The Book of Spells by Nicola de Pulford
Over 40 Secret Recipes to Get Your Own Way in Love, Work, and Play

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Do you believe in magic? For those who do--but also for those who just want to have fun--here are 42 enticing, exotic, and sometimes slightly erotic magic spells to help readers prosper at work, play, or in love. This "recipe-style" book presents spells from many different times and cultures. They include ancient Egyptian, Babylonian, Persian, Mayan, North American Indian, and Druidic charms, ingredients, dances, and incantations for looking and feeling one's best, for catching and keeping a mate, for repelling unwanted suitors, for gaining a measure of fame and fortune, for protecting against bad luck, and much more. There is also detailed information on potent herbs and their uses, including rosemary, St. John's Wort, garlic, mistletoe, ginger root, sage and bay leaves. Includes more than 300 full-color illustrations.
 

About Nicola de Pulford

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Nicola de Pulford grew up on a farm in rural England, where she learned herbal lore when she was very young. She regularly tours the U.K., performing medieval folk songs. She lives in Devon, England.
 
Published September 1, 1998 by Barron's Educational Series. 128 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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