Spell Bound The Teenage Witch's Essential Handbook by Teresa Moorey


Spell Bound The Teenage Witch's Essential Handbook by Teresa Moorey

The phenomenal success of shows such as Buffy, Sabrina and Charmed goes some way to suggest the number of teenagers today who are interested in witchcraft and wicca. Inundated by requests from teens hungry for more information, Teresa Moorey - one of Britain's best-known witches and astrologers - has created this fun yet grounded guide to the Craft. In it, she explains: how to open the magical senses; the practical basics of witchcraft and spell-working; cool ways to celebrate the eight seasonal festivals; magickal secrets and mystical symbols; and the power and responsibility of wiccaSpell Bound will also include a note for parents to allay parental concerns about this ancient path.

About the Author

Teresa Moorey has written over thirty books on witchcraft, astrology and related subjects, including the bestselling Witchcraft, A Beginner's Guide. She is a practising counsellor, hypnotherapist and astrologer, and is also a tutor for the Faculty of Astrological Studies, having gained their Diploma and Gold Medal in 1989. For her entire adult life she has explored the mysterious and the mystical, following the ancient paths of Goddess worship and witchcraft. She lives in the Cotswolds with her husband and four children, aged from 20 to 3 years old.

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256 pages


Teresa Moorey
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Publication date

7th March 2002



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