Spells to Raise Hell Cards: 50 Spells and Rituals to Reveal Your Inner Power (Cards)

Spells to Raise Hell Cards: 50 Spells and Rituals to Reveal Your Inner Power By Jaya Saxena, Jess Zimmerman Cover Image

Spells to Raise Hell Cards: 50 Spells and Rituals to Reveal Your Inner Power (Cards)


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Unlock your emotional power and live true to yourself with this deck of fifty mystical practices—an accessible introduction to the empowering side of magic from the authors of Basic Witches

Spells to Raise Hell distills Jaya Saxena and Jess Zimmerman’s Basic Witches, an exploration of feminine power and rejecting societal constraints, into a deck of fifty spells and rituals for the modern mystic. Each card features bold and playful artwork on the front along with any materials needed for the ritual—simple items like a pen and paper, a lipstick or photograph, or simple pantry ingredients for an empowering (and delicious) potion. The back of the card gives the instructions on how to complete the ritual and harness its energy. No black magic here—these spells are all about giving you a boost. Tap into your inner power and upend the status quo by casting spells to unlock your potential, including:

• A spell to make peace with your body
• A ritual to move through loss
• A recipe to nurture a friendship
• A tarot ritual for accepting singleness
• A spell to focus on what you want

Display the cards on the included stand, slip the deck in your bag, or tuck one in a pocket to complete with a friend. Featuring simple rituals for both the beginner witch and the occult-savvy, Spells to Raise Hell is a perfect self-empowering, mystical tool for adding magic into your daily life.
Jaya Saxena is the co-author of Basic Witches and a staff writer at Eater. Her work has appeared in many outlets, including the New York Times, BuzzFeed, GQ, elle, Electric Literature, Catapult, the Daily Dot, The Toast, and more. She lives in New York City with her partner. 

Jess Zimmerman is the editor-in-chief of Electric Literature. Her writing has been published in the Guardian, the New Republic, The Washington Post, Hazlitt, Vice, Eater, and others.
Product Details ISBN: 9780593579473
ISBN-10: 059357947X
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Publication Date: October 3rd, 2023
Pages: 52
Language: English