July 9, 2004
The Witch's Shield: Protection Magick & Psychic Self-Defense
By Christopher Penczak
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (June, 2004)
Pages: 203 - Price: $17.95
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
For those who are concerned about having correct protection magick and self-defense methods, Christopher Penczak has put together a remarkable guide, complete with an audio CD read by the author. Entertaining, literate, and enjoyable reading are the three words that best sum up this nonfiction book.
An important aspect to this book is how to form energetic protection shields for personal use and to help others by using personal energy, will, and intent. Other aspects covered include how to connect with your personal guardian spirits, angels, power animals, and patron deities. How to create protection spells and rituals covering various spiritual paths using symbols, herbs, and stones is explained. The commentary on stones is useful and helpful.
Chapter Three on "Psychic Hygiene" and Chapter Six on "Somebody's Watching Me" will prove intriguing reading, as will all the chapters. Banishing and binding spells are covered along with data on amulets and angels.
Readers will find this an exciting reading adventure. Christopher Penczak is a widely respected author in the Pagan community, and this is one of his finest books to date. This book should have a wide range of appeal to all readers of the supernatural and paranormal.
Chapter Eight on the nature of true evil and the divine will give the reader much food for thought. The Witch's Shield is a fine reading experience, worthy of your time.
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