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Enter the world of folklore, myth, and magic.   Discover binding spells and banishing spells, spells for love, luck, wealth, power, spiritual protection, physical healing, and enhanced fertility drawn from Earth’s every corner and spanning 5,000 years og magical history.   In The Encyclopedia Of 5,000 Spells: The Ultimate Reference Book for the Magical Arts, independent schola Enter the world of folklore, myth, and magic.   Discover binding spells and banishing spells, spells for love, luck, wealth, power, spiritual protection, physical healing, and enhanced fertility drawn from Earth’s every corner and spanning 5,000 years og magical history.   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 Illes 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.


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Enter the world of folklore, myth, and magic.   Discover binding spells and banishing spells, spells for love, luck, wealth, power, spiritual protection, physical healing, and enhanced fertility drawn from Earth’s every corner and spanning 5,000 years og magical history.   In The Encyclopedia Of 5,000 Spells: The Ultimate Reference Book for the Magical Arts, independent schola Enter the world of folklore, myth, and magic.   Discover binding spells and banishing spells, spells for love, luck, wealth, power, spiritual protection, physical healing, and enhanced fertility drawn from Earth’s every corner and spanning 5,000 years og magical history.   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 Illes 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.

30 review for The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells: The Ultimate Reference Book for the Magical Arts

  1. 4 out of 5

    Willow

    A great beginners guide for every spell. Absolutely enchanting to read, and evokes the desire of further study as a good book should. However, I was incredibly disappointed to see it explicity mention changelings as a metaphor for autism, and then list spells to save or cure your child. Autism is a hereditary neuro divergence and not something that can be 'cured'. You will never 'get your child back' because that IS your child. You're just being a crappy parent by shaming and attempting to alter A great beginners guide for every spell. Absolutely enchanting to read, and evokes the desire of further study as a good book should. However, I was incredibly disappointed to see it explicity mention changelings as a metaphor for autism, and then list spells to save or cure your child. Autism is a hereditary neuro divergence and not something that can be 'cured'. You will never 'get your child back' because that IS your child. You're just being a crappy parent by shaming and attempting to alter their true nature. This mindset has been causing physical and emotional damage to autistic people since the beginning of society. Stop perpetuating the myth that we are broken, that we don't belong, or that we need fixing.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Keshia

    This book is a collection of spells from a variety of sources. The most basic thing that this book does for the reader is That it gives a wide variety of spells from ancient sources and a diverse variety from different disciplines. This book should be a welcome addition to any person who is interested in magic regardless of the level Of your understanding of magic. The main drawback to this book is the indexing. The indexing leaves a lot to be desired. For example the book contains a great deal This book is a collection of spells from a variety of sources. The most basic thing that this book does for the reader is That it gives a wide variety of spells from ancient sources and a diverse variety from different disciplines. This book should be a welcome addition to any person who is interested in magic regardless of the level Of your understanding of magic. The main drawback to this book is the indexing. The indexing leaves a lot to be desired. For example the book contains a great deal of basic formulas for conditioning oils throughout. However in the section entitled formularies, it only contains a Fraction of the recipes dispersed throughout the book. Searching the index for Orioles is very tedious to say the least. Not of this however detracts from the great goodness that this book provides in the numerous battles that are contained within the book. This book is good for beginners as well as the experienced.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Driver

    Somewhere between traumatizingly awful and laughable. First of all, I despise these types of holier than thou- arrogant authors which claim "belief/practice X has no place in Paganism." Note: Animal sacrifice bad. UNLESS it was an ancient priest/ess of Hekate, then that's totally okay. 🙄🤦‍♀️ The level of dogmatic bullsh** would be bad enough but then this poor creature brought out the big guns: Ableism. Discrimination. Hate speech. As an autistic person myself, let me assure you that we do not ne Somewhere between traumatizingly awful and laughable. First of all, I despise these types of holier than thou- arrogant authors which claim "belief/practice X has no place in Paganism." Note: Animal sacrifice bad. UNLESS it was an ancient priest/ess of Hekate, then that's totally okay. 🙄🤦‍♀️ The level of dogmatic bullsh** would be bad enough but then this poor creature brought out the big guns: Ableism. Discrimination. Hate speech. As an autistic person myself, let me assure you that we do not need "cured." Perhaps Illes, or whatever her name is, ought to stop her schizotypal ramblings long enough to read a book on neuroscience and autism before commenting on it. >>>TL;DR: This book discriminates against minorities and the author - in my personal opinion - sounds like a hate criminal.<<< Recommendation: Wipe your a$$ with a 20 dollar bill, you'll get more out of it than wasting it on this repulsive book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Priscilla

