The Real Witches' Handbook: A Complete Introduction to the Craft for Both Young and Old

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Thorsons, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 197 pages
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An accessible introduction to witchcraft offers practical advice on becoming a Wiccan. West explores the myths surrounding witchcraft, its festivals, beliefs, practices and folklore and explains the responsibilities of becoming a witch. 30 line drawings.

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Review: The Real Witches' Handbook: A Complete Introduction to the Craft

User Review  - Jade - Goodreads

This was my go to guide as a young teenager into wicca, which I recently re-read. When I was younger, this book was my guide and teacher, along with others, but the format of this book connected with ... Read full review

Review: The Real Witches' Handbook: A Complete Introduction to the Craft

User Review  - Julie Sondra Decker - Goodreads

This basic witchcraft book answers beginners' questions, outlines the general beliefs of the Craft, attacks misconceptions, and offers various definitions and philosophies. I'm afraid I felt it was ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

Kate West is the author of The Real Witches' Handbook and The Real Witches' Kitchen. She is Media Officer for The Children of Artemis and High Priestess of the Hearth of Hecate, which runs a popular email support and enquiry service for Witches around the world. A practising Wiccan for over 30 years, she has excellent international contacts.

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