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White Magic Tarot Spell Cards

anyone have this? http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards...t-spell-cards/
I wonder can I use it for reading? is there any good review?^^ )))
what do you think?)))
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Hello reall

I found these a few weeks ago but didn't buy, they were a bit out of my price range But I did throw them into my basket in Etsy incase I get a little richer

I loved the look of them, not sure how I'd have used them, maybe try them in a reading and see how they worked as tarot cards? Casting spells would be interesting but I'd need to have them in my hands to see how that might go.

In short, I thought they were an really interesting idea and nicely done. If they'd been cheaper I'd have definitely bought them!

I did look for reviews and couldn't find any.

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egzactly my point!^^ not sure how would it work?^^ and there is no review?!^^ lolz
price and sepia/old paper look is bit off!^^ )) so this will wait for a while,,, ))
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I noticed that the Devil is called Devil Reversed, and it's the only one of its kind in the available previews. Have only the traditionally very negative cards like 9S and 10S been Reversed, to keep with the "good magic" idea?

Also, if the Queens become Goddesses, are the Kings Gods?

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Originally Posted by AericView Post

I noticed that the Devil is called Devil Reversed, and it's the only one of its kind in the available previews. Have only the traditionally very negative cards like 9S and 10S been Reversed, to keep with the "good magic" idea?

Also, if the Queens become Goddesses, are the Kings Gods?

The Devil as Rx only is a bit strange to me too. IMHO, it should be straight up with a spell that instructs reversing it to clear blocks.
What did she do with the Tower?

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Hmmm.. I kind of really like this idea. Although the reversal doesn't bother me, I am curious about the Kings.

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I have seen these cards before myself. I like them. However, right now, its also a bit more then I am wanting to spend on a deck. My 'oh, I like' list for tarot is getting larger and larger.
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Is it a normal deck? just comes with instructions on how to use it for spell work?? How 'odd'? .. go well with the tarot spell book..lol

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I just find out there is Special Halloween 2015 edition of these and I miss it again!x,x facepalm
btw those img look familiar? is that PS preview ?)) luv that option!^^
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White Magic Tarot Spell Cards

Your White Magic Tarot Spell Cards are not
magical in and of themselves.
They need to be used within a spell to
become activated by the energy you create.

~Quote from the little white book


Title: White Magic Tarot Spell Cards

Author: Jill Scott

Illustrator: Jill Scott

Publisher: Self-Published

  • Cast the simplest, yet effective white spell.
  • The White Magic Tarot Spell Cards consists of 78 cards that are just a delight to work and read with. These cards are easy on the eyes but the messages that they deliver are just MAGICAL! Every card has a message written in it that tells how the card will help you in a certain or particular area in your life. Keep in mind that the Pages, Knights, Queens, and Kinds have been renamed to the following, the Pages become Innocence, Knights become Guardians, Queens become Goddess, and Kings become Gods.
  • For those who want to conduct a white spell with one of the cards, I recommend to do the Devil Card (Reversed). In this card, there is a red sinister owl that looks at us and below it there’s are two mice. When doing a spell with that card, it will help you recover from bad addictions (any type of addiction) and/or bad relationships. Since we all know that the devil is never a good card in a reading, it’s nice to know that there’s a solution to this.
  • For those who are in a relationship, and would like for the relationship to flourish, it is recommended that you do a spell with the two of cups. In this card there are two lavender cups that are standing side by side and on top of it, in the center on the cups, there are several lines that form a heart. This card is used to conduct a spell that enforces relationships to find a common thread.
  • For those who like or work with spiritual spells that involve children or an animal, the Innocent of Air (Page of Swords) is the right card. In this card there are a child/babies footprints.
  • The backs of the cards are reversible. The color for the back of the cards is mint green and the snowflake patterns.
  • The size of the cards are approximately 3” by 5”.
  • The cards slim, but are sturdy and hold up very well when shuffling. The cards have a matted feel. They are non slippery.
  • The deck of cards come wrapped in a cute and simple bag. Included with the bag and cards is a 4 inch white candle that is used when conducting your white magic spells.
  • The booklet that accompanies this tarot deck is a little white book that’s written by Jill Scott. The little white book does not have the meaning of the cards (because the meanings are printed on the cards). The Little White Book gives instructions on how to conduct a spell with the cards and it also lists with an explanation on the types of spells you can conduct, for example, Smoke & Wax Spell, Moon Magic Spell, Storm Magic, Poetry Power Spell, Ocean Energy Spell, Bath Spell, Garden Spell, and Campfire Spell.
  • The cards are created/illustrated by Jill Scott. The medium for creating the cards was a bit of graphic design and photo manipulation.
  • This is the first time that I’ve EVER seen a tarot deck that is dedicated and its usage is concentrates on conducting white magic. I’ve seen and read books that explain how one can cast spells with any tarot deck, but never a tarot deck that is used to cast spells. This is by far a fantastic and innovating idea thought out by the wonderful Jill Scott. Not only is this tarot deck used to cast white spells, but printed on the cards are messages that indicate for what type of spells does a particular card work for. For example, the 3 of Swords card can be used to heal from a heartbreak. But something that I saw in the cards caught my attention. Each card has a message that directs the reader/user of this deck on what the card will do for them. But that message that is printed on the card is also helpful for the person to understand what the card means. This is a fantastic deck for Wiccans or for those wanting to learn tarot. If you are interested in this cute and down to earth tarot deck, click here! 

