El Libro de las Sombras par Migene Gonzalez-Wippler

El Libro de las Sombras par Migene Gonzalez-Wippler

Titre de livre: El Libro de las Sombras

Auteur: Migene Gonzalez-Wippler

ISBN: 0738702056

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Migene Gonzalez-Wippler avec El Libro de las Sombras

El libro de las sombras --de Migene Gonzalez-Wippler-- es una obra unica escrita originalmente en espanol, en donde se expone la verdad acerca del mundo mistico de la religion Wicca: sus origenes, creencias, rituales y ceremonias.


Aprenda como se conforman los convenios (aquelarres), conozca sus deidades y descubra la belleza de la ceremonia Wicca y el Gran Rito, las iniciaciones, el alfabeto Wicca y los festivales sabats y esbats. Ademas, obtenga hechizos y recetas magicas para el amor, la salud y la proteccion, incluyendo los ingredientes y como prepararlos.

Descubra cual es el significado de los numeros y los colores en la magia; los usos de diversas yerbas e inciensos y las aplicaciones de aceites, velas, pociones y gemas magicas.

ENGLISH TRANSLATION

The Book of Shadows - by Migene Gonzalez-Wippler - is a unique work originally written in Spanish, where the truth about the mystical world of the Wicca religion is exposed: its origins, beliefs, rituals, and ceremonies.

Learn how the covenants (sabbaths) conform, learn about their deities and discover the beauty of the Wicca and Great Rite ceremony, the initiations, the Wicca alphabet and the sabats and esbats festivals. Also, get magical spells and recipes for love, health and protection, including ingredients and how to prepare them.

Find out what the numbers and colors mean in magic as well as the uses of various herbs and incense and the applications of oils, candles, potions, and magical gems.


Migene Gonzalez-Wippler was born in Puerto Rico and has degrees in psychology and anthropology from the University of Puerto Rico and from Colombia University.  She has worked as a science editor for the  Interscience Division of John Wiley, the American Institute of Physics, and the American Museum of Natural History, and as an English editor for the United Nations in Vienna, where she lived for many years.  She is a cultural anthropologist and lectures frequently at universities and other educational institutions.