    A personal friend of ours, Judika is very knowledgable of all the various types of spiritual paths out there. This book is by far the most comprehensive book that I have found on magic in my 20 years of following a Pagan path. I highly recommend it, if only for the historical value in it!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Valenfore Alestreneon

    A really good reference book that's very comprehensive. Although, I notice she has a lot of unnecessary filler material that seems to be geared towards people who are newer to the study. It's kind of pointless, since newer people shouldn't be looking at reference books if they don't have the basics of spellcraft down. A really good reference book that's very comprehensive. Although, I notice she has a lot of unnecessary filler material that seems to be geared towards people who are newer to the study. It's kind of pointless, since newer people shouldn't be looking at reference books if they don't have the basics of spellcraft down.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    This is a fascinating book with collections of spells from history spanning the entire globe. By looking at each spell, it's components and what is is seeking to cure/fix/banish it provides a fascinating insight into those cultures and time periods. The introduction is well-laid out and you really get a sense of how magic has evolved over time for various peoples and religions/practices. This is a fascinating book with collections of spells from history spanning the entire globe. By looking at each spell, it's components and what is is seeking to cure/fix/banish it provides a fascinating insight into those cultures and time periods. The introduction is well-laid out and you really get a sense of how magic has evolved over time for various peoples and religions/practices.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Victoria E. Collins

    Without a doubt this is the Larousse Gastronomique of the modern witchy world. Clearly written and categorised, any witch would want this on their bookshelf (or coffee table..!) Don't be fooled - this is not light-hearted reading. It assumes the reader already has a clear knowledge of using magic, when to use it, how to use it and most importantly when not to use it! The spells are from around the world, and from a variety of different cultures and religions. Some are extremely complicated and i Without a doubt this is the Larousse Gastronomique of the modern witchy world. Clearly written and categorised, any witch would want this on their bookshelf (or coffee table..!) Don't be fooled - this is not light-hearted reading. It assumes the reader already has a clear knowledge of using magic, when to use it, how to use it and most importantly when not to use it! The spells are from around the world, and from a variety of different cultures and religions. Some are extremely complicated and involve ingredients that are almost impossible to source - but so does Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck Cookbook and that was still a bestseller. Of course, with 5000 spells there are many that can be used and adapted to your own specific requirements, but don't expect them all to be easy magic that involves a coloured candle and a bit of string... I enjoy reading through the obscure spells as well as the 'usable' ones as I think this book is such a valuable resource in preserving those spells which may otherwise be forgotten. If you have a Book of Shadows or witchy journal that you want to pass through the family then ensure this goes with it. I even went on to buy the Encyclopedia if Witchcraft, The Psychic World and Mythical Creatures - the latter being almost entirely useless in a world clearly not full of mythical creatures at all, but it's a fascinating read, has helped out many of my fantasy-writing friends, and looks fantastic on the book shelf ;-)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Juli Anna

