Good-luck charms. Crystal energies. Practical magic. Modern spells via text message. These topics and more are covered in this introductory spell book and guide to meditative visualization—perfect for practitioners and newcomers alike. With chapters on subjects like “Magical Days and Times” and “Twenty-First-Century Spell-casting,” The Little Book of Witchcraft is both accessible and inviting. The recipe-like instructions and bullet-point style give readers a straightforward explanation of some of the key features and principles of Wicca, even as they discover some of the cool modern applications of these practices.
|Publisher:||Andrews McMeel Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||7 MB|
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The Little Book of Witchcraft based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This is a clear and simple overview of what it means to be a witch. It is not overly complicated but it is informational and educational. I read an electronic version via Netgalley but this is the sort of book I prefer to enjoy in a print version. It has clean lines and simple to follow instructions. It covers a variety of topics, laid out in a nice order.