📖 Spells8 Book Club VII (May 14 - Jun 11)

I’m really enjoying the book I picked so far :grinning: It’s broken into two parts, the first looks at the history of magic, magical correspondences and the nuts and bolts of what you’ll need to get started. The second part is a collection of spells and potions for everyday magic :heart_eyes:

Favourite quote so far:
" Always remember two of the most important things that you will need when creating spells are your intention and intuition"

:heartpulse: Blessed Be :heartpulse:

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I made it to Chapter 3 of my book yesterday. I sat on the back porch with my dogs & read for a little bit. So far I like it! But it’s also early still. :rofl:

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Happy for you :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: for me I just began reading my book yesterday and I am already at page 55 :hushed: didn’t know I could read that much :joy::rofl:. I am happy though, cause this book is the real deal and so informative. Loving every bit of this book.

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I love those times when you read more than you originally thought you would. :heart:

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Bright blessings,
Hi witches the book I am reading os Moon Divination For Todays Woman by Cassansra Eason The moon might have been worship by ancient civilizations but cannot have any Revance to the modern home and work the juggling of career life and all the demands of family friends and partners? Yes it can Cassandra Jason the noted author of the broadcaster of psychic phenomena ruins taro and other forms of divination has created a method of her missing the forces of the moon to your natural intuition. It will help the hardest housewife the office grudge the struggling student and even that embattled grandmother. The system is simply explain inexpensive and definitely does not dabble with demons! In six weeks you can learn your moontime future!
Happy Read! I am ready to learn! I am so excited!
Mery Part
Jeannie

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It sounds like a book loaded with magickal wisdom and history- so glad you’re enjoying it so far @Liisa! :open_book: :blush: I can’t wait to hear what you think of the second part focusing on spells and potions. Hopefully you’ll find some wonderful new additions to your spellwork collection! :two_hearts:

That sounds lovely @Siofra- congrats on getting to chapter 3! :clap: I hope you continue to enjoy it :blush:

Wow, @NickWick- that is impressive, I can tell you are loving it! I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on it- sounds like a very useful read! :open_book:

Awesome @Jeannie1! I’ve added you to the reading list- sounds like you found a great book! :star_struck: Enjoy it and happy reading! :sparkles:

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Thus book seems very interesting @fabian it somethingni would very much like to know more about :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: cant wait to hear your feed pack on this book…

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I added another book, Midsummer Night’s Mischief. I should be able to finish it before deadline. LOL. Thanks muchly!

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@Amethyst is it part of the Wiccan Sleuth series that you had mentioned? I have started reading Tending Brigid’s Flame. I looking to strengthen my connection with her & my practice. I just don’t think I will be able to finish it by the end of this Book Club, so I will add it to the next one.

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Yeppers! It’s part one of the Wiccan Wheel Mysteries. I’m really hoping it’s good. Not that I need another series to collect but that it represents Wiccans well, you know?

And okay, I’d like more books. Hee! I just need more time to read them all!

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Oh! I will have to look into that one. I have a couple of books on Brigid & Irish Paganism & Celtic Paganism. I wouldn’t mind reading the Wiccan Wheel Mysteries though! A change of pace that it sounds like I would enjoy. I will have to put it on my Book Wishlist on Amazon & Google.

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I don’t know about Google but it was cheap on Amazon when I bought it, two bucks! That’s what caught my attention. Then again that was a week or so ago, the sale might be off. I hope you get it for that price!

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I will go check now & let you know! Thank you so much! I love mysteries.

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You’re welcome!

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I just got it for my Kindle, $0.99! Thank you so much! I can’t wait, now I have it with me wherever I go & need to pass some time!

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Whoot! I hope it’s good. Have fun with it!

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“Midsummer Night’s Mischief” sounds absolutely perfect for this time of year, @Amethyst- nice choice! I can’t believe Midsummer/Litha is just a few weeks away! :sun: :tada:

And nice get, @Siofra- that’s an amazing price! I hope you enjoy the book :open_book: :blush:

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I was so excited that it was for $0.99! I never get that lucky!

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I’m glad you went and looked! It’s always fun to see what’s cheap to read.

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