- Hardcover: 246 pages
- Publisher: Wellfleet Press,U.S. (23 March 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781577151241
- ISBN-13: 978-1577151241
- ASIN: 1577151240
- Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 2.5 x 21.7 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 481 g
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How to use Witchcraft
Welcome to the world of witchery!
The powerful words inside this tome will allow you to effect great change through potions, spells, charms, magic rituals, and incantations. Use them to keep yourself safe, counteract evil, heal disease, find true love, charm animals, obtain great fortune, call upon a storm, speak to the dead, and much more, all through the power of witchcraft and magic.
Time-honored knowledge about the powerful forces that guide our planet comes from all corners of it, so this grimoire combines guidance from many different cultures and religions. Not only does this facilitate you going beyond the realms of traditional American (or even European) witchery, it allows you to consult the spellbooks of the cultures best equipped to administer magic in that area. For instance, while any practitioner of witchcraft would agree that there’s no better revenge spell than one from an Italian witches’ coven, spells about nature and animals are better handled by a soothing Native American shaman’s chant.
And while just about every culture has a spell or potion to cure a cough, if you’re trying to cure drunkenness, it’s best to consult the ancient Gaelic mystics before any others (they recommend procuring an egg from an owl or stork for the drinker’s cup).
Instruments of Witchcraft
- The MagIc Wand
- Smudge Stick
- Boline KnIfe
- Pen and Ink
- Doll Baby (voodoo doll)
- Wish Box
- Silken Cloth
To Promote The Growth Of Hair - Ancient Hindu Incantation
To promote the growth of hair, recite:
Of these three Earths, our Earth verily is the highest. From the surface of these I have now mplucked a remedy.
Thou art the most excellent of remedies, the best of plants, as Soma (the moon) is the lord of the watchers of the night, as Varuna is king among the gods.
Oye wealthy, irresistible plants, ye do generously bestow benefits. And ye strengthen the hair, and, moreover, promote its increase.
To Find Treasure In The Earth - Gypsy Charm
To find treasure in the earth, a magnet made beyond perfection, accompanied by the prime material of which all metals grow, is required.
Take a compass that is beyond perfection, made from prime material. Around the compass, engrave signs representing the various treasures or ores you wish to find beneath the earth. If it is desired now to ascertain what kind of a metal is most likely to be found nearby, consult said compass and place your foot perpendicular to where it shows its attractions, and that is the direction in which treasure may be found.
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This sad excuse for a "Grimoire" I feel is insulting and mocks the religion, Some of these spells are an absolute joke, and this seems more of a mixture of ooh so spooky witchcraft you expect to see in Hollywood and Christianity. Many a time in this book it refers to "our dear lord Jesus Christ." which Paganism predates Christianity and i just see this as disgusting and insulting. I feel ripped off and this book was not due my time nor my money. This book i feel does not even deserve to be donated as I do with all books I do not care for. This book belongs in the bin.
Spells to sprout wings?
I'm offended , we aren't a circus and I was hoping for more knowledge not a joke!
I'm a witch all year long , not just on Halloween.