Utterly Wicked By Dorothy Morrison: Hexes, curses and other unsavory notions. A realistic, thoughtful, honest appraisal of what is often perceived as the less savory side of magic.
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Tuesday, 26 March 2019

Utterly Wicked By Dorothy Morrison

Utterly Wicked By Dorothy Morrison

Utterly Wicked. Curses, Hexes and Other Unsavory Notions.
By Dorothy Morrison.

Pages: 208 pages
Publisher: WillowTree Press, LLC

The blurb

' Hexes, curses and other unsavory notions. Most magical practitioners don't even discuss them. Why? Because they'd much rather find a positive solution that benefits all concerned....and, there's nothing wrong with that.

Occasionally, though, our problems are such that nothing in the positive solution arena will handle them. It's time to make a decision to stand tough, be strong, and take definative action to defend ourselves. So, if you are ready to do that-if you're ready to own that action and take responsibility for it-then Utterly Wicked is the book for you!

'Utterly Wicked may be Dorothy Morrisons finest book, a realistic, thoughtful, honest appraisal of what is often perceived as the less savory side of magic"
Judika Illes, The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells.

and a few more recommendations from other well known authors e.g. Raven Grimassi.

Utterly Wicked By Dorothy Morrison

This book I consider one of my 'desert island' books. A book that will remain on my shelf for many, many, years to come. Rarely does a book that deals with this potentially controversial subject enter the mainstream, and this certainly has done that. The subject is approached in a way that is so typical of Ms.Morrison that is-down to earth, practical, thoughtful, honest, and entirely human.

Despite the fact that Ms.Morrison practices Wicca (not my path) there is a whole host of sensible advice here whatever you practice, and it includes some indispensable recipes, spells and techniques for you to consider using should you ever require them.

More than that-it leads one to consider when, and how one might approach defence if ever one needed to do so-in a very earthy way.

A reason why I love her so.

A great introduction to a subject that has been an integral part of witchcraft for centuries (however you view it).

My comment about this book? Thank you for writing it Ms.Morrison.

I shall certainly treasure it.

Review By Pyewacket.

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