    This book is--enormous. I did not read it cover to cover. There is a 102-page intro section that contains all kinds of good, basic information about the construction of rituals and the details and tools of spellcrafting, which was interesting for me as a beginner. The spells themselves are taken from many, many magickal traditions throughout history, giving them a wide variety. Illes modernizes the wording and ingredients for many more traditional spells, which may be a good or a bad thing, depe This book is--enormous. I did not read it cover to cover. There is a 102-page intro section that contains all kinds of good, basic information about the construction of rituals and the details and tools of spellcrafting, which was interesting for me as a beginner. The spells themselves are taken from many, many magickal traditions throughout history, giving them a wide variety. Illes modernizes the wording and ingredients for many more traditional spells, which may be a good or a bad thing, depending on the reader. As someone who is less interested in performing these spells and more interested in their details and historical context, this book left something to be desired. While there is a hefty bibliography in which all the source texts are named, individual spells are not linked back in any way to the original sources, making it at times unclear whether you are looking at something from Middle Kingdom Egypt, 10th-century Britain, or 1920’s New Orleans. Sometimes you can tell from ingredients or deities invoked, but not often. I ended up trying out one recipe for a magickal floorwash while I had this book in my possession; it smelled nice at the very least (peppermint and angelica root)! I copied out a few others for later ideas as well, but most of this is too entailed for my taste.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Scottsdale Public Library

    Want to cast a spell? This is your book! "The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells" certainly stands up to its name. If you love magic and Wicca, you will truly enjoy this book. Drawing on many different magical traditions, Illes puts together a book on the topics of wealth, love, success, and even curses. From Hoodoo to historical grimoire magic, you will be amazed. Happy spell casting! - Colleen M. Want to cast a spell? This is your book! "The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells" certainly stands up to its name. If you love magic and Wicca, you will truly enjoy this book. Drawing on many different magical traditions, Illes puts together a book on the topics of wealth, love, success, and even curses. From Hoodoo to historical grimoire magic, you will be amazed. Happy spell casting! - Colleen M.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    This is the only book about spells most people need. Great writing about magic, great history lessons, and 5000 spells from around the world.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Occultorum

    For me this is an incredibly important book. Not because I would be using it as a spell book, but because I am researching the field of the occult and witchcraft, and this book is incredibly useful, as it covers so many spells from different cultures and times. It also comes in handy when you're out of ideas - then you can use it as a reference, to help you with your spell work. It covers many spell categories, from from love spells to protection spells and it includes even some hexes. For me this is an incredibly important book. Not because I would be using it as a spell book, but because I am researching the field of the occult and witchcraft, and this book is incredibly useful, as it covers so many spells from different cultures and times. It also comes in handy when you're out of ideas - then you can use it as a reference, to help you with your spell work. It covers many spell categories, from from love spells to protection spells and it includes even some hexes.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Nan

    This is now my go to book for information and inspiration when spellcasting. For the seeker of knowledge, it provides an awe-inspiring look at how common everyday items were used across the world for spellcasting and "getting things done" Information comes from a wide range of sources, with what appears to be a strong focus on rootwork. I would not recommend this book to the novice witch for spellcasting because many of the spells if used without careful thought could cause unintended harm. And This is now my go to book for information and inspiration when spellcasting. For the seeker of knowledge, it provides an awe-inspiring look at how common everyday items were used across the world for spellcasting and "getting things done" Information comes from a wide range of sources, with what appears to be a strong focus on rootwork. I would not recommend this book to the novice witch for spellcasting because many of the spells if used without careful thought could cause unintended harm. And if you are a magic worker who firmly believes only "good" magic should ever be used, this book is probably not for you either. Having said all this, if you are an experienced spellcaster, then this is a reference book you should consider getting. While there is a kindle version of this book, it only contains 1000 spells so I would suggest getting the paper copy for your reference library.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    I've just finished my solid browse through this tome. That is, I read the informative sections at the front & browsed the spell chapters, rather than read the whole damn thing. It was a fantastic read & will make a valuable addition to the shelf. If it doesn't collapse it, that is. 5000 Spells covers a wide range topics, cultures & divinities with Judika Illes doing a good job of presenting multiple view points on the usual controversial topics (hexes, love spells, etc). I particularly enjoyed the I've just finished my solid browse through this tome. That is, I read the informative sections at the front & browsed the spell chapters, rather than read the whole damn thing. It was a fantastic read & will make a valuable addition to the shelf. If it doesn't collapse it, that is. 5000 Spells covers a wide range topics, cultures & divinities with Judika Illes doing a good job of presenting multiple view points on the usual controversial topics (hexes, love spells, etc). I particularly enjoyed the inclusion of certain spells for historical context/inspiration & that the author didn't shy away from poisonous or unpleasant materials (due warnings are included, of course). I gave 5000 Spells 4 stars instead of 5 only because I felt there was an emphasis on African cultures. This *was* refreshing & very interesting (I have a huge gap in that area myself), but it felt unbalanced.

