The Enchanted Candle: Crafting and Casting Magickal Light (Google eBook)

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Citadel Press, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 273 pages
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In "The Enchanted Candle, practitioner's will learn the significance of candle types and which ones to choose for yourself, where to find altar tools, and how to create the right sacred workspace. Included are practical color guidelines; detailed information on magickal oils, their descriptions and uses; explanations of the best astrological times to perform a particular spell, and an explanation of why candle magic works. The 50 seals to safely inscribe accompanied with a description, the right color candle to use, the right God or Goddess to petition for aide, and the appropriate anointing oil. "The Enchanted Candle also includes: - New formulas: The oils section includes anointments, for each magickal candle so your appeals to the Gods will be heard!- A list of resources, supply shops, and a glossary of terms- Includes a foreword by Lexa Rosean, author of St. Martin's Supermarket Goddess Series- For the last twenty years, Wicca has been the fastest growing religion in North America with 3 to 5 million followers
  

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I own this book in fact the first time I saw this book it was in a Spiral binder and was being used by my very good friend whom owned a Metaphysical store in NJ. that was 13 years ago. If you can get a copy of this amazing work do it. you'll not regret getting it.

Contents

The Elements of Enchanted
5
Enchanted Love Candles
77
Enchanted Money Candles
139
Enchanted Healing Candles
171
Enchanted Protection Candles
193
Enchanted SelfImprovement Candles
208
Enchanted Mother Candles
229
Suggested Reading
239
Gods and Goddesses Glossary
247
Acknowledgments
263
About the Authors
273
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LADY RHEA is the originator of "The Enchanted Candle" used by occult shops world-wide. With Edmund Buczynski, she created the Minoan tradition of Wicca in 1972 and initiated notable Pagan elders such as Carol Bulzone, David Farnham, Lexa Rosean, and bestselling author Phyllis Currott. She has owned several magickal shops including Enchantments in Manhattan and currently, Magickal Realms in the Bronx. Popular as a speaker, Lady Rhea is active in the Pagan Pride movement and produces the NYC Annual Witches Ball every October. Visit her website at www.magickalrealms.com. Lady Rhea lives in New York City.

LeFey is a freelance writer, editor, and first degree priestess of New York City's Coven of Eleuthia. She lives in New York City.

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