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Draja Mickaharic was born Wednesday April 10 1912 in Bosnia, where his father, an Austrian, was a civil servant employed by the old Austro Hungarian Empire. He came to America on March 12, 1937, and he lived in New York City until 2002, when he moved to Philadelphia to stay with a former student. He became a citizen of the United States in 1940 and has for many decades resided there. During his career, he practiced as a consultant on Occult and other matters, and is now retired, occasionally devoting his spare time to working on memoirs and leisure. He no longer consults or does work for others. Most of his works are on the topics of occultism and magic, featuring a uniquely eclectic and practical blend of Eastern European and Caribbean folk magic, with strong touches of hoodoo, Obeah, and brujeria.

Not much else was known about this author until a recent book, Growing Up With Draja Mickaharic, by Luke Cullen detailed some aspects of daily life under Draja's tutelage in occult practices.[1] As a primary source of first-hand information, the book corroborates the previously known information.

Partial bibliography

  • Spiritual Cleansing: Handbook of Psychic Protection (Weiser 1982)
  • A Century of Spells (Weiser 1988)
  • Practice of Magic: An Introductory Guide to the Art (Weiser 1995)
  • Magic Simplified (Xlibris 2002)
  • Magical Techniques (Xlibris 2002)
  • Mental Influence (Xlibris 2002)
  • A Spiritual Worker's Spell Book (Xlibris 2003)
  • More Magical Techniques (Xlibris 2003)
  • Magical Practice: Applying Magical Training To Your Daily Life (Xlibris 2004)
  • Magical Uses For Magnets (Ibis 2004)
  • Immortality (Lulu 2007)
  • Magical Spells of the Minor Prophets (Lulu 2008)
  • Magic Spells Of All Kinds (Lulu 2008)
  • A Magical Pie (Lulu 2009)

Reference

  1. ^ Cullen, L "Growing Up With Draja Mickaharic", Xlibris Books, 2009
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