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Book of Shadows, Grimoire, Spellbook
Book of Shadows
Magick Wicca Books
THE COMPLETE LIBRARY SET

The brown leather is high quality and very soft and does not come with a flowered design. The Faux leather is a high-quality antiqued flowerily designed as shown in the photo. You will choose the style at the checkout.

Antique locks and corners. All 7 books are decorative in a very antique style. Folding lock book for protection. Different centerpieces for each book cover.
8.5 x 11 (All my books are this size)

You can add your favorite pages you may already have. You can add your own photo pages and keep notes and herbs inside.
The books will last forever!
I make the books look just like a solid sewn hardcover antique style bound book.
I am excited to have this feature for you because you can't tell by looking at the book. It is very detailed and very strong )0(*

This library of books contains the following

BOOK 1
BOOK OF SHADOWS, This is the book of shadows for the new witch. Tree of life centerpiece.
The Witches Creed,
laws,
Rede,
Rule of three,
book blessing page,
casting a circle,
setting up the altar,
calling Goddess and Gods,
consecration of witchcraft tools,
blessings, closing the circle,
Air, fire, water, earth, spirit.
Witches Alphabet.
Corresponding to the days,
hours,
months,
moons
Zodiac etc..
The magic of seasons,
holidays,
candles and colors and more.
Invocations,
A huge section of herbs and herb spells,
crystals and stones.
Very old spells are listed in the back.
350 pages to write in (the backside of each page is blank and there is also a huge amount of space to write on the printed pages.
Perfect for travel. Bring under the moon, into the woods, at your Altar for quick reference to all the other books.

Book 2.
This is the second addition to my book creations.
Choose your favorite color of the leather. This can also be made with Faux (fake) leather.
Wicca the old ways.
80% of this book is NOT seen all over the internet. The correspondence is because it is necessary to have for a book of shadows, it’s a great reference.
The Gods, Greek Gods
Invocations
Names and offices of the spirits
Spells throughout the book.
Numerology and Astrology
Spirt lights
Initiation of the 1st degree
Initiation of the 2nd degree
Coven initiation
Meditation
Dreams
Visions
3 Detailed pages on Poppets
The old ways of using Pendulum.
Gods and Goddesses
The Alphabet and a few pages on how you are really supposed to work with signs and letters.
Runes
Scrying
large section on learning Tarot
Opening and closing the circle. A few pages on the old ways.
How to use the Athame in rituals
How to read the Palm-Life lines and Connections to the head and heart.
Sabbats sections included recipes and rituals that are very old
Fire scrying
Witches cradle
Tea leaf reading(how to)
Numerology (easy lesson) with planets and signs.
Moon, sun, and planets
You will be able to create your natal horoscope
Candle magick the old way
Chants
Prayers
And more….
I have added blank pages after each section for your notes and additions.
40 extra pages. This is great for printing your own special pages and adding them to the book.
All the pages are removable. The book will last a lifetime!



Book 3. BOOK OF SHADOWS SPELLS. over 60 OLD SPELLS INSIDE THIS BOOK Age of spells are unknown. With well-working spells. Triquetra on the cover

Book 4. BOOK OF SHADOWS Blank JOURNAL Book of shadows. This book is blank inside with no writings at all. Perfect to continue the journey. Tree of life on the cover

Book 5.

An Antique style HERB book of shadows

Perfect for the new witch, OR ANYONE who wants to expand the hedge craft.
Also has extra pages for personal entries such as more herbs and recipes with spells.

350 pages 700 if you count the front and back of each page. That's a huge amount of space for your notes

Don't forget once you write in your book do not let anyone who is not of the craft touch it.

Listed in alphabetical order, each Magickal herb has a spell with The old Folk names used back in the 1800's
Gender
Planet
Power such as Money, love prosperity and so on.
Magical Spells
The backside of every page you will have a blank page to write in followed by another blank page (3 FULL BLANK PAGES FOR EACH HERB). There is also room for notes on the herb spell pages. This will make your book very unique.
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BOOK 6
THE COMPLETE HERBAL
BY NICHOLAS CULPEPER, M.D.
565 PRINTED PAGES
You can add pages to this book.
Post bound/ hardcover/ Faux Leather and hardcover with wood. Decorative fold overbook to keep these pages safe from peering eyes
8 3/4x 11 ¾
Paper is the antique style we use for all our books
The book is printed front and back.
I have added a decorative frame on the pages.
This is a perfect “GO TO BOOK” FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES GENERAL INDEX

TO THE
ENGLISH PHYSICIAN ENLARGED,
AND
GALEN’S KEY TO PHYSIC.

