The Element Encyclopedia of 1000 Spells
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The Element Encyclopedia of 1000 Spells (Element Encyclopedia)

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"The Element Encyclopedia of 1000 Spells is an authoritative treasure to the trove of spells and rituals rooted in magical and spiritual traditions from all over the world. Featuring centuries-old magic as well as modern rituals to help you improve the quality of everyday life, it includes essential spealls for love, luck, success, enhanced psychic wealth, spiritual peach...more
Paperback, 566 pages
Published November 28th 2004 by Harper Element (first published 2004)
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Loads of spells to read and add to you collections. Some are a bit naff but others such as the candle spells could really be used to build some energy when wishing. The extra information in the book is interesting giving you a bit of background on where the spell originated from and what it was used for. A good book to have in your collection, if your into this sort of thing that is.
This book is a very detailed guide to spells that has actual spells in it. Now I myself don't believe, but I find it fun to pretend. The detail with which this book has been written really allows the magic to come alive.
Clear away the neo-pagan fluff and there's a halfway decent formulary and traditional Hoodoo. Not 100% authentic nor complete (which is why I'm only giving it 4 stars), but a good basic reference book in a pinch.
I will be referencing this book for years to come! Spells, how to make them, things to use and in different ways. This has it all!
The only set back is there are no pictures of things such as herbs.
Dupsie Oriyomi
My reference book for all thingsw magical. A must have in every practioners library.
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Born in New York City, my metaphysical career began early: My first encounter with tarot cards at age six was also my first experience of love at first sight! That passion still burns true. Although I do practice other forms of divination, tarot remains the foundation of my practice.

A lifelong pursuit of metaphysical wisdom followed and continues: astrology, mythology, Kabbalah, the Egyptian myst...more
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