Wicca

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Jacob Relain
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5,80 MB
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Wicca.pdf
ISBN
2623141437479

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Have you recently found out about Wicca and would like to know more? Does this inclusive and forward-thinking religion appeal to you and your lifestyle? Are you keen to learn rituals, magic and spells? Wicca is the religion that is on everyone's lips right now. Since it first came to prominence in the latter part of the 20th century it has gone from strength to strength and there are now believed to be around 5 million followers from around the world, helping it overtake some other minor religions like Shinto and Rastafarianism. Now, with this book, Wicca: An Advanced Guide to Wiccan Rituals, Witchcraft and Magic (Herbal, Candle and Crystal spells), you can delve deeper than ever into this fascinating practice, with chapters that look at: Wiccan rituals and spells How to create and use the book of shadow Using herbs to create your own herbal magic Crystals and how they are used in Wiccan rituals Using Wiccan tools to cast spells Performing basic rituals And more... If Wicca is something that you have just touched upon until now, then Wicca: An Advanced Guide will take you much further and help you to gain a much deeper understanding of it and how it can be utilised in your daily life. And with advanced and complex rituals, magic and witchcraft, you could soon be casting spells of your own!

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