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To Light A Sacred Flame: Practical Witchcraft for the Millenium

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2002

    hmm...

    Because of the nature of B&N's comments guidelines, I can not say everything I'd like to about this title or it's author. What I will say is I believe the author not to write in a powerful manner. Her words lack true spirit and potency, and therefore, though they may be helpful in unlocking certain doors of our minds, I don't believe she can truely guide us or teach us much, through this or her other works. I find this book (and others by S.R.W.) to be very commercial and weak. I advise against the purchace of this book, at least without further investigation into the author. She comes from a VERY well known lineage, and her work reflects that. If you are going to try her writings, why not start with a less expensive book like: Silver's Spells for Prosperity, Or one of her fictional titles about young teenage witches like: Murder at Witches' Bluff: A Novel of Suspense and Magick Or by the witch in a box kit: Teen Witch Kit: Everything You Need to Make Magick! Now everyone can be a witch in seconds! wow! To Light a Sacred Flame is the third book in her series which starts with either Teen Witch or To ride a silver broomstick, then progresses with To stir a magick cauldron...If you are interested in Silver's writings, why not start at the beginning of the set? Though even I must admit, I think this is the best book she's ever published!

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