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by Gerina Dunwich

Download Magick Potions: How to Prepare and Use Homemade Incense, Oils, Aphordisacs,and Much More ePub
  • ISBN 0806519827
  • ISBN13 978-0806519821
  • Language English
  • Author Gerina Dunwich
  • Publisher Citadel (June 1, 2000)
  • Pages 164
  • Formats mobi lrf docx mbr
  • Category Religion
  • Subcategory New Age and Spirituality
  • Size ePub 1186 kb
  • Size Fb2 1121 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 833

Tells how to make magickal infusions, tarot meditation teas, rhyming spells, and mandrake, healing, and love potions

Wiccan expert Gerina Dunwich reveals the secrets, history, and art of potioncraft. Today’s modern witch will find magick, legend, and lore, and step-by-step instructions on how to prepare and use potions, teas, infusions, philtres, and oils for nearly every purpose imaginable.

Wiccan expert Gerina Dunwich reveals the secrets, history, and art of potioncraft. Illustrated throughout, this indispensable resource compiles the magickal methods, beliefs, and ethics of contemporary witches and completely addresses their magickal needs

Wiccan expert Gerina Dunwich reveals the secrets, history, and art of potioncraft. Illustrated throughout, this indispensable resource compiles the magickal methods, beliefs, and ethics of contemporary witches and completely addresses their magickal needs

Gerina Dunwich was born on December 27, 1959. After discovering at a very young age that she possessed certain psychic gifts and the ability to make contact with spirits of the dead, she developed an intense interest in the world of the occult.

Gerina Dunwich was born on December 27, 1959. In the summer of 1969 she was formally introduced to witchcraft and spiritualism by an older family member, and has since devoted her personal life and writing career to educating the public about the ways of the Craft. As a teenager, Gerina Dunwich (using a different nom de plume at the time) began writing poetry, short stories, magazine articles, and.

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and Use Homemade Incense, Oils, Aphordisacs, and Much More. A great book by Gerina Dunwich. Published by Thriftbooks Well written and full of information on homemade incense, oils and other.

Magick Potions : How to Prepare and Use Homemade Incense, Oils, Aphordisacs, and Much More. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. Gerina Dunwich is an author of many really good wiccan books and this is another one. Well written and full of information on homemade incense, oils and other concoctions. I am glad I bought it. This one is interesting. com User, 16 years ago. This is a great book on potion making. But be careful all because something is natural does not mean it cant make you sick.

Had some good chants in there. Like other books by Gerina Dunwich, it has a little bit of self-contradiction in it - do no harm, yet here's a recipe for love potion - so I guess you as a reader have to do your own ethical policing. The healing potions, however, piss me off. P L a C e b o.

In February of 1998 Gerina Dunwich received a ministerial license from the Universal Life Church. Ironically, the first handfasting she performed as a legally ordained minister was for the younger brother of the cousin who had introduced her to witchcraft nearly thirty years earlier.

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Light the incense and pass a red apple three times through the smoke. With a consecrated athame, slice the apple in half.

