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Book Of Shadows

High Priestess Doreen Valiente made the claim that Gerald Gardner, father of modern wicca, found the term Book of Shadows from a 1949 edition of a magazine known as The Occult Observer. In this edition, she claimed, was an advertisement for Gardner's novel, High Magic's Aid, which was opposite an article titled The Book of Shadows written by the palmist Mir Bashir.

Since then the term Book Of Shadows has taken on the meaning of a personal book in which you collect spells, rituals, recipes, experiments and make notes of results, very much like Gardner and his predecessors did and those that followed him.

To help you build yours we are adding sections detailing the history and use of some of our more popular products which you can collect, copy, print, bind or save to your hard drive.

Abramelin Oil

Candle Dressing and Anointing

Choosing a Colour

Dragon's Blood

Ink Black Spell

Magic Money Jar

Van Van Oil and Chinese Wash

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