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The key to improving our lives is remaining positive and continually invoking love, light, faith, and hope. Prayers, rituals, and incantations can help us with this, which in turn, helps us live in gratitude and improve our vibrations.

When our vibrations are elevated, we become better-protected and tend to attract positive and helpful relationships and experiences. Tarot can be a vital and enlightening tool in this pursuit.

Tarot was originally a card game popularized in the 15th century Italy, which spread to every country in Europe. While the original Tarot decks were broad enough to be familiar to anybody, various regions developed their own versions. Over time, Tarot decks could have anywhere from 52-98 cards, most often between 52 and 78. For years, Tarot was also known as Trionfi, Tartocchi, and Tarock.

During the 1800s, tarot cards became useful in prayers, spells, rituals, incantations and other forms of divination. By the late 19th century, specific versions of Tarot decks were produced strictly for spiritual and occult practices.  

“Remember that the Tarot is a great and sacred arcanum – its abuse is an obscenity in the inner and a folly in the outer. It is intended for quite other purposes than to determine when the tall dark man will meet the fair rich widow.”

― Jack Parsons

As various cities became more crowded and as government leadership changed with the wind, kings, queens, landowners, business owners and families used the Tarot for spells and incantations to protect their wealth and children. Tarot card magic quickly became popular among all religions, especially Christians. Most of the early Tarot imagery comes from Christian symbology.

Classic Tarot has four suits, much like today’s traditional playing cards. Each suit has 14 cards, including a King, Queen, Knight, and Jack. This is known as the Minor Arcana. Tarot decks also tend to have a 22-card trump suit featuring The Fool, The High Priestess, The Magician and more. This is known as the Major Arcana.

Many believe that forms of Tarot existed long before the 15th century, most likely in Egypt, Asia and within the Kabbalah. While there is little documented evidence to support these claims, using images and artistic depictions of personas has long been useful in spells, rituals, rites and the like.

“It’s said that the shuffling of the cards is the earth, and the pattering of the cards is the rain, and the beating of the cards is the wind, and the pointing of the cards is the fire. That’s of the four suits. But the Greater Trumps, it’s said, are the meaning of all process and the measure of the everlasting dance.”

― Charles Williams

How To Use Tarot Cards For Divination

Anyone can use Tarot cards. All it takes is the ability to visualize and a deep intention to achieve a specific outcome. You’ll also want to have pen and paper to make notes about what you are seeking to achieve.

To use Tarot and similar cards for divination, you must first understand the attributes of each of the Tarot card images you wish to use. Every time you use a Tarot image to conjure a new potentiality or trajectory in your life or to protect someone, you’ll want to consider quoting the card’s attributes during your spell or incantation.

For general purposes, you can light a candle and incense before performing an opening prayer. Your prayer might go something like this:

“Eternal Creation and All Light-Beings, I stand before you with hope and desire. I am using the image of The Fool to help me improve upon myself. I hereby release the attributes of naive, confused and vulnerable today. From here forward, I refuse to play this role in relationships and business. Please assist me in my evolution and extinguish The Fool from my archetypal construct. This is the way it is now, and it shall always be.”

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Whatever your prayers might be, always use positive language so that you attract people and experiences of the highest vibration and quality. A good rule of thumb is: what you speak will surely materialize, either energetically or in a physical form.

