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The Wicca Bible

Author : Ann-Marie Gallagher
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"Covers the key apsects of Wicca as a philosophy, spiritual path, and magical tradition. It includes detailed information on such key aspects as rituals, spells, divination techniques, and circlework, all the tools you'll need for deeper exploration of this ancient "craft""--Back cover.

A Wiccan Bible

Author : A.J. Drew
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“If there is one quote from this book which deserves to be emblazoned on the opening pages of your Book of Shadows; above the door of your house (or temple); and in every mind it is this: ‘Wicca is not a place to go, it is a journey to take.’”—Spiral Nature For thousands of years, we have been told that God was a man. Then someone reminded us of when God was a woman. Now we have a reference for the sensible folk who have always felt that it takes two. If you have ever thought there was more to religion than ancient rituals performed for reasons unknown, this book will show you exactly what you have been looking for. If you have already come to the realization that Wicca is the religion for you, this book will help fill those many blanks that have been left by other books. Author A.J. Drew makes no attempt to dictate religious dogma or routine. He is quick to point out that the title does not start with the word the. He illustrates the many issues a person’s religion should address and shows how he has been able to find answers to those issues through the practice of a modern religion that was based on some of the oldest principles of the ancient world. A Wiccan Bible takes you through the journey of life in three stages: • Maiden and Master: Creation, Wiccaning, and Self-dedication. • Mother and Father: Initiation, Handfasting/Handparting, and the Wheel of the Year. • Crone and Sage: Community, the world, and death. Mythology and science converge as the author details a life’s journey into a religion with both old world ritual and new world science, fusing both into a creation myth which satisfies not only mind, but soul as well. A Wiccan Bible not only shows a religious path filled with joy, but one that offers the ability to accept and manage sorrow. It is filled with ritual and with the reasons why ritual is fulfilling, rewarding, and a necessary part of everyday life. As A.J. addresses each issue, he demonstrates not only how he found the solutions in Wicca, and the many ways in which science and magick have helped him to do so. A Wiccan Bible also contains select recipes that the author has collected, including mixtures for incense, oils, and baths.

The Soliltary Wiccan s Bible

Author : Gavin Frost
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The key to all Wiccan practice is ultimately solitary because developing real growth and awareness begins inside each individual. The Solitary Wiccan's Bible is for any reader wanting to go deeper into his or her understanding and experience of Wicca--alone. There are many reasons people seek a solitary path: fear of charlatans, concern about co-workers finding out or being misunderstood by others, or lack of family or social support for Wiccan practice. The Solitary Wiccan's Bible uses the metaphor of a solitary pilgrim walking a path and discovering natural and spiritual truths along the way. This pilgrimage is based on the ancient symbology of the Pentagram enclosed in the triple circle. The Solitary Wiccan's Bible leads the pilgrim to cross the circles, moving from the Wilderness through the Home and Astral realms, to achieve the central Spiritual realm. Always down-to-earth and easy to understand, The Solitary Wiccan's Bible clearly lays out the Wiccan paths so any reader can follow. Chapters include: * The Pilgrimage of Wicca * The Pilgrim Enters New Realms * The Pilgrimage of the Pentagram * The Pilgrim's Wiccan Magical Path * The Practical Pilgrim's Spellwork * The Pilgrim's Talismans The Solitary Wiccan's Bible provides background and practice in clear, accessible, and often humorous prose, making the book immediately useful to first-time seekers and long-time practitioners alike.

A Wiccan Bible

Author : A. J. Drew
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Discusses the different life stages as viewed by Wicca, offering beliefs and rituals to support readers as they deal with issues including self-dedication to the Wiccan path, handfasting and handparting and coping with death. Original.

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The Dictionary of Wicca Witchcraft and Magick

Author : Erik Ravenswood
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Wiccan Author Erik Ravenswood's latest release explores the world of Wicca, Witchcraft and the Metaphysical. The Dictionary of Wicca, Witchcraft and Magick," presents an indispensable guide to entering the world of Magick and Metaphysical and explanations for daily use. Ravenswood's release is a one stop quick reference book and is a huge storehouse of information for anyone beginning or in need of information, about magick and spell-casting. Magick is within us all and finding your way to tune into it requires knowledge. This book offers the knowledge to understand the meanings behind and the terminology used. There is a little something for every Pagan, Wiccan, or Witch to use in daily or celebrations of life in "The Dictionary of Wicca, Witchcraft and Magick." Included are many different subject areas and full explanations of what they are and how they are used. They include: Wiccan, Witchcraft and Magickal Terms, A Divination Dictionary, The Symbolism of Crystals, The Symbolism of Birds and Animals, The Symbolism of Trees, Plants, and Herbs, The Symbolism of Incense and Essential Oils, The Symbolism of Colors, and The Symbolism of Gods and Angels.


