Aura Reading for Beginners by Richard Webster.
Learn to feel, see, and read the aura. This easy to use guide gives valuable information on related topics such as aura balancing, chakras, crystals, spiritual healing, mood auras and aura protection.
Unlock the Occult Wisdom Of Antiquity And Experience The Awesome Miracle Of Egyptian Magic, Known To Be The Most Powerful Of ALL Time! From the records of the prestigious “Keeper of the Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities” (circa 1895) at the British Museum comes long forgotten knowledge of how to make use of dreams, tap the power of lucky and unlucky days, and utilize talismans and charms initially designed in the distant past and still useful and beneficial today.
Every man, woman and child in ancient Egypt who could afford it wore either a charm or talisman, and for centuries their land was regarded as a nation of powerful magicians and sorcerers who guided their citizens in all matters mystical and spiritual. Hebrew, Greek and Roman writers referred to them as experts in the occult sciences and as possessors of arcane wisdom and knowledge which could, according to the given circumstances, be employed to do either good or harm to man.
Saint Stephen boasts that the great Moses “was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians” and declared that he was “mighty in words and deeds.” There are numerous moments in the life of this remarkable Biblical prophet that demonstrate that he was acquainted with many of the practices of Egyptian magic. It was even said that Moses possessed a “wonderful staff” with which he could work wonders, take control over man and beast and destroy enemies.
Here are the actual spells and formulas utilized by the wizards of this ancient paradise along the Nile, as well as the designs of their most powerful amulets and talismans that have made Egyptian Magic the most commanding form of occultism ever performed at any time during the history of humankind.
Discover the Orishas of Santeria and Yoruba culture, learning the attributes, paths, and other important association for each Sacred Orisha, including the saintly name under which it might also be known.
In order to continue their magical and religious observances safely, the slaves opted for the identification and disguise of the Orishas with some of the Catholic Saints worshipped by the Spaniards. In this manner, they were able to worship their deities under the very noses of the Spaniards without danger of punishment.
The book has been divided into sections, each dealing with a specific Orisha, the attributes, paths or aspects, necklaces, initiations, foods, herbs, legends, and other pertinent information about the particular deity.
Paperback, 126 pages.