The Wicca Handbook

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Weiser Books, 1 de out de 2008 - 320 páginas
This handbook goes through the steps to becoming a witch. It also explores the Wiccan traditions, initiations and magical practices, the Wiccan year, its rituals and ceremonies.
 

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I found that, although I am not Wiccan, there was much of use to me in this book. It is not a book about the Wiccan religion, really, but about spell craft. The wheel of the year is barely mentioned ... Ler resenha completa

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I found that, although I am not Wiccan, there was much of use to me in this book. It is not a book about the Wiccan religion, really, but about spell craft. The wheel of the year is barely mentioned ... Ler resenha completa

Conteúdo

The Craft
73
Correspondences
175
Glossary
277
Bibliography
283
Index of Spells
287
Index
289
About the Author
310
Backcover
311
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Eileen Holland, a solitary, eclectic witch, Wiccan High Priestess, poet, and webmaster of OpenSesame, is the author A Witch's Book of Answers and Spells for a Solitary Witch. Eileen has been a practicing Pagan and witch for twenty years. Visit her online at www. OpenSesame.com.
Raymond Buckland's grandfather was the first of the Buckland Gypsies to give up traveling the roads in wagons and to settle into a permanent house. From his earliest years, Ray remembers listening to his father's and grandfather's tales of Romani life, and watching his grandmother read cards and tell fortunes. Ray is the author of more than fifty books on occult, magic, witchcraft, and paranormal subjects and is popularly known as "The Father of American Wicca." He lives in Ohio. Visit him on the web at: www.raybuckland.com.

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