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K&K Magickal Book {Grimiore}

KandK is a group where all paths can share chapters in their lives as well as their BOS's =Book of Shadows.

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Use you mouse and play with the kitty for a bit as you think upon the pages of the books of old that have been lost with so much within them.
Here a placement of some knowledge is being kept. Along with how to make your own book, paper and inks for the special of things as well. Enjoy and add as you can to them.

Book of Shadows is a fairly new term, allegedly stemming from the witch persecutions, though most likely coming from the work of Gardner in the 1950's. Before then, a book of magical workings was called a Grimiore. It is hard to say who wrote the very first one, or even when. So many books have been lost to history... it breaks my heart to think about it. The Egyptians probably have the best collection of Pre-Christian era magic.

"The 6th and 7th Books of Moses" (not commonly acknowledged as existing by the Christian Church, though "The Five Books of Moses" are quite common) have a lot of information on spells and rituals for controlling Demons and Angels. "The Keys of Solomon the King" have similar information, but also have information on controlling the Planetary Spirits. Both have many symbols and seals needed to do the rites, and to have continued power after the rite is over.

These works are considered to be works of "Black Magic" or "Demonology", even though they were written by prominent figures in Christian History. The Christians, of course, claim these works to be fraudulent and created by the "Enemies of the Church" (most likely the Freemasons, and the Masons have been rumored to have such "Books of Power" [I have copies, but I'd LOVE to get my hands on an original translation!])

Another set of works were written by Henry Cornelius Agrippa. The easiest way to find the complete works, is to buy the book "Three Books of Occult Philosophy" as edited by Donald Tyson for Llewellyn as a part of their "Sourcebook Series"

A grimoire (pronounced /ɡrɪmˈwɑr/) is a textbook of magic. Such books typically include instructions on how to create magical objects like talismans and amulets, how to perform magical spells, charms and divination and also how to summon or invoke supernatural entities such as angels, spirits, and demons. In many cases the books themselves are also believed to be imbued with magical powers, though in many cultures other sacred texts that are not grimoires, such as the Bible and Qur'an, have also been believed to intrinsically have magical properties; in this manner whilst all books on magic could be thought of as grimoires, not all magical books could.

Whilst the term grimoire is originally European, and many Europeans throughout history, particularly ceremonial magicians and cunning folk, have made use of grimoires, the historian Owen Davies noted that similar such books can be found all across the world, ranging from Jamaica to Sumatra, and he also noted that the first such grimoires could be found not in Europe but in the Ancient Near East.

It is most commonly believed that the term grimoire originated from the Old French word grammaire, which had initially been used to refer to all books written in Latin. By the 18th century, the term had gained its now common usage in France, and had begun to be used to refer purely to books of magic, which Owen Davies presumed was because "many of them continued to circulate in Latin manuscripts." However, the term grimoire also later developed into a figure of speech indicating something that was hard or even impossible to understand amongst the French. It was only in the 19th century, with the increasing interest in occultism amongst the British following the publication of Francis Barrett's The Magus (1801), that the term entered the English language in reference to books of magic



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Parchement Papers 15 Replies

Started by Dept of PMM Artists & things. Last reply by Dept of PMM Artists & things Feb 12, 2014.

Feather Magick by Bre Geier

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To heal from a distance by Kath Green

Started by Dept of PMM Artists & things Jan 10, 2014.

How to Make a Charm Bag by Marti Finizio 2 Replies

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Keep Away by Marti Finizio

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Reuniting Reflections Spell by Marti Finizio

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Simple Health Blessing by Marti Finizio

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Shimmering Silver Spell by Marti Finizio

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MONEY SPELLS by Rev. Carol A. Ingle (Raven) 10 Replies

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General Invocation Spell by Marti Finizio

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How to remove a curse from an object by Marti Finizio

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Wiccan Beauty Spell by Marti Finizio

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Storm Spell by Marti Finizio 8 Replies

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The Golden Cord of Manifestation‏ 1 Reply

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Casting and Uncasting a Simple Circle. by Marti Finizio

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Ma'at Spell for Justice (A Courtcase Spell) by The Smart Witch 1 Reply

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Endings and Beginnings Spell 2 Replies

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To Warm the heart and ease the Mind Spell

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Prosperity Spell‏ 1 Reply

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Personal Success Spell

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Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on January 7, 2014 at 8:24pm
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Marti Finizio 11:24in the mornin' Jan 7
Classic Witch Bottle

This type of charm is an old one, and is a classic spell to protect your home. It was originally intended as a way to protect against witchcraft, but its a common form of protection magick today.You will need a number of things, though you can adapt or modify the exact contents:

• A jar with a tight lid
• Pieces of broken glass
• Nails or pins (rusty is best)
• A pinch or two of dried rosemary and/or rue
• Vinegar

The exact amount of any items will depend a lot on how big a jar you use. Fill the jar with broken glass, rusty nails or other sharp bits of metal. Pieces of broken plates would work ok too. Fill the rest of the jar with vinegar, lemon juice or sour wine. If you want to be really authentic, add a little urine in their too.

