Celtic Magic


Series Number: 597
Genre: Pagan
Condition: New
Shelf: 40
Goodreads: Yes


Author: Conway, D. J.
Binding: Paperback
Cover Price: 5.99
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Publisher: Llewellyn Publications
Copyright Year: 2006
Publication Year: 2002
ISBN#: 0-87542-136-9
LCCN#: 90032139
Pages: 208
Address: St. Paul, Minn., U.S.A
Dewey Decimal: 133.4/3/089916
LoC Classification: BF1622.C45 C66 1990


If you are interested in Wicca and Witchcraft, Celtic Magic by D. J. Conway is a book you need to add to your library. Modern Wicca can be traced back to the ancient Celts. This book reveals the secrets of those ancient, pre-Christian people.

In this book you will learn about the tools used in Celtic magic such as the altar, the staff, and the sword. You will also learn how to use these tools to cast a magic circle perform works of magic in it. This includes herb magic, cauldron magic, stone magic, and candle magic. With the help of this book you can do magic, and make positive changes in your life and the lives of those around you.

There are also rituals of celebration. In this book you'll discover the way to celebrate the eight Celtic holidays including the solstices, equinoxes, Samhain, Imbolc, Beltane, and Lughnasadh. With the combination of ritual knowledge and magical insight you can practice the Celtic Craft of the Wise. Also included is information about the pantheon of Celtic gods and goddesses. Over 50 deities are introduced, along with more than 100 other supernatural or mortal beings and places.

The simple and explicit magical rituals include methods to gain money, love, promote health, make prophecies, rid yourself of negative habits, and much more. Many experts believe that Wicca is one of the fastest growing spiritual systems in the world. Even if you don't want to practice this system, you owe it to yourself to learn about it. What are its sources? What are its beliefs? How can it be used to improve your life? The answers are right here. Already, over 225,000 people are using this book. Shouldn't you be using it, too?