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  • #46
    I love this book! I haven't regretted buying it at full price once and i reference it constantly. it has lots of wonderful correspondences and several of her personal rituals and spells as a guideline, though she stresses the importance of creating and enhancing your own- which she makes easier with her correspondences. you might already have it's info covered in other books, but she makes a nice concise reference so you son't have to do too much searching. i haven't even begun to use the herbal remedies and teas etc. in the back either.
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    • #47
      This book is my Bible, man.

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      • #48
        I know this is an old thread but anyways :hairred:

        I really like this book. There are some things that I'll never use in it but there is plenty that I will. I'm not a fan of her other Green Witchcraft books because they are too Wiccan for my tastes, but the Grimoire is very helpful.

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        • #49
          So I was poking around today and wanted to breath new life into this thread. I use Grimoire for a Green Witch as a reference and a jumping off place for writing rituals and I like it a great deal. What do other people think about this book?

          I also got the chance to see Ms Moura's shop in Sanford Florida some years ago and would go again when the opportunity presents itself.


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          • #50
            It was actually the first book I ever bough on witchcraft so it will always have a special place in my library. I like that is an easy reference book to use, is laid out well and contains lots of info. It may sound silly, but I love the pagan versions of traditional holiday carols.
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            • #51
              This is the only book I have of hers. I like it as a starting point, as others have said, and seeing the layout and structures of spells and rituals are super useful for me. I use it as a reference, and I like that it's "no nonsense". It gives me inspiration, ideas, and the ability to adapt ideas as necessary.
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