Where to Park Your Broomstick: A Teen's Guide to Witchcraft

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 15, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 320 pages
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Modern Witchcraft, often called Wicca, has helped millions of people develop a positive, life-affirming connection to the world we live in. Witchcraft instills confidence, is spiritual kung fu for the annihilation of stress, and is potent mojo against mediocrity. Need help conquering acne and tough exams? Wish you had better family communication and a hot date for Friday night? Chock-full of spells, recipes (all made from easily accessible ingredients), and advice from real teen Witches, Where to Park Your Broomstick has all the information you need to practice Witchcraft and conjure up a little magick of your own.
 

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Review: Where to Park Your Broomstick: A Teen's Guide to Witchcraft

User Review  - Christine - Goodreads

This was the first Wiccan book I ever read and it was fantastic! If anyone reads this book as a kid or teenager or beginning witch/wiccan/pagan, read it and then read Drawing Down the Moon because ... Read full review

Review: Where to Park Your Broomstick: A Teen's Guide to Witchcraft

User Review  - Jessamyn - Goodreads

My school library actually hadthis book. I was surprised. Then I read it and could see why. It was directed specifically to teens, and talked about how Wicca played a large role in the differentevents ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
How to Use This Book
10
Modern Wicca
25
The Many Faces of the Goddess and God
38
Initiation to the Spiral
55
13
62
Reflection and Meditation
81
Creating Sacred Space
88
Spell Craft
132
Book of Shadows
180
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199
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215
Wiccainthe World
224
19
235
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252
21
270

Visualization
94
Ritual Tools
107
Casting a Circle
117
Divination
124
Merry Meet Merry Part and Merry Meet Again
280
Appendix
291
Notes and Bibliography
298
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Lauren Manoy joined her first coven at age fifteen. She is a freelance writer and lives in Warwick, New York.

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