ADDER’S Tongue, or Serpent’s Tongue, 3
Agrimony, 4
—— Water, 5
Alder Tree, the black, 6
—— the common, 7
Alehoof, or Ground-Ivy, 5
Alexander, 6
Alkanet, 3, 218
All-Heal, 2
Amara Dulcis, or Bitter Sweet, 1
Amaranthus, 9
Anemone, 9
Angelica, 8, 218
Anthoræ, 218
Archangel, 11
Arrach, garden, 10
—— wild and stinking, 10
Ars-smart, 12
Artichokes, 88, 221
Asarabacca, 13, 218
Ash Tree, 14, 222
Asparagus, 213
—— prickly, 14
—— or Sperage, 218
Asphodel, Female, or King’s Spear, 218
—— Male, 219
Avens, Colewort, or Herb Bonet, 15
Avens, or Herb Bennet, 219

Balm, 215
Barks, 259
—— appropriated to parts of the body, 259
Barberry, 16
Barks, 202
Barks, 227
Barley, 16
Bay Tree, 18, 223
Bazil, garden, or Sweet Bazil, 18
Beans, 18
Beans, French, 19
Bearsbreach, or Brank Ursine, 29, 217
Bed-straw, Ladies, 19
Beech Tree, 23
Beets, 20
Beets, black, white, and red, 219
Betony, Water, 21
—— Wood, ib.
Bifoil, or Twoblade, 24
Bilberries, Whorts, or Whortleberries, 23
Birch Tree, 24
Bird’s Foot, 24
Birthwort, 218
Bishop’s-Weed, 25
Bistort, or Snakeweed, 25, 219
Bitter Sweet, 1
Blade, One, 26
Blites, 27
Blue Bottle, 28
Borrage, 219
Borrage and Bugloss, 28
Brank Ursine, 29
Briony, or Wild Vine, 30
Briony, white and black, 219
Brooklime, or Water Pimpernel, 31
Broom and Broom-rape, 32
Buck’s horn Plantain, 33
—— —— ib.
Bugle, 33
Bugloss, 219
Bulbus Vomitorius, 219
Bur, Clot-bur, or Burdock, 219
Burdock, 36
Burnet, 35, 224, 226
Butcher’s Broom, 31
Butter-bur, 224
Butter-bur, or Petasitis, 35

Cabbages and Coleworts, 37
Calamint, or Mountain Mint, 38
Caltrops, Water, 39, 216
Cammock, or Rest-harrow, 223
Camomile, 39
Campion Wild, 40
Caper Roots, 219
Carduus Benedictus, 41
Carraway, 42
Carrots, 41, 221
Celandine, 42
—— lesser, 44
Celandine, the greater and lesser, 220
Centaury, ordinary small, 44
Centaury, the greater, 219
Cerecloths, 366
Chamelion, white and black, 220
Cherries, Winter, 45
Cherry-Tree, 45
Chervil, 46
—— Sweet, or Sweet Cicely, 47
Chesnut-Tree, 47
Chesnuts, Earth, ib.
Chickweed, 48
Chick-pease, or Cicers, ib.
China, 220
Cinquefoil, 224
Cinquefoil, or Five-leaved Grass, 49
Cives, 50
Clary, or Clear Eye, 50
—— Wild, 50
Cleavers, 51
Clown’s Woodwort, 52
Cock’s Head, Red Fitching, or Medick Fetch, 52
Colewort, 219
Coleworts, Sea, ib.
Coltsfoot, 53
Columbines, 53
Comfrey, 54, 220
Compounds, Spirit and Compound Distilled Waters, 283
Conserves, 206
Conserves and Sugars, 315
Coralwort, 54
Costmary, or Alecost, or Balsam Herb, 55
Costus, both sorts, 220
Cowslips, or Peagles, 56
Crab’s Claws, or Fresh Water Soldier, 57
Creatures, Living, 252
Creatures, part of Living and Excrements, 253
Cresses, black, 57
—— Sciatica, ib.
—— Water, 58
Crosswort, 58
Crowfoot, 59
Cuckow Point, ib.
Cuckow-points, or Wake-robin, 218
Cucumber-roots, wild, 221
Cucumbers, 61
Cudweed, or Cotton-weed, 56

Daisies, 61, 219
Dandelion, vulgarly called Piss a-beds, 62
Darnel, 62
Decoctions, 204, 293
Devil’s Bit, 63, 223
Dill, 63
Distilled Waters, Simples, 278
—— —— —— being digested before hand, 278
Dittany, 221
Dock, 64
Dodder of Thyme, Epithymun, &c., 64
Dog’s Grass, or Cough Grass, 65
Doronicum, 221
Dove’s-Foot, or Crane’s-Bill, 66
Down, or Cotton Thistle, 67
Dracunculi, 221
Dragons, 67
Dropwort, 222
Duck’s Meat, 66
Dwarf Elder, Walwort, or Danewort, 221

Elder, 225
Elder Tree, 67
—— Dwarf, 67
Elecampane, 69, 221
Electuaries, 205
Electuaries, 324
—— purging, 33
[400]Elm Tree, 68
Emplasters, 391
Endive, 69
Endive, Garden Endive, 221
Eringo, or Sea Holly, 70, 222
Eyebright, 71

Fennel, 73, 222
—— Sow, or Hog’s Fennel, 47
Fern, 71
—— Water, or Osmond Royal, 72
—— Male and Female, 222
—— of the Oak, 224
Feverfew, or Fetherfew, 72
Fig-wort, 226
Fig-wort, or Throat-wort, 74
Fig Tree, 75
Filipendula, or Drop-Wort, 75
Flag, Yellow Water, or Flower-de-luce, 76
Flax-weed, or Toad Flax, 76
Flea-Wort, 77
Flower-de-luce, 78
Flowers, 200, 247
—— 264
—— appropriated to certain parts of the body, 265
Fluellin, or Lluellin, 79
Fluxweed, 78
Fox-Gloves, 80
Fresh-water Soldier, or Crab’s Claws, 57
Fruits, 267
—— appropriated to the body of man, 267
—— by their several operations, bind, &c., 268
—— purging, 208
—— and their buds, 248
Fuller’s Thistle, 223
Fumitory, 80
Furze Bush, 81

