Many years ago, when Wicca was just starting to become popular in this country, the magick of the system was based on doing rites and ceremonies, and working with energy. I know this because I was there.
Over the years, more and more folk magicks have been added to Wicca. In Wiccan Magick, Raven Grimassi shows that many of these folk magicks have been gathered from various regions in Europe that are culturally unrelated or disconnected, resulting in inconsistent magickal results.
In many cases, folk magick is simply a collection of fragmented spells and concepts because the actual spells behind them were kept secret from the observers. You can bring back the power and spirituality of Wiccan magick with the Formula Magick spells, techniques, and methods in this book.
Wiccan Magick reveals secrets which were either hidden in numerous occult books, or simply never before assembled and made clear. You'll learn the inner secrets of working with herbs and stones, working with energy and on the astral plane, and much more. Does it require a bit more work, effort, and understanding? Absolutely. But the results can be so powerful and strong that they may surprise even you.
Chances are you've spent a lot of time learning correspondences, working with herbs, and so forth. Isn't it worth your while to learn a bit more that can take all of the magick you've learned and make it stronger and more powerful?
Wiccan Magick shows you how to access the full power and potential of magick, an invaluable tool in the continuing quest of the spirit.
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