The Episcopal Bookstore, run by the national church, is offering this charming little book, Love Spells, by Teresa Moorey:
Ah, how to capture the magic of true love? Take a handful of rose petals, a scented candle, some silk ribbon, and a little bit of hocus pocus—and nothing could be simpler. Enchantress Teresa Moorey offers a host of tried and tested spells, potions, and rituals that will help you find out just how to bring love into your life. This little volume is filled with spells to find your perfect match, become irresistible, keep a love that’s true, or when Cupid’s arrow has gone astray, mend a broken heart.
Yes, yes, I know what you’re thinking: Surely not! Another pagan in our midst?
Moorey is a pagan all right, and very active in the field. She is the author of Paganism: A Beginner’s Guide, Witchcraft: A Complete Guide, and Spellbound: The Teenage Witch’s Wiccan Handbook.
The Episcopal Bookstore’s web site contains an HTML “tag” instructing “robots” (web indexing programs such Google and Yahoo) to keep out. This means there is no Google cache of the page to which we can link, in case 815 pulls the page. Here’s a screen capture of the page.
[More paganism in the Episcopal Church can be found here and here.]
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