Galanga, or Galingal, 222
Galanga, English, long and round, 221
Galen’s Method of Physic, Key to, 376
Garlick, 82, 218, 227
Gentian, 222
Gentian, Felwort, or Baldmony, 82
Germander, 83
Gilliflowers, Clove, 83
Ginger, 227
Gladon, Stinking, 226
Gladwin, Stinking, 84
Golden Rod, 85
Gooseberry Bush, 86
Gout-wort, or Herb Gerrard, 85
Grass, 222
Green, Winter, 86
Gromel, 85
Groundsel, 87
Gums, Rosins, Balsams, and Juices, 270

Hart’s Tongue, 88
Hawk-weed, 88
Hawthorn, 90
Hazel-Nut, 89
Heart’s Ease, 88
Heart’s-ease, or Pansies, 226
Hedge Hyssop, 92
Hellebore, black, 93
Hellebore, white and black, 221
Hemlock, 90
Hemp, 91
Henbane, 91
Herb Robert, 94
—— True-Love, or One Berry, 94
Herbs, 260
—— appropriated to certain parts of the body of man, 262
—— altering according to property, 263
—— purging, 264
Herbs or Trees, of the leaves of, 200
—— and their Leaves, 229
Hermodactils, 222
Holly, Holm, or Hulver Bush, 99
Hops, 95
Horehound, 96
Horsetail, 97
Hound’s Tongue, 98, 221
Houseleek, or Sengreen, 97
Hyssop, 95

Ivy, 99

Jacinths, 222
John’s Wort, St., 99
Juniper Bush, 100
Juices, 202, 252
Juleps, 204

Kidney Wort, or Wall Penny-royal, or Wall Penny-wort, 101
Knapweed, 102
Knotgrass, ib.
Knee-holly, or Butcher’s-broom, or Bruscus, 225

Ladies’ thistles, 220
—— Mantle, 103
—— Smock, 104
Lavender, ib.
—— Cotton, 104
Leeks, 225
Lettice, 223
Lettuce, 104
Lilies, Water, 223
Lilies, White, 106, 223
Lily, Water, 105
—— of the Valley, ib.
Liquorice, 106, 222
Liverwort, 107
Lohochs, 208
—— with spiked heads of flowers, ib.
Lovage, 108, 223
Lungwort, 109
Madder, 109, 225
Maidenhair, 110
—— white, or Wall Rue, ib.
—— Golden, ib.
Mallows, 223
Mandrakes, ib.
Maple Tree, 112
Marigolds, 114
Marjoram, wind, 112
—— sweet, 113
Marsh-mallows, 218
Masterwort, 114, 223, 224
Maudlin, Sweet, 114
Mead-sweet, 227
Mechracah, 223
Medicines, method of mixing, 210
—— on the Temperature of, 376
—— Temperate, 377
—— Hot, ib.
—— Hot in the first degree, ib.
—— —— second degree, 378
—— —— third degree, ib.
—— —— fourth degree, ib.
—— Cooling, 378
—— cool in the first degree, 379
—— —— second and third degree, ib.
—— cold in the fourth degree, 379
—— moistening, ib.
—— drying, ib.
—— of the appropriation of the several parts of the body, 380
—— appropriated to the Head, ib.
—— —— Brain, ib.
—— —— Eyes, ib.
—— —— Mouth & Nose, 382
—— —— Ears, ib.
—— —— Teeth, ib.
—— —— Breast & lungs, ib.
—— —— Heart, 383
—— —— Stomach, 384
—— —— Spleen, ib.
—— —— Reins and Bladder, 386
—— —— Womb, ib.
—— —— Joints, ib.
—— —— Propriety, or operation of, 387
—— —— Hardening, ib.
—— —— Loosening, 388
—— —— Drawing, 389
—— —— Discussive, ib.
—— —— Repelling, 390
—— —— appropriated to the Liver, 385
—— —— Cleansing, 391
—— —— Suppuring, 392
—— —— Provoking urine, ib.
—— —— Breeding flesh, 393
—— —— Glutinative, ib.
—— —— Resisting poison, ib.
—— —— Purging, 394
Medlar, 115
Melilot, or King’s Claver, 115
Mercury, French and Dog, 116
—— Dog, ib.
Metals, Minerals, and Stones, 254
Metals, Stones, Salts, and other Minerals, 276
Mints, 117
Misselto, 118
Mithridate Mustard, 182
Money-wort, or Herb Twopence, 119
Monk’s Rhubarb, 225
Moonwort, 120
Mosses, 120
Motherwort, 121
Mouse-ear, 122
Mugwort, 122
Mulberry Tree, 123, 223
Mullein, ib.
Mustard, 124
—— Hedge, 125

Nailwort, or Whitlow-grass, 126
Nep, or Catmint, ib.
Nettles, 127, 227
Nightshade, 128

