My rating: 4 of 5 stars
All in all, I really enjoyed “The Elements of Spellcrafting”. I like Miller’s writing style, he seems to be a person that you could have a beer with and argue the evening away. My favorite line in the book: “There is no Magic Magic.” Trust me, you’ll have to read that section.
Of course, as I usually do, I jumped to the back of the book. I found a nice Appendix and Notes section. The Notes section makes for a nice starting point for your own research.
One the downside, I hated the interior art. The cartoons looked like jokes from an old 1970s era D&D magazine. They just didn’t work for me.
That being said, I give the book 4 stars out of 5 and strongly encourage you to add this one to your esoteric home library.
There is no shortage of spells out there. Some books highlight thousands of spells, but do any of them actually work? And how well do they work? I don’t mean just getting a result—I mean getting a result that matters, a result that will impact your life or the lives of those you work for. The Elements of Spellcrafting provides the most effective and efficient ways to get things done with magic.
The Elements of Spellcrafting identifies and explains 21 keys to successful sorcery—a best practices of sorcery—in three sections:
- Principals and strategies for how best to apply magic before you begin.
- Methods and tactics that will ensure a positive outcome.
How to take spells to the next level—building a life of spiritual accomplishment and material success beyond the basics.
If you have ever cast a spell that didn’t work, The Elements of Spellcrafting will help you figure out why.
If you regularly cast spells that seem to work but you still wind up in the same circumstances, this book will definitely help you chart a new course for victorious spellcrafting.
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