The author introduces magical ethics and how to use magic in everyday life at the beginning of the book. The detailed illustrated multi-index at the back lets the reader locate specific spells.
Need help to find new love or a better job, get a cranky boss to lighten up, release stress or simply find a parking space? The Witch’s Journal is full of charms, spells, potions, enchantments, lore and simple rituals.
Unlike many spell books, the tools and ingredients listed in these pages are common household items (and if not, then an easy-to-find alternative is recommended). Pitched at apprentice spellcasters, the content is presented in a graphic and attractive way making it a book to dip in and dip out of, learning as you go.
Based on Wiccan philosophy, this book provides practical, hands-on information for spellcraft that is easy to understand and simple to use. It offers a complete magical introduction, including creating a sacred place, magical ethics, the magical properties of colour, common herbs, stones and flowers.
About the Author
Selene Silverwind has been a practising witchcraft for over 15 years. She has taught workshops on love magic at Pagan conventions and book shops and is the author of two Wiccan romance novels and two non-fiction guides: Magic for Lovers and The Everything Paganism Book.
Silverwind is also a co-founder of Pagan Pride Los Angeles, a religious tolerance group affiliated with the Pagan Pride.