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The Big Book of Candle Magic

Jacki Smith

Publisher: Weiser Books

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Summary

The definitive guide to candle magic, written by a leading authority with over 30 years of experience making magical candles and creating candle spells. Author Jacki Smith, founder of Coventry Creations (currently among the largest and most successful magical supply companies), shares her magical secrets with readers, enabling them to empower themselves through successful spell casting. Her book explains the nature of magic spells and provides examples for a wide variety of purposes including love, money, healing, and protection, liberally punctuated with tips from "Aunt Jacki," deriving from her many years of experience.The Big Book of Candle Magic shows: How to create your own candlesThe basics of crafting your own spellsHow to use basic supplies for everyday magic
Available since: 07/01/2022.
Print length: 320 pages.

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