The Only Wiccan Spell Book You'll Ever Need: For Love, Happiness, and Prosperity

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Adams Media, Aug 6, 2004 - Religion - 224 pages
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The Only Wiccan Spell Book You'll Ever Need, by noted Wiccan authorities Marian Singer and Trish MacGregor, is your perfect primer to understanding the basics of Wiccan philosophy and ideology. Starting with a brief rundown of Witchcraft tools and symbols, this handy reference helps you create spells for virtually every aspect of your life:
  • Business
  • Creativity
  • Health
  • Love
  • Personal power
  • Prosperity, luck, and abundance
  • Travel
Filled with myriad examples, simple instructions, and recipes that incorporate easy-to-find ingredients, The Only Wiccan Spell Book You'll Ever Need will have you creating your own magick in no time.

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Chapter2 Belief Intent and the Magickal WorldAround Us
Power Spots Creating the Proper Ambiance Casting Your Circle
Chapter5 Spellcraft Fundamentals
of Using Handy Magickal Objects Adapting Spells Creating
Spells for Love
Chapter8 Spells forHealth
Spells for Lean Times
The Power of Your Will A Spell to Expand SelfAwareness A Spell
Spells for Business
Spells for Travel
Balloon Magick Magickal Objects Bubble Magick A Wish

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Page 6 - An' ye harm none, do what ye will. What ye send forth comes back to thee, So ever mind the Rule of Three. Follow this with mind and heart, And merry ye meet, and merry ye part.
Page 8 - While the Craft recognizes that life feeds on life and that we must kill in order to survive, life is never taken needlessly, never squandered or wasted. Serving the...
Page 8 - That-Which-Cannot-Be-Told" is the Goddess. The Goddess has infinite aspects and thousands of names — She is the reality behind many metaphors. She is reality, the manifest deity, omnipresent in all of life, in each of us. The Goddess is not separate from the world — She is the world, and all things in it: moon, sun, earth, star, stone, seed, flowing river, wind, wave, leaf and branch, bud and blossom, fang and claw, woman and man.

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Marian Singer, author of Magick for the Wild Woman is an expert on Wicca, Witchcraft and goddess traditions. She frequently gives lectures and workshops around the USA and has appeared on several television shows.

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