Kitchen Witch's Guide to Magickal Tools
A wide variety of implements have held a place of respect in metaphysical practices throughout the world-be it the incense burning during a monk's mantras, the candles lit on a witch's altar, or the animal horn adorning the Shaman's costume. And while we know that tools are simply helpmates to magick, we also know that we come to trust our tools as an important component in many of our spiritual efforts. But what do we really know about them? Where do they come from? What do they truly represent? Ever wondered why the Good Fairy used a wand, and how that translated into modern magickal settings? These questions and many others are answered in Kitchen Witch's Guide to Magickal Tools. It is your gateway to a wonderful adventure - discovering the history, myths, and folklore behind everything in a modern witch's kit. You'll learn how to make many of these tools in your own home, fill them with personal energy, bless them, and care for them.
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