The authors of the bestselling Wiccapedia, and creators of the successful Modern-Day Witch series, provide an in-depth guide to crystal craft, and the magickal properties behind individual stones. Includes a twelve page four-color insert on 20 essential crystals!
In their follow-up to the popular Wiccapedia and other books in the Modern Witch series, Shawn Robbins and Leanna Greenaway offer readers an authoritative, in-depth guide to crystal magick and spells. They explain how crystal craft works; how to choose and collect magickal stones; and how to care for, charge, program, and house your crystals. They provide information on crystal circles, wands, and sabbats, as well as an A–Z list of the most commonly used crystals and their magical properties. Spells cover everything from protection, healing, and mindfulness to blessings and divination. Readers will learn how to incorporate crystals and gemstones into daily rituals and enhance their lives with healing crystal magick.
Learn how to use these crystals for:
Amethyst: Helping a child sleep
Black Obsidian: Banishing evil spirits and removing unwanted people from your life
Citrine: Attracting money
Fire Agate: Spicing up passion
Fluorite: Personal protection when you’re out and about
Hematite: Blessing a home
Kunzite: Finding true love
Turquoise: Protection while driving
Leanna Greenaway is a popular British clairvoyant who has appeared on TV and radio. She is the author or coauthor of numerous books, including Wiccapedia (coauthor) and Simply Tarot (also Sterling), and was a columnist for UK Fate & Fortune Magazine. She lives in the UK, and you can follow her on her YouTube channel.
Shawn Robbins is the author or coauthor of five books, including Sterling’s successful The Good Witch (coauthor), Wiccapedia (coauthor), which is now used as a reference guide in many online Wicca schools, and the Wiccapedia Journal. She has taught classes about herbs, health, and healing at the New York School of Occult Arts and lectures extensively throughout the country on these subjects.