Magic Power of White Witchcraft: Revised for the New Millennium

Magic Power of White Witchcraft: Revised for the New Millennium

by Gavin Frost, Yvonne Frost

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ISBN-13: 9780735200937
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 07/28/1999
Edition description: REVISED
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 517,018
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.66(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Gavin Frost, Ph.D., D.D., and Yvonne Frost, D.D., remain the world's most acclaimed Witches. As husband and wife, they founded the Church and School of Wicca in 1968. They have written more than a dozen books on the occult. They are frequently guests on national televsion and radio, speaking out on behalf of their craft. Both descended from long lines of Witches, they would like to be remembered as humble teachers.

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Magic Power of White Witchcraft: Revised for the New Millennium 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was very good for a person interested in this subject or just starting out. It is very easy to read and explores topics more with examples.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Frosts' present literally hundred of ideas and examples on ways to find happiness and live a more complete life. The examples are practical and down to earth. The emphasis is on recognizing what you have got and what you can do with it if you put your mind to it! One day pondering the idea that psychic powers are available to some degree in all of us, an idea suggested by the Frosts, I decided to see for myself. I had been studying Huna, the so called ancient Hawaiian religion. The Hawaiian Kahunas were purported to be able to control the weather. I decided to see if I could burn a hole through a cloud while lying on Little Beach, Maui. To my own astonishment I was able to do so repeatedly! Today a cloud, tomorrow a burning bush! Dr. Leisure may become a genuine Kahuna yet! Anyway there are countless ideas worth considering in The Magic Power of White Witchcraft. I can understand why the other reviewers would not give their names. I would not want my name associated with a review so far off the mark and potentially libelous. I've added this and other Frosts' books to the pagan component of DrLeisure.com for obvious reasons.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book, to me, wasn't what I expected. It had alot of information about getting people to do things against their will which I am against. It was my first book on WitchCraft, and it provided the interest to further continue my studies. Overall, it could have been better.
EmScape on LibraryThing 10 months ago
This 'Witch book' (as it kept referring to itself) contained 50% practical advice that would work for anyone (particularly prior to the housing bubble implosion) and 50% 'witchcraft' rituals that would make anyone feel silly.One of the first things the Frosts suggest you do is to devote an entire room in your house to the craft as a temple and to paint circles on the floor of that room (at least 6 feet in diameter depending on how tall you are). If you can't do that, move. Or, don't be a witch. The first time I tried to read this book, I gave up right there, thinking that when I got my own place, I'd pick it back up. However, e`very ritual outlined in this book has a decent shot of not working just because the instructions are near impossible. Unbroken wall running north to south with no electric cables in it? Not in my house. Place you can work outdoors, undisturbed? Not in my city. Seriously, the only thing remotely witchy that this book suggested that I could actually do is to make honegar. Which, I did. Still awaiting results on that. Having said all that, though, I do think that a lot of the advice proscribed by the Frosts will definitely produce results. I am sort of scared to state anything overtly negative about this book at all because I'm pretty sure that the authors could make my life terribly unpleasant from right where they are with minimal effort, with the intention of 'teaching me a lesson.'
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Guest More than 1 year ago
the authors seemed to know a lot, but it was mainly about getting what you want, and using Wicca to your advantage. While it had a lot of good information, some parts seemed to discriminate against other religions, and there was so much 'using witchcraft to get what you want' it got frustrating and looked past what Wicca is all about.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I got this book hoping to learn more about Wicca and what it's all about, but instead it seems to be a self-help book for people wanting to get their way in everything. I felt that the information provided was rather useless.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is not White witchcraft it is all about harming white magic will not harm
Guest More than 1 year ago
IT has everything u ever really wanted in a book! it teaches you from scratch if you need it and if not... it teaches you other great lessons! I recommend it to every beginer.