A book by Al G. Manning< read all 1 reviews
This book is excellent for anyone who's just starting out in witchcraft. It explains the origin of it, and goes into detail about herbs, and stones. It also explains how to make talismans and other various protection agents.
I'd suggest giving the whole book a read before attempting any of the spells or anything, just so you have a greater understanding of the processes as a whole. The process is very detailed, and is easy to follow along.
My only complaint is that everything isn't in order. For instance, "how to cast a circle" should be one of the first things, but the elements of casting a circle are spread all throughout the book. However, I can't be too mad, because this was one of the very first witchcraft publications in print. So I guess they had to be careful so as not to be banned.
I'd absolutely recommend this to anyone who's interested in practicing witchcraft, or just as a means of understanding other beliefs. You just might be surprised how similar most world religions, and their goals, are.
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