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    How to be a Wicked Witch

    I didn't see a thread for this book, so I thought I'd create one. This was my first book on any type of witchcraft EVER. I absolutely loved it when I got it when I was about 13, and I still do. It's a really great primer on magical practice, tools, correspondences and spells, and the information is very easy to understand and put into practice. It is primarily a book on folk magic, so there is very little religion in it, but a whole ton of great information on spellcraft.

    I have had a lot of success with the magical system presented in this book. After I started reading up on Paganism, I kind of lost my touch for magic. I always go back to this book when I need to refresh my memory on how to work magic effectively, since I find it a lot more helpful than the more religious-oriented Pagan books I've read. Ms. Telesco explains everything so well, and simple enough for anyone to understand.

    Highly recommended

    "How to be a Wicked Witch: Good spells, charms, potions and notions for bad days."
    Patricia Telesco
    Fireside Books
    http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/0684...teway&v=glance

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    :hehehehe: I dont need a book to tell me how to do that I just put on a sexy outfit




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    Quote Originally Posted by MysticWitch
    :hehehehe: I dont need a book to tell me how to do that I just put on a sexy outfit
    Don't forget the pointy hat and a broom... and a whip, a whip improves any outfit

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    Quote Originally Posted by purplepanther
    Don't forget the pointy hat and a broom... and a whip, a whip improves any outfit
    I am so there! :rollingla




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    The book was a great read. Took me part of an afternoon to get through.
    I loved it.
    Proud Mama of a spirited young man!

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