Book Review: Ancient Spellcraft From the Hymns of the Hittites to the Carvings of the Celts, by Laura Perry

I have had this book for many years, it is a book of various spells that aid Magicians in manifesting that of fertility, protection, healing, prosperity and more.  In this work Laura Perry covers ancient cultures such as the Celts, Egyptians, Hittites, Crete, Greece, Rome and Scythia.

There are a lot of way and spells that we use as Magicians today to assist in our magical workings to assist those who seek us out for healing, protections, removing of curses or hexes, prosperity, love, fertility and more.  This is a book that focuses on the spells of our ancients incorporating some of the simplest of ingredients, many you can find in your kitchen cupboards and from the recycling of glass jars, and more.

As a practicing Witch I was taught that some of the most powerful magic is the simplest magic as it is from the heart and in this book she focuses much on the same concept in how she guides those according to the specific spells.  She focuses a great deal on the clearing of mind, mental focus on the work you are to manifest and of course the invocations of the Gods to intercede on our behalf.  All of this is how I was taught by my True Mother in how to do my magical workings.

This is a must have for anyone who practices magic it is in my opinion worth the value.

Purchase your copy today here and enjoy it as much as I have and see what Magic you can make and Manifest in your life and that of others.

Ancient Spellcraft: From the Hymns of the Hittites to the Carvings of the Celts


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Chemical Composition: Kyanite is aluminium silicate

Kyanite is a Splintery translucent to transparent bladed crystal.

Metaphysical Properties: Kyanite is one of only two stones which never need cleansing or clearing.  Kyanite is a stone of attunement.  Good for communication, mental awareness.  Stimulates psychic awareness. Excellent for meditation and dream recall.

Corresponding Astrological Signs: Taurus, Libra, Aries

Chakras: Kyanite aligns all chakras automatically and immediately. Also used for opening the chakras.

Black Kyanite corresponds to the Root Chakra.

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A magical spell consisting of a single word, which was popular in medieval times to get rid of illness, misfortune or Demons [There were both good and bad demons and demons capable of both kinds of behaviour. The study of demons is called demonology. The term means “replete with wisdom”; good demons were once called eudemons and evil demons were called cacodemons]. The word is inscribed on an amulet or written out on paper in a magical inverted triangle, in which one letter of the word is dropped in each succeeding line, until nothing is left. The evil is supposed to fade away just as the word does. The diminishing word technique is used in many other spells [a spell is spoken or written formula that, in an act of Magic, is intended to cause or influence a particular course of events] for the same purposes.

In medieval times, abracadabra was believed to ward off the plague aka Black Death. The triangle was written on a piece of paper, which was tied around the neck with flax and worn for nine days, then tossed backwards over the shoulder into a stream of water running towards the east.

The words origin is unknown. It is said by some to have been invented around A.D. 208 by Quintus Serenus Sammonicus, physician to the Roman Emperor Severus, as a cure for the fever. Some hold that Sammonicus merely borrowed a formula that was much older.

According to others, the word comes from the old Aramatic phrase, abhadda kedhabhra, “disappear like this word”, or the Hebrew phrase abreq ad habra “hurl your thunderbolt even unto death”. It is also said to be derived from the name Abraxas, the Gnostic god who appears on charms against the evil eye dating from the second century. Another possibility is that is the name of some long forgotten demon. Increase Mather 1639-1723 [Illustrious Puritan minister and intellectual who viewed witchcraft and supernatural happenings as evidence of God’s growing displeasure with New England] dismissed it as a ‘hobgoblin word” that had no power at all. Aleister Crowley, on the other hand, said it is a magical word of great power and that its true form is abracadabra.

Some of the oldest charms are magical words or phrases written on parchment and worn around the neck. The term Abracadabra, which dates back at least to 2nd century Rome, and probably is older than that, is suppose to cure fever.












This is typically done without spacing in this formation for healing, blessings and more, it is believed to have originated from a demon or spirit by the name Abraxas.