For lengthy prayers and rituals, consider creating a Sacred Circle. You can do this with a candle, cornmeal and tobacco. The cornmeal represents the feminine aspect of the universe and tobacco represents the masculine aspect. The candle is a reflection of the light within you and the light that gave birth to all of reality throughout all the realms.

Tarot Card Magic, Rituals, Incantations & Prayers

Tarot cards can be used for a variety of purposes within magical spells, incantations, and rituals. The difference between white magic and black magic is that white magic is solely used for good, and always with the purest intentions to bring light, love, and protection into someone’s life. Black magic, which is never recommended, is used to inhibit another person or entity in ways that could hurt them forever. Black magic will also hurt the person casting the spell on some level.

Here are a few reasons you might want to use white magic Tarot:

  • A loved one has died, and you want to pray for their protection
  • A child was born somewhat sick and needs healing
  • A relationship has ended, and you want to truly move-on
  • A potential job has emerged, and you want to give yourself the best chance
  • You’re feeling hateful of someone, and you want to find forgiveness
  • You wish to invite a love-relationship into your life
  • You wish to pray for a vulnerable or troubled friend
  • You want to announce protection surrounding your family, business or wealth
  • You wish to pray for your health or the health of someone you love
  • You would like to have a rebirth and improve yourself at your core

Tarot Magic

If you’d like to add a positive charge to a specific relationship or event, it is always best to perform magic on ourselves first. This gives us the highest chance of improving our lives, while also not interfering with someone else’s karma.

When we involve ourselves in another person’s karma, we begin to take on that karma as our own, which could easily be hurtful to us or cause complete debilitation.

Here is an example of Tarot Magic:

  • Pick a card that you most want to align with, such as The Emperor or cards from modern Tarot decks like my “Personality Cards.” In my deck, consider using The Networker. For this example, we’ll use both of these cards so that we can pack the most powerful punch.
  • Create a circle using cornmeal and tobacco. Light a candle and place it in the center of the circle. This can be a tiny circle on a table or a larger circle in the woods. This is considered a Sacred Circle. You will use this for almost every ritual and chant.
  • Place the Tarot card image of The Emperor and The Networker next to each other, in the center of the circle, near to the candle.
  • Place a picture of yourself next to the two Tarot cards.
  • Invite a merging of these three living-constructs (each of the two cards’ construct and your personal construct) by praying a humble prayer like this:
    • “Dear God (Universe, Eternal Light, Grandmother Earth, Grandfather Sky), I ask that the noble and strong Emperor become a protector and guide for my family and me.  I ask that my image be infused with the social, thoughtful and brilliant aspects found in The Networker. I pray that I can be blessed with their attributes so that I can become a strong, noble, social, thoughtful and brilliant participant in this life. I pray that as I become The Emperor and The Networker, I will be doused with light, love, power and personal protection. I pray this with love in my heart and with the utmost humility. I wish to evolve, and I seek your help. So it is, so it shall be.”

At the end of every ritual, make sure that you blow out the candle, place it in salt water for a moment to cleanse it, throw away the cornmeal and incense that you used, and put any dish or glass used in the ceremony into the dishwasher.

As you exit, always bow to the space where your ritual took place.

Tarot Incantations and Spells

An incantation is akin to a spell, which can also be considered a prayer. Incantations can be simple or quite complex and constructed as a magical formula. Incantations, spells and prayers can create magical effects on people, places, events and objects. They can be spoken, chanted, sung or whispered within your mind.

For this category of magic, you will need to have a specific desire. This will allow you to invite the universe to co-create something specific with you.

Some spiritual magicians choose phrases like these when creating spells and incantations:

  • I invite the universe to co-create this event or feeling
  • I command the elements to join me in healing my friend
  • I welcome to light-beings in my sacred circle to fill my body, mind and heart with light

I’m not a big fan of the word “command” as it denotes a single-minded pursuit. Since we are all connected to each other, and all beings are connected to all aspects of every physical reality in this realm and all other realms, we are always in partnership.

Partners do not command, they humbly request.

When doing these types of incantations, you will want to use one or more Tarot cards to as your imagery guides. Use these images to inspire and encourage you. You might also research the attributes of specific Tarot cards to give you the best card for each of your requests and desires.

Tarot Rituals

Tarot rituals involve similar elements to basic Tarot magic, but also include a little more ceremony and effort.

