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Wicca by Scott Cunningham
Cunningham's classic introduction to Wicca is about how to live life magically, spiritually, and wholly attuned with nature. It is a book of sense and common sense, not only about magick, but about religion and one of the most critical issues of today: how to achieve the much needed and wholesome relationship with our Earth. Cunningham presents Wicca as it is today: a gentle, Earth-oriented religion dedicated to the Goddess and God. Wicca also includes Scott Cunningham's own Book of Shadows and updated appendices of periodicals and occult suppliers.
Seeker S Guide To Learning Wicca by Amethyst Treleven
The seeker's Guide to Learning Wicca is a comprehensive training program designed especially for solitary Wiccans and Witches in the northern hemisphere. This amazing book helps students learn by introducing interactive tasks that help them understand how to DO Wicca and Witchcraft and not just know about it. It's a complete training program for those who want to work toward their First Degree in Inclusive Wicca and who can't work with a coven for whatever reason. The book is also fully supported by an interactive web site and online community so students experience a deep connection with a real life, working Wiccan coven and church.
The Wicca Bible by Ann-Marie Gallagher
"Covers the key apsects of Wicca as a philosophy, spiritual path, and magical tradition. It includes detailed information on such key aspects as rituals, spells, divination techniques, and circlework, all the tools you'll need for deeper exploration of this ancient "craft""--Back cover.
The Encyclopedia Of Witches Witchcraft And Wicca by Rosemary Guiley
Witchcraft practices around the world and from many periods in history are defined and explained.
Encyclopedia Of Wicca Witchcraft by Raven Grimassi
This indispensable reference work provides both a historical and cultural foundation for modern Wicca and Witchcraft, and it is the first to be written by an actual practitioner of the Craft. Features include modern Wicca expressions, sayings, and terminology. Illustrations.
Wicca For Beginners by Thea Sabin
Due to the sheer number of Wicca 101 books on the market, many newcomers to the Craft find themselves piecing together their Wiccan education by reading a chapter from one book, a few pages from another. Rather than depending on snippets of wisdom to build a new faith, Wicca for Beginners provides a solid foundation to Wicca without limiting the reader to one tradition or path. Embracing both the spiritual and the practical, Wicca for Beginners is a primer on the philosophies, culture, and beliefs behind the religion, without losing the mystery that draws many students to want to learn. Detailing practices such as grounding, raising energy, visualization, and meditation, this book offers exercises for core techniques before launching into more complicated rituals and spellwork. Finalist for the Coalition of Visionary Resources Award for Best Wiccan/Pagan Book "In her first book-length work, Sabin presents a first-rate, fresh, and thorough addition to the burgeoning field of earth-based spiritual practice volumes...written in a light, informative style that magically mines depth, breadth and brevity."—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
Simple Wicca by Michele Morgan
Wicca, a positive, Earth-based spiritual practice, is both old and new, traditional and ever-changing- and Michele Morgan has captured its essence in this small book. She invites readers to follow their hearts into a spiritual practice that has sustained ancestors from time immemorial. In Simple Wicca, practitioner Michele Morgan dispels the many myths that surround this centuries-old tradition, explains its main tenets, and offers interested readers the basics of how to begin to practice. While other books have been written on Wicca, none are as straightforward and easy to follow. Simple Wicca offers not only practical guidance in the craft, but also an emotional and spiritual understanding of the practice.
Wicca by D.J. Conway
This is the ultimate guide to the ancient religion of Wicca by best-selling Pagan author, D. J. Conway. WICCA: THE COMPLETE CRAFT offers a comprehensive overview of Wiccan philosophy, dispels the common misconceptions, and is a useful primer for practicing Wicca as a spiritual lifestyle. Included are chapters on sacred space, ritual tools, holy days, meditations and visualizations, spells and the art of spell casting, as well as terminology.
Modern Wicca by Michael Howard
An insider's look at the history of Witchcraft The evolution of Wicca is as dynamic and colorful as the Witches who helped shape it. One of the most enigmatic and progressive practitioners of his time, Gerald Gardner was arguably the most instrumental Witch in spreading the Craft around the world. Drawing on his decades of personal involvement with Wicca, Michael Howard offers an intimate portrait of Gerald Gardner's life and traces the history and development of modern neo-pagan Witchcraft. Howard reveals little-known facts and stories surrounding the men and women who shaped Wicca over the past sixty years, including Aleister Crowley, Alex Sanders, and influential initiates such as Doreen Valiente. From the Museum of Magic and Witchcraft on the Isle of Man to the origins of the Book of Shadows, Modern Wicca tracks the expansion of Wicca as it spread from the United Kingdom to the United States and beyond-and takes you inside the political controversies, behind-the-scenes rivalries, and once-guarded secrets of pagan ritual, Wiccan spells, and the Craft of the Wise. Praise: "This is an extremely important book, representing an account of Wiccan history from somebody who has himself been a major actor in it."—Ronald Hutton, author of The Triumph of the Moon
The Complete Idiot S Guide To Wicca Craft by Miria Liguana
Fun, illustrated projects for those who believe in magick. From sewing, gardening, and jewelry-making, to calligraphy and lotion- concocting, here are Wicca craft projects for everyone. And with the ritual tools, altars, amulets, candles, mirrors, cauldrons, and a deeper understanding of their meanings, new and veteran Wiccans can enrich their ceremonies, from Esbats and Shabats to magical circles, and from kitchen magick to ritual baths. *For readers of The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Wicca and Witchcraft and The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Spells and Spellcraft *According to FoxNews.com, Wicca is hugely popular on college campuses, and at least two colleges excuse believers from class on Wiccan holidays *Ideal for both "sole practitioners" and groups of Wiccans *Only "make-your-own" book on Wicca crafts