  14. 5 out of 5

    NoOne

    There is so much to this book i could easily write a 5 page review. But to keep it simple , this is one hell of a book. Yes some of the things in it are not for actual practice in life as some of them are either folk tales or highly dangerous because of ingredients. But the wealth of information you gather from here outweighs that by far, many of the things can be put to practical use even for someone not interested in the spells . There are many herbal teas ,baths, and incense recipes. In short There is so much to this book i could easily write a 5 page review. But to keep it simple , this is one hell of a book. Yes some of the things in it are not for actual practice in life as some of them are either folk tales or highly dangerous because of ingredients. But the wealth of information you gather from here outweighs that by far, many of the things can be put to practical use even for someone not interested in the spells . There are many herbal teas ,baths, and incense recipes. In short you cant go wrong with this book no matter your chosen path in life. Please also note the author DOSE tell you which things are possibly dangerous to try.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Penny

    I really like this book, but I do have some problems with it. First off it's a great reference book if you already know what your doing. I find it very useful for gathering ideas, as well reminding me of things that I have forgotten over time. However, there is some silly stuff in this book, which would lead someone who didn't know what they are doing, to draw the opinion that its a joke. Also, there is some stuff within the pages that can be rather dangerous if you don't know what your doing. I really like this book, but I do have some problems with it. First off it's a great reference book if you already know what your doing. I find it very useful for gathering ideas, as well reminding me of things that I have forgotten over time. However, there is some silly stuff in this book, which would lead someone who didn't know what they are doing, to draw the opinion that its a joke. Also, there is some stuff within the pages that can be rather dangerous if you don't know what your doing.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Robert Ingram

    As with an Magick, the spell wrote by oneself will always work better than something someone else has spit out. Magick is personal. Magick is for gain for oneself or others, or the others demise or ill-fortune. What works for some, doesn't work for others. Although there were several ideas I had not considered using Magick for, I still found the book useless. As with an Magick, the spell wrote by oneself will always work better than something someone else has spit out. Magick is personal. Magick is for gain for oneself or others, or the others demise or ill-fortune. What works for some, doesn't work for others. Although there were several ideas I had not considered using Magick for, I still found the book useless.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tabitha Chamberlain

    This a great reference and learning tool for those that want to learn more about magick for all over the world. Some decent spells but a lot of details, unfortunately there are some that are harder to find spell items or just flat out to expensive to get. Great book, I would suggest it for anyone who wants an all encompassing spell book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Bridget

    This is a very good book for reference and if your brave enough to try some new spells.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Caylynne King

    I think I got this book between the ages of 12 - 14 years old. It has always been on my shelf since then. Back when I got it I remember primarily being focused on the "Selfish" spells (thank goodness they never came true because I was always doing something wrong (and I'd probably be a member of MCR by now)). At the time I did them a lot of bad things would happen in my house. Did I probably open a portal by doing something wrong? Probs. Buuut our house was also built on a battleground, so, ya kn I think I got this book between the ages of 12 - 14 years old. It has always been on my shelf since then. Back when I got it I remember primarily being focused on the "Selfish" spells (thank goodness they never came true because I was always doing something wrong (and I'd probably be a member of MCR by now)). At the time I did them a lot of bad things would happen in my house. Did I probably open a portal by doing something wrong? Probs. Buuut our house was also built on a battleground, so, ya know. Later in my life I focused more on Wicca - and completely put this book aside because I only saw the "black magick" side to it. Two days ago I picked up this book and paged through it - remembering all the spells I had read in the past. But then certain sections caught my eye and I realised this book literally caters to Christians, Wiccans, witches, and people who practice voodoo, hoodoo, Chinese magick and so much more. I looked back on the old spells young me tried to cast and laughed because I had believed I had conjured evil spirits from a wishing fan. There are some "Spells" in here that are way out there - that just seems too ridiculous to think of as a spell, but if it works for another person - then perfect! I read through the more knowledgeable things - and as other people have mentioned here, it is one big reference book. There is history, there is the magick, how to perform the spells and even how to make oils or whatever. I've given it a 4.5 because when reading through the spells, a lot was unclear. For example, I can't remember what the spell was, but it had something to do with placing underneath your partner's side of the bed... but... for how long and what are the side effects once it is removed? After seeing that I saw a lot of the spells are like that. Do the thing, and leave it __. Then it moves onto the next spell. It's a big book, so I can understand the instructions being short here and there - and there definitely ARE spells that say "leave _ for _ nights and then...", but other than that, I'd say this is a good book to have. It's definitely a fun book for a writer (which is the reason I started buying these books when I was younger) who wants to have a better understanding over their character interested in this world or anyone who wants to learn about different religious beliefs outside of their own. Thank you Ms. Illes - your book is now a nostalgic part of my shelf which I will always use when in need of something. Already found some lovely healing ideas - exactly what a girl needs right now.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mhara Starling

