Practical Candle Burning : Spells and Rituals for Every Purpose, Paperback Book

Practical Candle Burning : Spells and Rituals for Every Purpose Paperback

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Updated and reorganised this book has already sold over 300,000 copies - a classic magickal text From the popular author of Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft over 400,000 copies sold Filled with simple candle rites that get real results Includes 37 rituals - adapted for Christians and Pagans - can easily be performed at home No prior knowledge needed - diagrams make this an ideal primer for beginners Practical Candleburning Rituals is one of Buckland's most popular books, and rightly so.

Hundreds of thousands of people use it as a guide to simple, practical, powerful, and usable magic on a daily basis.

There are three reasons you should use this book, too.

First, if you have never done any sort of magic before, this book is an ideal introduction to the subject from a practical point of view.

Second, although many people are involved in Pagan religions, many others are involved in Christianity.

Most of the rituals in this book are presented in two ways, one for Pagans and one for Christians.

This book can really be used by just about anyone. Third, by practicing the techniques in this book, you'll learn the underpinnings of magic. In no time you'll be able to come up with your own rituals based on the ones listed.

When you can design your own rituals, and be successful with them, you will truly be a magician. And the place to start is with this book.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 210 pages, ill
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications,U.S.
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  • Category: Magic, spells & alchemy
  • ISBN: 9780875420486



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Great book on candle magick. Lots of information that you'll find useful for non-candle magick as well. Candles are my preferred spellwork, so I found this to be particularly useful. But the lists of correspondences and associations of colors, etc. will be useful for all. This book also gives information on how to make the ceremonies less Pagan and more Christian in nature.

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This is an "okay" book for an absolute beginner, could have done with less Christianising but for a kick start into magic, it's fine.

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