Witchcraft: A Handbook Of Magic Spells And Potions
  • Witchcraft: A Handbook Of Magic Spells And Potions
  • Witchcraft: A Handbook Of Magic Spells And Potions
  • Witchcraft: A Handbook Of Magic Spells And Potions
ISBN: 1577151240
EAN13: 9781577151241
Language: English
Release Date: May 15, 2016
Pages: 274
Dimensions: 1" H x 8.3" L x 5.7" W
Weight: 0.93 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Tap into the magic all around you with Witchcraft, an illustrated guide to ancient potions, spells, chants, rituals, and incantations from around the world.

Learn how to form a spirit circle with coven members, what instruments you need for your craft, special conjurations for each day of the week, and hundreds of crafty spells and potions that will allow you to:

  • Banish headaches
  • Keep your home safe
  • Envision your future spouse
  • Win riches
  • Communicate with animals
  • Conceive a child
  • Summon the dead
  • Make it snow
  • Separate lovers
  • Know your future
  • And more

Spells are conveniently organized by purpose: safekeeping spells, healing spells and potions, spells against enemies, counter-spells, luck and fortune spells, love and matchmaking spells, weather and earth spells, spells to cast on animals, power spells, and communing with the dead.

With stunning linoleum-cut illustrations by artist Melissa West that bring the magic of the past to life, this comprehensive compendium is also a delightful page-turner that's full of unexpected treasures. Place it in a sacred place in your home--and make sure no enemies find it to access its inestimable powers

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   It's a mock of paganism
It's just a matter of time, I feel like it mocks our pagan faith. I'm not a circus kid, and I was hoping for more knowledge not a joke! Yes, I'm a witch all year long.
   Factory defect.
The book was unable to open, it had been put together in the factory backwards, so it was bound on one end and the free pages were glued to the back.
   Not appropriate, potentially dangerous
I couldn't get more than a chapter in. All the spells were performed using the names of entities that I am completely unfamiliar with. I personally don't think that you should encode any entity that you don't have a personal bond with. It had a prayer to a male God, and I almost exclusively pray to my own Goddess, Brigid. It was a total disappointment, said Blair. Stereotype is what I call it.
   Beautiful, quality hardback you can't stop reading:3
It's a fine book, well made, fine pages and lovely illustrations. Broom is a must-have if you park your broom. Beautifully written, well-researched and well-placed criticism of authority figures. A++++++ performance.
   Witchcraft for Beginners.
The book is lovely, I love it that you can understand the words I love the beautiful decoration perfect reading material, it definitely recommend this book!
A great book. Some people find it offensive, even though the FCC says 95 percent of Americans support the law. But you have to realize that the spells in here are what they did in the old days. So if you don't like it exactly then just tweak it, because it's a great book. Ppl just want to complain about anything they can.
   It's not a book for everyone but has value.
Now all you reviewers who were getting all jacked up about this book not being Wiccan need to spend a little more time with this book, especially the index which tells you where this stuff comes from. It's just that the book is not Wiccan. Witchcraft is a religion of many names, and in most all religions. In this book, you will find an introduction to magic, charms and practices from many religions, traditions and cultures.
This is a campy, folksy, hodgepodge collection of poppycock superstitious goobly-gock. No serious Witch would be caught dead with it in their occult library other than to create a book of shadows by pasting their own spells over the pages so that the fabulous book cover doesn't go to waste, he said.
   written as though witchcraft is a costume
The book is a really hard sell. The spells themselves are organized and useful to draw inspiration from, but they are useless otherwise. It's just that, pulling these practices from so many cultures feels disorganized and also a little disrespectful, because they don't provide any background or context for their significance. It's nice to look at all this book, but that's about as useful as it is to me.
   Not a real portrayal of witchcraft, avoid this garbage.
Even if you read the entire thing, it's still uncomfortable. I am agnostic but i greatly enjoy studying and reading up on religions, i was raised pagan and decided to return to my roots so to speak and feel that i would understand it more. Many a time the Lord's name is mentioned. Paganism is ancient and i just see this as disgusting and insulting, said Dr. Goin. The book was not due my time nor my money. This book i feel does not deserve to be donated as I do not care for all books. It's just that this book belongs in the bin.