Popular Wiccan author and priestess Deborah Lipp is back with The Way of Four Spellbook, the companion edition to her successful elemental witchcraft book, The Way of Four. This knowledgeable guide presents never-before-explored magical material, combining elemental work with elemental purpose in a structured spell. Many different magical methods and styles are covered. Spell structure is closely aligned with each element-writing spells for Air magic, soaking and bathing spells for Water magic, sex magic for the element of Fire, and burial and planting magic for Earth spells.
In her friendly and forthright way, Deborah Lipp gives detailed information on the essence of magic and spells, including the meaning of intention, the difference between target and goal, the use of interconnection, sources of power, and magical focus. The Way of Four Spellbook offers a variety of unique methods of spellcasting, including male and female style power-raising techniques, invisibility spells, and libido magic.
Praise for The Way of Four
"The Way of Four is an essential component for any pagan's library . . . An absolute must-read for seekers of elemental and life balance."-Body Mind Spirit Magazine <http://www.saskworld.com/bodymindspirit/edition19/index.htm>
"... a pleasant and positive-toned handbook to achieving balance."
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