The british book of spells and charms

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the british book of spells and charms

The British Book of Spells and Charms | Muses of Mystery

Graham talks about his inspiration and reasons behind writing the book, and explores just some of the types of traditional magic contained within its pages. All editions editions x mm. Pagination: pages with full colour images throughout and coloured headings and titles, printed on white matt coated gsm paper stock. Special Edition; a limited edition of hand-numbered examples, bound in a red cloth, with bronze foil blocking to the front and spine, black endpapers, with black head and tail bands. Fine Edition; a limited edition of only 20 hand-numbered examples, in a full rich red goat leather hand binding, with raised protective charm motif hand tooled into the leather with gold foil blocking to the spine and hand marbled end papers. This edition will be issued within a fully lined black library buckram slip-case, blind embossed to the front. Sold Out.
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British book of spells and charms

The british book of spells and charms

Published by Troy Books , The British Book of Spells and Charms is a wonderful addition to the collection of anyone interested in folklore, folk magic, or esoteric studies. The book is illustrated throughout with full colour photographs and artwork and draws on attested sources for its accounts of witchcraft around the British Isles. Carefully put together by the author, Graham King, it is an authentic glimpse into the collection of the Witchcraft Museum 's extensive collection. As former Director of the Witchcraft Museum in Boscastle, Graham King helped build the collection of items and rare books from up and down the country. It was the library's collection that inspired Graham to collate a selection of charms and spells and put a book together on the topic of traditional British witchcraft.

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  1. Loyal B. says:

    Since men and woman have been capable of making vocal sounds, incantations have been floated on airwaves by enchanters, who whispering charms, spells in rituals, hymns and prayers, invoked curses, raised protection deities and summoned demons.

  2. Disccommoldsund1950 says:

    The British Book of Spells and Charms by Graham King | Waterstones

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