Founded in 1971, The Witches’ Almanac is a witty, literate, and sophisticated publication that appeals to general readers as well as hard-core Wiccans. At one level, it is a pop reference that will fascinate anyone interested in folklore, mythology, and culture; at another, it is the most sophisticated and wide-ranging annual guide available today for the mystic enthusiast. Modeled after the Old Farmers’ Almanac, it includes information related to the annual moon calendar (weather forecasts and horoscopes), as well as legends, rituals, herbal secrets, mystic incantations, interviews, and many a curious tale of good and evil. Although it is an annual publication, its subject matter is timeless, only about 15 percent of the content is specific to the date range of each issue. The theme of Issue 38 (Spring 2019–Spring 2020) is Animals, friends and familiars Part 2.” b&w illustrations, Edited by Theistic, paperback.
With more in-depth explorations of nature magick and divination, this beautifully illustrated guide to witchcraft is a must for all Wiccans in search of greater knowledge. It covers everything from hedge witches to druids; working with cosmic helpers like angels, gods and goddesses, and spirit guides for a variety of spells; nature magic—from drawing down the moon to psychic plant power; tapping into cosmic power and developing your sixth sense, mastering tarot, using angel numbers, and spiritual astrology. An FAQ section at the end answers the most-asked questions about the craft. A 5.8" x 6.5" hardcover book with 320 pages.
From salutations to the sun in summer to winter healing blessings, here are 120 spells, blessings, and rituals to embrace the changing seasons. In A Spellbook for the Seasons, practitioner of the Craft Sarah Coyne shows readers how to harness the power of the natural world to bring prosperity, romance, fulfillment, creativity, love, happiness, ambition, and opportunity into their lives and homes. Including such rites as smudging with sage in the springtime to cleanse and detox the home, as well as candle and circle rituals in the autumn, this is the perfect spellbook for the modern reader who is interested in celebrating their magical connection to the natural world. A 5.8" x 8" hardcover book with 224 pages.
For love, for money, for career, for home: this comprehensive compendium contains a creative array of 1,001 spells. They cover every conceivable desire, both big (health and healing) and more specific (like selling a house). Twenty different sections, ranging from fertility and travel to protection and justice, contain 50 spells each—culminating in an ultimate “spell to end all spells.” Along with the spells, there’s information on the colors, fragrances, crystals, angels, times of day, and phases of the moon that strengthen each type of magick.
Saint Christopher medals, ankhs, birthstones, four-leaf clovers all are examples of magical objects used for protection or to attract good luck. This introductory guidebook tells you everything you need to know to make or find talismans, amulets, and charms, and use them to improve your life. Author Richard Webster shows you how to create, charge, purify, and empower your own personal magical objects for a variety of purposes, from attracting love to attaining wealth. With protective amulets from around the world and a dictionary of lucky charms, this easy-to-use book is designed so even absolute beginners can achieve success with their own magical objects. Paperback 264 pages. By Richard Webster.
This new edition of Ancient Egyptian Magic takes you step-by step through Egyptian religions, magical philosophy, techniques of divination, and magical formulae thousands of years old. No previous experience with the subject is necessary--Harris explains the "how" and "why" of magical tools, amulets, words of power, divination, ceremony, and spells. Advanced practitioners will find especially useful instruction on actual Egyptian magical script as found in the ancient papyri such as The Leyden Papyrus, The Papyrus Ani (the Egyptian Book of the Dead), and other important works. Learn to: •Invoke Egyptian gods and spirits for divination and magic •Scry with fire, oil, and water •Evoke messengers and spirits of the dead •Have dream visions •Sound the secret names of the deities.
Practical, inspirational, and comprehensive, The Big Book of Practical Spells is a useful tool and resource for beginners and experienced devotees of the magical arts. Here in one majestic volume is a basic introduction to magic; a psychic glossary; a primer on the four elements, colors, and magical supplies (including minerals and botanicals); and a compendium of spells for any situation you may face. With Judika Illes as your guide, you will learn how to enhance your psychic power, cleanse your aura, protect yourself from malevolent powers, and create and use a wide variety of spells. There are spells for marriage, fertility, pregnancy prevention, babies and children, money, healing, and transitioning to the next life. These are spells that will help make life easier, more productive, and stress free. Previously published as Pure Magic.
