Elements of Witchcraft: Natural Magick for Teens

May 11, 2016 - Comment

Study and work with the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water and learn many different forms of real magick, including crystal, herb, stone, color, and candle magick. It might not be as flashy as the movies make it seem, but real Witches work magick every day-the magick of the natural world, the magick

Study and work with the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water and learn many different forms of real magick, including crystal, herb, stone, color, and candle magick. It might not be as flashy as the movies make it seem, but real Witches work magick every day-the magick of the natural world, the magick of the Craft, and especially the magick of the heart and mind.

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Phoenix says:

The Best Beginning Natural Magick Book Out There! If you are looking for a great beginning Magick book, you’ve found it. I discovered Wicca when I was 11 but I had an awful experience with it and an ex-friend. I was discouraged from Magick until my mom got me this book. This book has everything to begin witchcraft, a natural path, or wicca. It has sections on the elements, organizing magickal spaces, making tools, the god and goddess, the sabbats, rituals, and meditations. It has real life examples of spells working (and flopping)…

A Customer says:

A friendly, amazing, wonderful introductory book! Okay, so why do I love this book so much? Maybe I sound a bit like one of those enthusiastic baby-sitters club readers who likes the book no matter what’s inside.Well, I’m not. I love this book for a lot of reasons; a) the author doesn’t expect you to be phenomenally rich, b) the author is friendly and warm c) the spells are simple, purposeful, and all the more powerful d) the writing style is flowing and has strong voice e) the stories of experiences from her own life are enchanting…

Just a Girl says:

A Natural Introduction “Elements of Witchcraft” has a title that says it all. It’s a very element-focused book, and it is geared towards teens. You may find the tone friendly and down-to-earth, or you may find it a bit cheesy and condescending. You can tell a mom wrote the book, and that brings along all the pluses and minuses of that fact.PROS:* It’s an earthy book that doesn’t have the sparkly glitter and murky shadows of some other teen witch books. It’s practical, it directly talks about…

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