Practical Spellcraft: A First Course in Magic

Practical Spellcraft: A First Course in Magic[PDF / Epub] ☃ Practical Spellcraft: A First Course in Magic By Leanna Greenaway – Tbjewellers.co.uk Now anyone with an earnest desire can learn to cast spells with this intriguing introduction to the craft Written by a practicing witch this all encompassing first course in Wiccan magic simplifies ev Now anyone with an earnest A First ePUB ↠ desire can learn to cast spells with this intriguing introduction to the craft Written by a practicing witch this all encompassing first course in Wiccan magic simplifies everything from Practical Spellcraft: MOBI :´ performing spells to conducting candle rituals to using a talisman Love life gone limp Reinvigorate your relationship with a seductive spell Boss too demanding Use a little magic to help her reconnect with her softer Spellcraft: A First PDF/EPUB ê side Lost your precious pet Bring him back home with a heartfelt incantation With the wealth of Wiccan wisdom in these pages you can choose a spell to improve any aspect of your life from Spellcraft: A First Course in PDF/EPUB ² career and money to health and family well being Upbeat and up to date this volume brings witchcraft into the st century with a modern magic focused on gaining control over your life and understanding your destiny.

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Practical Spellcraft: A First Course in Magic
  • Leanna Greenaway
  • English
  • 28 July 2015
  • 9781402704802

10 thoughts on “Practical Spellcraft: A First Course in Magic

  1. says:

    There are two aspects of this bookThe junk and the spellsSo far the author hasn't done their historical research on anything except the etymology of Wicca There's not a single referenced source It also highlights Wiccan bias merging both witchcraft and Pagan as synonymous with Wicca hint while most Wiccans are witches not all witches are Wiccan For thoe who don't know Paganism is an umbrella term Reconstructionist of Egyptian mythology have absolutely nothing to do with Wicca and nor do the nature based athiestic Humanists This person also approaches Wicca like an ancient tradition In reality it stems from the 1960s While it has influence from the ancient Celtic and the other neo spiritual religions developed around that time that Gardener based his religion off of it's given a very exaggerative feelIronically many of the spells reuire summoning archangels Most Wiccans call upon the Goddess and God; or a deity from a polytheistic pantheon This puts these spells in a suarely Christo Wiccan subset Honestly it seems like a New Ageist decided to pick up the God Goddess the rede a spellbook; and call it Wicca And since I'm reading the 2017 version this is really poor stuff I've read books like Lies My Teacher Told Me and The Ethical Slut which were completely revised in the second edition I wonder what this edition changed All of the information I've stated here is readily available via googleAlso has anyone else here heard of the Goddess creating the God While I understood that they were mates and that some Wiccans put the Goddess on a higher pedestal; this seems a little strange I haven't heard of her creating him before merely then both coming out from the chaos I wonder if perhaps there's some Dianic Wiccan influence hereThat said she does give good advice on love spell safety But I'm not upping it just for that I'm going to test out some of the spells and see if they work If they do I'll boost it to a 2 star If they don't I'll keep it at one

  2. says:

    This book is awful Sick disabled and mentally ill people are there for the benefit of so many of us on our evolutionary roadThat lovely sentiment aside it is also badly written the author contradicts themselves on several occasions and displays no understanding of the cultural and historical origins of witchcraftAn all encompassing first course in Wiccan magic is a lie The author barely touches on the foundations of Wicca instead using this book as a platform to broadcast their own cherry picked methodsWhich would be fine if it admitted that is what it is If you claim to teach the basics of an established religion or path you are reuired to actually know your source materialFull disclosure not a Wiccan I read a lot of witchcraft and Wiccan books from the perspective of a rational sceptic

  3. says:

    The Christo Wiccan subset as previously mentioned is what I like about this book most as I have a strong Baptist backgroundBefore getting to any spellwork the author introduces you to various concepts like a mirror magic techniue you may like to try before spellcasting and then preps you with two spells one to cleanse the home one to change your luck before welcoming you to interesting spells This is what makes this book a great introduction into magic and I have not encountered this influence since Teen Witch by Silver RavenwolfI am currently awaiting the turnout of a spell for hopelessness I did Monday night

  4. says:

    I ask myself Why do I read 101's The answer is simple They remind me of the optimism that I had at the start of my path But also they remind me how far I have come This book isn't a very good book The author really likes their revisionists history Also they came off as holier than thou I don't know how many times I rolled my eyes There are better books out there read them

  5. says:

    Book received from Goodreads GiveawaysI know there are multiple people out there that do not believe in this and that's fine However if you are interested in looking into Wicca as a religious practice or just want a bit information this book does have some good information It is a bit focused on the various spell aspects of the religion rather than the everyday practices or history The book seems to be meant for teens and young adults rather than mature adults though it could be a good starting place for anyone I have my own suggestions for the older crowd on this subject If I were still a priestess of a coven I would definitely suggest this to the members with teens looking into the subject

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