Here is the first contemporary guide to the transformative powers of essential oils for use in spellcraft and the cultivation of ritual power. From rose-scented rosaries to the lingering aroma of frankincense, and the cleansing energy of white sage, Amy Blackthorn-- the woman behind Blackthorn Hoodoo Blends --will take you on a journey beyond the soothing, healing power of scents into their hidden realms and their use in prayer, meditation, and shamanic journeying. One of the very first of its kind, this book includes: The rich history and lore of scent-related magic Over 135 essential oil recipes and craft projects An explanation of how magical aromatherapy can enhance divination with tarot and runes Practical information regarding the purchasing, blending, and storing of essential oils.
Take your magical work with crystals to a new level with this hands-on guide packed with spells, rituals, and methods for using stones in creative ways. Wiccan author Ember Grant explores crystal magic in depth in this practical manual. Learn about the types of crystals, rocks, and gemstones, and get tips on purchasing, cleansing, charging, and storing them. Explore methods of magic such as crystal grids and numerology, quartz points and clusters, metals and alchemy, glass and sand magic, magical jewelry, elixirs, personal power stones, meditation, and divination. Find dozens of spells that you can use for home and garden, health, love, problem solving, dreams, astral travel, and much more. Practice the exercises to expand your knowledge, and copy the grids to create your own layouts. Extensive appendices of correspondences and a glossary make this guide useful for beginners as well.
Beautiful to behold and sacred throughout time, flowers hold powerful nature magick, entwined with the rhythms of the Earth. Work with flowers to create your own powerful and divine spells for the change, support, and inspiration you seek in life, love, and happiness. Along with 60 sacred flower spells from Cheralyn Darcey's personal nature grimoire, The Book of Flower Spells includes spell-casting and spell-crafting basics, information on magical gardening and supply sourcing, and dedicated lessons on how to write and cast your own spells. To complete your treasury of flower nature magick, a beautifully illustrated personal grimoire journal section is provided as a place for you to keep your flower spells.
This gorgeously illustrated book will greatly enhance your every day with secrets, spells, and witchy wisdom, passed down through many generations and collected in one place for the first time by bestselling author Cerridwen Greenleaf. Filled with recipes and rituals, The Book of Kitchen Witchery explores every aspect of “the good life,” from how to create an altar as your personal power center to which herbs and plants have properties to heal and how to cook enchanting meals for all occasions, along with green Wicca ways to grow your own Garden of Eden. The kitchen of a witch is a thing to behold—a sacred space where good health, abundance, luck, and love can be conjured. Cerridwen Greenleaf has gathered her years of spellcraft in this vibrant volume containing everything you need to know to increase your bliss quotient.
Buckland’s Book of Saxon Witchcraft was one of the first books to explore Wicca from a solitary perspective. Originally written 30 years ago to correct abuses he saw occurring in covens, Buckland offered Wiccan seekers an introductory text on Saxon witchcraft or Seax-Wicca, which can be practiced alone. Buckland presents meticulously researched information on the time-honored tradition of Saxon witchcraft. He writes cogently and informatively about the history, mythology, spiritual practices, and witchcraft of Saxon England.
This collection of spells, rituals and magic routines provides easily-learned instructions on how to set up a ritual and temple space, and will appeal to a variety of new age spiritual readers; especially those relatively new to the genre. From making a simple talisman to understanding circles of power and the power of moon and stars, Phillip Cooper's Candle Magic provides explanations which are easy to absorb.
Written as a practical introduction to natural magic, this workbook serves as a practical reference for the practicing magician. It contains over 100 useful spells from a wide variety of magical traditions from all over the world. The clear, complete instructions detail how to make and work with water spells, baths, sprinkles, incense, oils, and herbs. Also included are spoken spells, and written spells passed down to and developed by the author. By Draja Michaharic, paperback.
This beautiful collection is more than a coloring book . . . it's also a spellbook of powerful magick. Inside, you'll find colorable picture spells for love, confidence, inspiration, luck, strength, and more. Each spell is thoughtfully composed with powerful symbols that help you focus while spellcasting. These lovely and powerful images make magick fun!
Richard Webster offers an astonishing number of ways to use stimulating reds, soothing blues, and every other color of the rainbow to our advantage. Webster begins with an overall picture of each color's major aspects—its psychological influence, healing qualities, emotional impact, and magical characteristics. From there, readers learn a multitude of color-based techniques involving astrology, the aura, candle magic, chakras, color rituals, crystals and gemstones, Feng Shui, flower magic, mandalas, meditation, numerology, and visualization. Webster demonstrates how color can be used to attract good luck, heal illness, reduce stress, create harmony in the home, overcome depression, solve problems, and magically enhance one's life in a variety of ways.
All inclusive, the Compendium of Herbal Magick by Paul Beyerl describes over 330 herbs in over 100 illustrations and information on altars, astral work, clairvoyance, Goddess and Deity worship, and what herbs have what astrological associations.