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4.0 out of 5 stars Great Stuff, May 25, 2003
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This review is from: God Spells : Written Spells, Spoken Spells and Spell Enchancers (Paperback)
It looks kind of like a presentation bound together for a business meeting, which is to say that the book looks very home-made.
Don't let that throw you. Those of us not into Wicca crave a book like this which basically covers Judeo-Christian mysticism and spells (some of this material has been appropriated by Wicca, but not much). You will come away from reading it with a deeper knowledge of the roots of magic than you could get from your average Wiccan book, and also a sense of spirituality that is so sadly lacking in many books that cover the subject of what may be called witchcraft.
It's too bad that William Oribello has passed on; we could use more authors of this type.
Wiccans and other Pagans may be confused by this book, and find it useless - especially if they have chosen to believe that non-Pagan religions forbid witchcraft (they don't, but that argument is not the subject here). But if you're already into "witchcraft" and Christianity, I think you'll like the book a lot.
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Initial post: Nov 25, 2006 6:39:11 PM PST
Nero says:
can you tell me more about "Wiccans and other Pagans may be confused by this book, and find it useless - especially if they have chosen to believe that non-Pagan religions forbid witchcraft (they don't, but that argument is not the subject here)." Sorry to say, but i too am baffled at this.
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