A Wiccan Dictionary
Witchcraft has a language and dialect all its own. Based on English and European words and terms and adopted over the centuries, we have a language of codes, of sensuality, of shadows, designed to be able to be used in public while sending often secret messages. Based on a Traditional Wiccan dictionary that has been handed down, and supplemented selectively with words and phrases that have been adopted more recently, this dictionary will prove effective in ritual, in spell working, and in communication between witches in a way that is secure, and just a little bit romantic as well.
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