A Druid's Handbook to the Spiritual Power of Plants: by Jon G. Hughes

By Jon G. Hughes

A pragmatic consultant to making plant extracts, essences, and complexes to be used in Druidic intercourse magic rituals

• Explores the id, harvesting, and magical homes of greater than 70 vegetation and bushes
• info the cautious and meticulous spagyric practise of plant extracts and complexes
• Demonstrates how plant compounds are utilized in Druidic intercourse magic rituals through either and teams

In this sensible consultant to Druidic plant magic, Jon G. Hughes finds the light alchemy of changing plant essences into powerful compounds for operating intercourse magic rituals. analyzing the identity, harvesting, and magical houses of greater than 70 vegetation and bushes, he information the cautious and meticulous spagyric practise of plant extracts and complexes in addition to the method of acquiring or growing compatible alcoholic spirits for the bottom of those arrangements. He comprises directions to make all invaluable instruments and explores the way to organize your self to paintings with plant essences and correctly use the mystical compounds you create.

Hughes explains the right way to unencumber the energies, therapeutic attributes, and magical capacities of vegetation and bushes throughout the respectful seduction of a plant’s advantage and the 3-step spagyric strategy of separation, purification, and reunification. He indicates how the spagyric strategy maximizes the ability of the got essence in education for its use in magical ritual. Detailing Druidic intercourse rituals for either a pair and a bunch, Hughes demonstrates how plant compounds are utilized in particular magical rituals and practices in addition to the function of the plant advanced in sexual efficiency. Exploring the underlying accord among alchemy and Druidic practices, Hughes presents a priceless handbook for someone wishing to harness the paranormal strength of plant power.

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The high school is also to be found in all parts of the country. There are also business colleges, technical schools, academies, universities, colleges, professional schools, correspondence schools, and other educational institutions of every possible kind. These are patronized by the native-born population as well as by many of those who come to us from foreign lands. The result is that, of the first great class which we shall treat, there are comparatively few in relation to the whole population.

This is the class of people who sometimes become counterfeiters, sneak thieves, pickpockets, forgers, gamblers, stool pigeons, second-story workers, and petty criminals along other lines which do not require physical courage, strength, and force. Of course, the great majority of these misfits do not enter upon a life of crime. They are, however, poor, often in need, sometimes pauperized, and, as a general rule, their lives are short and miserable. There are those, also, whose cases are not so extreme.

Pallid from long hours indoors, stooped from his concentration upon interminable columns of figures, dissatisfied, discontented, moving along painfully in a narrow groove, CHAPTER III 45 out of which there seems to be no way, underpaid, he is one of the tragedies of our commercial and financial age. While the section-hand may become a section boss, a roadmaster, a division superintendent, a general superintendent, a general manager, and, finally, the president of a railroad; while the stock boy becomes, eventually, a salesman, then a sales manager, and, finally, the head of the corporation; while apprentices to carpenters, bricklayers, and plumbers may become journeymen, and then contractors, and, finally, owners of big buildings; while the farmhand may become a farm owner, then a landlord, and, finally, perhaps, the president of a bank; while a workman in a factory handling a wheelbarrow may afterward become the president of the greatest corporation in the world, the clerk, toiling over his papers and his books, is almost inevitably sentenced to a lifetime of similar toil, with small opportunities for advancement before him.

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