The Element Encyclopedia of Spells Enter the world of myth and magic Five thousand spells and rituals spanning over years of history from Earth s every corner This book is a treasure trove rooted in magical and spiritual tradition

  • Title: The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells
  • Author: Judith Illes
  • ISBN: 9780007749874
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Enter the world of myth and magic Five thousand spells and rituals spanning over 5000 years of history from Earth s every corner This book is a treasure trove rooted in magical and spiritual traditions from all over the world Discover binding spells and banishing spells for love, luck, success, wealth, power, spiritual protection, enhanced psychic power, physical healinEnter the world of myth and magic Five thousand spells and rituals spanning over 5000 years of history from Earth s every corner This book is a treasure trove rooted in magical and spiritual traditions from all over the world Discover binding spells and banishing spells for love, luck, success, wealth, power, spiritual protection, enhanced psychic power, physical healing, better sex, enhanced fertility, and much You can also learn how to summon and work with a variety of powerful spritual forces, including angels, saints and spirits This is the ultimate reference book for the magical arts.

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    1. A personal friend of ours, Judika is very knowledgable of all the various types of spiritual paths out there.This book is by far the most comprehensive book that I have found on magic in my 20 years of following a Pagan path.I highly recommend it, if only for the historical value in it!

    2. Massive book, large, thick and heavy. I was impressed by the amazing variety, some spells are dangerous though, and some are a little ridiculous, so use common sense. If you are unfamiliar with any of the ingredients, research them thoroughly before use. A fascinating read with spells from a multiple of cultures, great for ideas when creating your own spells, includes recipes for incenses, oils and the likes, although not all are indexed, which was frustrating and required scanning every page wh [...]

    3. A really good reference book that's very comprehensive. Although, I notice she has a lot of unnecessary filler material that seems to be geared towards people who are newer to the study. It's kind of pointless, since newer people shouldn't be looking at reference books if they don't have the basics of spellcraft down.

    4. Want to cast a spell? This is your book! "The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells" certainly stands up to its name. If you love magic and Wicca, you will truly enjoy this book. Drawing on many different magical traditions, Illes puts together a book on the topics of wealth, love, success, and even curses. From Hoodoo to historical grimoire magic, you will be amazed. Happy spell casting! - Colleen M.

    5. Without a doubt this is the Larousse Gastronomique of the modern witchy world. Clearly written and categorised, any witch would want this on their bookshelf (or coffee table!) Don't be fooled - this is not light-hearted reading. It assumes the reader already has a clear knowledge of using magic, when to use it, how to use it and most importantly when not to use it! The spells are from around the world, and from a variety of different cultures and religions. Some are extremely complicated and inv [...]

    6. This book is--enormous. I did not read it cover to cover. There is a 102-page intro section that contains all kinds of good, basic information about the construction of rituals and the details and tools of spellcrafting, which was interesting for me as a beginner. The spells themselves are taken from many, many magickal traditions throughout history, giving them a wide variety. Illes modernizes the wording and ingredients for many more traditional spells, which may be a good or a bad thing, depe [...]

    7. This book is a collection of spells from a variety of sources. The most basic thing that this book does for the reader is That it gives a wide variety of spells from ancient sources and a diverse variety from different disciplines. This book should be a welcome addition to any person who is interested in magic regardless of the level Of your understanding of magic. The main drawback to this book is the indexing. The indexing leaves a lot to be desired. For example the book contains a great deal [...]

    8. This is now my go to book for information and inspiration when spellcasting. For the seeker of knowledge, it provides an awe-inspiring look at how common everyday items were used across the world for spellcasting and "getting things done" Information comes from a wide range of sources, with what appears to be a strong focus on rootwork. I would not recommend this book to the novice witch for spellcasting because many of the spells if used without careful thought could cause unintended harm. And [...]

    9. I've just finished my solid browse through this tome. That is, I read the informative sections at the front & browsed the spell chapters, rather than read the whole damn thing. It was a fantastic read & will make a valuable addition to the shelf. If it doesn't collapse it, that is.5000 Spells covers a wide range topics, cultures & divinities with Judika Illes doing a good job of presenting multiple view points on the usual controversial topics (hexes, love spells, etc).I particularly [...]

    10. This is not a book you just sit down and read--it's an encyclopedia and is a pretty good reference book. However--personally I found some of the content completely irrelevant to myself, but again--if you're interested in studying different cultures and religious practices, this is ok.I would have one major disagreement with this book though. It definitely does not (in my opinion) help clear misconceptions of anyone who practices magic. It seems that it plays into a lot of stereotypes and I thoug [...]

    11. There is so much to this book i could easily write a 5 page review. But to keep it simple , this is one hell of a book. Yes some of the things in it are not for actual practice in life as some of them are either folk tales or highly dangerous because of ingredients. But the wealth of information you gather from here outweighs that by far, many of the things can be put to practical use even for someone not interested in the spells . There are many herbal teas ,baths, and incense recipes. In short [...]

