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Celtic Magic (1990)

by D. J. Conway

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Celtic magic. These words conjure up images of Druids and mystical oak groves, daring Irish warriors, fairies, elves, and ancient deities who took an active part in the lives of the people who worshipped them. Practical and easy to understand, Celtic Magicoffers important features that distinguish it from other books written about the Celts: An in-depth discussion of Celtic culture and customs A complete listing of Celtic myths and deities Step-by-step instructions for spellwork, ritual, meditations, and divination to help you gain insight or make changes in your life This friendly Celtic magic book is designed for both beginners and those who possess intermediate-level magical skills--and anyone who simply has a great interest in Celtic history, lore, and magic.… (more)

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1 vote ibonewits | Oct 29, 2016 |
This is essentially the same book as D.J. Conway's Northern Magic,with the substitution of Celtic names for Norse ones. --AMK
1 vote AdocentynLibrary | Aug 28, 2015 |
Great little fantasy about what Ancient Celtic culture could have been if Wicca had influenced it... or even existed in ancient times. Poorly researched, misappropriation of culture. Books like this are why people believe Wicca is an ancient religion and not a new age religion influenced by ancient beliefs. ( )
  KRaySaulis | Aug 13, 2014 |
i loved it... very informative. and it made me realize some important aspects of the Celtic way of beleifs ( )
  AxelleDarkleigh | Sep 17, 2010 |
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  louvel | Aug 4, 2009 |
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    Celtic Magic - Magical Knowledge for Everyday Life

Celtic Magic is an ancient practice firmly rooted in the Celtic pantheon, Nature and the Elements. Included in this book are the various methods of spellwork, ritual, meditation, and divination that can help you influence or even change certain aspects of your life.
    Learn how to:
  • Gain Money
  • Gain Love [careful with this one]
  • Gain Protection
  • Gain Prophecies
  • Rid yourself of negatives
  • Bind a trouble-maker
  • Strengthen your psychic Shield
  • Promote physical, mental and spiritual health


"An excellent, informative, and practical book on Celtic Magic. He gives much valuable information. The Tables of Correspondence and Tables of Deities alone are worth the cost of the book. For anyone interested in the Celts and/or Magic, this is a must."
~ Raymond Buckland
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