True Magick: A Beginner's Guide

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 356 pages
For fifteen years, Amber K's "little green book" has guided thousands down the life-changing path of magick. Selling more than 200,000 copies, True Magick has truly struck a chord with Witches, Pagans, and magicians around the world.

Presented here for the first time is the revised and expanded anniversary edition of True Magick. It features the same delightful introduction to the history and lore of magick, in addition to several varieties of magick, ranging from shamanism and Norse Magick to Voudun and Qabala. Amber K explains the basics, such as how to find or create ritual tools, establish a temple, plan a ritual, and cast spells safely and ethically. New material includes six more chapters, recommending reading for each chapter, and more than 100 added exercises.

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Introduction to the 15th Anniversary Edition
About Magickand
A Brief History of Magick
First Steps in Magick
Magick and Science 5 The Path Lies Within
Ethics and Hazards
Creating and Performing Ritual
Spellcraft The Techniques of Magick
Everyday Magick and Daily Spiritual Practices
Your Magickal Education Continues
Change Death and Magick
Glossary of Terms
Elemental Correspondences

The Pyramid of Magick
The Energies of Magick
Magick and Your Health
Creating the Magickal
The Varieties of Magick 12 Nature Magick
Intrinsic and Inner Magick
Getting Ready for Ritual
Colors for Magick
Recommended Reading
Seeds for Meditation
Discussion of Ethical Scenarios
Magicians Through the Ages
Elemental Star Charts

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About the author (2006)

Amber K is a third degree priestess of the Wiccan faith. She was initiated at the Temple of the Pagan Way in Chicago and served on the Council of Elders there. Her books on magick and the Craft have been widely circulated in the United States and Europe, and for nearly 25 years she has traveled across the U.S. teaching the Craft. She has worked with Circle and the Re-Formed Congregation of the Goddess, and served as National First Officer of the Covenant of the Goddess for three terms. She is a founder of Our Lady of the Woods and the Ladywood Tradition of Wicca, and currently is Executive Director of Ardantane, a Wiccan/Pagan seminary is northern New Mexico.

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