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The ritual bath in this article is designed to cleanse your body, mind, and soul of everything holding you back from pursuing your goals.
As magicians, we exist in the moment, which means letting go of attachment to outcome. We cannot manifest anything without giving up control.
I was so excited when the Magical Spellcards finally arrived, that I opened the box as I walked home from the post office.
One of the first things you learn about casting spells is that you must have the will to manifest your desires, and you must...
As an artist, it can be frustrating when creativity eludes you. However, as a witch you can always work a little creative magick.
(h)Aurorae, Gabriel McCaughry's visual Gnostic Luciferianism grimoire, aids readers on the path of initiation.
Sorcerer's Screed The Icelandic Book of Magic Spells is highly unusual and tremendously entertaining, the product of the fevered polymathic brain of Skuggi (Shadow), who rejoiced in the given name of Jochum magnus Eggertsson.
The Washing Verse is a versatile spell from the Icelandic grimoire tradition. The main intention behind it is protection. The act of washing is used to remove all the negative projections that people cast on you. It therefore adopts a quality of purification.
There is something so satisfying about a guide entitled, “The only book you’ll ever need” -- especially when, as in this case, the volume is just 125 pages long. This isn’t to say I am credulous, only that I enjoy the idea that one book could cover a topic so authoritatively as to declare itself the only one needed.
Magick has been around for a long time, longer than modern medical science, which explains why there’s such a large section of texts devoted to magically healing people. Traditional Magic Spells for Protection and Healing by Claude Lecouteux gathers noteworthy, if little known these days, practices from around Europe.
Newcomers will love Magical Power For Beginners, and experienced magicians are likely to find something here also -- it’s just a concise and commonsense guide to magick.
Who is a Witch by Rowan Moss with illustrations by T.S. Lamb is a short and sweet book that explains that witches are just like everybody else, a solid read for children ages three to six.