Sometimes the only way to get justice is to make it for yourself. Many modern witches believe that you should only use magic to bring positive energy into the world, and most spell books teach you those types of spells. This spell book is different. This spell book is wicked. There are times when you will be hurt by someone you loved, betrayed by someone you trusted, maligned by someone you thought was your friend. Times when the magic of light and love just will not do. Thalia Thorne is an experienced witch and falls firmly into the camp that knows that there is no such thing as "white magic" or "black magic". Magic is what you turn to when mundane methods have failed or just won't work. If you're not pushing back against those who would walk all over you, then you're just going to end up being a doormat. This spell book will teach you how to make your own justice and stand up for yourself. For example, you'll find: Agony of Acne Curse - to give someone a pimple Sour Break Up Spell - to end a relationship Banish Your Ex Hex - to drive them away forever Business Butcher Curse - to destroy a business Liar's Lamentation - to find out who has been spreading lies And over 50 other spells that use simple ingredients and provide step-by-step directions that a beginner can follow. The next time someone wrongs you, will you turn the other cheek? Or will you be wicked?
Drawn from Leland's "Aradia or Gospel of the Witches," Hohman's "Pow-Wows," Lady Wilde's "Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland" and other classic traditional sources , every word in THE SAMHAIN SONG PRESS ULTIMATE GRIMOIRE AND SPELLBOOK OF REAL ANCIENT WITCHCRAFT was penned half a century or more before Gerald Gardner's 1950's release of "Witchcraft Today," the book that is credited with having launched the modern Wiccan tradition. This is a true "pre-Wiccan" witch's spell book filled with clear instructions for making magick happen, for cursing and curing, for binding a lover, for recovering stolen objects, for conjuring prophetic dreams - every imaginable application of the supernatural arts. It is at once a practical guide to wielding magick the way our ancient ancestors understood it, and a mesmerizing window into their "Most Un-Fluffy" true beliefs and way of life.
Tap into the magic all around you with Witchcraft, an illustrated guide to ancient potions, spells, chants, rituals, and incantations from around the world. Learn how to form a spirit circle with coven members, what instruments you need for your craft, special conjurations for each day of the week, and hundreds of crafty spells and potions. With stunning linoleum-cut illustrations by artist Melissa West that bring the magic of the past to life, this comprehensive compendium is also a delightful page-turner that's full of unexpected treasures. Place it in a sacred place in your home--and make sure no enemies find it to access its inestimable powers!
A fairytale, a mystery, a history of hot-air ballooning, and a romance . . . A novel so brilliant, moving, zingy -- and Zingy -- that it could only have come from Jaclyn Moriarty.The Zing family lives in a world of misguided spell books, singular poetry, and state-of-the-art surveillance equipment. They use these things to protect the Zing Family Secret -- one so huge it draws the family to the garden shed for meetings every Friday night. Into their world comes socially isolated middle grader Listen Taylor, whose father is dating a Zing. Enter Cath Murphy, a young teacher at the elementary school that Cassie Zing attends, suffering from a broken heart. How will the worlds of these two young woman connect? Only the reader can know!
Billy Smith is a typical teenage boy.He has many friends who he would rather hang out with than babysit his two kid sisters;Molly and Carol Anne.One night, Billy's parents go out to dinner and leave him in charge of his baby sister; Carol Anne.At first, he thinks that this'll be another boring Saturday night of babysitting, but tonight will be anything but.Just as Billy puts his baby sister;Carol Anne to bed in her crib, a port-hole into another dimension opens up in the baby's nursery-closet and an ugly hag of a witch snatches Carol Anne out of her crib and darts off into the port-hole.William dutifully follows in hot pursuit and now he must band together with a young knight and eventually a wizard to get Carol Anne back before the wicked witch, named Bedelia, uses her in a wicked plot to get her youth and beauty back by sucking Carol Anne's life-force out of the tyke.Billy must race against time or lose his baby sister for
From the creator of Dragonbreath comes a tale of witches, minions, and one fantastic castle, just right for fans of Roald Dahl and Tom Angleberger. When Molly shows up on Castle Hangnail's doorstep to fill the vacancy for a wicked witch, the castle's minions are understandably dubious. After all, she is twelve years old, barely five feet tall, and quite polite. (The minions are used to tall, demanding evil sorceresses with razor-sharp cheekbones.) But the castle desperately needs a master or else the Board of Magic will decommission it, leaving all the minions without the home they love. So when Molly assures them she is quite wicked indeed (So wicked! REALLY wicked!) and begins completing the tasks required by the Board of Magic for approval, everyone feels hopeful. Unfortunately, it turns out that Molly has quite a few secrets, including the biggest one of all: that she isn't who she says she is. This quirky, richly illustrated novel is filled with humor, magic, and an unforgettable all-star cast of castle characters.
Controversy erupts in Miracle Springs, North Carolina, when the owner of the local bookstore tries to play peacekeeper—but winds up playing detective instead . . . Known for her window displays, Nora Pennington decides to showcase fictional heroines like Roald Dahl’s Matilda and Madeline Miller’s Circe for Halloween. But a family-values group disapproves of the magical themes and wastes no time launching a modern-day witch hunt. Suddenly, former friends and customers are targeting not only Nora and Miracle Books, but a new shopkeeper, Celeste, who’s been selling CBD oil products. Nora and her friends in the Secret, Book, and Scone Society are doing their best to put an end to the strife—but then someone puts an end to a life. Declared an accident, the ruling can’t explain the old book page covered with strange symbols and disturbing drawings left under Nora’s doormat. It’s up to Nora and the Secret, Book, and Scone Society to sort out the clues before more bodies turn up and the secrets from Celeste’s past come back to haunt them all . . . “Entertaining . . . packed with mystery, romance, and sisterhood.” —Kirkus Reviews