Title: Common Magick
Author’s Name: A. C. Fisher Aldag
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications
Genre: Magick Studies
Page Count: 312 Pages
Author or Book Website: Home (acfisheraldag.net)
Link to Amazon purchase page: Common Magick: Origins and Practices of British Folk Magick: Fisher Aldag, A.C.: Amazon.com: Books
Link to Goodreads: Common Magick: Origins and Practices of British Folk Magick: Fisher Aldag, A.C.: 9780738763132: Amazon.com: Books
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Discover the Folk Magick of the British Isles
A Showcase of Spells, Lore, and the Origins of Magickal Practices
Join author A.C. Fisher Aldag as she explores the folk magick of the British Isles. With fascinating descriptions of traditional lore, stories, and simple spells, Common Magick is a perfect resource for understanding these well-loved magickal practices. This book reveals why folk magick works and shares deep knowledge of magickal timing, sigils, crafts, tools, and more. You will discover what it’s like to work with nature spirits, fairies, deities, and energy beings as well as herbs, crystals, divination, and even folkplays and magickal dances.
Whether you are just curious or you want to enhance your own practice, Common Magick provides a window into folk magick traditions from Cornwall, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Isle of Man, and the North of France. The authentic practices discussed within these pages will give you a new appreciation for the roots of superstitions and the enduring nature of magick.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I want to see what folk magick and healing would be like in this book. I also know this book would come with warnings. It goes thought the most basic of magick and how to get started. It was easy to follow and understand. That made me enjoying reading through it. I have read a few of these over the years. Each book has their spin on this bit of knowledge. This one did make me think that I need go back now and again refresh my grasp of the information.
My Rating of the Book: 3 Stars