Oak, 128
Oats, 129
Oils, 205
Oils, 353
—— Simple Oils, by expression, ib.
—— —— —— Infusion and Decoction, 354
—— Compound Oils by Infusion and Decoction, 355
Ointments, 208
Ointments, more simple, 358
—— more compound, 362
One Blade, ib.
Onions, 130, 220
Orchis, 129
Orpine, ib.
Orris, or Flower-de-luce, 222

Parsley, 131
—— Piert, or Parsley Breakstone, ib.
Parsnips, 132
—— Cow, ib.
—— garden and wild, 224
Peach Tree, 133
Pear Tree, 134
[401]Pellitory of Spain, 134, 225
—— of the Wall, 135
Peony, male and female, 224
Pennyroyal, 136
Peony, male and female, 137
Pepperwort, or Dittander, 138
Periwinkle, 138
Peter’s Wort, St., 139
Pimpernel, 139
Physic, a Key to Galen’s Method of, 376
—— the general use of, ib.
—— of the temperature, ib.
Pills, 209, 339
Pine, Ground, 140
Plaisters, 208, 367
Plantain, 141, 224
Plants, things bred from, 252
Plums, 142
Polypody of the Oak, 142
Poplar Tree, 143
Poppy, 144
Poultices, 209
Preserved Roots, Stalks, Barks, Flowers, Fruits, 314
Preserves, 206
Primroses, 146
Privet, 146, 218
Purslain, 146

Queen of the Meadows, or Meadow Sweet, 147
Quince Tree, 148

Radishes, garden and wild, 225
Ragwort, 149
Rest-Harrow, or Camonack, 150
Rattle Grass, 150
Receipts, General Caution, 395
—— to purge the Head, ib.
—— for a Rheum in the Head, and the Palsy, ib.
—— —— ib. 396
—— for the falling off of the Hair, ib.
—— to purge the Head, ib.
—— for Eyes that are blasted, ib.
—— Excellent Water to clear the Sight, ib.
—— for a hurt in the Eye with a stroke, ib.
—— to draw Rheum back from the Eyes, ib.
—— for a Web in the Eye, ib.
—— pain in the Ears, ib.
—— an Imposthume in the Ear, ib.
—— Polypus, or a fleshy substance growing in the Nose, ib.
—— bleeding at the Nose, ib.
—— a Canker in the Nose, ib.
—— another for the Polypus, ib.
—— extreme heat of the Mouth, 397
—— for a Canker in the Mouth, ib.
—— to keep Teeth white, ib.
—— —— fasten the Teeth, ib.
—— for the Tooth-ache, ib.
—— Scurvy in the Gums, ib.
—— for rotting and consuming of the Gums, ib.
—— the cause of Infirmities in the Face, ib.
—— for a Face full of red pimples, ib.
—— to take away the marks of Small Pox, ib.
—— caution concerning the Infirmities of the Throat, ib.
—— for Hoarseness, 398
—— for the Quinsey, ib.
—— for Sore Breasts, ib.
—— —— —— —— inward Medicine for, ib.
—— for Moisture of the Stomach, ib.
—— for the heat of the Stomach, ib.
—— to cause the Liver well to digest, ib.
—— a Caution, ib.
—— for a stoppage of the Liver, ib.
—— for the Liver, ib.
Reed, Aromatical, 219
Reeds, common and sugar, 218
Rhadish, or Horse Rhadish, 148
Rhapontick, or Rhubarb of Pontus, 225
Rhubarb, 225
Rhubarb, or Rephontic, 156
—— Monk’s or garden Patience, 157
—— Bastard, or great Round-leaved Dock, ib.
Rocket, 151
—— Winter, or Cresses, 152
Roots, 201, 217, 256
—— Temperature of, 257
—— appropriated to several parts of the body, 258
—— properties of, ib.
Rosa Solis, or Sun Dew, 155
Rosemary, ib.
Rose Root, 225
Roses, 152
Rue, Meadow, 158
—— Garden, 159
Rupture-wort, 160
Rushes, 161
Rye, ib.

Saffron, Meadow, 220
Saffron, 161
Sage, 162
—— Wood, ib.
Samphire, 164
Sanicle, ib.
Saracen’s Confound, or Saracen’s Wound-wort, 165
Sarsaparilla, or Bind-weed, 225
Satyrion, 226
Sauce-alone, or Jack by the Hedge-side, 165
Savine, 166
Savory, Winter and Summer, ib.
Saxifrage, the common white, 167
—— Burnet, ib.
—— white, or Lady-Smocks, 226
Scabious, ib.
Scabious, three sorts, 161
Scirrits, 226
Scordium, or Water-Germander, ib.
Scurvygrass, 169
Sea, things belonging to, 254
Seeds, 201
—— or Grains, 249, 268
—— according to their operation, bind, &c. 269
Self-heal, 170
Service Tree, 171
Seseli, or Hartwort, 226
Shepherd’s Purse, 171
Sloe-bush, or Sloe-tree, 225
Smallage, 171, 218
Solomon’s Seal, 163, 225
Sope-wort, or Bruise-wort, 172
Sorrel, ib.
—— Wood, ib.
Sow Thistles, 173
Southern-wood, ib.
Sorrel, 223
Sowbread, 218
Sow-thistles, 226
Species, or Powders, 317
Spignel, 223
Spignel, or Spikenard, 174
Spikenard, 223
Spleenwort, Ceterach, or Hart’s Tongue, ib.
Spurge, greater and lesser, 222
Spurge, Olive, or Widow-wail, 222
Squills, 226
Star-Thistle, 175
Stone-Crop, Prick-Madam, or small Houseleek, 177
Strawberries, 175
Swallow-wort, 218, 227
Succory, 220
Succory, or Chicory, 176
Sugars, 316
Sulphur-wort, Hog’s-fennel, or Hore-strange, 224
Syrups, 203, 294
—— altering, 294
—— purging, 305
—— made with Vinegar and Honey, 308

