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Money Magic Mastery by Siobhan A Monroe

Money Magic Mastery

by Siobhan A Monroe

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0955523788, Paperback)

If you're after another get-rich-quick book full of flim-flam and the same boring old candle-magic visualisations then look away now... If you want a deeper philosophical, sociological and magical look at money, then this is the book for you. This small book contains powerful and rapid methods to increase and accelerate your ability to make, and keep, your money. Included is a Dragon's Den ritual, magical ways to mess with the Lottery draw, how to avoid scammers (in magic and general life), the powers of magic in advertising, an exceptionally neat trick to have lost wallets and purses return to you and much more. Also included are some awesome revelations about the symbolic power of money, and how to work with that. The ethics of doing magic for money at all, are discussed, with a conclusion that may be controversial in some pagan circles.

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