Hocus Pocus: Titania's Book of Spells

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Stewart, Tabori, and Chang, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 120 pages
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With a mind open to the possibility of unknown forces, the reader is invited to test the efficacy of magic with the help of Titania's spells. Here are spells and potions to aid and assist in the areas of love, health, wealth, home, family, marriage, business, and anything else ruled by the heart. Some spells involve a little ceremony with a selection of specific ingredients in a particular place at a certain time. Others consist of singing songs or chants, weaving talismans, or making charms, potions, or ointments. Every spell is fully described in recipe form and includes details of the appropriate time and place to perform the spell as well as how long it should take to work. Each introduction describes what the spell is for, where it came from, and in many instances, a case history to prove it works.

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One of Titania's first books, and probably one of the best books she's written. However, there is still the issue I have with her endorsing the use of spells that can mess around with the free will of others. Read full review

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