Tamaris, 226
Tamarisk Tree, 178
Tansie, 226
Tansy, garden, 178
Tansy, Wild, or Silver Weed, 179
Tears, Liquors, and Rosins, 251
Teazle, 223
Thistles, 179
—— Melancholy, 180
—— our Lady’s, ib.
—— Woollen or Cotton, 181
—— Fuller’s, or Teazle, ib.
Thorn, black, or Sloe Bush, 182
Thorough Wax, or Thorough Leaf, 183
Throat-wort, 226
Thyme, 123
—— Wild, or Mother of Thyme, ib.
Tinctures, 290
Toad-stools, 226
Tobacco, English, 177
Toothwort, 221, 54
Tormentil, 226
Tormentil, or Septfoil, 184
Treacle Mustard, 181
Trefoil, 226
Trefoil, Meadow, or Honey-suckles, 115
—— Heart, 186
—— Pearl, ib.
Troches, 209, 346
Turbith, 226
Turmerick, 221
Turnsole, or Heliotropium, 224
Tustan, or Park Leaves, 186

Valerian, white and red, 219
Valerian, or Setwell, greater and lesser, 224
Valerian, garden, 186
Vervain, 187
Vine, 188
Vinegars, Physical, 292
Violets, 188
Viper’s Bugloss, 189
—— —— or Wild Bugloss, 221
Viper’s Grass, 226

Wall Flowers, or Winter Gillflowers, 190
Walnut Tree, ib.
Water-flag, or Flower-de-luce, 218
Waters, distilled, 202
Weld, Wold, or Dyer’s Weed, 191
Wheat, 192
Wines, Physical, 291
Wood, 193
—— 193, 223
Woodbine, or Honey-suckles, ib.
Woods, 260
Woods, and their Chips or Rapeings, 229
Wormwood, 194

Yarrow, Nose-bleed, Milfoil, or Thousand Leaf, 198

Zedoary, or Setwall, 227
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[402]
A LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL DISEASES.

Abortion, (to prevent).
Sage, 244.
Tansey, 245

Aches in the joints.
Of Beans, 228, 274

Agues.
Archangel, 11.
Buck’s-horn-plantain, 33, 281.
Camomile, 39.
Pellitory, 134.
Meadow-sweet, 147

—— Dry.
Maudlin, 114.
Lovage, 108

—— Hot.
Mallows, 111, 302.
Wild Tansey, 179

—— Quartan.
Fumitory, 237.
Cinque-foil, 242

Almonds of the Ears.
Devil’s-bit, 245

Anthony’s Fire.
Crab’s-claws, 57.
Duck’s-meat, 66.
Hawk-weed, 89

Appetite, (to restore).
Wild Marjoram, 112.
Masterwort, 240, 295

Apoplexy.
Lavender, 103.
Lily of the Valley, 105

Asthma.
Woodbine, 193.
Lungwort, 109, 313, 346


Blood, (to cleanse).
Nettles, 127, 281, 282.
Hops, 240

Bloody Flux.
Amaranthus, 9.
Mallows, 112.
Brank Ursine, 29.
Clown’s-wood, 52

Blows, (black and blue, marks of).
Daisies, 232.
Of Solomon’s-seal, 225

Boils.
Barberry, 16.
Cuckow-point, 59.
Wheat, 192

Bowels, (obstructions of).
Stachea, 247.
Hops, 247, 346

Brain, (to strengthen).
Rosemary, 247.
Cowslips, 347.
Nutmegs, 248, 272, 273, 281, 324

Bruises.
Bishop’s-weed, 25.
Chervil, 46.
Solomon’s-seal, 163

Burns.
Burdock, 36.
Hound’s-tongue, 98, 359


Cancers.
Asarabacca, 13.
Briony, 30.
Yellow Water-flag, 76.
Cinquefoil, 49

Cankers.
Dragons, 67.
Flower-de-luce, 78.
Winter-green, 86

Chest, (diseases of).
Sweet Marjoram, 113

Chilblains.
Henbane, 91

Chin-Cough.
Thyme, 183

Cholic.
All-Heal, 2.
Dove’s-foot, 66.
Mullein, 123.
Osmond Royal, 72

Chops of the hands, &c.
Pomatum, 361

Colds.
Nep, 126.
Juice of Liquorice, 312

Consumption.
Sweet-Chervil, 47, 246, 289, 293, 316.
Plantain, 141.
Pine-Nuts, 248, 275

