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am 18. Juni 2000
I got this book at a yardsale when I was first considering the practice of witchcraft. You cannot believe how great this book made me feel. It showed that , I too, could do magic and spells even though I couldn't go out and get all of the expencive herbs and roots. This book is a blessing.
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am 5. Juni 2000
This is one of my most-referenced books. Wonderful recepies, and lots of good data on 'singles' as well. If you're interested in aromatherapy, magick scents of any kind, or just pleasant incense, this is a great book to have on your shelf. Can't recommend it enough.
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am 20. Juli 2000
An excellent book that is well worth having in your library. Its only shortfall is the lack of background information on many of the more difficult to obtain and/or less common herbs. A list of common substitutions for these rarer herbs would also be useful.
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am 4. Mai 2000
This is one of my favorite books by Scott Cunningham. He explores so many different methods of magickal creation that there is something for everyone and more. If you want to learn more about making your own incense, brews, potions, powders, inks, soaps, tinctures, oils, herbal baths,etc., YOU MUST BUY THIS BOOK. Each section is informative and full of recipies, explanations, suggestions, and warnings. The chapter on substitution is excellent and the charts and appendixes are helpful as well. The book's tone is more instructional rather than spiritual, especially compared to Cunningham's other books. If you are looking for in-depth information about magical herbs and oils, I highly recommend reading Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs and The Magic of Aromatherapy in addition to The Complete Book of Incense, Oils, and Brews.
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am 17. Mai 2000
This book helped me alot and started me off on aromatherapy. It has many, many recipes, all of which I really enjoyed. From it you may learn what each oil or herb can be used for magickally. I still use it and refer to it very often (at least once or twice a week). It contains information about Incences, Oils, Soaps, Ink, Ointments, and, it held a very good substitution table, I have not seen a better one in any book yet. This is the best book I have found on magickal aromatherapy.
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am 2. Juli 1998
This book belongs in every occultist's library. Cunningham has left no stone unturned in his presentation of correspondences and substitutions. The book consists of several sections, each devoted to a specific topic, i.e., incenses, soaps, oils, brews, etc. Each section is alphabetically subdivided by purpose, astrological and plantetary influences, etc. Included for the adventurous are some recipies from older grimoires, along with safer modern blends aimed at the same goals. The incense chapter alone is worth the price of the book. After reading it, you'll never be dependent upon headshop joss sticks and cones again. Also included is a listing of sources for materials. In short, this book is an invaluable reference work, and belongs on every practicing magicians's bookshelf.
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am 18. November 1996
Whether you are a novice in the field or a master you will enjoy Cunningham's book. He wrote a concise book that details how one can make incense, oils and assundry odds and ends for oneself. His instructions are clear and easy to follow (provided one can get all the ingrediants! <grin>). He put tables of substitution in the back of the book but if one is really serious about this field a good companion book would be _Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs_ which contains more detailed tables. I never worry about recommending one of Scott Cunningham's works. In fact, I just wish I could afford to have them all!
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am 7. März 2000
I have to give this book very mixed marks. It contains a whole lot of recipies, but the information on the ingredients is a lot too skimpy. One major fault is the failure to clearly note the oils which can be unsafe to use on skin.
Also note that he didn't sufficiently stress that a mixture destined to be used on skin should NEVER be used full strength!
I bought it hoping for clear advice on massage oils and was certainly disappointed. I'll definately find the correspondences useful but overall, I don't consider it to be on a leve with his herbal books.
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am 4. Oktober 1997
If you're feeling compulsive and rigid in your spellwork, look no further than this book to zap some energy into your magic! Cunningham offers something more than a delightful compendium of recipes for everything from incense to ritual soaps to sachets--he tickles the imagination to come up with ideas even better than what he presents. His chapter on properly substituting ingredients is simply the best of its kind. Cunningham teaches that you need not have wood aloe or dittany of Crete in your magical pantry in order to work magic. A stellar reference!
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am 14. September 1999
Dont get me wrong I like the book, but I think he could have condensed his books to two or three. He seems to repeat alot in each book. I have several and it seems he has written a book for each part of Magic and yet has no definative opinion.
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