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A Ceremony for Every Occasion, by Siusaidh Ceanadach

Reviewed by BadWitch

If you have ever had a go at writing a ritual for a pagan event, you will know that it isn’t as easy as it might seem.

[Snip] The easy option is to look for a ritual that someone else has already written, ready to use off the peg or with very little adaptation. The problems is there just aren’t enough collections of good, practical and simple to use pagan ceremonies easily available.

A new book called A Ceremony for Every Occasion: The Pagan Wheel of the Year and Rites of Passage goes a long way to plug the gap. Written by Siusaidh Ceanadach, who has run both Druid and Pagan groups, it is a compilation of the best open rituals she has put on over the years.

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