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The Wicca Spellbook - A Witch's Collection of Wiccan Spells Potions and Recipes - cover

The Wicca Spellbook - A Witch's Collection of Wiccan Spells Potions and Recipes

Gerina Dunwich

Publisher: Citadel Press

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Summary

THE WICCA SPELLBOOK Modern Wiccan expert Gerina Dunwich guides today’s witches into developing and utilizing your own powers of will and visualization to achieve positive results. Dunwich also reveals the secrets of spellcraft through easy-to-follow, yet highly powerful magickal formulas. Discover the proper craft and use of amulets, potions, mojo bags, poppets, and much more. In addition to the magickal arts, there are sections on the various methods of divination used by witches, the magickal association of herbs, the eight Sabbats of the Wiccan tradition, and an up-to-date directory of occult shops, publications, and services of interest to the Wiccan community. The Wicca Spellbook is a grimoire of modern Wiccan magick for both novice and seasoned Witches and coveners.

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