American Witch: Magick for the Modern Seeker

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Citadel Press, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 224 pages
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For the proud and the pagan, the author of "Rocking the Goddess" offers a comprehensive history of witchcraft in America. Drawing on the amazing heritage of Magickal infuluence in the U.S. today, it offers effective spells, powerful prayers, and mesmerizing invocations; a deep knowledge of lunar cycles, astrological influences, colors, herbology, Hermetic principles, and candle anointing. It also digs deeper into a darker past for an essential history, which is invaluable to all Magickal seekers. Includes a guide to sacred sites, occult shops and Wiccan churches.
 

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Contents

The Origins of Faith
28
Wiccan Culture
71
A Witchs World
98
The Magickal Basics
134
Spells Incantations and Invocations
170
Conclusion
209
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About the author (2003)

ANTHONY PAIGE is the author of Citadel's September '02 release Rocking the Goddess. A recent graduate of Purchase College, State University of New York, where he founded the popular Campus Coven, U.S.A. His articles on New Age subjects, crime, and entertainment have appeared in The John Jay Law Times, The Lex Review, The Westchester Purchase Dispatch, Vault, and Yes Magazine. He studied forensic science for two years at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and has served reporting internships with the New York City Police Department, MTV Networks, and Paramount Pictures. Paige is a member of the Department of Transportation Public Speakers Bureau and the American Society for Physical Research. He lives in New York City.

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