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By Scott Cunningham

The methods of magic are printed in nature . . . The secrets and techniques are written in meandering streams and drifting clouds, whispered through the roaring ocean and cooling breeze, echoed via caves and rocks and forests.

When you draw a center within the sand, name at the 4 winds for suggestions, or ask the rain to clean away a nasty behavior, you're training earth magic. by way of operating in concord with nature, we will be able to remodel ourselves, our lives, and our international. This tried-and-true consultant deals a couple of hundred spells, rites, and easy rituals you could practice utilizing the strong strength of the earth.

Scott Cunningham was once a significantly revered instructor and probably the most influential participants of the trendy Craft circulation. A practitioner of elemental magic for two decades, he wrote greater than fifty books, together with the seminal Wicca: A advisor for the Solitary Practitioner.

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