Author : Ethan Doyle White
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The past century has born witness to a growing interest in the belief systems of ancient Europe, with an array of contemporary Pagan groups claiming to revive these old ways for the needs of the modern world. By far the largest and best known of these Paganisms has been Wicca, a new religious movement that can now count hundreds of thousands of adherents worldwide. Emerging from the occult milieu of mid twentieth-century Britain, Wicca was first presented as the survival of an ancient pre-Christian Witch-Cult, whose participants assembled in covens to venerate their Horned God and Mother Goddess, to celebrate seasonal festivities, and to cast spells by the light of the full moon. Spreading to North America, where it diversified under the impact of environmentalism, feminism, and the 1960s counter-culture, Wicca came to be presented as a Goddess-centred nature religion, in which form it was popularised by a number of best-selling authors and fictional television shows. Today, Wicca is a maturing religious movement replete with its own distinct world-view, unique culture, and internal divisions. This book represents the first published academic introduction to be exclusively devoted to this fascinating faith, exploring how this Witches' Craft developed, what its participants believe and practice, and what the Wiccan community actually looks like. In doing so it sweeps away widely-held misconceptions and offers a comprehensive overview of this religion in all of its varied forms. Drawing upon the work of historians, anthropologists, sociologists, and scholars of religious studies, as well as the writings of Wiccans themselves, it provides an original synthesis that will be invaluable for anyone seeking to learn about the blossoming religion of modern Pagan Witchcraft.

The Wiccan Bible for the Solitary Witch Wiccan Prayers Beliefs and Practices

Author : Didi Clarke
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Are you a spiritual seeker who marches to the beat of your own drum? Are you looking to explore the world of Wicca while still maintaining your independent spirit? The Wiccan Bible for the Solitary Witch is the ultimate resource for learning the fundamentals of witchcraft as a freethinking, solo practitioner! Didi Clarke has been studying the art of Wicca for over a decade as a solitary witch, and in that time, she's published numerous books about all aspects of the craft. She has an intimate knowledge of the joys and pitfalls of studying Wicca without the aid of a coven. Now that expertise can be yours too! In The Wiccan Bible for the Solitary Witch, you'll find easy-to-understand descriptions and explanations of the most important aspects of being a practicing Wiccan. Knowledge that was once a closely guarded secret of traditional covens can be yours to learn and apply to your own spiritual practice! In particular, this book will teach you things like: Wiccan Ethics Important Wiccan Terms How Magick Works Wiccan Holidays How Wiccans Pray Writing Your Own Spells Performing Rituals And much more! This information is a must-have if you're a solitary witch who wants to experience the liberating power of magick in your own life. It's a self-guided manual for anyone who values their unique perspective and wants to become a successful Wiccan! Buy The Wiccan Bible for the Solitary Witch today!

Encyclopedia of American Women and Religion 2nd Edition 2 volumes

Author : June Melby Benowitz
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This two-volume set examines women's contributions to religious and moral development in America, covering individual women, their faith-related organizations, and women's roles and experiences in the broader social and cultural contexts of their times. • Introduces readers to hundreds of women who became leaders within various religious faiths and denominations, including many who founded religious sects and organizations • Provides an understanding of women's developing roles in American religious culture, which continue to the present day • Enables readers to gain an understanding of the broad range of religions, approaches to religion, and attitudes toward religion in the United States • Documents how life's experiences can shape one's spiritual life and future development • Includes a timeline of the issues facing women that marks changing societal attitudes and individual women's accomplishments across history

Webster s II New College Dictionary

Author : Houghton Mifflin Company
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Features more than 200,000 definitions, as well as revised charts and tables, proofreaders' marks, synonym lists, word histories, context examples, separate biographical and geographical entries, abbreviations, and foreign phrases