Wisdom of the Constellations for Wiccans & Pagans
are drawn by the glamour of the moon as we celebrate its shining
fullness with our esbats. And although we may follow the turning
wheel of the zodiac, how many of us can pick out constellations
in the night sky?
Star Magic explores the night sky and shows you when
and what to look for. It examines the mythology of the constellations,
and provides a new interpretation that is relevant to Pagan and
Wiccan ritual and magic. This book includes the basics on working
with energy and how to engage star energy.
the Wheel of the Year turns the earth and heavens, the book is
organized according to season. Each chapter provides details on
where to locate constellations and what you can expect to see.
Also included is the history associated with each constellation,
particulars on their notable stars, and a modern interpretation
for use in magic, ritual, divination, astral travel, and other
and Pagans may want to take a closer look at the constellations
for the simple fact that our basic and most recognizable symbol,
the pentagram, is a star. Also, the widely-used Charge of the
Goddess begins: “Hear ye the words of the Star Goddess,
she is the dust of whose feet are the hosts of heaven, and whose
body encircles the universe.” It seems as though we reach
for the stars, but we don’t work with their energy. Star
Magic changes that by bringing the power of the constellations
into your hands.
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