Witchcraft: A Handbook of Magic Spells and Potions by Anastasia Greywolf (2016-05-15)

March 28, 2017 - Comment

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Rhiannon says:

It’s a mock of paganism

Carmen says:

Fake Book About Fake Stuff For Fake Witch Wannabes I have to say this book is pretty disappointing. First of all “Anastasia Greywolf” or David or whatever you real name is, you are using all male Christian Gods and angels. This is not witchcraft but really just some book of made up stuff by someone who was clearly raised Christian and never truly studied witchcraft and it’s true roots and beginnings. There’s literally nothing authentic about this book. The cover is cool and the quality of the book is the best part. Other than that, it’s…

A. Platts says:

Vaguely racist, vaugely Christian, probably no actual anthropological research done in writing this book I bought this book because I was hoping to research pagan religious rites for an art project.While it was interesting reading the opening bit about creating magic circles and whatever, the actual spells seem totally divorced from any historical context or any actual cultural traditions. I don’t think the spells contained within are based in any research of pagan rituals, it seems like the author made most of this stuff up off the top of their head and then assigned it to different…

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