Here we have a few books on Spell Crafting and other related subjects. This is growing as we find new reference works at reasonable prices.
Ray Buckland shows you how to use herbs, stones, visualization and astrology to supercharge your magick. 'The new rituals in this book are powerful methods that go beyond simple spells. Here are new tools for the more advanced student of magick - presented in everyday language'.
The author explores the history and folklore surrounding the eight major Celtic festivals, providing instruction on the medicinal and magical uses of the herbs associated with each celebration as well using herbs for rituals, house blessing, weddings, funerals and naming ceremonies. Filled with practical information, there are also chapters on preparing herbal tinctures, salves, and poultices. An indispensable and comprehensive guide to age-old herbal practices.
'Considered as essential reference book by students of herbalism and magick alike, the lore within this book is enjoyable to read and the knowledge is sound. Scott's personable charm touches every page and brings magick to the reader'.
This is a follow-on book from Scott Cunningham's 'A guide for the solitary practitioner'. It takes you deeper into the craft and guides you if you don't have the support of a Coven. A good book to read from cover to cover and keep for reference.
Raymond Buckland helps create a clear and concise guide to candle magic for the modern Pagan with 'Practical Candleburning Rituals'. Packed full of spells and rituals for every purpose.
James Endredy explores shamanic paths from around the globe and discusses the tools, rituals and beliefs that are common to most traditions. Discover how shamans are chosen and initiated, and how they establish a relationship with power animals, ancestors and other inhabitants of the spirit realm.
A magical 'cookbook' of tried and tested recipes gleaned by Scott Cunningham from a variety of sources, over many active years of practise.
A good introduction to the Druid path for both Wiccans wanting to explore other disciplines and for those who are drawn to the Druid path. Covering the history of Druidism and moving on to more practical aspects of modern day Druidism, Michael Greer opens the door to a spirituality rooted in the living earth with a mix of philosophy, rituals, spiritual practices and lifestyle issues.
An ultimate guide to ingredients for spell casting. An A - Z of of the magical powers and properties of herbs, spices, flowers, vegetables, fruits, metals, crystals, colours and more. Altogether, over 500 ingredients are listed, along with suggested uses. An invaluable reference book for the spell caster. Written with a passion for the 'Craft' and a deep understanding of the needs of modern day Wiccans, this is an indispensable addition to every occult library.
In this beautifully illustrated guide, you'll learn how to combine smudging with techniques from other ancient traditions in order to:
'This book is essential reading for the advanced student, reaching far beyond the basics to delve into topics as diverse as The Burning Times, psychology, astrology, meditation, divination, lucid dreaming and Western Occultism'. 'If you think you know everything there is to know about Wicca, think again'........ Author - Deborah Lipp
A quick reference guide to the Pagan Year with all the Greater and Lesser Sabbats Tuck it inside your Book of Shadows.
A quick reference guide to The Witches Alphabet or Theban Script. Often used to write to write spells or incantation, or for recording in your book of Shadows. A handy 'at a glance' sheet to pop into your book of Shadows ready for when you need it. The witches alphabet guide is Approx A4 size
Learn how to bend time, draw down the moon's energy and use mirror magic. Silver RavenWolf presents a fasinating inroduction to the Craft in 'To ride a Silver Broomstick'.