Witchcraft is a word that, for some, may inspire fantastical images of women flying through the night sky on broomsticks and shooting sparks out of glimmering wands. Others mistakenly associate those who practice witchcraft with the dark arts - believing witches go around hexing people or practicing black magic to cause trouble for people they dislike. Of course, none of these notions is accurate - they are rooted in old fairy tales, Hollywood movies, and stubborn, persistent misconceptions that still cloud many people's understanding of this timeless and magical way of life.
The truth is, witchcraft is not fantasy and is not inherently malicious. I ask you to leave these misconceptions at the door. When you've done this, you're ready to embark on a journey to understand the truth about witchcraft - that it is a vibrant, nature-based spiritual practice that is alive and well in our modern times, just as it has been for longer than we've been recording history. Rather than "hexing", witches work their craft to enhance their lives and the lives of those around them. If you feel like your life is missing something, a little bit of magic could be all you need to give you a push in the right direction.
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not happy with this audio book at all
a better person reading the book !
not sure yet
she was terrible ! her voice was so flat it was hard to not zone completely out while she talked but then suddenly her voice and become louder .. it sounded like she had recorded the same paragraph a few times and someone mashed them all together with no flow at all ! also she has extremely long pauses between paragraphs i actually checked to see if my phone had died or something. Im glad i did not waste my money on this book sadly i did waste a free credit
the book has no characters
I wasn't actually very pleased with the contents of the book its self but that is just my person opinion on her topics
Unbiased and informative
- D. Joyce