Seal the jar tightly, and bury it outside your front door. A witch bottle will protect your house for years.

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on January 7, 2014 at 12:43pm

Marti Finizio 11:26in the mornin' Jan 7
Easy Home Protection

Seal your home up from any unwelcome or negative influences. I love this magic protection spell, and its also on the easy spells page because of its simplicity. You just need:

• A small handful of coarse salt
• A teaspoon or so of garlic powder or minced garlic

Stir the salt and garlic together, and put a few pinches of it on every windowsill and doorway into your house. If you can get every opening, that would be ideal. A bit on the fireplace hearth or the garage door, for example. Both salt and garlic are potent protective magick.

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on January 7, 2014 at 12:33pm

Marti Finizio 11:48in the mornin' Jan 7
A Clean Break Spell

A good symbolic break can do wonders to snap a negative spell against you. You should have:
•A dry tree branch (about 18 inches long)
•Black yarn or ribbon
•2 safety pins
•Vetivert or agrimony leaves
Any type of wood will do, but the branch need to be dry enough that it will break when you bend it. Wrap black yarn a few times around each end of the stick, and as you wind the yarn, wrap in your herbs. Then attach a safety pin to the yarn at each end.
When the stick is done, leave it on your altar overnight. The next day, pick up the stick, holding the yarn-covered ends in either hand. Say loudly, "I break your spell, you are broken!" and then snap the stick in half. Carry the two pieces of stick around with you for 3 days to remove any remaining traces of the spell.

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on January 7, 2014 at 11:54am

Marti Finizio 11:38in the mornin' Jan 7
Unbreakable Shell Spell
This spell will create a protective "shield" around an object, protecting it from intrusion or theft. You'd use this with small items, like altar tools, jewelry or books. I wouldn't suggest it for your car.
•The item you want to protect
•5 pieces of obsidian or jet
•Several feet of black yarn or string
•Ground rosemary

This spell makes use of the power of the pentacle, a typical Wiccan symbol. Set your item on a table or altar, and place the 5 pieces of stone in a pentagram shape around the object. Start to picture a shell being formed over your item.

Use the piece of string to lay out a pentacle, using the stones at the points of the star. Each line adds more energy to your growing shield. When the star is done, say out loud:

By the line unbroken,
Protect this token.

Use your finger to trace the pentacle in the air, above the one you made in stone and string. Repeat the words again.

Leave the item in its place overnight, and it should be protected from theft or harm.

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on January 7, 2014 at 11:51am

Marti Finizio 11:42in the mornin' Jan 7
Besom Sweep Spell

This spell is best used to purify a room, but you could do a whole house with it if you really wanted to. You need:
•A broom
•Long sprigs of dried lavender
•White ribbon
•Light purple ribbon

A nice old-fashioned twig broom is great for this, but feel free to cast this purification spell using a standard modern broom if that's all you have. Tuck the sprigs of lavender between the broom bristles, and then weave the pieces of ribbon through as well. As you work, repeat this over and over: "Brush and broom, cleanse this room".

When your broom is prepared, take it to the doorway and make very vigorous sweeping motions out the door. Repeat the words very loudly while you do it. Visualize all the bad energy whisking right out the door.

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on January 7, 2014 at 11:33am

Marti Finizio 11:12in the mornin' Jan 7
Frozen in Time

Another classic banishing technique is to freeze someone to make them powerless against you. You just need:

• A small piece of paper
• A black pen
• A small piece of black string
• Water
• A freezer

On the piece of paper, write the name of the person you want to banish. Tie a single knot in the middle of the string, and concentrate on why this person is bothering you when you tie it.

Fold the paper up, with the piece of string tucked in the middle. Add a few drops of water to the paper. Don't soak it. You don't want to obliterate the name inside. Just dampen it enough that it will freeze solid. Place the wet folded paper in the freezer and leave there until the situation is passed.

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on January 7, 2014 at 11:32am

Marti Finizio 11:14in the mornin' Jan 7
Banishing Jar Spell

Let someone be annoying or difficult in their own world, and stay away from you. Your supplies for this spell are:

• A photo or drawing of the person
• A pin
• Vinegar
• Salt
• Jar with lid

If you are using a drawing, write the person's name on it as well. Fold it over once, and secure it folded with the pin. Drop it into the jar. Repeat the following:

Sealed with a pin
In my jar, you stay in
Keep saying the words while you put a few drops of vinegar in the jar, and then a sprinkle of salt. Seal the lid tightly, and put the jar in a dark place.

 

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