Elements of Witchcraft: Natural Magick for Teens

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Llewellyn Publications, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 255 pages
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Study and work with the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water and learn many different forms of real magick, including crystal, herb, stone, color, and candle magick. It might not be as flashy as the movies make it seem, but real Witches work magick every day-the magick of the natural world, the magick of the Craft, and especially the magick of the heart and mind.

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If you're a teen interested in Wicca or nature, you won't want to skip this book. This book provides an excellent introduction to the Craft, chockfull of information presented in such a way as to ... Read full review

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So far this is the best how-to for becoming a witch! I'm just starting out and I will buy this book at Barnes and noble this weekend. The most amazing moment of my life was when I did the blue shield spell and I felt a sort if hotness surge through my body when I was done, then I read on and it said hat this happened to people, except it wasn't a negative thought when it did..... It was the most amazing feeling ever! Anyone can become a with if they have the mind for it!  

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Ellen Dugan is the award-winning author of fifteen books, and is known as the "Garden Witch". A psychic-clairvoyant, she has been a practicing Witch for over thirty years. Well known for her candor and humor, she is a Master Gardener, and is the High Priestess of her Coven in the St. Louis area. Ellen teaches classes both online and across the country on Witchery, Psychic Protection, and Magick. She has contributed articles for over twelve years to Llewellyn's Magical Almanac, Witches Datebook, Sabbat Almanac, and Witches Calendar.Ellen's popular magickal books have been translated into over ten foreign languages. When she's not working on her next book project, or keeping up with her family (the kids are out on their own, and the youngest is in Graduate school), Ellen likes to unwind by working in her perennial gardens at home with her husband of 31 years. Ellen wholeheartedly encourages folks to reclaim their personal power and to personalize their Spell-craft. To go outside and connect with the spiritual side of nature. To get their hands dirty and discover the wonder and magick of natural world that surrounds them.Visit her popular syndicated "Blog of Witchery" at www.ellendugan.blogspot.com You can visit her website at www.ellendugan.com

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