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Random Mini Review - Supermarket Sabbats




Celebrate the wheel of the year and the Wiccan sabbats with recipes, spells, and rituals prepared using items commonly found at the supermarket. This book features a complete year's worth of magical items and practices; all the needed ingredients are at your local store and just as effective as rarer ones.

Organized by season, Supermarket Sabbats focuses on seasonally relevant spells, recipes, and formulas as well as a full ritual for each of the eight sabbats. Michael Furie combines ancient knowledge and traditions with twenty-first-century methods, providing you with the best of both worlds. Discover prosperity magic cleansings, blessings and banishing of negativity, and more, that builds upon the energies of the sabbats.









Mini Book Breakdown 

First, I'd like to thank NetGalley for giving me this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

I have never read anything by this author before and I am kicking myself for that now. I have already gotten a few of his books and I plan to read those too. I love his style of writing, everything is easy to understand and follow. Which I love, I've read some other books like this that just leave me scratching my head wondering what the heck to do. You will not have that problem with this book, I promise! 

I also love the variety offered in this book; brews, oils, potpourri, witches' bottles, and even incense. All with simple ingredients you can find at Wal-Mart or Kroger. Which makes it easy for someone like me with the nearest Pagan store over an hour away. 

What I love most is how each of these spells pertain to a Sabbat. I've been needing something for a few Sabbats and this helps me a lot. If you are looking for new things to try on those special days of the year and want something easy to follow with lots of different information, this is for you!


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