This book is far more than a historical survey of magical techniques throughout the world. It is the most complete book of spells, ceremonies. Complete Book of Spells, Ceremonies & Magic By Migene Gonzalez-Wippler This book is far more than a historical survey of magical techniques throughout the. Results 1 - 30 of 55 Complete Book of Spells, Ceremonies and Magic by Gonzalez-Wippler, Migene and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles.
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This book is far more than a historical survey of magical techniques throughout the world. It is the most complete book of spells, ceremonies, and magic ever. The Complete Book of Spells, Ceremonies, & Magic [Migene Gonzalez-Wippler] on tvnovellas.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Complete Book of Spells, Ceremonies and Magic book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book is far more than a hist.
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Many consider this her best. Includes over rare photos and illustrations.
The Evolution of Magic. The Elements of Magic. Initiation and Adepthood. White versus Black. Weather Control.
Pagans Witches Satanists. The Rites of the Persians and Babylonians. The Rites of the Egyptians.
The Rites of the Jews. The Rites of the Arabs. The Rites of the Greeks and Romans. The Rites of India.
Techniques of Magic. The Four Elements. To start off on a good note, one of the biggest boons of this book is that there is a bibliography. In addition, occasionally there are footnotes to referenced sentences.
This is not something which is very common in new age resource books, and that should be celebrated for what it is. Similarly I should mention that the author specifically has psychology and anthropology degrees, which is not something that I see very often. To get into a heavy handed detail, the book has a lot of material that seems to contradict itself, when it comes to psychology and magic. There have been a couple of examples where the author themselves is participating in a ritual, but is not associating it with a psychological effect.
This makes it harder to follow what exactly magic is as a definition, because it is often elusive and changes by section. Since magic has no specific definition, this allows the book to conflate or correlate every single magical or, in some cases, cultural practices, as the exact same basic thing.
That magic is some how a key component of what makes all of us human. Mostly this can be seen when the author discusses magic and need fulfillment. The main premise is that there are similar goals for a lot of different magic across cultures, such as looking for love, wealth or success, dealing with enemies, and dealing with matters of health.
These similar goals are argued to be the exact same or the same beliefs.
The author wrote a lot of at worst, racist and at least, culturally insensitive things. The author uses slurs for Romani people.
I'll only remind everyone that Martin Luther King Jr, has discussed this at length about why it is a problem that black is associated with these negative things, while white is not associated with anything negative at all. These ceremonial magic traditions take directly out of Jewish mysticism and appropriates them. The problem lies in that the author does not question or point out any of this. Nothing in this book talks about the fact that there are a lot of ceremonial magicians who were directly antisemitic, including ones that this author uses or talks about.
The author happily talks about Kabbalah as just another resource in the wheel house for ceremonial magic and magic in general.
This is something that the author often comes back to, time in and time again throughout the book. Also examined are the theories and history of magic, including its evolution, the gods, the elements, the Kabbalah, the astral plane, ceremonial magic, famous books of magic, and famous magicians.
You will learn about talismanic magic, exorcisms, how to use the I Ching, how to interpret dreams, how to construct and interpret a horoscope, how to read Tarot cards, how to read palms, how to do numerology, and much more. Included are explicit instructions for love spells and talismans; spells for riches and money; weight-loss spells; magic for health and healing; psychic self-defense; spells for luck in gambling; and much more. No magical library is complete without this classic text of magical history, theory, and practical technique.
The author is known for her excellent books on magic.
Many consider this her best. Includes over rare photos and illustrations. From the Publisher: Every once in a while a book comes out that is so good it makes people pay attention. When it first appeared it received wide acclaim in the U. I still have my original copy.