Do you work magick with herbs? Stones? The Elements? Most witches use many different forms of magick. But how do you know if your spells are powerful, and what do you do if your spellwork isn't successful? In Wiccan Magick, Raven Grimassi explains the secrets of Wiccan Formula Magick, a system that can make your magick more powerful than ever. It doesn't replace what you know-it enhances it and makes it stronger.
In the past, witches often relied upon far more than "simple" folk magick. A village witch prepared a plot of soil for magickal herbs. The planting was done in the proper phase of the moon. Seeds were blessed. After planting, the witch passed energy to the seeds, visualizing the plant at the peak of its growth.
This comprehensive guide to Wiccan magick shows you how to enhance many forms of folk magick. Learn the magickal properties and uses of herbs. Discover the secrets of magickal gems, including how to charge them with color. Learn how to used charged stones for healing, plus the occult properties and correspondences for many of the most popular stones. Use the raw power of the four elements to give your magick an added boost.
You will learn the secrets of using the astral plane as the key for manifesting your desires. You'll also learn how to do divination on the astral plane. Next you will learn about the five keys of the will, timing, using imagery, directing the energy, and personal balance for doing Wiccan ritual magick.
In one of the most controversial sections of this book, Raven discusses the inner meaning and value of initiation. You'll learn what it really is and how to determine if initiation is right for you. The book concludes with several appendices including correspondences, secrets of dreamwork, a bibliography, and more.
Wiccan Magick will prove to be a valuable reference guide for any Wiccan seeking a greater understanding of what magick is, how it works, and how to make it stronger.
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