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mag·ick

 (măj′ĭk)
n.
In Wicca and certain other belief systems, action or effort undertaken to effect personal transformation or external change.

[Variant of magic.]

mag′ick·al adj.
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who is currently serves as one of the Elders of the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel, a Wiccan syncretic tradition that draws inspiration from Astrology, Qabala, the Western Magickal Tradition and the folk religions of Europe) is a collection of proven and tested methods, rituals, and systems that will help you deepen and clarify your capacity to sense and understand the rich worlds beyond the veils of the ordinary.
They include: Wiccan, Witchcraft and Magickal Terms, A Divination Dictionary, The Symbolism of Crystals, The Symbolism of Birds and Animals, The Symbolism of Trees, Plants, and Herbs, The Symbolism of Incense and Essential Oils, The Symbolism of Colors, and The Symbolism of Gods and Angels.
Synopsis: Written for mothers, by mothers, "Witchy Mama: Magickal Traditions, Motherly Insights & Sacred Knowledge" offers practical and magickal ideas, inspiration, and information to help you overcome stress and exhaustion, banish bad dreams, soothe boo-boos, create a magickal home, achieve personal goals, and more.
Though we are fairly square East Coast types unaccustomed to public nudity, magickal or otherwise, we eagerly agreed to all of this, and Elowen was glad to have the chance to show us what her faith looked like in practice.
It's simple, it's packed with ideas for such approaches, and it covers everything from how to make a home into a magickal place and work with higher beings on a daily basis to creating five-minute rituals and daily mini-divinations to make Witchcraft an accessible, easy, flexible practice.
Incense: Crafting & Use of Magickal Scents appears in a new, expanded edition pairing recipes and information on dozens of new ingredients with a guide to making homemade blends using natural ingredients, and is a top recommendation for any who would use incense in their lives.
The resultant enclosed square formed by the negative space between the panels was one of many cloistered sites within this modest new Los Angeles gallery and served as remainder and reminder of the artist's magickal intentions.
The leader of the organization, Paul Remi Prevost, describes Lovecraft's fiction in similar terms to Grant and Aquino: "These stories and novels contain hidden meanings and magickal formulae unknown even to their creator" (Prevost).
For the first 10 years of his incarceration, Echols took a mostly scholarly interest in the subject--absorbing magickal texts and theories, while only occasionally dabbling in its practice.
In The Herbal Alchemist's Handbook, an expert combines the twin arts of alchemy and herbalism to create mystical, magickal (her spelling) "philters, elixirs, oils, incense, and formulas for ritual use.
This charming guide will appeal to young crafters as well as Wiccans, with instructions on how to make tarot cards, magickal oils, jewelry, and more.
Flora Segunda; being the magickal mishaps of a girl of spirit, her glass-gazing sidekick, two ominous butlers (one blue), a house with eleven thousand rooms, and a red dog.