Advanced Wicca: Exploring Deeper Levels of Spiritual Skills and Masterful Magick (Google eBook)

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Citadel Press, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 180 pages
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Continued training that goes beyond an introduction to Wicca, this valuable text provides a deeper magickal understanding and numerous activities, from amulets to trancework, that will give readers a higher level of magickal awareness, insight, and responsibility.
  

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Review: Advanced Wicca: Exploring Deeper Levels of Spiritual Skills and Masterful Magick

User Review  - Julie Sondra Decker - Goodreads

This book takes a Wiccan perspective beyond 101 and into practical, applicable, deep explorations of the Craft. You can find an emphasis on self-guided spiritual paths, with a primary focus on running ... Read full review

Review: Advanced Wicca: Exploring Deeper Levels of Spiritual Skills and Masterful Magick

User Review  - Julie Decker - Goodreads

This book takes a Wiccan perspective beyond 101 and into practical, applicable, deep explorations of the Craft. You can find an emphasis on self-guided spiritual paths, with a primary focus on running ... Read full review

Contents

Defining the Adept
3
A Moments Pause
24
Dynamic Traditional Magic
42
Magical Artistry
66
Dreamwork
86
Trancework and Pathworking
102
Working With Natural and Elemental Spirits
127
Serving the Community
149
The Divine Copilot
171
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Page xi - The more we learn, the more we realize how little we really know of the Divine and Creation.

About the author (2000)

Patricia Telesco is the author of over forty metaphysical books. She regularly gives lectures and workshops on neo-pagan traditions throughout the country. She also contributes to metaphysical journals, such as Circle Network News, popular Web sites like www.witchvox.com, and appears on television and radio interviews in an effort to promote tolerance and understanding of alternative faiths.

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