MAGICK MADE EASY: Charms, Spells, Potions And Power by Patricia TelescoMAGICK MADE EASY: Charms, Spells, Potions And Power by Patricia Telesco

MAGICK MADE EASY: Charms, Spells, Potions And Power

byPatricia Telesco

Paperback | October 10, 1999

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The latest addition to the popular Made Easy series, 'Magick Made Easy 'gives aspiring witches everything they need to master the art of magic. Clear, easy-to-follow instructions walk readers through spells and potions incorporating more than 300 every

Patricia Telesco is a practicing herbalist, metaphysical lecturer, and author of Goddess in My Pocket, 365 Goddess, and other books on dreams, divination, magick, and Wicca.
Title:MAGICK MADE EASY: Charms, Spells, Potions And PowerFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.25 × 7.38 × 0.72 inPublished:October 10, 1999Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062516302

ISBN - 13:9780062516305

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from About this book This book is about telling how magic worcks. If you are thinking it is a book that cast's spells it isn't. It is about a person telling about what magic really is. When I read this book I found out about real magic, this book taught me that magic is real but you don't need spell's or charms to make it. I will recomend this book to someone that likes to read and want to know about magic.
Date published: 2001-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great book This is a great book for the beginner witch. It is superbly written, and full of help full tidbits.
Date published: 2000-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent This book is excellent when i found it i was looking for a good book to make me laugh and just to see some things and i found it here at chapters its the best book store ever!!!
Date published: 2000-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Good I love the book. It teaches you all the kinds of magic. From spellcasting right down to candle. I must say you have to add this to your collection. And please check out her other books as well.
Date published: 2000-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Magick Made Easy An enjoyable and informative read for the novice Kitchen Witch. Dedicated solely to folk/kitchen magick, it contains no reference to the God and Goddess aspect of Witchcraft, however it's thorough explanation of the magickal properties of common household items will leave you feeling wiser and more confident in your spell-casting abilities. Sprinkled with helpful hints and humourous advice, this book belongs on every Witch's bookshelf.
Date published: 2000-06-23

From Our Editors

Initiates to the fascinating world of Wicca most often want to know, first and foremost, about the art of spells and spell casting. Magick Made Easy is a straightforward, no-nonsense guide to just that, offering aspiring witches clear instructions to a variety of practical and powerful spells. It lets you make the most of 300 common and readily available ingredients to do everything from brew up love potions to cast hexes on particularly vexing persons. With humour and insight, this book in the Made Easy series gives you a handy glimpse into the theories behind magical workings and offers advice on personalizing your own spellbook. 

Editorial Reviews

""Magick Made Easy provides a simple, direct, first step into the world of Wicca for those who are curious about witchcraft but unsure where to start. A well stocked reference text and an introduction to spellcrafting basics that is easy to relate to." -- Francesca De Grandis, author of "Be A Goddess! A Guide to Celtic Spells and Wisdom for Self-Healing, Prosperity, and Great Sex "I found "Magick Made Easy" to be a practical and resourceful guide to folk magick and lore. It is written with warmth and is sure to be a delight for the beginner."-- Raven Grimassi, author of "The Wiccan Mysteries""Patricia Telesco is a four star spiritual chef and in "Magick Made Easy she skillfully blends inspiring insights with useful examples and an impressive list of thoroughly researched, easily available ingredients. With this helpful book, anyone--novice or adept--can create personal magic which nourishes the soul."-- High Priestess Phyllis Curott, J.D., author of "Book of Shadows""This book really does make Magick easy.and understandable and user-friendly! Patricia Telesco makes us understand that we all perform simple magickal acts each day, but rarely do we think about it. The mother who cooks dinner, thinking about how healthy she keeps her family, the jeweler who creates works of art, hoping they will enhance the beauty the wearer, the taxi or bus driver who focuses on delivering their passengers safely to their destination: all these people are performing Magick. Here we find out how wishing works and that by visualizing success in that new job, we can increase the possibilities of good fortune. Thank you, Trish, for clear explanations and inspired insights that make Magick and Wonder accessibleto everyone!"-- Frank and Cate Dalton, organizers of CraftWise"Hurray for Patricia Telesco and "Magick Made Easy!" There are no obscure ingredients to buy, and absolutely no guesswork. With this book, even the Scarecrow could meet with magickal success!"-- Dorothy Morrison, author of "Everyday Magic""If you have been hungering for a book that makes magick easy to understand and use, this is your lucky day! "Magick Made Easy" is a supernatural feast of fun, filled with spellcraft secrets and folk magick fundamentals. Premier kitchen witch Patricia Telesco shows you how to make powerful magick with the ordinary things around your home or workplace. Delightful, empowering, and highly recommended, "Magick Made Easy" is the perfect book for the 21st Century witch!" -- Sirona Knight, author of "Love, Sex, and Magick, The Shapeshifter Tarot, " and Contributing Editor for "Magical Blend" magazine"An undaunting and friendly introduction to magic, full of common sense and with a useful list of correspondences."-- Starhawk, author of "The Spiral Dance