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Book Title: The Wizard's Apprentice: Your Secret Path To Making Magic|
The author of the book: Herbie Brennan
The size of the: 4.88 MB
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Edition: Faber Faber
Format files: PDF
Date of issue: July 5th 2007
ISBN 13: 9780571231782
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An accessible, fun guide that explains the fundamentals of Wizardry. It includes a heady mix of case studies (often based on the author's personal experience), theory and step-by-step practical techniques. Herbie Brennan explores: The Ancient Roots of Wizardry; Wizard Training and Work; Magic in the Everyday World; An Experiment in Levitation; Remembering Past Lives...and much more. "The Wizard's Apprentice" is an indispensable how-to handbook for budding conjurers, rounded off with an informative reference section and illustrated throughout with black-and-white pictures and diagrams.
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Name: Herbie Brennan
Favourite book: The Crimson Petal and the White, by Michel Faber.
Favourite subjects: Esoteric matters, psychical research, anomalies, Mac computers, other people and cats.
Favourite journals: Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, Mac Format.
Favourite holiday spot: Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland.
Number of books published: 108.
Total copies sold worldwide: 7.5 million +.
Herbie Brennan recently (written 2007, excerpt taken from The Restless Dead) celebrated publication of his 104th book, The Purple Emperor, a sequel to New York Times bestseller, Faerie Wars. A longtime student of sorcery, he discovered an old copy of the Lemegeton, or the Lesser Key of Solomon (a book that really does exist) in a junk shop and used it to conjure up "The Necromancers." The magical techniques described in the story are authentic, but cautiously edited to protect the reader.