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Wicca for Beginners: Handbook for Elemental Magic, Herbal Magic with Nice Harmony

Wiccan Made Easy Guide for Solitary Practitioner with Spells. Wheel Mystery and Witchcraft for Beginners
Narrated by: Lilith Spector
Length: 3 hrs and 16 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Learn to Practice WICCA!

Wicca for Beginners sheds light on the history, magic, and rituals involved in the modern pagan religion of Wicca. 

In its audio, you’ll discover the history of the pagan God and Goddess and how they are viewed through the lens of a peaceful, nature-based faith. 

The Wheel of the Year, sabbats, and esbats will be discussed, as well as the ethical use of magic.

  • Learn about the phases of the moon and how they affect our lives.
  • Discover the names of gods and goddesses, and which areas of life they influence.
  • Learn the magical powers of plants and how you can utilize them in spell work.
  • Discover the powerful, beautiful holidays of a Wiccan year, and how you can incorporate them into your days to tap into nature’s magic!
  • Learn the steps and ingredients necessary to cast your own spells, as well as the ethics behind casting magic.

Wicca for Beginners is a perfect handbook for the curious, the adventurous, and anyone interested in exploring Wicca. 

Plenty of background, history, and description make this an essential tool for both the beginning as well as the seasoned witch. 

Blessed be, and remember - magic is everywhere around us.

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Questions You Should Ask Before Use Magic

Themes of courage, strength, family and the wonder of magic are evident. I especially appreciate the strong environmental message that permeates these books. Protection of our environment and nature is an ongoing theme.

This chapter book series is best suited to readers aged 8 and over. But it's also a lovely set of books to read out loud to younger kids and discuss the plot lines and themes.

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Biggest Magic Mistakes And What You Can Do About T

The Kalika Magic books are atmospheric and filled with spells, magic and ancient lore. It's easy to get caught up in this magical kingdom. The author perfectly describes the land of Gort. As you read the books, you can visualise the varied landscapes of the Kalika Forest, the Disappearing Islands, the Ice Caves, and the city of Ballyndor. In addition, there are plenty of fascinating characters in these books (both good and bad) and the author brings them to life through rich descriptions and dialogue.

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Things You Should Never Do With Magic

The characters’ distinct personalities and the changes they endure bring deeper complexities to the story. The plot line is also rich with parallel and underlying sub-plots that will have readers entangled in its grasp until the end.

Obviously, a prior knowledge of the series is an advantage, however as a stand-alone read the intrigue intensifies as more and more facets are revealed. Indie, Kai, Nima, Jabar and young Willem are tested at every turn as they evade soldiers, uncover old truths of Kalika legends, persevere with ferocious and enigmatic beings, determine who they can trust and above all, believe in themselves to protect the most important things – their family.

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How Not To Become A Loser

Chilling. Haunting. Mysterious. The Kalika Magic series delves into the world of fantasy, adventure and magical realism, underpinned by a foundation of sheer grit, determination and strong relationships.

Fourth in this eight-part collection, The Howling Sands takes us on an exciting yet treacherous journey through and between enchanted realms and arduous climates in a bid to save a land from destruction.

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How To Turn Magic In The Right Way

When my daughter was five, she found the goblins and situations just a little scary, but as a six-year-old she loves them. The writing is mediocre. The characters are never fleshed out. The two main characters seem to have very little supervision from adults. There is nothing distinct about anybody. They could all be the same person. But although the writing is mediocre, it's wonderful for kids to hear stories read out loud, and these are a quick and fun read. And you can find a new vocabulary word here and there to talk about.

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Think You Know How To Control Magic

My eager advanced reader started on them in kindergarten. She checked out one every single week at the school library and still wants more. She gets through 3 to 4 of the series every week now (summer after kindergarten) still loves them. She can summarize the plots, as thin as I find them, and loves to imagine herself in the fairy world. Her twin sister is a beginner but she, too, loves the fairy books. She can't manage the chapter books yet but loves the few versions in the easy reader category. The books seem pretty bland, but I'll take that! Nothing controversial (that I've seen, at least), nothing too scary- but lots of friendship, a little problem solving, and a whole lot of great practice at reading!

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Break All The Rules And Magic

There are so many Rainbow Magic Fairy books, all written under the same made-up author's name, all with similar themes. They seem to all go about like this: two friends are doing some typical childish activities like camping, celebrating a holiday, etc when some bad fairy messes things up, so the title good fairy joins up with the girls to save the day. Every one I've read was benign at worst, and had positive messages of helping others at best. I find the writing to be pretty awful, but for the girl who's just ready for chapter books, the series offers a lot to like. I don't recommend these as a family read-aloud. Save them for when your child wants to read alone. The stories don't have great writing, so saying it aloud doesn't enhance a thing. The characters are entirely indistinguishable, so reading their dialogue aloud just gets muddled, but it's good practice for a beginning reader to follow. The crisis the characters have to solve is so predictable (for a grown-up) that I just wanted to be done, but my kids find it to be actually compelling. Unlike some other early chapty books which I will read aloud (notably the A to Z mysteries), Rainbow Magic books just aren't any fun for adults. My kids, however? They can't get enough!

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Never Worry About Superpower Again

Non Fiction books attract my interest, I have ready The Secret of Rhonda Byrne, that book was good. After that writer released series of books in the same context.

I really am not impressed with all other series. The Magic book does not create any magic, does not tell you anything special.

Writing has been stretched unnecessarily, the writer has talked about same thing again and again and again. If writer would have finished in few pages it would have still hold some value, but because of stretching and repeating same things so many times it lost its value. I will not recommend this book to be read.

