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Buckland’s Complete Book of Witchcraft
by Raymond Buckland.
This is a great book for those wanting to study High magick, and this can be used as a workbook.
By Oak Ash & Thorn by D J Conway
Candle Magick for Beginners
by Richard Webster, another favourite of mine with practical writing and easy reading
This book may be small, but the info it contains is enormous. I love this wee book, which covers the Craft from a Celtic viewpoint. The list of Celtic Deities at the end is a useful table and source.
Complete book of Incense oils & Brews
by Scott Cunningham, if you like mixing your own stuff, then this book is for you.
Crystal Bible by Judy Hall
This book aims to be useful to the beginner and expert alike, using a directory format which makes the crystals easily identifiable.
“This is one of the first books I ever came across that I identified with. If you want to use the elements to practice low magick, then this is a great starting point and to me was like coming home. Scott Cunningham became my teacher and mentor
Earth, Air, Fire, Water
This is the follow up to Earth Power, and carries on where the other book leaves off. It helps you also to then discover how to bring about your own spells. Engage in fire, sea, ice and mirror magick to name but a few.
Encyclopaedia of Crystal, Gem & Metal Magick
Another book by Mr Cunningham deceased, this book covers the magickal aspects of crystals – what to use for energy, to attract love, to protect yourself etc, as well as his usual hidden humour that I adore so much.
Encyclopaedia of essential oils Julia Lawless
I keep this book in the shop for reference on all the ins and outs of individual oils. A great reference book.
Encyclopaedia of Magickal Herbs
I know, you are getting fed up of my mentioning this guy, but I adore his books. This covers all magickal aspects, history, folklore and uses of the herbs, what planet they are connected to, what they will attract and much much more.
Gentle Arts of Natural Magic by Marion Green