Scan of Handwritten Book of Wicca Cures, Remedies, Potions, and Balms774
A digital copy of Persephone Adrastea Eirene's absolutely irreplaceable and rare handwritten manuscript book of occult herbalist, alchemy, and chemistry recipes, cures, ceremonial perfumes, and balms used in witchcraft.
Included are recipes for cough syrups, dyes, beauty aids, hair spray, incense, liniment, teas, nerve tonics, and liqueurs. Hundreds of years of Wicca knowledge is handed down from the women of this witch's family line and coalesced into this vintage book of potions and herbs.
The author was a true hereditary American witch of Swedish and English lineage, the daughter and granddaughter of High Wiccan Priestesses. As a third generation Wiccan, Persephone Adrastea Eirene claimed three names for her Wiccan moniker. She presided over her own coven, and was the patroness and Queen-Mother of numerous other covens for many, many years. The tradition of her line called for Persephone to copy her mother's book by hand as a child. She was then called upon to re-write the book when she became a high priestess in the 1960s.
The file contains 132 scanned pages. They are all very clear and legible.
Provenance: This book came from the library of Alice Montserratt, wife of famed occultist Israel Regardie. There is a related digital file of Persephone's spells, incantations, and curses also available for purchase here.
Please note: you are purchasing a digital copy of the original. Due to the nature of this item, we can only sell to individuals who practise the craft. Upon completion of check-out we will e-mail you the file within three business days. This in no way implies any right to copy, duplicate, publish, or resell this file. All such rights are retained by the seller.
ALL DIGITAL SALES ARE FINAL. THIS IS A FINAL SALE. PLEASE DO NOT PURCHASE THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE NOT COMFORTABLE.
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