Color Casting for Wiccans: Correspondences for More Powerful Spells

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Citadel Press, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 175 pages
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Experienced witches long ago deciphered the universal language of color and learned to use it in spell casting. Now, even a novice can learn color's secrets and how to match the right hue to the intent of a spell. For easy reference, each color is presented in a separate chapter. Along with the properties of each particular color, "Color Casting for Wiccans" gives instructions for proper color use and information on when to use this magick -- when to keep it secret, how to cast a circle, and how to prepare and maintain spell-casting tools, candles, oils, and herbs.
 

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This book has excellent spells and includes the herbs oils and ingredients listed effectively for the beginner and experienced alike. This book is wonderful for the advanced worker because it does not ... Read full review

Contents

Spells That Are White
5
Spells That Are Yellow
13
Spells That Are Blue
29
Spells That Are Pink
41
Spells That Are Red
55
Spells That Are Orange
67
Spells That Are Green
77
Spells That Are Purple
89
Spells That Are Gold
103
Have Success That Is Blessed by the Gods To Remove
117
Spells That Are Gray
139
Spells That Are Black
157
The Sorceresss Sources
173
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Graham Moon is Professor of Health Services Research at the Institute for the Geography of Health, University of Portsmouth. His current research interests focus on the geographies of health related behaviour, particularly, smoking and drinking, and the geographies of primary health care reforms.
Myles Gould is lecturer in geography at the Department of Geography, University of Leeds. His research interests focus on the quantative analysis of secondary information on health and health care.

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