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Wiccapedia Journal

Author: Shawn Robbins
Publisher: Modern-Day Witch
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A Book of Shadows is a journal where witches record their spells--and this keepsake one, by the authors of Wiccapedia, accompanies that stylish guide. It features basic information distilled from Wiccapedia on spells, key herbs and crystals, moon phases and magick, and more. In the journal portion, witches can note the details of their spellcraft, including the date, ingredients, phase of the moon . . . and results.


The Crystal Witch

Author: Shawn Robbins
Publisher: Sterling Publishing (NY)
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In their follow-up to the popular Wiccapedia and other books in the Modern Witch series, Shawn Robbins and Leanna Greenaway offer readers an authoritative, in-depth guide to crystal magick and spells. They explain how crystal craft works; how to choose and collect magickal stones; and how to care for, charge, program, and house your crystals. They provide information on crystal circles, wands, and sabbats, as well as an A-Z list of the most commonly used crystals and their magical properties. Spells cover everything from protection, healing, and mindfulness to blessings and divination. Readers will learn how to incorporate crystals and gemstones into daily rituals and enhance their lives with healing crystal magick.


The Little Book of Witchcraft

Author: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
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Good-luck charms. Crystal energies. Practical magic. Modern spells via text message. These topics and more are covered in this introductory spell book and guide to meditative visualization—perfect for practitioners and newcomers alike. With chapters on subjects like “Magical Days and Times” and “Twenty-First-Century Spell-casting,” The Little Book of Witchcraft is both accessible and inviting. The recipe-like instructions and bullet-point style give readers a straightforward explanation of some of the key features and principles of Wicca, even as they discover some of the cool modern applications of these practices.