... problems of a non-physical nature, see my book Spiritual Cleansing, which is a
manual of non-physical first aid for those people who may find themselves in
those difficulties. You may also see A Spiritual Workers Spell Book, which
Author: Draja Mickaharic
Some spells from my notes, including some from the famous Papa Jim of San Antonio Texas. I have also included the story of the Unicorn, the Melchadizak myth and several other intereting things. A few spells on domestic concerns are also included
I wrote about this popular prosperity charm in my Spiritual Worker's Spell Book. It
is certainly one of the most popular of the lodestone charms. It is also known as
the Pot of Gold money spell. This spell is so popular that spiritual practitioners ...
Author: Draja Mickaharic
Publisher: Nicolas-Hays, Inc.
From the latches on our kitchen cabinets to the magnetic strips on our credit cards, we take magnetic forces for granted every day. Magnets are a relatively new technology, although people have remarked on naturally-occurring magnets, or loadstones, for hundreds of years. Mickaharic, in his inimitable, no-nonsense style relates the history and folklore of magnets and how they work, and explains several practical uses including improving fuel combustion, descaling water, and charging water for better plant growth. Most of his book is devoted to explaining how the attractive power of magnets can be harnessed in spells and vibrational healing. Mickaharic includes instructions on spells for attracting a job, a lover, or money/ making devices to magnetize oils and potions for increased potency/ making magnetic magic wands/ using magnets with sigils and seals/ making a Mesmer board for vibrational healing/ constructing a device for distant/covert communication/ working with energy rods/ and aura cleansing with magnets. Mickaharic also includes an interesting biography of the flamboyant Antoine Mesmer that rectifies the misunderstandings around his so-called discovery of "animal magnetism" and initiation of the practice of hypnotism.
The Petit Albert, for example, was recently republished as the supposed “Spell
Book” of the “voodoo queen of New ... I found this distinction to be entirely
untenable (and potentially racist); rural spiritual workers (like Western
Author: J. Brent Crosson
"J. Brent Crosson's Experiments with Power opens in Trinidad in 2011 with the declaration of a state of emergency. Arguing that the nation's dramatic upsurge in violence was due to "thugs" and "demons," the government arrested thousands of people, mostly black men from lower-class neighborhoods. Under martial law, the police and military enjoyed near-total impunity and yet, to everyone's surprise, six of the seven police officers involved in civilian deaths were actually arrested for murder. The single-word explanation, in the words of a TV host, was obeah, sorcery. Crosson uses this episode to set up an illuminating ethnography of Trinidad's complex religious ecosystem. Obeah is a pejorative term to describe the activities of Afro-Caribbean spiritual workers, ones long associated with retributive force. Obeah was only decriminalized in Trinidad in 2000, and it remains a crime in much of the rest of the Anglophone Caribbean. Crosson examines obeah as a category and interrogates legal, religious, and popular definitions of the work, including those generated by the spiritual workers themselves. In describing their own justice-making practices as work, science, and experiments with power, obeah practitioners challenge the moral and racial foundations of the Western category of religion and offer a way of reframing religious practice as a critique of the exclusionary limits of religion in modernity"--
There are several other baths in my book Spiritual Cleansing, as well as in
Century of Spells and A Spiritual Workers Spell Book. Please do not believe that
taking any of these baths will change your life for the better in a permanent way.
Author: Draja Mickaharic
This book contains a description of the various kind of psychic attack along with suggestions and a few remedies for eliminating it from your life Included are exercises for mental training, that can make your mind impervious to psychic attack.
Spells, incantations, and potions to spice up your love life Kaile Dutton, Jodi St.
Onge. entertainer. Magic with a ... This practice is not built on illusion and is a
functioning aspect of the daily life of a spiritual worker and occultist. Spiritual
Author: Kaile Dutton
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.
The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook is a rich compendium of more than 300 authentic Voodoo and Hoodoo recipes, rituals, and spells for love, justice, gambling luck, prosperity, health, and success.
Author: Denise Alvarado
Publisher: Weiser Books
“Voodoo Hoodoo” is the unique variety of Creole Voodoo found in New Orleans. The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook is a rich compendium of more than 300 authentic Voodoo and Hoodoo recipes, rituals, and spells for love, justice, gambling luck, prosperity, health, and success. Cultural psychologist and root worker Denise Alvarado, who grew up in New Orleans, draws from a lifetime of recipes and spells learned from family, friends, and local practitioners. She traces the history of the African-based folk magic brought by slaves to New Orleans, and shows how it evolved over time to include influences from Native American spirituality, Catholicism, and Pentecostalism. She shares her research into folklore collections and 19th- and 20th- century formularies along with her own magical arts. The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook includes more than 100 spells for Banishing, Binding, Fertility, Luck, Protection, Money, and more. Alvarado introduces readers to the Pantheon of Voodoo Spirits, the Seven African Powers, important Loas, Prayers, Novenas, and Psalms, and much, much more, including:Oils and Potions: Attraction Love Oil, Dream Potion, Gambler’s Luck Oil, Blessing OilHoodoo Powders and Gris Gris: Algier’s Fast Luck Powder, Controlling Powder, Money Drawing PowderTalismans and Candle MagicCurses and Hexes
Written by renowned master of witchcraft Draja Mickaharic, author of Spiritual Cleansing, this book provides an introduction to natural magic as well as a practical reference for simple, everyday spells that really work.
