Book of Shadows
Wicca is essentially a religion, as sacred and vital as other religions. Its central foundation is nature and all of its laws. Witches maintain a constant identification with the flora, fauna, the waters, the winds, and all other natural phenomena.
Yet Wiccan beliefs and practices are often unknown or misunderstood by non-Pagans and the uninitiated. Approaching the Craft from the Gardnerian perspective, Migene González-Wippler offers a friendly, straightforward introduction to the Old Religion and sheds light on what it truly means to be a Witch.
"This tome compiles the necessary rudiments and formalized practices of a given tradition/coven—previously kept closely guarded within the confines of membership—into a single volume for reference."—LIBRARY JOURNAL
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Would not recomend this book to ANYONE interested in the craft. Alot of misinformation from my studies and experiences. Save your money and buy a book by a more reputable author. Read full review
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As the grip of traditional religion over Western societies loosens, interest in alternative spiritualities has burgeoned. This tome compiles the necessary rudiments and formalized practices of a given ... Read full review
The Witches Coven
Festivals Sabbaths and Esbats
The Importance of the Moon
The Major Ceremony of Wicca and the Great Rite
The Runes and the Charge
Wiccas Alphabet and the Magical Implements
The Book of Shadows