Spellcraft for Teens: A Magickal Guide to Writing & Casting Spells

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Llewellyn Publications, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 139 pages
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Wiccan magick for teens written by a real teen witch.
Empower, bewitch, and enchant. Written by a teen witch with her own popular website, SpellCraft for Teens contains fifty-five chants and incantations. In addition, it provides a twelve-step guide to casting a magick circle, an in-depth look at the moon phases, and the magical properties of colors, herbs, and charms. From finding a craft name to performing the three types of love spells, SpellCraft for Teens addresses issues specific to young adults, including telling parents about their interest in Wicca and dealing with gossiping classmates.

- A Wiccan teen writes a simple, step-by-step guide to following the Wiccan path and living a magical life
- An innovative guide that outlines the eleven steps to writing and casting a bewitching spell
- Contains a twelve-step guide to casting a magick circle
- Provides fifty-five chants and incantations for fourteen magical purposes

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hi i am a witch to and i had know idea till my mum told me and i read your book i did all the spells made a book of shadows i am only 11 years old

About the author (2002)

Gwinevere Rain, is the author of three books, Spellcraft for Teens (Llewellyn), Moonbeams & Shooting Stars (Prentice Hall) and Confessions of a Teenage Witch (Perigree). She runs an e-zine, Copper Moon (www.Copper-Moon.com), is co-owner of the online store Sacred Moon Gifts (www.SacredMoonGifts.com) and also maintains her popular author site Gothic Rain (www.Gothic-Rain.com). She lives in Florida where she is currently attending college.

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