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Symbols of The Craft (Witching Stones)

by M. A. Madigan

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Over ten thousand years ago, our ancestors painted religious symbols and images on the walls of their cave dwellings. Throughout the history of human civilization, people of every culture and religious tradition have practiced magic and used divination to obtain the answers to their questions.

Combining divination, magic, and religion, the Witching Stones kit is a unique twist on an ancient theme. Symbols of the Craft is your complete guide to the Witching Stones system. This book shows you how to:
• Bless and charge your stone
• Answer your questions using a variety of divination methods
• Use the system to cast a variety of spells

Those new to the Craft can use the Witching Stones to gain hands-on experience while learning more about the beliefs, symbols, and tools of the witch. Experienced witches will appreciate this unique approach to divination that doubles as a portable set of ceremonial tools.
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