"While there is more to witchcraft than casting spells, it’s hard to deny that spellcraft still plays a key part and is often how many of us start out in the magickal arts. But like most aspects of witchcraft, spellcraft is not easy. Lighting a thousand candles and reciting just as many beautifully rhyming words will not, in themselves, get the job done. It takes concerted and consistent effort to develop, hone, and maintain the skills and abilities that are necessary to make the magick go.
Yet the ability to work effective magick is there for us all, and by making simple changes in your approach, you can create deep and lasting changes within your life.
If you would do the work to be effective…
explore the mechanics of spellcraft with a focus on results
learn how to determine the magickal correspondence of any object
troubleshoot failed spells so you can be more effective with your magick
become a stronger witch through active spell casting and find direction for your personal practice
dissolve the separation between magick and the mundane so you can create real and lasting change in your life
Through eight lessons aligned to the lunar cycle, you will develop a deeper understanding of the art of spellcraft so you can devise an effective plan of action for your magickal goals. Each week you will dig into a facet of spellcraft mechanics, using a variety of spellcrafting techniques to broaden your experience, enable you to become more innovative with your magick, and to begin seeing stronger results within your magickal practice. You will also cover practical ways to boost efficacy as well as common mistakes to avoid.
As an introductory course, the material herein is designed with the beginner and intermediate witch in mind. However, to get the full benefit, it is advised that you have some familiarity with magick—on both a conceptual and practical level—and with witchcraft, at least on a conceptual level. Neither the basics of magick nor witchcraft will be covered although their distinctions and differences will be discussed."