Bones & Honey: A Heathen Prayer Book Spiral-Bound |

Danielle Dulsky

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This Witch’s devotional is a collection of nature-inspired prayers, mythic incantations, stories, and pagan poetry that can be enjoyed slowly or all at once. It will resonate with anyone looking to soothe the wounds of modernity with eco-devotional language, spellwork, and daily spiritual nourishment.

Danielle Dulsky speaks to the expanding movement of those returning to slow, simple living and cultivating an Earth-inspired, sustainable existence. Organized around thirteen archetypes and their themes, ranging from the Mountain Mage (solitude) and Bone-Witch (grievers) to the Heathen Queen (empowerment) and Shepherd (nurturing), Bones & Honey will carry you to the “third road,” the unforeseen way that arises from the tension of opposites.

Publisher: Ingram Publisher Services
Original Binding: Trade Paperback
Pages: 208 pages
ISBN-10: 1608688925
Item Weight: 0.54 lbs
Dimensions: 6.0 x 0.5 x 9.0 inches
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Bones & Honey offers us a deeper place to go when we need a deeper kind of prayer, the kind that speaks light into darkness.”
— Ora North, author of I Don’t Want to Be an Empath Anymore

“Artfully combines poetic allure with ancient insights, creating a narrative that profoundly touches the contemporary heart. Each page brims with nature-inspired prayers, mythic chants, and tales that rekindle our innate bond to the universe around us.”
— Mat Auryn, bestselling author of Psychic Witch

“Danielle Dulsky . . . gifts readers with another masterfully crafted, visceral, and hauntingly beautiful book. The prose is equal parts eloquent, illumined, and inspiring and will stay with the reader long after they’ve turned the last page.”
— Chris Grosso, author of Indie Spiritualist

Bones & Honey is a book of portals, each one opening to ancient ways of remembrance and reclamation. . . . Dulsky’s words speak straight to the beating heart of the human experience, in all its timeless expressions.”
— Celeste Larsen, author of Heal the Witch Wound
Danielle Dulsky is an Aquarian mischief maker, painter, and word-witch. Author of The Holy Wild, Woman Most Wild, and Sacred Hags Oracle, she teaches internationally, founded the Hag School, and has facilitated circles, embodiment trainings, communal spellwork, and seasonal rituals since 2007.