Here’s a process you might enjoy:

  • Imagine you’d like to create a life filled with abundance, forgiveness, love, light, and magic.
  • Imagine the personal attributes you would like your life-partner/lover to have.
  • Imagine the attributes you want to embrace.
  • Imagine the types of people you’d like to have in your life.
  • What you need for the ritual: 10 small sticks (no longer than 6” each), cornmeal, tobacco, a candle, incense (if you’d like), and some chocolate.
  • Select 5 cards from a traditional Tarot deck and 5 Cards from a modern deck, like my Personality Cards. You will break these cards into two groups: one group will comprise cards/personas/attributes that you wish to never have in your life, and the other group is for the cards/personas/attributes you wish to invite into your life.
  • Create a Sacred Circle in the woods. You will be creating a tiny fire so make sure there is a protected area in the center of the circle that can house the small fire. When making the Sacred Circle, use cornmeal and tobacco.
  • Place your image in the center of a Sacred Circle.
  • Choose 5 of your sticks as arrows of protection and 5 to request a specific type of life.
  • Assign each of the 5 Arrows of Protection to a specific Tarot card.
  • Assign each of the 5 Arrows of Life to a specific Tarot card.
  • Burn each of the 5 Arrows of Protection, requesting that the universe protect you from these types of people and their attributes. Your prayer might be simple, like this: “Holy Universe, protect me from each of these personas and sets of attributes: (name each of them and their attributes).”
  • Once you have doused the fire with water, climb to the top of a hill and place each of the 5 Arrows of Life in a small pile and place the unwrapped chocolate next to the pile. It might be that each of the 5 Arrows of Life relates to a specific role in your life that you would like filled. If this is the case, you would adjust the following prayer accordingly.
  • Raise your hands to the sky and pray something like this: “Holy Universe, I am your child of light. I pray that only goodness and love come into my life. I leave you for each of these arrows that represent (name the cards related to the arrows, along with their attributes). I pray that I become the best version of myself and that my family, job and partners all be filled with light and love.”
  • As you leave, take a tiny piece of the chocolate that is on the ground. Eat it as you walk down the hill or take it home with you to eat later in remembrance.

“You are the Secret. Let Tarot Explore you.”

― Shweta Tarot

A Few Helpful Hints about Magic

We are not often taught about our unlimited potential. We are mostly taught coping mechanisms. Remember that you are as powerful and potent as you wish to be. The most important attributes that you can bring to the table are humility and discipline.

Here are a few helpful tips when using Tarot and other tools for magic:

— Always use a candle because it symbolized the light in the universe and the light in your heart.


— If you wish to shun a specific set of attributes, you can use a negative card (a personality or image that you do not want to have in your life), and you can put that card face-down. You might want to consider not using a negative card, even in a light-based ritual, because you are still invoking that persona, even though you are invoking protection from that persona.


— When using pictures of yourself, always choose ones that show your smile and your eyes. You should never use an image where you are intoxicated in any way.


— Do not use alcohol or drugs, including marijuana, during rituals. Although in some cultures this is permitted, keep in mind that any drug will bring your spirit beneath the mind, not past it. We always want to surpass the mind and reach for our crown chakra. It’s the higher chakras that connect us to the eternal consciousness.


— In every ritual and incantation, consider praying for someone who needs love. This will always add a measure of love and light to the ceremony you are about to perform.


— Keep your prayers general because this gives the universe more room to fulfill your wishes. The more specific your prayers are, the less chance that they will physically manifest.


— Keep in mind that the universe does not need extra help to bring something to fruition. It just requires you to be in alignment with universal principles around light, love, and positivity.


— When endeavoring to work with magic, do your best to clear emotions and forgive others before the ritual or spell. Emoting and releasing are the most vital actions we can take when pursuing the embodiment of our higher selves.


In all things, seek to know yourself through whichever means that uplevel your vibration. Using Tarot card magic can have wonderful effects on the natures of our souls.

You are born from stardust and infused with light. You are the embodiment of love. Live as love, always. No matter the mistake or upheaval, forgive yourself, forgive others and continue to choose the light and improve yourself.

