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Seasons of the Sacred Earth: Following the Old Ways on an Enchanted Homestead

Seasons of the Sacred Earth: Following the Old Ways on an Enchanted Homestead

by Cliff Seruntine


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"We are just one little family on a small homestead deep in a wild place. What we can do is small, but perhaps through this book we can impart the wisdom we have discovered. It is just this: spirit and enchantment and reality are bound together in a green world full of wonders."

Living Green with the Spirits of the Land

In 2007, the Seruntine family relocated to a secluded Nova Scotia homestead. They made it a point to live gently upon the land by growing and raising their own food, living in balance with the surrounding forest, and honoring Nature's spirits. In return, the land and the spirits looked after them. Seasons of the Sacred Earth follows life deep in their woodland hollow through a magical year. It is a marvelous journey into a place where gardens grow by love and magic, where children romp through enchanted forests, where mystery beckons by light of fireflies. And living close to Nature, they discover an ancient truth: the magical and the mystical are never farther than Earth and Sky.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780738735535
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, LTD.
Publication date: 08/08/2013
Pages: 316
Sales rank: 595,723
Product dimensions: 6.13(w) x 9.13(h) x 0.77(d)

About the Author

Cliff Seruntine (Nova Scotia, Canada) is a naturalist, a practicing shaman, a writer, a fiddler, and has a psychotherapist private practice. Since 2007, he has lived with his family on their semi-remote homestead where they teach classes on buschcraft and homesteading. Visit his blog at CliffSeruntine.wordpress.com.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Maps of Twa Corbies Hollow
October: He Who Walks Among the Trees
Samhain: The Silently Moving People
Traditional Living: Making

November: Little Spirits
December: Cottage Magic
Traditional Living: Animal Talk
January: Stay Home Time
Imbolg: Promises of Imbolg
Traditional Living: Growing the Earth
February: The Elfwood
March: Totemic
Traditional Living: Herbs for Health and Hob
April: The Fair Folk
Bealtaine: The Earth Folk
Traditional Living: Faerie Plates
May: The Stag and the Doe
June: Firefly Nights
Traditional Living: Imbolg: In Milk & "In Cheese"
July: Green Man's Weave
Lughnasadh: Harvest Fire
Traditional Living: A Concert of Owls
August: The Coyote's Tale
September: The Way
Traditional Living: Harvest Cider

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