City Magick: Spells, Rituals, and Symbols for the Urban Witch

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Weiser Books, Aug 1, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages

Today’s urban witch needs to know how to communicate with the electric gods of the city, find the high-rise temples of power, and uncover the magical symbols in everyday graffiti.

This new edition of City Magick, with a new foreword by Judika Illes, author of Pure Magic, offers a modern look at an earth-based religion that has taken root in the concrete jungle. Christopher Penczak shows how to create and live a magical life in the city. Learn how to:Interpret the symbols of graffiti with a magical eyePerform rituals at nightclubsUse everyday items in your home or office to create magickal incense, oils, talismans, and charmsCreate powerful sigils using street signs, graffiti, and city mapsDiscover metropolitan spirits and totems, including spiders, cockroaches, crows, pigeons, and doves.

For the urban witch, this is the ultimate book on making high magic among the skyscrapers and the streets.


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List of Exercises
Introduction to the New Edition
Welcome to the Concrete Jungle
The Three
Metropolitan Spirits
Meeting the Makers
Urban Magick
The Language of the Street
ZOthCentugr Runes CHAPTER 9 As the World Turns
The New Urban Temples
Our Town

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Christopher Penczak is a modern Witch, teacher, and healer. He is the author of the acclaimed Inner Temple of Witchcraft series, , and of Gay Witchcraft. He offers classes and workshops throughout the U.S. Visit him at:

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