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Paul Wagner is an Intuitive-Empath, clairvoyant reader, and a 5-time EMMY Award winning writer. He created “The Personality Cards,” a powerful Oracle-Tarot deck that’s helpful in life, love and relationships. Paul studied with Lakota elders in the Pecos Wilderness, who nurtured his empathic abilities and taught him the sacred rituals. He has lived at ashrams with enlightened masters, including Amma, the Hugging Saint, for whom he’s delivered keynotes at Her worldwide events. Paul tours the world lecturing about spiritual liberation, and lovingly offers intuitive readings and inspirational coaching to help others with self-discovery, decision-making, healing, and forgiveness.


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The turtle gave the people the pattern on its back as a map or grid of the natural flow of chi and the elements, and this square with its numbers became a foundational tool in Feng Shui and Taoist traditions. The square is also carried as an amulet or placed in homes and offices as a protective charm.

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The White Magic Five and Dime

Much to Alanis McLachlan's surprise, her estranged con-woman mother has left her an inheritance: The White Magic Five & Dime, a shop in tiny Berdache, Arizona. Reluctantly traveling to Berdache to claim her new property, Alanis decides to stay and pick up her mother's tarot business in an attempt to find out how she died.

With help from a hunky cop and her mother's live-in Much to Alanis McLachlan's surprise, her estranged con-woman mother has left her an inheritance: The White Magic Five & Dime, a shop in tiny Berdache, Arizona. Reluctantly traveling to Berdache to claim her new property, Alanis decides to stay and pick up her mother's tarot business in an attempt to find out how she died.

With help from a hunky cop and her mother's live-in teenage apprentice, Alanis begins faking her way through tarot readings in order to win the confidence of her mother's clients. But the more she uses the tarot deck, the more Alanis begins to find real meaning in the cards ... and the secrets surrounding her mother's demise.


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Published July 8th 2014 by Midnight Ink (first published July 1st 2014)

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White Magic Tarot Spell Cards

White Magic Tarot Spell Cards

The White Magic Tarot Spell Cards is a deck of 78 tarot cards, designed to help establish intent and pure focus in spellcasting and 'white' magic. The cards have simple symbols and a spell corresponding to the tarot meaning printed on a parchment-like background. The deck is self-published and available from the author.

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Name:White Magic Tarot Spell Cards
Creators:Jill Scott
Publisher:Self Published 2015
Deck Type:Tarot Deck
Major Arcana:22
Minor Arcana:56
Card Language: English

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Tarot Card Reading Is Black Magic, Satan Related: Expert Debunks Myths Believed By Many

There are two types of people in this world - the believers, and the non-believers. Well-known Tarot card reader Pooja Khera told HerZindagi that given generations the most impractical inheritance – blind belief. They’ve put the fear of God in most aspects of life. Even Tarot. These myths are widespread and ingrained in us. So much so, that despite the tarot being a powerful and transformative tool, many are hesitant to give it a try. You will see why as you read ahead. 

Here are some widespread myths around Tarot card reading debunked by Khera. 

Myth 1: Tarot Cards Are Evil

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This myth never fails to surprise me or make me laugh. People believe this so much, that I often receive hate messages warning me of consequences. 

  • You are summoning Satan.
  • You will go to hell for reading Tarot cards.
  • You are pure evil and a worshipper of Satan.

Myth Debunked

This is far from the truth. Tarot cards have no evil powers. In fact, a seasoned Tarot reader can use these cards and help the client to get clarity and provide solutions in challenging areas of life. These cards help us connect with our soul, our divine spirit, and finally make a connection with divination. This is not only deeply spiritual but is also life-changing. I must admit that every time I use my Tarot cards for others, or myself, it helps me make that spiritual connection. Now close your eyes, take a deep breath, and let go of this silly myth forever.  

Myth 2: Tarot Cards Are Black Magic & Used To Cast Spells

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All of us have a tendency to call everything we can’t comprehend ‘magic’. Similarly, all the first-time Tarot seekers, new readers, or even people who get readings done, often believe that Tarot reading will bring some magic in their lives.

Myth Debunked

Let me clear this once and for all. This is not true. Firstly, these are Tarot cards. Not a genie. Not a fairy Godmother. And definitely not a magician. Tarot cards are powerful, no doubt, but they certainly don’t have the powers to summon any spirit that will fulfill your wishes, or change your destiny.

Secondly, rest assured, they cannot be used to cast spells, let alone negative or dark spells. In fact, Tarot cards give you the power to make the right decision and take on a different direction. The detailed insights the cards offer are remarkable. Ultimately, it depends on how you choose to use this power and possibly change the outcome of certain events. Let me conclude by saying that linking Tarot cards to any form of spells or magic is nothing but sheer ignorance.

