Teen Witch: Wicca for a New Generation

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Llewellyn Publications, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 251 pages
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Come on, you know you'd look glamorous and powerful in black…that lighting candles and calling spirits would give you an aura of mystery…that life would be better if only you could turn your history teacher into a jiggling mound of orange (or maybe lime) Jell-O. Well, this book is here to tell you that wearing black clothing and threatening people with hexes and curses won't make you a Witch. In fact, neither will joining a coven or being initiated. What Teen Witch will show you is that how you live, how you deal with others, and how you incorporate Wiccan laws into your life determines whether or not you are a true Witch. This handbook presents everything from the Wiccan principles of belief, traditions, symbols, holidays and rituals, to spells for homework and dating.

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User Review  - Anonymous - Borders

The perfect intro into Wicca and Paganism. Safe and easy enough for anyone to read it. It even explains the the Adult/Parent/Tutor what Wicca is. Convenient to those who (like me) come from an ... Read full review

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User Review  - Savannah Foley - Goodreads

Researching Witchcraft in an effort to grow as a Fantasy writer... This book had a simple overview and lots of 'spells' but not much about what magic /is/, and come to think of it, very little about ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Silver RaveWolf was born on September 11, 1956 with the name of Jenine E. Trayer. Silver's RavenWolf publicly entered the magickal community in the early 80's with a newsletter entitled, Witch Press. Her ideas on religion and magick gave rise to her popularity in the early '90's among grassroots Pagan publishers. Silver concentrated her attention on assisting newcomers in Craft society, thereby gaining the recognition of her peers. In 1990, Llewellyn World Wide published her manuscript entitled "To Ride A Silver Broomstick", which gained her instant acclaim. "The Teen Witch!" kit is produced in five languages making it the first alternative spirituality teen product with world wide distribution. Silver teaches magick, Witchcraft, Pow-Wow, astrology, Tarot and hypnosis. She is the leader of the Black Forest Circle and Seminary, an organization containing several covens spanning the United States and Canada. She has appeared as a lecturer and workshop facilitator at events in the Neo-Pagan community.

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