Author: Draja Mickaharic
Publisher: Weiser Books
Written by renowned master of witchcraft Draja Mickaharic, author of Spiritual Cleansing, this book provides an introduction to natural magic as well as a practical reference for simple, everyday spells that really work. True Magic (first published under the title A Century of Spells) presents an eclectic collection of over 100 spells, including water spells, spoken spells, spells passed down over generations, and spells developed by the author himself. Learn how to cast spells with water, incense, oils, and common kitchen herbs and with spoken and written words. Included are recipes and instructions on how to: Cast protection spells for reversal spells that may be cast on you Make baths for spiritual cleansing, growth, beauty, and harmony Cast spells for beginning and ending relationships
This no-nonsense book, with its special emphasis on safety, protection, and energetic awareness, takes readers step by step through a thorough system of exercises designed to increase competence, confidence, and skill.
Author: Sophie Reichter
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
Spiritual Protection: A Safety Manual for Energy Workers, Psychics, and Healers is a training handbook for anyone interested in deepening their psychic abilities, training gifts already in evidence, or simply developing a greater sensitivity to energy. This no-nonsense book, with its special emphasis on safety, protection, and energetic awareness, takes readers step by step through a thorough system of exercises designed to increase competence, confidence, and skill. Focusing on oft-neglected fundamentals, Reicher cuts through the complexity and confusion so often surrounding this topic and instead offers clear instructions and explanations that even the most novice of readers can easily follow. Spiritual Protection will show: Psychics and Readers how to cut mental ties at the end of session. Healers how to avoid energetic overload during a session. Techniques can be used everyday to help with stress and overall well-being.
This book will open your eyes to diverse cultural customs and spell-casting methods that you may never have known existed.
Author: David Shi
From the ancient Mongol empire to the Manchurian Qing Dynasty, the people of North Asia have shaped the history of the world. With an extraordinary range of beliefs and practices, both indigenous and influenced by their geographic neighbours, the Animist, Shamanic, and Buddhist folk magicians of Mongolia, Manchuria, and Eastern Siberia preserve a vital religio-magical practice by which people seek and obtain blessings, protection, luck, love, and health. This book will open your eyes to diverse cultural customs and spell-casting methods that you may never have known existed.
In The Encyclopedia Of 5,000 Spells: The Ultimate Reference Book for the Magical Arts, independent scholar, educator and author of several books of folklore, folkways, and mythology Judika Iles enables the reader to enter the world of ...
Author: Judika Illes
Publisher: Harper Collins
In The Encyclopedia Of 5,000 Spells: The Ultimate Reference Book for the Magical Arts, independent scholar, educator and author of several books of folklore, folkways, and mythology Judika Iles enables the reader to enter the world of folklore, myth and magic with binding spells and banishing spells, spells for love, luck, wealth, and power, as well as spells for spiritual protection, physical healing, and enhanced fertility drawn from Earth's every corner and spanning 5,000 years of magical history.
Discover the power of love through the mystical practice of magic in this wide-ranging collection of spells, rituals, and meditations from the authors of Power of the Witch. You don't have to be a Witch to use Love Magic.
Author: Laurie Cabot
A compilation of rituals, spells, and meditations. This book offers help for women, men, and couples interested in attracting, enhancing, or ending love and romantic relationships and includes a discussion on the meaning of love magic and the craft of performing it.
In Spiritual Merchants, Carolyn Morrow Long provides an inside look at the followers of African-based belief systems and the retailers and manufacturers who supply them.
Author: Carolyn Morrow Long
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press
They can be found along the side streets of many American cities: herb or candle shops catering to practitioners of Voodoo, hoodoo, Santería, and similar beliefs. Here one can purchase ritual items and raw materials for the fabrication of traditional charms, plus a variety of soaps, powders, and aromatic goods known in the trade as "spiritual products." For those seeking health or success, love or protection, these potions offer the power of the saints and the authority of the African gods. In Spiritual Merchants, Carolyn Morrow Long provides an inside look at the followers of African-based belief systems and the retailers and manufacturers who supply them. Traveling from New Orleans to New York, from Charleston to Los Angeles, she takes readers on a tour of these shops, examines the origins of the products, and profiles the merchants who sell them. Long describes the principles by which charms are thought to operate, how ingredients are chosen, and the uses to which they are put. She then explores the commodification of traditional charms and the evolution of the spiritual products industry--from small-scale mail order "doctors" and hoodoo drugstores to major manufacturers who market their products worldwide. She also offers an eye-opening look at how merchants who are not members of the culture entered the business through the manufacture of other goods such as toiletries, incense, and pharmaceuticals. Her narrative includes previously unpublished information on legendary Voodoo queens and hoodoo workers, as well as a case study of John the Conqueror root and its metamorphosis from spirit-embodying charm to commercial spiritual product. No other book deals in such detail with both the history and current practices of African-based belief systems in the United States and the evolution of the spiritual products industry. For students of folklore or anyone intrigued by the world of charms and candle shops, Spiritual Merchants examines the confluence of African and European religion in the Americas and provides a colorful introduction to a vibrant aspect of contemporary culture. The Author: Carolyn Morrow Long is a preservation specialist and conservator at the the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History.