Book of Shadows


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Book of Shadows

Also known as the Book of Spells, this is a book used by modern witches for recording spells and rituals, magic diagrams, recipes and anything associated with their art.
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On witchcraft, officers are told, "Witches have a Book of Shadows, which contains a handwritten record or diary of their personal progress as a witch.
Phoebe found an old tome called The Book of Shadows and recited an incantation which left them with powers they were destined to have, and they soon discovered their need to be together to fulfil an ancient witchcraft prophecy.
And for the 25,000 young and young-at-heart who attended there was live music from the likes of Book of Shadows, Funhouse and girl group Dragonheart.
Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows," which test $15 million to make, earned just $47 million worldwide.
This week, Paige tries to use the Book of Shadows to help her colleagues - but fails to foresee the disastrous consequences of her actions.
The original micro-budgeted fright fest scooped more than pounds 200 million in 1999, although the 2000 follow up, Book Of Shadows directed by Joe Berlinger, flopped after a string of terrible reviews.
But the subject list reads like the syllabus at Hogwarts School in the Harry Potter books - including Spell Casting, Divination, Spirits, Gods and Goddesses, The Book of Shadows and Moon Magic.
The new Alice In Wonderland Book Of Shadows eye makeup palette (supplied by HCT) is a perfectly designed packaging interpretation of the story with its pop-up scene and fantastical illustrations.
Other highlights of this year's event include trips on the Barry Steam Railway, aromatherapy and massage exhibitions, fairground rides, live music from Celtic folk group Mabon, Book of Shadows, Funhouse, and Dragonheart.