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Life-Changing Ways Of Magic

With Daredevil still missing, his shadow looms large over Hell’s Kitchen…and ordinary citizens are starting to feel his absence. Detective Cole North may think he’s stopped Daredevil, but there are bigger problems coming his way! From the moment she returned to full-time Avengers duty in New York City, Captain Marvel’s life has been nonstop…and slightly weird. But she’s about to take on a brand-new threat – and a very old one! When her Kree heritage is exposed to the world in dramatic fashion, Carol goes from most beloved hero to public enemy number one overnight – and it’s pushing her to the darkest edge. Can she save the day even while the world turns on her? Does she want to?

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Steps To Turn Word Into Magic

The issue that changed everything for Marvel’s mighty mutants – and introduced the all-new, all-different X-Men! When the original team goes missing in the South Pacific, only Cyclops remains to lead a rescue mission alongside Professor X’s new recruits from across the globe! Colossus, Storm, Nightcrawler, Banshee, Thunderbird, Sunfire and – of course – Wolverine are the X-Men’s second genesis, heading into action against Krakoa…the island that walks like a man! Can these very different personalities work together to save Jean Grey, Iceman, Angel, Havok and Polaris? From the ashes of the past grow the fires of the future as the X-Men are reinvented for an uncanny new era! It’s one of the all-time great Marvel comic books, boldly re-presented in its original form, ads and all!

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How Magic Is Ripping You Off

'An extraordinary web of characters, the presence of mythical creatures, complex worlds, societies, cultures and languages, the threat of impending battle and good vs. evil.
 In just the space of one 360-page book ('The Howling Sands'), Hughes employs and manipulates all these classic totems of the genre; no mean feat in terms of storytelling. And by all suggestions, the continuing narrative that has come before, establishes the never-ending quest, to no lesser a degree.

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Unbelievable Stories Of Magic

The characters are realistic, and it is so important for young readers to have characters which they can love and others they wonder about. It's part of their growing ability to learn to accept their own feelings and trust their instincts within the safety of a book's pages.
 The plot is amazing and I'm sure kids won't want to put this book down until they have finished it. So, expect an argument if they have started reading this just before bedtime! Once hooked, I'm sure your children will want to read the whole series.

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Confessions Of A Magic

I love reading new books that are written for children who are ready to sink their teeth into longer more complicated stories. As you can judge from the cover this is no fairy story, but it is a great book for mature kids who want to read something of substance.

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Are You Still Wasting Money On Magic

My mum and little brother met you on Saturday at the Newcastle Library. You signed copies of your books for me and Jimmy. Thank you!! What will your next book be called? I can't wait to read it. We are re-reading Emerald Child now. My favourite thing in the books is the sword of Veladin. Jimmy's favourite thing is the spirit animals. My favourite character is Kai.'

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Things That Will Trip You Up In Magic

Karen paints a detailed world of atmosphere, imagination and magical wonder in her descriptions. The book highlights the values of family love, self-belief and environmental care and sustainability, and these will be carried throughout the whole series. Readers from age nine will literally get swept away in the midst of drama and fantasy with The Howling Sands, leaving them breathlessly awaiting the next adventure.

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Mistakes You Don’t Want To Make

They need to understand the spirit world and how the elements – air, water, fire, earth, and the fifth, Akasha (the spark of life) come together to join forces in protecting the land and themselves.

Characters are faced with the ultimate dilemma of falling under the spell of someone who, in reality you should be able to trust; as she releases their innermost fears to set a false strength and use this against them.

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Are You Losing Personality Due To Magic

A prior knowledge of the series is an advantage, however as a stand-alone read the intrigue intensifies as more and more facets are revealed. Indie, Kai, Nima, Jabar and young Willem are tested at every turn as they evade soldiers, uncover old truths of Kalika legends, persevere with ferocious and enigmatic beings, determine who they can trust and above all, believe in themselves to protect the most important things – their family.

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No-Nonsense With Magic

The Magic- Rhonda Byrne is the first inspirational book which I brought for myself and I am glad I did it. It teaches you how to practice gratitude everyday to transform your life.This book in not meant to be read at one or two sittings but is a 28 day exercise to change your life using gratitude.The 28 day program covers all aspects of life, from health to relationships to work and self.

This book has brought a significant changes in my life. I am a more thankful person as a result and it has also helped me view the world with positivity and gratitude.I am already so much more positive each day and I feel better overall.

I would recommend everyone to read this book.

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Actionable Ways To Show Magic

Rhonda byrne has come up with her new book, The Magic.I have already used this book Book is full about gratitude for 28 days and after that there seem to be magic appear in your life, well friends I tried and applied the magic.At times it does works.At times it doesnt, so being on the positive side it is upto once's belief and hardwork to get the things in life, anyways it was a good book.I completed the journey and every day use to write 10 things I was grateful for.Rhonda byrne is a good author and most of the books are related to law of attraction and if you read it you feel really good.so I will definitely recommend her book to everyone.

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  • Asik Khan
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Simple Rule To Herbal Magic

I have the habit of going out for book shop, one day of my shop I came across this book "secret", it has the teachings of some of the highly influential people and businessmen who used the law of attraction. This involves relations, money, health etc.

And the magic is the book sequel of the secret book, secret only shows the definition of law of attraction where as magic gives the training of mind to use the law of attraction. would better if you read magic book after that you have to read magic. One thing that always reminds me thinking of magic is THANKYOU.