Cavendish takes on the legends of magic and the occult in this fun little book. The stories she shares cull facts, or the most factual possible information about numerous individuals in the magical history.
Cavendish Spellbound) mixes together history, biography, and the religion of magick, under which umbrella the author includes wizardry, witchcraft, and the occult. Early on, Cavendish gives an excellent historical overview of famous figures who practiced magick, such as Merlin.
"Witches and Wizards" by Lucy Cavendish, presents an enchanted insight into some of the most influential and inspiring people who lived and led a life of magick, mystery and intrigue.
WITH her dramatically arched eyebrows and vivid paintings on satanic themes, Rosaleen Norton shocked ’50s and ’60s Australia. The ‘Witch of Kings Cross’ became notorious for her bizarre appearance and occult beliefs, and was condemned for making “obscene” works of art.
Lucy Cavendish live on Studio 10 to promote her latest book Witches and Wizards
Spellbound is the latest book by Lucy Cavendish, offering the reader an insight into the magickal world of spells. A “Grimoire”, pronounced grim-wa, is the name given to the magickal book/s kept by a spell-caster, keeping record of the spells which they have been working with, their observations, experiences, and their place in their lives.
SHE wears a long pointy hat, casts spells and admits to owning a broom stick or two. But asking Lucy Cavendish to put curse on your enemy or make someone fall in love with you will only end one way badly.
An Extract from An Alternative Voice Nov/Dec 2013 The art and craft of spellcasting is an ancient one, with roots which go back for millennia. There are records of spells recorded in the “Egyptian Book of the Dead”, and in today’s modern world, spellcasting is experiencing a revival.