    I often reference this book when searching for inspiration for spells, rituals and such. This is the quintessential book for any witch to have on their shelf, it's like one of those stereotypical spell books from TV shows and movies, a big book filled with a variety of spells. My copy is the hardback edition, and underneath the dust cover it's a beautiful green which looks beautiful on the shelf. Most of the spells in the book are ready to use, some however are a little impractical; but fun to r I often reference this book when searching for inspiration for spells, rituals and such. This is the quintessential book for any witch to have on their shelf, it's like one of those stereotypical spell books from TV shows and movies, a big book filled with a variety of spells. My copy is the hardback edition, and underneath the dust cover it's a beautiful green which looks beautiful on the shelf. Most of the spells in the book are ready to use, some however are a little impractical; but fun to read nonetheless! For example, there are many spells in here which are the generic; light a candle whilst focusing on your intent style...and then there are those such as "write the name of your desired man on a piece of parchment, wrap the parchment onto an arrow, set the arrow on fire, and shoot it towards the full moon". Overall my favourite spell book! A must have.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Alibi Bella Proof

    I don't know how anyone could complain about this book except for the fact that they would never be able to conduct every single spelling there. This author really went to bat when she wanted to include every single subject anyone could ever think of. Not only every subject but various types of spells from easy to you're going to have to go out and shop for the item kind of things. A lot of them are things that you can do with items around the house or things that are easy to get. So it's great I don't know how anyone could complain about this book except for the fact that they would never be able to conduct every single spelling there. This author really went to bat when she wanted to include every single subject anyone could ever think of. Not only every subject but various types of spells from easy to you're going to have to go out and shop for the item kind of things. A lot of them are things that you can do with items around the house or things that are easy to get. So it's great for every level and I just have it in my room to refer to anytime I feel like I Moana try for a streak of luck in a magical sense. I am not in over my head on the subject but it's entertaining and I'm hopeful;)

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ashley (Red-Haired Ash Reads)

    Part one of the book, about 110 pages, is a great primer and introduction to magical techniques for spells. I highly recommend reading this part. Part 2 is the spells. I did not read every spell. I only read the spell I felt would be useful for me. The rest of the book I skimmed. I only bookmarked a very tiny portion of these spells, probably around 100, for potential use. That was disappointing to me. I really expected to get more spells from this book. Overall, I think this book was a great id Part one of the book, about 110 pages, is a great primer and introduction to magical techniques for spells. I highly recommend reading this part. Part 2 is the spells. I did not read every spell. I only read the spell I felt would be useful for me. The rest of the book I skimmed. I only bookmarked a very tiny portion of these spells, probably around 100, for potential use. That was disappointing to me. I really expected to get more spells from this book. Overall, I think this book was a great idea but it was just too much of the same spell with slight variations.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    This is an excellent reference both for newer and seasoned practitioners exploring spell craft. My favorite part is the index, and I really like the various sections that spells are organized into to make the mass of information easier to navigate. It is not intended for each and every spell to be taken literally. Many are historic references and would not apply, be practical (and some not safe) for our modern times. You have to approach it as reference and merely a starting point. If you do tha This is an excellent reference both for newer and seasoned practitioners exploring spell craft. My favorite part is the index, and I really like the various sections that spells are organized into to make the mass of information easier to navigate. It is not intended for each and every spell to be taken literally. Many are historic references and would not apply, be practical (and some not safe) for our modern times. You have to approach it as reference and merely a starting point. If you do that, you are sure to love this book. It is an excellent addition to any magickal arts collection!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Heka

