This extraordinary reference covers witches, shamen, voodoo priests and priestesses, and oracles; provides the low-down on pentagrams, exorcisms, coven rituals, and conjuring spirits; and tells how to cast spells for protection, invisibility, and illness prevention. Illustrations.
Offers comprehensive coverage of the history of magic rituals and practices throughout the world, presenting information on voodoo, ancient Egyptian and Hebrew magic, palm reading, secret symbols, astrology, exorcism and spells to overcome enemies and obtain wealth
The Witches Book of Spells, written by Roc Marten, provides essential magic spells for the modern witch. Whether your an experienced practitioner of the magical arts or a beginner 'The Witches Book of Spells' you will be able to benefit from the contents within this book. Whether your looking for Love, Financial Luck, Healing, Protection, Diet, Confidence and Energy, you'll have no problem finding a spell on such topics. Not only does 'The Witches Book of Spells' provide you with over 70 spells, you'll also discover a variety of informative information that will help guide you through your spell work. Topics covered include How Spells Came to Be, Features and Characteristics of a spell, How to Prepare a Spell, Do Spells Really Work, Common Myths about Spells and much more! 'The Witches Book of Spells' will not only educate you on spell work but would also make a fine addition to your spellbook collection.
Spells, Charms & Correspondences for the Bewitching Week
Author: Ellen Dugan
Pubpsher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
This practical easy-to-use guide encourages readers to learn correspondences charts at their own pace--each chapter is dedicated to one day of the week with a small table of magical correspondences and ending with a magical potpourri of sample spells and rituals. Original.
Many spells and charms can take days or even weeks to complete. In Magic When You Need It, Judika Illes offers a collection of super-powered magic to help you right now. Is your career in a slump? Are you being visited by ghosts? Short on cash? Magic When You Need It can help with these problems and more. Divided into four sections: Money and Career; Love, Sex, Marriage, and Children; Home; and Trouble, Magic When You Need It offers 150 spells to help you ? nd a job, meet your soul mate, protect your home, and many more common (and not so common) predicaments. Using simple instructions and ingredients that can be found in your pantry, combined with easy to ? nd magical oils and botanicals, Illes blends Old World and modern magic to provide the reader with safe, effective magical remedies for many of life’s troubles. Carry this book in your purse, your car, or keep it on your kitchen counter for accessible magic year round.
This book is a how-to-do-it of black and white magic, and a how-it-is-done record, showing the magic at work of other times, peoples, places. Within these pages, you'll find special sections on methods of healing, matters of love, the divining arts, how to deal with demons, how to alter the form, how to gain wealth and importance, how to use talismans and how to use magic to create mischief. Here are charms that will chill your bones, answer your most intimate questions, and draw you deeper into the lore of magic than you've ever been before.
More than 100 Time-tested, Easy-to-Use Spells that Really Work
Author: Draja Mickaharic
Pubpsher: Weiser Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Written as a practical introduction to natural magic, this workbook serves as a practical reference for the practicing magician. It contains over 100 useful spells from a wide variety of magical traditions from all over the world. The clear, complete instructions detail how to make and work with water spells, baths, sprinkles, incense, oils, and herbs. Also included are spoken spells, and written spells passed down to and developed by the author.
For the first time text from tablets have been translated into English with substantial translator's introduction revealing the cultural, social and historical context for these spells and tablets of the ancient world.
Annie Finch’s Spells brings together her most memorable and striking poems written over forty years. Finch’s uniquely mysterious voice moves through the book, revealing insights on the classic themes of love, spirituality, death, nature, and the patterns of time. A feminist and pagan, Finch writes poems as “spells” that bring readers to experience words not just in the mind, but in the body. Celebrated for her extraordinary love and knowledge of poetic craft, over the course of her career Finch has shaped her own innovative and radically traditional aesthetic. Her strange but familiar metrical language decenters the Self, creating a new, more open emotional relationship between ourselves, other people, and the world. Spells displays Finch’s virtuosity in a broad range of genres and forms, from lyrics, chants, and narrative poems to performance pieces, poetic drama, and verse translation. The book also includes a number of new and previously unpublished poems, notably her 1980s-era “Lost Poems,” experimental work in meter that prefigures postmodern reclamations of poetic form. This wonderfully talented poet gives voice to the female and earth-centered spirituality of our era. Her emotionally eloquent and rhetorically powerful work will echo in the reader’s ear long after the book is closed. Check for the online reader’s companion at http://spells.site.wesleyan.edu.
A hopeful little frog tries to turn himself into a handsome prince by piecing together the torn pages of a spell book. There's just one problem - although Frog knows all about magical spells, spelling is another matter . . . There are lots of laugh-out-loud moments to share in Spells, a wonderful and inventive story from Kate Greenaway Medal winner, Emily Gravett. Have fun flipping the mix-and-match pages to follow Frog as he struggles through a host of jumbled spell combinations and extraordinary guises (Rabbit? Fabbit?! Prabbit!?!) in search of his fairytale ending.