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by Denise Alvarado

eBook The Gypsy Wisdom Spellbook ePub
Author: Denise Alvarado
Language: English
ISBN: 1442119160
ISBN13: 978-1442119161
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 6, 2009)
Pages: 58
Category: New Age & Spirituality
Subcategory: Religios
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 797
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ePub file: 1376 kb
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The Gypsy Wisdom Spellbook book.

The Gypsy Wisdom Spellbook book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Gypsy Wisdom Spellbook. by. Denise Alvarado (Goodreads Author).

This book is an expansion and improvement upon the previously released but no longer in print, Gypsy Wisdom Spellbook.

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All artwork and photography is by Denise Alvarado or in the public domain. Other books by this author: The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook A Guide to Serving the Seven African Powers Voodoo Dolls in Magick and Ritual.

Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook - Denise Alvarado. Praise for The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook. The spells she presents are steeped in the wisdom of the river, the bayous, and the roots and plants that folk practitioners have used for centuries. As the famed New Orleans Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau did before her, Denise creates a path to these traditions for all who seek to discover them. Like most authors, after a time I wished I had written some things differently, added things I initially omitted, and organized things differently.

Gypsy Witches Sorcery Fortune Telling Book Transylvania Spells Dictionary. Alvarado Denise-Gypsy Wisdom Spells Charms & F (US IMPORT) BOOK NEW. Buckland's Book of Gypsy Magic: Travelers' Stories, Spells, & Healings: Traveler.

Instead of hexing your ex or casting a curse, embrace the good things in life with this charming collection of easy-to-follow traditional spells and folk wisdom of the Romany people--also known as Gypsies--for attracting good luck, love, health, and wealth. This Spellbook differs from others in that it provides a historical backdrop for the gypsy life experience and is peppered with a selection of authentic vintage photographs that are enchanting to the eye. Whether you are looking to add to your own collection of charms and spells or are simply curious, this lavish compilation will both entertain and enlighten, and will bring love and luck to all those who believe. P'aves Baxtalo/Baxtali! May you be lucky!
sergant
I don't feel the author put much thought into this book.
Kabei
This is an alright little spellbook. I get the impression that it's mostly made up of the highlights from Buckland's and Leland's books on gypsy magic, and a couple other sources credited as well. I like Denise Alvardo's spellbooks in general, which are all done up in similar style -- they're mostly just lists of spells, no complex 'teaching magical thought' or things like that unless warranted.

Promo materials and the back cover claim "This Spellbook differs from others in that it provides a historical backdrop for the gypsy life experience and is peppered with a selection of authentic vintage photographs that are enchanting to the eye." The historical backdrop is 5 pages long -- it is a single chapter at the beginning, mostly talking about the unfortunate plight of gypsies around the world. I actually think it does a bit of disservice to the book to include it, as it starts one off immediately with a sense like "Well, if these spells are so great then why aren't the gypsies rich and happy?" But, like Jim Haskins says in one of his books, magic tends to thrive most amongst troubled cultures. The vintage photos are cute, if a little poorly printed (that's Createspace for you -- they have trouble with the color gray, I find.) The pictures are not super-relevant to the text aside from being pictures of gypsies -- they're not pictures of real spellcasts or anything like that, and mostly are Victorian staged photography.

There are about 41 spells plus a chapter on how to make talismans. As of this writing Amazon doesn't seem to have the book in stock, and the "used" copies are going for over $100 for some reason. I don't know if I'd recommend the book THAT much. I bought my copy elsewhere for $11 new, and for that rate I call it a good buy.
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