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Lost Python
Average, but worth it if the price is nice.
Stoneshaper
Gerina Dunwich is one of my favorite authors. I enjoy her perspectives of compiled information, on the realms of magic.
This book is an intersting collection of not just modern Wiccan ideas and practices, but even more ancient recipes and Medieval beliefs.
Her resource list is not academic, but very intelligent.
Her presentation of material holds magnetic charm as a magic book select.
A must for every Witch's library.
Steffanie Snyder M.A.
Budar
Good book enjoyed reading
Faegal
Gerina Dunwich is an author of many really good wiccan books and this is another one. Well written and full of information on homemade incense, oils and other concoctions. I am glad I bought it.
Yozshunris
This is a great book on potion making. But be careful all because something is natural does not mean it cant make you sick. Like Cats claw is not good for a pregnant woman to drink. She does not put these warning on her book. Regardless of the reader not being warned it is a great book. O love the mandrake section and I have incorporated some of her potions in my spells. The Mandrake potion for revenge is a good one. Im glad this book is not a wishy washy goodie two shoe book. She has postive uses for her potions as well most of these potions are for positive purposes. By the way if your back is against the wall and you need to use a spell to get someone away from you I dont see that as negative I see that as survival. Anyway this is a great book to get wheatehr you are a Witch, Santarian, Shaman or whatever your magickal/spiritual path is this book is of use.
Sha
If you should see this book for sale either on-line, or at any book retailer, PLEASE do yourself the upmost favor and pass it by (you'll thank me later, I promise)! I purchased this book long before I bought my first computer and established an internet connection, so in my naivite I assumed that it would contain a wealth of information from an experienced Witch. I was sorely disappointed. The title led me to believe that it would be an exhaustive monograph dealing with the history, brewing, and employment of Magick Potions! It wasn't. Instead, what few "potion" formulas that were included were, in actuality, tea recipes or herb simples (single herbs infused in boiling water and meant to be imbibed for health benefits (in other words, more teas!). Furthermore, the book seemed to be a rather erratic mish-mash of information easily accessible to any nauvice Pagan, such as a discussion of Sabbats, etc. which has nothing to do with potions. So, I must concur with an earlier reviewer that Ms. Dunwich doesn't seem to know what to write about, and may only be after a quick buck (if this is so, I cannot say with any certainty, of course). But, what is more astonishing is that, if she had been a genuinely *experienced* Witch by any definition, than this book would have been FAR better: it would have met with my expectations and contained numerous personal ritual potions ment to be rubbed ointo the skin or candles, etc. instead of just TEAS--which is not what I paid for (I bought it mail-order, you see)! (Has the author any *actual* experience in brewing her own potions, or even in creating her own formulas? Scanning over her books, from memory, her "potions" seem to be from friends that she knows, such as Voodoo Priests or Priestesses, as in her Candle Magick book, or Herb Simples, as in this book, and old formulas from Grimoires in her love spell book that you wouldn't want to try on anyone living!) It also would have relayed her personal experience and education in the subject of potion-crafting. Neither was this even broached in this book. I have, long-since, gladly disposed of this book from the depths of my personal library. I sold it to the Half Price Bookstore! Still, looking at these glowing reviews has forced me to write a review of my own. I am still shocked all these years later by what I had read in the pages of this book. The author ought to know better, to be honest. I felt like I was seriously mislead, as a consequence.
Alsalar
While I will firstly admit that this is not the best recipe book out there, I will also add that I'm tired of seeing so many Wiccan authors spoon feeding spells and recipes to novices to make a quick buck rather than actually leaving them with an ounce of intellectual knowledge of magic (*coughcoughSRWcough*).

That said, the book is full of lore, myths and superstitions, classical engravings, correspondence tables, reading recommendations, suggested resources (though these may be outdated), brewing methods, recipes (yes, I said it wasn't the best, but there are some usable recipes for basic ritual use and some spell work) and even some entomology and folk names for herbs.

This book certainly helped me learn potionry more than any other book I had worked with until Michael Greer's Natural Magic was published, and I had borrowed it from my library so often, I ended up spilling a brew on it and being forced to buy it: a fortunate accident, as no store near me carried it.

Only serious warnings:

Always question certain sources and claims, no matter what book you read. I know that this book refers to Wicca as the "Old Religion", and that the correspondences in some of Dunwich's other works were incorrect with some of the deities; though I honestly have not check how they were in this book (I rely on other sources for deity information).

These things, however, can be over looked for this book as long as external resources for these basics are used, as the books focus is still in the potion work and folklore rather than religious history and deity work.
I found this to be a very good book, I find myself looking at the section of weird potions and curious notions quite a bit wondering how they came to be. Non the less pregnant women should do their homework before drinking some of the potions in here seeings how no warning are listed by them because they are dangerous for them. Good book no matter if you are newer or old to the craft.