    12. As with an Magick, the spell wrote by oneself will always work better than something someone else has spit out. Magick is personal. Magick is for gain for oneself or others, or the others demise or ill-fortune. What works for some, doesn't work for others. Although there were several ideas I had not considered using Magick for, I still found the book useless.

    13. This a great reference and learning tool for those that want to learn more about magick for all over the world. Some decent spells but a lot of details, unfortunately there are some that are harder to find spell items or just flat out to expensive to get. Great book, I would suggest it for anyone who wants an all encompassing spell book.

    14. I used to keep grimoires then I discovered this!Actually, the best part of this book is the rich introductory materials. There is so much lore and nerdy trivia in here! I love it! I've read and re-read the informational sections of this book many, many, many times. I even forced it upon a curious (muggle) roommate once! This is one of my two most cherished books. I have held my first-edition copy for nearly fifteen years!

    15. I really like this book, but I do have some problems with it. First off it's a great reference book if you already know what your doing. I find it very useful for gathering ideas, as well reminding me of things that I have forgotten over time. However, there is some silly stuff in this book, which would lead someone who didn't know what they are doing, to draw the opinion that its a joke. Also, there is some stuff within the pages that can be rather dangerous if you don't know what your doing.

    16. I absolutely love this book. It's work it's weight in gold. From cover to cover this hard back book is filled with a plethora of spells and information that I have used again and again in my line of work. Beautifully written and arranged this book will adorn my shelf always.

    17. this series is a good starter pack. it contains brief information on a lot of different things, and is a good place to do beginner reference and expand further from there. i'm also a sucker for the format and style of the books - they just look good, and i can't help but think of how good they'd look together on my bookshelf. as a bibliophile, i really like this series.obviously, don't consult these for in-depth research. but, again, they're a good place to start broad, wide-ranging consultation [...]

    18. This is perhaps the best spell book on the market. Involving a massive collection of clear, precise spells categorized properly, this book has everything you could ever want in the field. Additionally, it has comprehensive lists and explanations of various forms of spell-casting, religions, and practices in the back of the book, and well-worded summaries of each section. There is a lot to learn from this giant volume, and it's fun, too!It's a must-have for any serious witch or Wiccan, and it's a [...]

    19. This book is fabulous, it is a collection of spells/charms from all different paths, not just witchcraft and is a wonderful reference book because it envelopes other leanings (eg; Egyptian and Eastern beliefs) and a more traditional school of witchcraft.Although some spells are irrelevant for today's use, this is a nice book if you are interested in putting together your own spells as it gives you some lovely ideas on what to use and why.Excellent book for sitting cosily with a cup of tea on a r [...]

    20. I cannot say enough wonderful things about this book and author. She researches her information clearly and shares it in language that is simple and easy to understand. She is precise for those who have little experience with mystical arts and she is amusing and reminds the reader to use their brains while doing many of the more complicated workings. She pulls from all of the familiar traditions and also some less familiar ones, appealing to all walks of life, any religious background and any le [...]

    21. Judika Illes is a wonderful writer. Her style is easy to comprehend and her knowledge and understanding manifests itself into a plethora of wonderful information. Keep in mind that this book along with The Element Encyclopedia of Witchcraft are written as stated. They are indeed an encyclopedia and therefore read as such. As for informational sources, I highly recommend Judika Illes. Her style is not "Fluffy", it is precise and factual.I suggest that anyone purchasing this book ALSO purchase her [...]

    22. This book is wonderful for looking up references and ideas for new spells or rituals, however, I would recommend you read the entire introduction to this book. Many of these spells are from older sources and are dangerous. So be careful, head this books warnings, and research any ingredient you plan to ingest further before you craft anything. The organization can be a little rough to work with, but it isn't exceedingly difficult, and this book has spells for just about everything. Good read.

    23. I absolutely love this book. Anything you need is in there, and I can see that Judika did her research and worked endlessly to put together a wonderful array of spells. I recommend this book to everyone from the curious and the beginner to the seasoned Witch. This book is a fixture in my personal library and if you decide to add it to yours, you will be glad you did!

    24. Truly a must have, I have read through many pagan and Wiccan books but this one is defiantly the most informative. Wonderful history and an amazing assortment of spells. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking to learn more about the history of paganism and spells. Blessed Be )o(

    25. LOTS of good ideas in here. The spells come from all different disciplines. Probably mostly pagan, but there are spells from asia, the middle east, santeria, herbalism. I would encourage having some system that you are devoted to and feel uncomfortable about using some spells involving gods and goddesses that I am not familiar with. But it's fascinating to read and has also been useful.

    26. First of all the authors name is Judika and not Judith, but with that said this is a must have book for any Witch or Wiccan or Judika has put so much time and work into this collection and it is my go to book in my library. My copy is filled with bookmarks, oil stains, wax drippings, and pieces of

    27. I leered at this book for many years before I bought it I have to say! BUT now I own both the 5000 and 1000 as well as her dream dictionary.I enjoy the information and the seriously overwhelming compendium of pre made spells. I use these sections as ideas and inspirations and I really think this is the best way to use this massive text.

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