Adept Circle Magick: A Guide for the Advanced Wiccan Practitioner

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 241 pages
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A comprehensive and accessible guidebook that will assist readers in developing the skills and confidence required to become truly proficient in the magickal life. Covering everything that a devoted student of the Craft needs to move from the realm of novie to that of adept, Adept Circle Magick provides detailed insight into invocation; developing intuition; the complete wheel of the year; healing spells; transformative rituals; aspecting and trances; and everyday magickal living.

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User Review  - ErasmusRob - LibraryThing

It's really hard to write a decent book on Wicca beyond "Wicca 101" unless one is writing from an anthropological or sociological perspective. Kirk White, however, has managed to do just that. It's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Greyer - Goodreads

This book covers a lot of ground, and interestingly. It has quick information on complicated subjects, so that you can at least try an experiment out without needing multiple books for information on ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Kirk White has been a practicing witch for nearly thirty years. The past director of the University of Vermont's Parapsychology Program, he founded two pagan organizations, the Wiccan Church of Vermont and the Church of the Sacred Earth: a Union of Pagan Congregations. A longtime teacher of courses in Wicca and Witchcraft, White is also the founder and academic dean of Cherry Hill Seminary, a professional pagan clergy education program. He lives in Bethel, Vermont.

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