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Myth 3: Tarot Cards Determine Your Future

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People think that when Tarot cards are being laid their future is being created! How is this possible? Some of the concerns I’ve heard are:

  • If I do a Tarot reading, it will end my relationship.
  • If you get a Tarot reading done, you are in for bad luck.
  • Tarot reading is scary because it will tell me if something unfortunate is likely to happen.

Myth Debunked

Of course, these aren’t true!! The truth is that Tarot cards will not shape your future. What they will tell you is what is most likely going to happen in the future. This can help you decide on the right course of action, or thinking, and view the situation in a completely different light. Here is a simple example. If a card indicates a financial struggle in the future, you don’t have to feel disheartened, because you now have the power to say, “Okay then! Let me start making changes to manage my money better”.

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Tarot cards forewarn you, so you are well equipped to face any challenges life throws your way. If you take the guidance well, you can successfully manage those speed bumps in the journey of life.

To summarise, "I would like to say that use the power and guidance of Tarot to make conscious choices. Take advantage of the plus points, and take actions to consciously minimise the minuses. Use the cards as a guiding light, a roadmap to the journey of your life. Carefully listen and understand what the cards have to say. It will only enhance the utility of Tarot in your life and give you the strength and direction that we all need.

“The future is not someplace we are going, but one we are creating. The paths are not to be found but made. And the activity of making them changes both the maker and the destination.” -- John Schaar.

Stay tuned to HerZindagi for more on Tarot and Astrology. 

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In this incantatory, impassioned book of essays, Elissa Washuta offers readers a glimpse into a world of magic and spirituality, one which she has created for herself, drawing on the traditions of generations before her, and incorporating those things in her own life that have meaning and power. It starts with disillusionment; Washuta is healing from the trauma of a decade of unsustainable intoxication and addiction, and she seeks--and finds--a connection with a world beyond this one. Washuta's essays interlace themes of inheritance, loss, colonialism, identity, and ownership to beautiful, heart-aching effect in this, yes, wholly magical look at learning how to recognize the power that rests within you.--Refinery29
An innovative and deeply felt work to sink into.--The Millions
Elissa Washuta's newest collection of essays is coming out in 2021--and they may be exactly what you need right now.--O, The Oprah Magazine
Washuta's frank confrontations with, and acknowledgments of, unhealed wounds are validating. . . . evoking the sense of peeling open a letter from an estranged friend. A poignant work by a rising essayist.--Foreword Reviews, Starred Review
Her prose is crisp and precise, and the references hit spot-on. . . . Fans of the personal essay are in for a treat.--Publishers Weekly
This is definitely one that you need on your TBR right now. Like stop whatever you're doing, open your Goodreads or whatever you use. StoryGraph. And add it because it's definitely one you're going to want to read this year.--Reading Women Podcast
White magic, red magic, Stevie Nicks magic--this is Elissa Washuta magic, which is a spell carved from a life, written in blood, and sealed in an honesty I can hardly fathom.--Stephen Graham Jones, author of The Only Good Indians
Elissa Washuta is exactly the writer we need right now: as funny as she is formidable a thinker, as thoughtful as she is inventive--her scrutiny is a fearless tool, every subject whittled to its truest form.--Melissa Febos, author of Girlhood
These pages are windows into a black lodge where Twin Peaks and Fleetwood Mac are on repeat--sometimes forward, sometimes backwards, sometimes in blackout blur. I stand in awe of everything here. What an incredible and wounding read.--Richard van Camp, author of The Lesser Blessed
White Magic is funny and wry, it's thought-provoking and tender. It's a sleight of hand performed by a true master of the craft. White Magic is magnificent and Elissa Washuta is spellbinding. There is no one else like her.--Kristen Arnett, author of Mostly Dead Things
White Magic is funny and wry, it's thought-provoking and tender. It's a sleight of hand performed by a true master of the craft. White Magic is magnificent and Elissa Washuta is spellbinding. There is no one else like her.--Kristen Arnett, author of Mostly Dead Things
In this riveting and insightful collection of personal essays, Washuta candidly explores addiction, mental illness, coping (and not), relationships, land, pop culture, colonization, magic and cultural legacy.--Ms. Magazine

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