March 17, 2006

Good Magic

Book Review: Good Magic
Author: Marina Medici
Publisher: Fireside

This book would be a good fifty cent yard sale find.

The look of this book feels outdated by at least 30 years, which could easily be overcome if the content did not tend to step outside the boundaries of modern reality for those who have a practical sense of magic; If you are interested in banishing guilt, being charming or anything inbetween - the incantations in here are abundant. However, the chapters worth salt focus mostly on herbs, flowers and stones.

It should be noted that the author clearly dissasociates herself with wicca. Her good magic is more or less an heirloom of insights and practices passed down by previous generations. When all is said and done, this book is very basic. There are better out there.


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