The Complete Book of Magical Names (Llewellyn’s Modern Witchcraft)

June 25, 2015 - Comment

Are you in search of the perfect magical name for yourself, your child, your house, pets, or business? Do you need ideas for what to call your magical tools or coven? Look no further! With the help of this book, you can find or create a meaningful and powerful name to reflect the true essence

Are you in search of the perfect magical name for yourself, your child, your house, pets, or business? Do you need ideas for what to call your magical tools or coven? Look no further! With the help of this book, you can find or create a meaningful and powerful name to reflect the true essence of anyone, anyplace, or anything.  

The Complete Book of Magical Names is the only compilation of non-biblical names and their meanings in print. Written from a Wiccan perspective, this book lists nearly 5,000 names (with pronunciations) taken from modern and ancient sources: nature, mythology, history, fantasy, literature, magical places, and faraway lands. Names are indexed by the characteristics they invoke (from “abundance” to “wisdom”) to make it easy for you to select a name that captures who you are—and who you hope to become.

There is tremendous energy within names. Ancient people understood this and chose their names carefully. Discover how you, too, can protect, empower, and transform yourself by choosing the magical name that’s meant for you.

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Tindómerel says:

Best baby name book ever! I’m not a Wiccan, just an open minded person. We wanted something different when choosing a name for our baby. This book had TONS of them! It’s really a fun book to read too. I know, who reads a baby name book, right? But really, it was fun. I learned a lot of neat stuff and Wicca sure looks like it’s an interesting religion. We both will get a kick out of telling our baby where her name came from. If you know anyone who’s expecting, give her this. I guarantee she won’t be able to put it…

Anonymous says:

how authentic is it? An interesting book with lots of beautiful names… but how authentic are they? Would you really dare to name your children after the names given in this book? As a Finnish reader I was most amused (and a bit annoyed too) by the Finnish names given in the book. For example Nakki means a sausage in the Finnish language and the proper and right name for the water elf (which is by the way usually seen most evil and tricky in folklore) would have two oh so important dots above the letter a,…

Anonymous says:

Fancy that, a baby name book you’ll want to READ! I was impressed with this book. I find myself referring to it over and over again. It was entertaining to read, surprisingly. I mean, one dosen’t usually READ a baby name book, but this was readable. There were lots of interesting quotes, facinating history of names which I hadn’t ever given much thought to before, and also the interesting folklore surround names. My favorite part was when the author listed her own family’s and other Puritan names such as Flee Fornication, Be Good, and…

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