Convulsions.
Down, 67.
Pansies, 246, 328

Corns.
Houseleek, 97, 232.
Coughs.
Angelica, 8.
Garlick, 82.
Hore-hound, 96

Cramp.
Mug-wort, 122.
Mullein, 123.
Sage, 162


Diabetes (an involuntary discharge of urine), 253

Dimness of Sight.
Pearl-trefoil, 186.
Vervain, 187.
Mellilot, 115.
Valerian, 186

Dizziness of the Head.
Sweet Marjoram, 113, 298.
Sow-fennel, 74.
Rosemary, 155

Dropsy.
Elder, 67, 221.
Bay, 248, 254.
Juniper, 100.
Flax-weed, 76.
Pellitory of the Wall, 135


Ears.
Fig-Tree, 75.
Ale-hoof, 5.
Sow Thistle, 173, 396

Eyes.
Eye-bright, 71, 396.
Hawkweed, 89.
Wild Clary, 51.
Rattle-grass, 150.
Beets, 20

—— (inflammations of).
Violets, 188.
Anemone, 9.
Groundsel, 87

Faintings.
Balm, 15.
Endive, 69.
Penny-royal, 136.
Heart Trefoil, 186

Face, 397.
Beans, 18

Falling Sickness.
Elk’s-claws, 253.
Mallows, 111.
Masterwort, 114

Felons of the Finger.
Amara-dulcis, 1.
True Love, 94.
Nailwort, 126

Fevers.
Endive, 69.
Flea-wort, 77.
Master-wort, 114.
Marigolds, 114, 333

—— (Pestilential).
Butter-burr, 35.
Elecampane, 69.
Clove-gilliflowers, 83

—— (Putrid).
Borage, 28

Fistulas, 351.
Bugle, 33.
Wintergreen, 86.
Cow-parsnips, 132.
Campion Wild, 40

Fits.
Wild Arrach, 10

Flux.
Bistort, 25.
Flux-weed, 78.
Rhubarb of Pontus, 225

Fundament falling, 239, 365.
Duck-meat, 240


Gout.
Comfrey, 54.
Sciatica-cresses, 57.
Gout-wort, 85.
Elm, 68

Gravel.
Asparagus, 13.
Butcher’s-broom, 31.
Parsley-piert, 131

Gums, 397


Head, 343, 395.
Cives, 50.
Feverfew, 72.
Flower-de-luce, 78.
Pellitory, 134.
Roses, 153

—— Ache.
Beets, 20.
Duck’s-meat, 66.
Ivy, 99.
Privet, 146

—— Bald.
White-lilies, 106.
Wall-Rue, 110, 396

—— Scabby.
Fox-glove, 80.
Knapweed, 102.
Nep, 126

—— Scald.
White-Lilies, 106

Heart-Burn.
Vine, 246

—— (to strengthen), 284, 287, 289, 298, 318, 326, 349

—— (palpitation of).
Syrup of Apples, 303

Hic-cough.
Mint, 117

Hoarseness.
Fig-tree, 75.
Liquorice, 106.
Peach-tree, 133


Imposthumes.
Barley, 16.
Chickweed, 48.
Dandelion, 62, 360

Indigestion.
Avens, 15.
Ragwort, 149.
Samphire, 164, 319, 374

Inflammations.
Arssmart, 12.
Sea-Coleworts, 37.
Cinquefoil, 49.
Black Cresses, 57

—— in the sides.
Violets, 247

Infection, (to preserve from).
Scabious, 168.
Bay, 18

Itch.
Black-alder, 6.
Celandine, 42.
Stinking-gladwin, 84.
Juniper, 100


Jaundice.
Agrimony, 4.
Ash, 14.
Carduus Benedict, 41

—— Yellow.
Wormwood, 196.
Barberries, 227


King’s-evil.
Wheat, 192


Leprosy.
Nigella, 250

Lice, (in the head, to kill).
Stavesacre, 250.
Olibanum, 250

Liver, 398.
Sage, 162.
Strawberries, 175.
Maple-tree, 112

—— (inflammation of).
Wild Thyme, 183

—— (obstructions of).
Rhubarb, 157, 225.
Parsley, 131.
Columbines, 53.
Liver-wort, 107.
Alexander, 6

—— (to strengthen).
Cleavers, 51.
Costmary, 55.
Dock, 64.
Hart’s-tongue, 88

Looseness, (to stop).
Cloves, 248

Lungs.
Lungwort, 109.
Water Agrimony, 5.
Nettles, 127.
Filipendula, 75.
Scabious, 168

—— (inflammation of).
Garden Rue, 159, 244.
Heart’s-ease, 88

—— (ulcers of).
Money-wort, 119.
Horehound, 240

Measles.
Tormentil, 184.
Saffron, 161

—— (to drive out).
Alkanet, 2.
Marigolds, 114

Melancholy.
Melancholy-thistle, 180.
Germander, 83.
Vipers Bugloss, 189.
Mother-wort, 121, 294.
Burnet, 35.
Dodder, 64, 345

