I love this cover and series. I have previously read and reviewed The Witches Mirror by Mickie Muller and am now anxious to read all of these guides from Llewellyn.
Discover the fascinating history, tradition, and modern uses of the Book of Shadows. This fun and easy-to-use guide provides essential information on creating and consecrating a Book of Shadows, as well as how to make it a part of your practice.
Learn about the various types of Books of Shadows, their roles throughout history, and how they differ from regular spellbooks. Enjoy advice and excerpts from the grimoires of well-known modern and historical Witches. Explore a wide variety of ideas for what to include in your own Book of Shadows. Like a magical chart showing where you’ve been and where you’re going, this wonderful tool is your personal guide to Witchcraft.
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I normally love Llewellyn publishing ( used to live near them in the 80s and respect them highly). However, I'd want to inspect this one carefully as a solitaryReplyDelete