La historia comienza cuando la anciana curandera, muere y su espíritu inicia un largo viaje y regresa a este mundo para enseñarle a su nieta de varias generaciones sobre los usos de la aromaterapia.
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When she was ten years old, Morwyn resolved to devote her life to developing her psychic potential. She has since developed these abilities, and now teaches others to do the same. She is also a Wiccan priestess and ceremonial magician
Morwyn holds a Ph.D. in Luso-Brazilian Studies and received a Fulbright Dissertation Research Fellowship to Brazil. Her book Magic from Brazil: Recipes, Spells, and Rituals (Llewellyn, September 2001) chronicles those experiences. She has lived in Mexico, Brazil, England, Scotland, Wales, Portugal, Spain, and Italy, speaks five languages, and has studied esoteric traditions in those lands. She is the author of The Complete Book of Psychic Arts: Divination Practices from Around the World which is a compilation of her vast experience.
Under the name Doña Carolina de Silva, she is co-authoring a series of 16 books in Spanish on Wicca and Magick within a fictional framework. La Esencia de la Aromaterapia and El Fuego Angelical are the first two titles in this series. She has also written five books on Witchcraft to date.
In addition, Morwyn writes mystery novels under the pseudonym C.R. Blackmore and is President of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of Sisters in Crime.
Ralph Kite earned a Ph.D. in Ibero-American Studies from the University of New Mexico. He spent several years organizing and directing Peace Corps language training programs at New Mexico and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He continued to pursue interests in different teaching and learning approaches (film, computers, and theater) at the University of Colorado-Boulder where he served as chair for 10 years.~ From Publishers Weekly:
Actually written by Dona Carolina da Silva's granddaughter, Carolina da Silva, these two books answer questions surrounding the guidance of angels and the healing powers of plants and fruits. A professor of Spanish literature in Colorado and a Wicca practitioner, Carolina has searched for her Latina and indigenous roots. Her late grandmother, La Dona, was once an herbalist and healer who lived in New Mexico and communicated with nature and the animals. These books are part of an ongoing series in which Carolina relates the mysteries of the occult as learned from this gifted healer. Deeply informative and laced with humor, their interactions and dialogs often occur by arroyos (streams) or on mountaintops. These conversations result in recipes and rituals, invocations and offerings, secrets and traditions from diverse belief systems, all grounded in science and history. These mini-encyclopedias can be treated as manuals or simply enjoyed. As the author warns, "You are not authorized to discuss what you've learned from your guardian angel or else the magic disappears." Recommended to public libraries and bookstores. Marta Lucia, New York City
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Descripción Llewellyn Espanol, 2000. Trade paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Text in Spanish. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 156 p. Audience: General/trade. Nº de ref. de la librería Alibris_0017433
Descripción Llewellyn Espanol, 2000. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX1567182380
Descripción Llewellyn Espanol, 2000. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1567182380
Descripción Llewellyn Espanol, 2000. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P111567182380