Guaranteed: if a youngster's not chatting on their mobile, they're typing in the latest emoticons or sending an email. And if not that, they're probably watching Sabrina the Teenage Witch or devouring a Harry Potter novel. Aimed at 13-22 year-olds, e-m@gic updates the traditional spell formulae with modern methods. Out go scripts, scrolls and exotic ingredients and in come everyday, easily available items and totally accessible methods - but still with a mystical approach. Even better, text messaging and email ensure that every spell or charm goes directly to the heart of the matter by instantly reaching its intended recipient. The basic tips and principles of good magic-making are explained and brief meanings of various colours, numbers and crystals are given. Then follows 50 spells and rituals, each of which relates to one of the gamut of teenage preoccupations - school, college, exams, love, friends and family - and none of which are offensive, frightening or dangerous. Each spell is clearly set out, with a list of ingredients and an easy-to-follow step-by-step process.
In addition to modern technology, the spells make use of inexpensive and readily available props and accessories, such as candles, crystals, power bracelets, friendship bracelets, hair ornaments, nail polish, fast food and essential oils. Like no other spell book, e-m@gic speaks the language of its intended audience and communicates with them in a way that is immediately understood. Essential reading for modern witches everywhere!
Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd