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Llewellyn's Complete Book of North American Folk Magic: A Landscape of Magic, Mystery, and Tradition

by Brandon Weston Author, Melissa A. Ivanco-Murray Author, Starr Casas Contributor, Stephanie Rose Bird Author, H. Byron Ballard Author, Benebell Wen Author, Jake Richards Author, Lilith Dorsey Author, Alexander Cummins Author, Sandra Santiago Author, Robert L Schreiwer Author, Via Hedera Author, Kenya T Coviak Author, Paloma Cervantes Author, Robert Phoenix Author, Cory Thomas Hutcheson Editor, Eliseo "Cheo" Torres Contributor, Morrigane Feu Contributor, E.F.E. Lacharity Contributor, Morgan Daimler Contributor, J. Allen Cross Contributor, Aaron Oberon Contributor, Ixtoii Paloma Cervantes Contributor, Dee Norman Contributor and Mario Del Ángel-Guevara Contributor

Llewellyn's Complete Book of North American Folk Magic is a comprehensive guide to contemporary folk traditions from all over North America. It features over 20 different traditions, including Appalachian Mountain Magic, Brujeria, Curanderismo, Detroit Hoodoo, Florida Swamp Magic, Irish American Folk Magic, Italian American Magic, New England Cunning Craft, New Orleans Voodoo, Ozark Folk Magic, Pennsylvania Powwow, and Southern Conjure. Written by 24 renowned practitioners, who share their insights and expertise on the history, tools, and spiritual beliefs of each tradition. It is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in learning more about folk magic and the rich cultural heritage of North America.