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Witchcraft: Theory and Practice (edition 2000)

by Ly de Angeles

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Are you ready to open yourself to the divine powers in order to bring beauty into your life, happiness to your heart, and strength to your will? Then you'll want to get Witchcraft: Theory and Practiceby Ly de Angeles. With more than three decades of experience she has learned how to bring the teachings alive, combining modern with ancient, so you can better understand the true potential and depth of Witchcraft. Within the pages of this book you will find the secrets and techniques to become a Witch. These can be divided into three categories: philosophical disciplines, spiritual beliefs, and practical techniques. Each part gets a focus in this book. In the first section, you will: Learn meditation and how it can be used for ritual Discover the secrets of visualization, telepathy, and personal power Use the self-analysis techniques to discover who you are and never walk in anyone's shadow   In the second section you can: Uncover the essence of the God and Goddess Discover the festivals of Witchcraft Learn how to make and use the tools of Witchcraft Understand how to do rituals, including the rite of self-initiation   And in the final section, you'll: Practice psychic protection, shapeshifting, and banishing Master astral projection Learn to interpret omens This really just barely covers some of the information you will find revealed in these pages. Written in a style that is clear and concise, this book will add to your knowledge of Witchcraft. Whether you are new to the Craft or have been practicing for some time, Witchcraft: Theory and Practicewill impart wisdom that will fascinate and entice. You will be using this book for many years to come.… (more)
Title:Witchcraft: Theory and Practice
Authors:Ly de Angeles
Info:Llewellyn Publications (2000), Paperback, 256 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:religion, spirituality, new age, paganism

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A witch realizes certain powers….represents, rather then worships them…invokes then, fuses with them, emotes and lives with them, recognizes them in the vast forces of nature and beyond.
This comprehensive manual sets forth the tenets of Witchcraft and explains in depth why and how magic works. It includes tried and true methods for developing the magical will, along with religious training, ritual observances, and spell crafting techniques. Theory and Practice also: Describes unique practices such as fith fathing, fetching, shape shifting, and glamouring :Tells how to identify and interpret omens and portents :Includes instructions on astral travel, cleansing, banishing, and hot to make something invisible, :Offers a guided ritual for self initiation.
All things come full circle - reclaim the ancient power that sings within your blood through sacred ritual to the Earth and Moon and Sun and Stars.
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