Magic for Lovers

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Barron's, Jan 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 128 pages
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Here's a special volume for Valentine's Day that will remain in demand long afterwards.

For thousands of years, people have sought help from sorcerers and soothsayers to conjure up the person of their dreams and hold their lover spellbound forever. Magic for Lovers puts this power firmly into its reader's hands by revealing the tools of the world's most mysterious arts. The author describes a wide array of methods for finding and keeping a lover—through magic numbers, tarot cards, dream interpretation, reading tealeaves, and using spells, talismans, and magic incantations. Separate chapters cover astrological readings to determine a potential lover's compatibility and prospects of good health, a numerology system derived from the ancient Kabbalah to find a good marriage partner, the many uses of flowers to communicate messages of love, and much more. Readers learn to use their own natural magic powers in dozens of different ways to bring themselves a rich, sensuous love life. More than 250 color illustrations.

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About the author (2003)

Kathleen McCormack is a sixth-generation psychic, born in Australia and currently living in England, where she writes, lectures, and gives seminars on magic and the tarot. She is also author of Tarot Decoder (0-7641-0677-5) and The Tarot Workbook (0-7641-2227-4), both published in North America by Barron’s.

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