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Publisher Description

This life-changing book goes far beyond simple “money magic.” This is a tome of true financial sorcery that will show you how to ensure success no matter what life throws at you.

Financial Sorcery will give you the step-by-step instructions on how to improve your fiscal situation. You will learn how to:

• Stop using magic to fix emergency problems and start using it to build your dream life.
• Use times of economic uncertainy to create new opportunities rather than cause problems.
• Work joyfully with money as part of your spiritual discipline rather than as a necessary evil.
• Make offerings to help increase the flow of prosperity around you.
• Ditch old concepts and retrain your mind to make money in today’s world.
• Use the interplay of macro- and micro-enchantment to find jobs and get promoted.
• Deploy strategic sorcery to kill your debt.
• Create secondary income streams that will ensure continued revenue.

“As the owner of a metaphysical shop, I cannot tell you how many times customers come to me with questions about improving their finances. Financial Sorcery has just made my life easier, as I can now point them to a book that has solid information about mundane and magickal techniques that work. This book is real gold, not fool’s gold, and I intend to make use of this treasure.” —Ivo Dominguez, Jr., author of Casting Sacred Space and Spirit Speak

Jason Miller (Inominandum) has devoted the last 23 years of his life to traveling the globe and studying practical magic in its many forms. He is the author of Protection and Reversal Magick and The Sorcerer’s Secrets. He also runs the Strategic Sorcery Training Course and Strategic Sorcery Blog. He lives with his wife and children in the New Jersey Pine Barrens, where he practices and teaches magick. His popular blog can be found at www.inominandum.com/blog.

GENRE
Health, Mind & Body
RELEASED
2012
July 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
224
Pages
PUBLISHER
Red Wheel Weiser
SELLER
Red Wheel Weiser, LLC
SIZE
31
MB

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