The Spell Book for New Witches: Essential Spells to Change Your Life (Paperback)

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An essential beginner's spell book that will change your life

Connect to the power of the natural world, magic your dream job into reality, and protect yourself from bad energy. It's all possible with this spell book written by Witchology Magazine founder Ambrosia Hawthorn.

The Spell Book for New Witches will teach you the art of spellcasting and help you manifest your destiny. Featuring 130 simple spells, it's the perfect book for witchcraft beginners who want to conjure romance, money, health, and more. The spells are pulled from a range of Wicca practices, and the book also includes general knowledge like:

  • How to create an altar-It's important to create a sacred, negativity-free space to perform your spells, ceremonies, and rituals, and this book shows you how to make yours.
  • Witchcraft terminology, best practices, and common misconceptions-Immerse yourself in the world of witchcraft to inform your practice and improve your ability to tap into the spirit world.
  • How to use spells every day-Information about calendars, cycles, and seasons will help you maximize the magic. You also get an ingredient list for a basic witch's pantry to ensure you're ready when you want to spell cast.

Get this beginner book for yourself or the newbie witch in your life to explore the life-transforming power of spells.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781646110643
ISBN-10: 1646110641
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: February 4th, 2020
Pages: 244
Language: English

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