Memory, (to strengthen).
Olibanum, 273, 281.
Sage, 244

Menses, (to provoke).
Bdellium, 271, 258, 269.
Marjoram, 281, 274

—— (to stop), 259, 264, 270, 299, 305.
Tansy, 179

Milk, (to increase in Nurses).
Fennel, 237.
Of Vipers Bugloss, 221, 250

Miscarriage, (good against).
Ladies’ Mantle, 103.
Tansey, 178

Mouth, 397


Nervous Complaints.
Privet, 230, 356, 363

—— Head-ache.
Lily of the Valley, 105.
Plantain, 224

Nose, 396

—— (bleeding at).
Fluellin, 79.
Houseleek, 97.
Periwinkle, 138


Pain in the Bowels.
Mouse-ear, 122.
Of Marsh-mallows, 218, 281

—— in the Side.
Chick-pease, 48.
Coral-wort, 54.
Gentian, 82

—— in the Stomach.
Rupture-wort, 160.
Spignel, 174.
Black-thorn, 182, 273

Palsies.
Cowslips, 56.
Juniper, 100.
Lavender, 103, 328, 342, 395

Piles.
Lesser Celandine, 44.
Colt’s-foot, 53.
Stone-crop, 171

Pleurisies.
Lohoch of Poppies, 313, 321

Poison, (to expel).
White Lilies, 106.
Master-wort, 114.
Rue, 244, 337

Polypus.
Polypody, 142, 396

Purging.
Flowers, 266

—— Fruits, 268

—— Herbs, 264

—— Syrups, 305


Quinsey.
Cudweed, 56.
Hyssop, 95.
Orpine, 130.
Ragwort, 149.


Rickets.
Fearn, 222.
Syrup Hart’s-tongue, 304, 309

Ring-worm.
Savine, 166.
Celandine, 42.
Barberry, 16

Ruptures.
Rupture-wort, 236.
Thorough wax, 183.
Tormentil, 184.
Consolida-Major, 220


Scrophula.
Celandine, 220.
Eringo, 222

Scurvy.
Scurvy-grass, 169.
Water-cresses, 58.
Winter Rocket, 152.
Cuckoo Flower, 104, 259

Scurf, (or running tetters).
Beech, 23.
Plantain, 141

Shingles.
Plantain, 243

Shortness of Breath.
Angelica, 8.
Calamint, 38.
Hyssop, 95.
Pellitory of the Wall, 136

Skin, (to clear).
Madder, 109.
Of Cuckow-points, 218.
Vervain, 246

Sleep, (to procure).
Poppy, 144.
Lettuce, 104, 310

Small Pox.
Marigolds, 114.
Saffron, 161

Sore Breasts.
Purslain, 146.
Quince, 148, 398

—— Eyes.
Buck’s-horn-plantain, 33.
Succory, 176.
Celandine, 42.
Loose-strife, 108

—— Head.
Garden Rue, 159.
Tormentil, 184

—— Mouth.
Blue-bottle, 28.
Birch, 24.
Golden Rod, 84

—— Throat.
Sanicle, 164.
Self-heal, 170, 398.
Saracen’s Confound, 165

Sprains, 357, 361

Spring Medicine.
Lady’s-thistle, 180.
Nettles, 127

Stings and Venomous Bites.
Bazil, 17.
John’s-wort, 99.
Bay, 18.
Eringo, 70.
Rocket, 151

Stomach.
Mint, 117.
Lovage, 108, 398

—— (inflammations of).
Wallnut-Tree, 190

—— (obstructions of).
Cross-wort, 58.
Rhubarb, 157, 297, 317, 343

—— (to strengthen).
Gentian, 82.
Mustard, 124.
Roses, 152.
Wood-sorrel, 172, 280, 374

Stone.
Ash, 14.
Bird’s-foot, 24.
Broom, 32.
Burdock, 36.
Camomile, 39.
Parsley-piert, 131, 253

Surfeits.
Liver-wort, 107, 280

Sweat, (to provoke), 259, 281, 325, 329, 338

Swellings.
Common Alder, 7.
Sea-Coleworts, 37.
Chick-weed, 48

—— in the Throat.
Water Caltrops, 39.
Devil’s-bit, 63.
S. Gladwin, 84


Teeth, (to draw without pain), 252

—— (to fasten).
Mastich, 251.
Bistort, 219.
Silver-weed, 231

—— (to whiten).
Vine, 246, 397

Teething of Children, 253

Tooth-ache.
Tobacco, 177.
Wild Tansy, 179.
Henbane, 91, 397

Tumours.
Cives, 50.
Hemlock, 90.
Lesser Celandine, 42.
True Love, 91, 359, 360

—— (hard).
Misselto, 118.
Mallows, 111

—— (hot).
Water Lily, 105


Ulcers.
Centaury, 44.
Coral-wort, 54.
Bistort, 25.
Archangel, 11.
Alehoof, 5


Venereal Disease.
Sope-wort, 244

Voice, (to restore), 310, 314, 347

Vomit.
Antimonial Wine, 292

Vomiting, (to stay).
Lady’s Mantle, 103, 304, 311, 321, 327


Warts.
Buck’s-horn, 33.
Houseleek, 97.
Poplar, 143

Wens.
Turnsole, 185.
Fuller’s Thistle, 223

Wheezing.
Liquorice, 106.
Hyssop, 95.
Lungwort, 109

Whitlows.
Nail-wort, 126

Wind.
Bishop’s-weed, 25.
Carraway, 42.
Dill, 63.
Fennel, 73.
Hemp, 91, 264, 323

—— in the Stomach.
Lovage, 108.
Thyme, 183.
Mint, 118.
Rosemary, 155.
Garden Tansy, 178

