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Magickal Formulary Spellbook I

Magickal Formulary Spellbook I     

by Herman Slater
Price: $21.95

Book Website:  http://www.magickalchilde,com

140 Pages, Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5

ISBN: Unavailable

Fellow Sorcerers, Magicians and Witches; this Grimoure was collected to help all the sincere practitioners out there, in the putting togeather of many rituals extant. There are fragments in print of many of these formulae, but nowhere are they all listed until now. For the last ten years I have collected them from various sources. I hope they will quench your thirst.

About The Author

Author Herman Slater founded the legendary Warlock Shoppe in Brooklyn Heights New York, USA over 30 years ago, which was then reborn as the world-famous: Magickal Childe - a world-wide source of magick books, exotic supplies, and home base for three witch Covens and exceptional tarot and spiritual readers. Mr. Slater known worldwide is mostly responsible for popularizing the Wiccan tradition - previously known only throughout England - in the United States, and he was editor of more than ten Magick reference books. Regarding other books by Mr. Slater - it is said that he discovered the famous manuscript "necronomicon" when a mysterious monk delivered the manuscript to Herman's store, then called the Warlock Shop. A lot of people believe this to be the actual necronomicon.


Slater's Book I and Book II makes the classic grimoires pale to insignificance in terms of practicality! United States)

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