The Ultimate Reference Book for the Magical Arts
The Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells, a comprehensive guide to the magical arts, features five thousand spells spanning five thousand years of magical history drawn from Earth's every inhabited corner, from ancient to modern Egypt, from old Mesopotamia to today's African Diaspora. There are spells from Celtic, Chinese, Italian, Jewish, Romani, Slavic and Tibetan traditions plus many more. There's practical magic, high ritual magic, spells that demand careful planning and spells to be cast spontaneously, spells one might wish to cast daily as well as spells that should perhaps never be performed, spells whose components include precious resins and priceless gems and spells whose every ingredient is free: ocean water, moonbeams, dirt.
Within The Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells' more than one thousand pages you'll discover:
Better Business and Professional Success Spells
Death Spells: Death and Funeral Spells, Ghosts, Necromancy and Vampires
Dream Spells: Dreams, Insomnia, Astral Projection, Witches Flying Ointments
Plus more . . .
Spells take many forms. Key concepts necessary for successful spell-casting are explained in plain English. In addition to the spells, The Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells includes a guide to various forms of spell-casting including working with:
Animals (Familiars and allies)
Botanicals (in varied forms: dried and fresh herbs, roots, essential oils, flower essences and more)
Elements (air, earth, fire, water)
Minerals (crystals, gemstones, lodestones, holed stones)
and more . . .
Within these pages you'll also find a guide to crafting, charging and working with a wide variety of magical tools.
Contains formulary features recipes for classic charged waters, condition oils, magical inks and powders as well.