Living Wicca: A Further Guide for the Solitary Practitioner

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Llewellyn Worldwide, Apr 8, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 240 pages
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Selling more than 200,000 copies, Living Wicca has helped countless solitary practitioners blaze their own spiritual paths. Let the wise words of Scott Cunningham guide you toward a new level of practice.

Living Wicca takes a philosophical look at the questions, practices, and differences within Witchcraft. You'll learn how to create your own rituals and symbols, develop a book of shadows, and even become a high priest or priestess. Also covered in this Scott Cunningham classic are tools, magical names, initiation, the Mysteries, 120 Wiccan symbols, and the importance of secrecy in your practice.

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User Review  - tdfangirl - LibraryThing

A good follow up to [book:Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner] that expands on the concepts and rituals introduced in the first book. Read full review

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User Review  - willowsilvhorse - LibraryThing

I bought this book when I first started studying Wicca. It was a good starting point; however, I have moved away from Wicca since starting my studies and no longer use it. I would definitely recommend it to someone interested in Wicca, though. Read full review


A Note to Traditional Wiccans
Tools of Learning
Should I Do It While Im Sick?
Magical Names
Magic and the Solitary Wiccan
Your Own Tradition
Creating a New Path
Deity Concepts
Tools Altars Dress and Ritual Jewelry
PartI 17 Ritual Design Part II

The Wiccan Mysteries
Everyday Wicca
Effective Prayer
Daily Prayers and Chants
Prayers and Rites of Thanks and Offering
Simple Wiccan Rites
Wiccan Symbols
The Book of Shadows
Teaching Widening the Circle
Living Wicca
Annotated Bibliography

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Scott Cunningham practiced magic actively for over twenty years. He was the author of more than fifty books covering both fiction and non-fiction subject matter; sixteen of his titles are published by Llewellyn Publications. Scott's books reflect a broad range of interests within the New Age sphere, where he was very highly regarded. He passed from this life on March 28, 1993, after a long illness.

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