A quick glance in the mirror can tell you much about your health. The shape of your face alone reveals a great deal. Your posture, skin tone, facial structures, and handwriting can tell you even more. They all reflect the vitality of your constitution at birth, the quality of your diet, and the strengths and weaknesses of your internal organs.
Concealed in the depth of the Western Esoteric Traditions, there is a Green Strand of Wisdom, and though obscured, it is a potent source and legacy for all magic and sorcery, and encompasses the knowledge and use of the magical, spiritual, and folkloric dimensions of plants.
Tiger Lily. Magnolia. Passion Flower. Lotus. Tulip. Which are you? What are the characteristics that the rose might bring to your life? Is it really so awful that the Scorpio you know and love is a cactus flower—or does "occasionally prickly" capture him or her perfectly?
Stimulating and often startling discussions between three friends, all highly original thinkers: Rupert Sheldrake, controversial biologist, Terence McKenna , psychedelic visionary, and Ralph Abraham , chaos mathematician.
Do you enjoy eating garlic bread? Does oregano always find its way into your spaghetti sauce? Do you garnish potato salad with paprika? Then you are participating in the ancient tradition of using herbs to enhance the health benefits and digestibility of your food. With over 250 recipes for herbal oils, vinegars, pestos, dressings, salts, cordials, syrups, smoothies and more, The Herbal Kitchen provides the information necessary to prepare, store, and use herbs, and create a long term healthcare plan. The Herbal Kitchen will help you to recognize the extraordinary pharmacy that already exists in your own kitchenone that will boost immunity, heal sickness, enhance energy, and ensure overall health and vitality, all without the need for fancy equipment or specialty products.
Three Hands Press, 2017. Limited Edition in dust jacket, printed on heavy art stock and featuring the original and evocative images of Marzena Ablewska, known for her disturbing depictions of botanical specimens, diablerie, and the sinister feminine. This work examines the history and magic of herbs associated with Satan and his minions, delving into the folklore of ancient Europe and the British Isles. Boyer contributed an excellent article on seed in European folk magic in the new WYRD journal offered below. This new book examines the diabolical concept of the Wild Adversary and the Devil's Garden, Temptation, plants that harm and curse such as Blackberry, Stinging Nettle, Briar Rose, and Thistle, poisonous plants, herbs of evil omen, protective herbs, or even those Plants to keep the Dark Prince at bay. 176 pages. Tall octavo.