The Story of the Confederacy
A magic reference book for witches, Wiccans and all devotees of the magical arts, this book also contains a brief history of and basic precepts of magic, plus material about the tools of witchcraft. It is the magical equivalent of an inspirational cookbook: nothing is too basic to be explained and yet sophisticated tastes as well as emergency situations are catered for. The book goes beyond merely the Wiccan tradition to include a multitude of eastern and western magical traditions whilst fulfilling the archetypal fantasy of the grand grimoire (master spell book).
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Rebellion and Revolution
From Secession to Sumter
A Nation with Nothing
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