Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Celtic Lore & Spellcraft of the Dark Goddess: Invoking The Morrigan



I have been waiting for the release of Stephanie Woodfield's book on the dark goddess The Morrigan for some time now. The waiting is almost over. I have pre-ordered this book on my Kindle and will be able to read it on October 1st. A fitting date for this goddess of Samhain.I will be doing a review of this book when I am done reading, which I will begin doing the moment it appears on my Kindle.

For more information on Stephanie Woodfield you can visit her blog here. You can also find her on Facebook.

17 comments:

  1. I think I heard a golfer invoking a Morrigan on the golf course the other day.

    No, wait... that was a Mulligan.

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  2. OK, I'm not a golfer. What or who is a Mulligan and how do you go about invoking it. LOL

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  3. Sweet! I look forward to reading what you have to say about this book. It look intriguing...

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  4. A Mulligan is like a second chance. I'm not sure how they're invoked, but I always hear the raised voices coming from the woods, so it must be a spell.

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  5. Hi Dreamer

    I will post as soon as I read it. I can't wait.

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  6. Hi Eric

    Thanks for the info. I must look for this spell to put in my Book of Shadows.

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  7. Looking forward to your review, Vivienne!

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  8. Hi Little Gothic Horrors

    Thanks, I'll get right on it as soon as possible.

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  9. This sounds awesome in so many ways! Obviously, I like spooky stuff, but I'm also Irish. So I'm looking forward to your review!

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  10. Hi Justine

    I'm Welsh and German so anything celtic and nordic interests me. The Morrigan is very close to my heart so I think this book will be special to me.

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  11. This is going on my must buy list!! I just met the Morrigan for the first time in the Alchemyst series. Makes me think twice about crows nearby lol!

    Thanks for sharing :)

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  12. Morrigan was also the basis for the King Auther Legends...even before the french version..."la Morte de Authur" I look forward to your review.... The Doctor
    the word it gave me to type was "Hecate" with a "k" at the begining (instead of a"c" where it should have been)

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  13. Hi Spookworks

    I have not read the Alchemest series yet, I'll have to give them a try.

    You never know what lesson Raven may be trying to teach you.

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  14. Hi Dr. Theda


    The Morrigan is a very ancient figure and has many guises. I wouldn't be surprised if She has been the influence for many legends.

    I have seen Hekate spelled both ways, I prefer the k.

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  15. I am glat that you like my Grandpa Munster figure I was thinking of my favorite Vampire (since there was no Barlow from "Salems's Lot) ichose ofcourse 1922's Nosferatu ("Silver screen edition") and my favorite vanpire of my childhood...thus G
    "Grandpa" a bit twisted and "gleefully Evil" he had to my representation of Count Dracula... amd Al Lewis was an "over the top" portral on his character...with his bad jokes and his outright "insanity" (they have gone up in price since i purchased mine often $100.oo more)

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  16. I am fascinated by traditional Celtic and African cultures. Looking forward to your review of this book!

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  17. Hi Mantan

    Reading the book now so the review be up soon I hope. I don't know much about the African cultures but would love to learn more. Any books or blog sites you can suggest.

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