Wicca Spellcraft for Men: A Spellbook for Male Pagans

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Wicca Spellcraft for Men explains the workings of Wiccan spellcraft from a male point of view with special attention to the concerns men face in their day to day life. It provides the scientific principles of spellcraft and sensibly explains both the theory and practice of modern spellcraft.

The book offers examples of spells that can be found in lore. Recipes for incense, oils, and other creations are given...
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Overview

Wicca Spellcraft for Men explains the workings of Wiccan spellcraft from a male point of view with special attention to the concerns men face in their day to day life. It provides the scientific principles of spellcraft and sensibly explains both the theory and practice of modern spellcraft.

The book offers examples of spells that can be found in lore. Recipes for incense, oils, and other creations are given with clear instructions on recording how well these recipes work for the individual and amending the recipes to improve function.
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Wicca Spellcraft For Men presents spellcraft from a male Wiccan perspective, explaining the difference between male and female energy results in spells and exploring how projective energy qualities have almost been ignored in female-dominated Wiccan texts. Wicca Spellcraft For Men is an excellently presented and uniquely informative treatise on male spell differences.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781564144959
  • Publisher: Career Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/2001
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 805,972
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 0.54 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2001

    Very Thought Provoking

    This book raises some very interesting questions and ideas about Magic, Wicca, and Spellcraft in general. It is solidly researched and goes into some much needed detail about the above topics. The effort and enthusiasm of the author shines forth on each page. I look forward to more books from this extremely promising author!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2001

    Good title, Bad subtitle, Great Book!

    I do think this is a good book for both men and women, but I was very impressed that the author would point out that men and women are indeed different, especialy when it comes to casting spells. The only thing I did not like about this book was the subtitle. This is a book about the crafting of spells, so calling it a 'spellbook' is not accurate. Except for that, I have to say Hats off and two thumbs up. This is one that I will recomend to everyone I know.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 31, 2001

    For advanced readers

    Finally, something other than Wicca 101. A logical aproach to spellcraft and magick as opposed to most books on the subject which have no basis outside of role playing games. This book is sure to mark a change in Wiccan literature. If it is as well met as I think it will be, maybe more authors will write to their readers as if we are adults. This book is sure to seperate the boys from the men.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2001

    Wicca for Adults

    After 20 years as a practicing Wiccan, I was amazed to finaly find this book. The author talks to the reader, not down to the reader, in a common sence and practical aproach to both spellcraft and spirituality. Although one would think it would be more common, this is one of the only books on Wiccan Spellcraft that I have found to have anything to do with Wicca. The only thing I can imagine that would realy improve this book is if the title were 'Wicca for Adults' as the author is clearly writting to a mature readership that is already educated in the basics of Wicca.

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