Review: Living Fairy
As you may have heard me say before, my 'go to guru' for all things fairy is fellow Moon Books author, Morgan Daimler.
Her latest book Pagan Portals Living Fairy will be released at the end of November 2020.
This book is to the same high standard I have come to expect from Morgan.
Calling the Othercrowd back through active practice and holy days based on the Pleiades.
The official blurb:
The human world and the Otherworld have always been intrinsically connected just as the beings within them are, but these connections have been strained in the Western world over the last millenia. Cultural and religious shifts have pushed the Other to the fringes and centred humanity in the world and in many spiritual frameworks. As we move into the 21st century the Othercrowd is pushing back, seeking a return to their place in things. Many witches are feeling this shift.
Living Fairy is a look at ways to deepen your practice of fairy witchcraft by actively calling the Good Neighbours back, and connecting to them more experientially. It emphasizes older ways of relating to them within a modern framework, while acknowledging the good and the bad that comes with this work. There is also an emphasis on moving away from solar and lunar holy days into a system focused on the stars, which may perhaps be an older way to relate to both the fairies and our spirituality.
If the world of fairy and making a connection with them, and/or working with a system based on the stars intrigues you then this book is a definite for you.