Womb, (cold infirmities of).
Bayberries, 248

—— (diseases of).
Wild Arrach, 10.
Feverfew, 72, 365

—— (inflammations of).
Schœnanth, 247

Women’s Diseases.
Dog Mercury, 116.
Moses, 120.
Mugwort, 122, 231

—— in Labour.
Cinnamon, 227.
Hore-hound, 240.
Penny-royal, 243

Worms.
Dog’s-grass, 65.
Wormwood, 195.
Calamint, 38, 324.
Arssmart, 12.
Butter-bur, 35.
Centaury, 44.
Lavender-cotton, 104

Wounds.
Adder’s-tongue, 3.
Bifoil, 24.
Primroses, 146.
Burnet, 35.

One Blade, 26.
Bistort, 25.
Moon-wort, 120.
Lupines, 249

—— in the Head.
Shepherd’s-purse, 171

I have a disclaimer and I ask that you check with your doctor before you use any herbs, flowers, and so on from this book.
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BOOK 7

Learn how to use the wheel by matching numbers to the wheel. You see this wheel all over the internet but it never comes with an explanation on how to use this wheel. The wheel covers many topics.
Handmade book and printed contents from
FONTAINE’S
GOLDEN WHEEL FORTUNE-TELLER,
AND
DREAM BOOK.
DICK & FITZGERALD, PUBLISHERS,
18 ANN STREET.
Choose your centerpiece and color of the book at the checkout.
This book of shadows is an Antique style book of shadows for the new witch with a huge amount of room for your entries for years to come.
This book is a hardcover faux leather, top quality with decorative metals and handmade centers.

This book is a reprinted book from the early 1800s
I added a decorative frame around the border.
size 8 1/2 x 11
You can add your favorite pages you may already have. You can add your own photo pages and keep notes and herbs inside. This book will last forever!
I make the books look just like a solid sewn hardcover antique style bound book.
I am excited to have this feature for you because you can't tell by looking at the book. It is very detailed and very strong )0(*

Here is a list of what is inside this beautiful book.

Bride’s Omen
Bridge Omen
Candle Spell
Candle Token
Card Charm
Cards, Fortune-telling with
Cat Portent
Charm against Nightmare
Charms and Magic Prognostications
Cricket
Crow Sign
Death-tick
Dice, How to find Lucky Numbers with
Dice, How to tell Fortunes with
Dominoes, How to tell Fortunes with
Dreams, about the Interpretation of
Dreams, Alphabetical List of
Dreams, What are
Easter-water
Finger-nails, Signification of the
Frog Prognostic
Golden Wheel, How to tell Fortunes by the
Golden Wheel of Fortune, The
Hair Spell
Hair, To choose a Husband by the
Hand, Telling Fortunes by the Lines of the
How a Girl may ascertain if she will ever marry
How to be sure of a Partner at a Dance
How to discover if your Wish will be Fulfilled
How to get a Sweetheart
How to tell the first letter of your future Wife’s or Husband’s name
Key and Book Charm
Language of Flowers
Lead and Wax Spell
Lucky and Unlucky Days
Means to compel Love
Moles, Telling Fortunes by
Nail Token
New Moon
New Year’s Eve, How to tell Fortunes on
Nutshell Witchery
Omen of Riches
Palmistry
Phrenology and Physiognomy
Rabbit Augury
Rye Charm
Saucer Charm
Scissor or Knife Prognostic
Sheep and Swine Token
Shift Charm
Signs from the Moon’s age
Sign of a Sneeze
Sign of Visitors
Sign when your Ear tingles
Sign when your Nose itches
Sign when your you wet your Apron
Spider Omen
Star Augury
Strange Bed
Straw Sign
String Token
Table to find Lucky Numbers
Tea or Coffee-Grounds, Fortune-telling by
Telling Fortunes by Dominoes and Dice
The Divining-rod, to tell where to dig for Water and Metals
Thirty Physiological Significations
To find out whom one is to have for a Husband
To know if a Woman with Child will have a Girl or a Boy
To know the Temper and Disposition of every one
To prepare a Love Potion
What a Prick in the Finger signifies
What a Spider-web foretells


Antiqued!
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RUSTIC AGED AND BEAUTIFUL!
Your Book of Shadows for life.

)0( All 5 Books come with this order )0(


ALL the books are 350 pages 8.5 X 11
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A huge amount of space to write in, with many blank pages in every book


Books of shadows for life!

Ultra-thin PARCHMENT PAPER. NOT THE MARBLE HARD PARCHMENT.
I love to hear the pages turn in the antique style books.. with a huge amount of blank pages for you to continue this magical journey within the library of books.
There is so much information on the internet on Wicca and it is so confusing and much of it is not true. I have written and designed this book to not only teach you the easiest steps to begin but it allows you to continue your path and it will also grow with you over the years to come. 

AGED ANTIQUE STYLE

THIS BOOK IS A REPLICA OF THE REAL WITCHES COVEN'S SPELL BOOK.