    I used to keep grimoires... then I discovered this! Actually, the best part of this book is the rich introductory materials. There is so much lore and nerdy trivia in here! I love it! I've read and re-read the informational sections of this book many, many, many times. I even forced it upon a curious (muggle) roommate once! This is one of my two most cherished books. I have held my first-edition copy for nearly fifteen years! I used to keep grimoires... then I discovered this! Actually, the best part of this book is the rich introductory materials. There is so much lore and nerdy trivia in here! I love it! I've read and re-read the informational sections of this book many, many, many times. I even forced it upon a curious (muggle) roommate once! This is one of my two most cherished books. I have held my first-edition copy for nearly fifteen years!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kay

    Iles is very clearly widely read and it shows. This book is comprehensive, as the title suggests. It's also not necessarily practical (yet still very worth reading/having). It's full of historical spells and workings, alongside more modern usable ones. I really like Iles' style of writing, which is easy to understand but doesn't feel dumbed down at all. Iles is very clearly widely read and it shows. This book is comprehensive, as the title suggests. It's also not necessarily practical (yet still very worth reading/having). It's full of historical spells and workings, alongside more modern usable ones. I really like Iles' style of writing, which is easy to understand but doesn't feel dumbed down at all.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nat Gonzalez

    useful, but takes spells from closed practices without much thought given to it at all. it can be really dismissive of cultures, so be mindful and use other books to supplement your research so you don't end up invoking a spirit who does not want to work with you (and may harm you based on your background!) useful, but takes spells from closed practices without much thought given to it at all. it can be really dismissive of cultures, so be mindful and use other books to supplement your research so you don't end up invoking a spirit who does not want to work with you (and may harm you based on your background!)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Austin Shaver

    I cannot stress enough the necessity of double-and triple-checking every bit of information in this book, even moreso than is best practice. Misattribuations, sweeping generalizations, and flat-out UPG abound. This being said, it's handy to have a reference to give you a starting point for information to verify...keep your post-its and annotating tools handy. I cannot stress enough the necessity of double-and triple-checking every bit of information in this book, even moreso than is best practice. Misattribuations, sweeping generalizations, and flat-out UPG abound. This being said, it's handy to have a reference to give you a starting point for information to verify...keep your post-its and annotating tools handy.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Cat

    Certainly is concise. But many needed to many ingredients to be of much use to me. As a simple hedge witch, I like simple, easy spells. But I am sure this will be of use to many. Nice addition to my personal library, tho'. I do enjoy a good browse and sometimes modify a spell to fit my needs. This is a book worth having! Great browsing, too. Certainly is concise. But many needed to many ingredients to be of much use to me. As a simple hedge witch, I like simple, easy spells. But I am sure this will be of use to many. Nice addition to my personal library, tho'. I do enjoy a good browse and sometimes modify a spell to fit my needs. This is a book worth having! Great browsing, too.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Parkerz Queendom

    I absolutely love and recommend this spell/arts book. Most of yhe spells are pragmatic and dont require unattainable materials to perform rituals and spells. Theres also room for inovation and improvisation.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tami J

    It's ok. It's a lot of spells, but I don't find most of them useful. I have a well stocked shelf of ingredients, but lack a lot of what is required in this book. 1001 Spells by Eason is MUCH better. It's ok. It's a lot of spells, but I don't find most of them useful. I have a well stocked shelf of ingredients, but lack a lot of what is required in this book. 1001 Spells by Eason is MUCH better.

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