The first book to combine candle burning magic with the power of the Psalms, this book by William Oribello is a great way to seek personal spiritual growth.
Explore how to bring love, money, healing, blessings, and more into your life with over seventy simple spells and rituals.
This easy-to-use, essential guide provides a comprehensive introduction to magical techniques. Learn the basics of spellcasting: timing, correspondence, discipline, intent, projection, grounding, and more in this practical manual. From candles, crystals, and charms to witch bottles, gems, and cords, you’ll study the many forms and tools of magic. You’ll even attain knowledge on how to design your own spells in this accessible guide for the beginning witch.
Spellcasting for Beginners provides everything you need to know about magical practice with clear, concise instruction. Create a basic altar for solitary practice, experiment with nature-based magic, and discover the many uses of potions, recipes, and natural ingredients for your spells. Your witch’s training will be an enjoyable and enlightening experience as you take part in the magical heritage of the craft.
From Reverend William Oribello, this book proclaims spells as the sacred heritage of mankind, and goes on to describe spells as a sacred science, defining them and teaching you how learn, cast, and create your spells of your own.
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.