Order Baba Yaga’s Book of Witchcraft at your favorite bookstore, metaphysical shop or get a signed copy at the Parlour of Wonders .
Here are some bookstores/metaphysical shops that I love where you can order Baba Yaga’s Book of Witchcraft or purchase any other books by Madame Pamita:
Bellingham, MA – The Robin’s Nest
Wheat Ridge, CO – Ritualcravt
Dallas, TX – SoulTopia
Santa Cruz, CA – Serpent’s Kiss
Brooklyn, NY – Catland Books
Los Angeles, CA – Stories Books & Cafe
New York, NY – Enchantments
Cleveland, OH – Oktober’s
Online – Rosarium Blends
Online (Canada) – The Witchery
Online (Poland) – Cedrowe Wzgorza
Online (Hungary) – Libristo
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Move Swiftly On Your Own Two Feet, for Baba Yaga You Must Meet
Discover ancient and modern Slavic magical practices through stories told by the legendary Baba Yaga herself. Learn about the magic of the sun, moon, and stars, as well as the magic of weather, animals, seasons, stones, food, beeswax, and more. Each chapter includes a piece of the fairy tale of Vasylyna, comments from Baba Yaga, and hands-on tips and techniques from author Madame Pamita.
Explore magical activities alongside authentic folktales about the birth of the sun and the land of the blessed ones. Step-by-step instructions show you how to stitch Ukrainian folk embroidery motifs into protective charms, weave wreaths from herbs, make enchanted poppets, and work with the spirits of the forest, the hearth, and the sauna. With a bounty of tips and information, this book teaches you to embrace the beauty of these traditional practices and reclaim your personal magic.
Praise for Baba Yaga’s Book of Witchcraft:
“This book is as beautiful as it is helpful.”—J. Allen Cross, author of American Brujeria
“The organic approach taken in this book, rooted fully in its cultures of origin, is truly marvelous.”—Ivo Dominguez Jr., author of The Four Elements of the Wise
“This book introduces us deeply to the folklore, culture, history, sorcery, and ancestry related to the origin of Slavic witchcraft.”—Elhoim Leafar, author of The Magical Art of Crafting Charm Bags
“Pamita brings this enchanting tale to life.”—Theresa Reed, author of Tarot: No Questions Asked
“An essential title that has spoken to my Slavic roots, frequently bringing tears to my eyes.”—Courtney Weber, author of Hekate: Goddess of Witches
“[Pamita and I] grew up with Baba Yaga’s stories in our ears…We wanted to BE her. You can find out why in this book.”—Melissa Cynova, author of Kitchen Table Magic