaves together personal experience, myth, magic, and actual practice into a seamless whole that resonates with poetry and spirit. A truly unique look at how the old ways and folk beliefs can and do exist today in the hearts of modern witches just as powerfully as they always have.
~ Morgan Daimler, author of Fairy Witchcraft and Pagan Portals: the Morrigan
As a witch who adores ancient Irish mythology, I love this book by Mabh Savage. Celtic Witchcraft offers a fascinating glimpse into the magic of nature, the gods and goddesses, and the beliefs of the past. It shows how we can adapt the wisdom of the Celts to practice witchcraft in the modern world. It is well researched, beautifully written and highly inspiring. ~ Lucya Starza, author of A Bad Witch’s Blog
A clear and informative introduction for the Celtic witch. Wisdom shines through on every page to encourage and lead the reader down a magical path firmly grounded in practical experience.
Beautifully written to inspire anyone who resonates with the Celtic tradition to delve deeper into the craft and understand its magic on every level. ~ Sheena Cundy, author of The Madness and the Magic