Note: At the very beginning of this book the author asks you to take an oath to do no harm and I can't state enough how much I disagree with this statement and the framing of this statement with the inaccurate historic assertions that this somehow pertains to medieval sorcerers and indigenous. The belief that indigenous people are a monolish is such a gross colonialist take I almost don't want to carry this book. However, I've been looking for books that focus on different magical techniques and I do find there to be some redeeming qualities in this book. I just wanted to put my thoughts here. -Alex
From the publisher:
Cast powerful spells with ancient knot magic that has been around for centuries. With a length of string, ribbon, cord, or anything that can be knotted, you can quickly make magic work for you, whether to enchant new love into your life, change your fortune, or manifest your dreams. You'll learn not only the best way to cast a spell, but also the best time to perform the spell to ensure success. Become a master knot maker as your spells take root.
This unique collection includes all-powerful witch's ladders, where additional talismans are woven in with the knots to reinforce the desired outcome, and "unknotting" charms, which banish all forms of negativity. Enhance your magic and knowledge as you bring positive energy into your life. Plus, you'll have access to a "magical knot directory" that provides the tools you'll need to get started on your magical journey.
Knot Magic is an approachable and ideal reference guide for seasoned and curious spiritualists who want to practice knot magic.
Sarah Bartlett is the author of several spiritual and occult books, including the best-selling Tarot Bible and the Essential Guide to Psychic Powers. An astrologer for many women's magazines such as UK Cosmopolitan, She, Spirit and Destiny, and the London Evening Standard, Sarah currently contributes to BBC Radio 2 show, Steve Wright in the Afternoon, as well as to theastrologyroom.com, of which she is a founding member. She has written Supernatural Places for National Geographic, and The Afterlife Bible for Octopus. Sarah teaches and practices astrology, tarot, Wicca, and other occult arts.
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- Weight: 15.00oz
- Dimensions: 7.80in x 5.80in x 0.75in
- ISBN: 157715214X