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How to study magic : a guide to history, lore, and building your own practice  Cover Image Book Book

How to study magic : a guide to history, lore, and building your own practice

Lyons, Sarah (Witch) (author.). Göbel, Tobias, (illustrator.).

Summary: Have you ever wanted to dive into the world of magic, but weren't sure where to begin? You're not alone! Knowing where to start can be mystifying, but it doesn't have to be. And How to Study Magic is the answer you've been waiting for. Inside you'll learn the basic tools of magic--from divination and meditation to cleansing and protection--before diving into the history, lore, and modern incarnations of a wide range of magical practices. With chapters on Witchcraft, Chaos Magic, Spell Books, Grimoires, Gods and Goddesses, and more, this dynamic guide from author, educator and seasoned witch Sarah Lyons gives an insider's perspective on how to craft your own personalized practice.

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  • ISBN: 0762479205
  • ISBN: 9780762479207
  • Physical Description: 186 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
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  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Philadelphia : Running Press, 2022.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 175-178) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Why study magic? -- The basics -- Chaos magic -- Spell books and grimoires -- Ceremonial magic -- Witchcraft -- Paganism, Gods, and history -- Where to go from here.
Subject: Magic

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NONFIC 133.43 LYONS ( Send Text)
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