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Your Magickal Cat - Feline Magick Lore and Worship - cover

Your Magickal Cat - Feline Magick Lore and Worship

Gerina Dunwich

Publisher: Citadel Press

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YOUR MAGICKAL CATFeline Magick, Lore, and Worship Enter into the mystical world of cats through this unique and comprehensive resource. In Your Magickal Cat, you’ll learn how cats and paganism have been linked together throughout history, and how the cat has acquired the roles of witch’s familiar, deity, omen, healer, shamanic totem, and dream symbol. Also covered are: astrology for cats and their humans, feline divination, hands-on spells, New Age healing techniques, a list of purr-fect names for your familiar, dozens of cat-oriented proverbs, sources and resources, and much more. Cat lovers are sure to be charmed by the legends, lore, poetry, and illustrations within this loving, extensively researched book.

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