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Exploring Wicca

Exploring Wicca Author : Lady Sabrina
Release : 2006
Publisher : Career Press
ISBN : 9781564148841
File Size : 66.86 MB
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Tens of thousands of people throughout the world practice or wish to practice Wicca on their own. This book serves as both a beginner's guide for those exploring Wicca for the first time, as well as a "refresher" to bring seasoned Witches up to speed. Exploring Wicca provides an overview of Witchcraft and the many ways it is practiced today. It explains exactly how you can become a Wiccan practitioner and live a magickal life. Lady Sabrina teaches how to cast spells for love, money, personal success, and renewed health, as well as how to reconnect with nature and the powers of the universe. In addition to describing the magickal arts, this newly revised and expanded edition of Exploring Wicca explains the principles and ideals that govern the practice of Wicca, including hands-on advice for spellwork and sample rituals for celebrations and worship.

Exploring Wicca, Updated Edition

Exploring Wicca, Updated Edition Author : Lady Sabrina
Release : 2006-01-07
Publisher : Red Wheel/Weiser
ISBN : 0585475040
File Size : 37.95 MB
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An examination of Witchcraft and the many ways it is practiced today uncovers the roots of Wiccan beliefs, Wiccan Scripture, and sacred symbols, in an updated edition that includes hands-on advice for spellwork and sample rituals for celebrations and worship.

The Virtual Pagan

The Virtual Pagan Author : Lisa McSherry
Release : 2002-04
Publisher : Weiser Books
ISBN : 9781578632534
File Size : 56.60 MB
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The World Wide Web. Its power rests in its ability to build communities, share information, and transcend great distances. And as practitioners of the craft have discovered, its cutting-edge technology has the ability to weave centuries’ old magick with hyperlinks and fiber optics. For individuals interested in Wicca, The Virtual Pagan offers practical tools for getting connected via the Internet. As author Lisa McSherry writes, "Where once we were prevented from reaching out, for fear of prosecution, we are now free to worship in the safety and privacy of cyberspace. No longer are we bound by geography in our search for like-minded Pagans." Divided into three helpful sections, The Virtual Pagan explains to readers how to get online and find a group that meets their needs. The founder of her own online coven, JaguarMoon, McSherry also shares her insights into keeping the circle vital, techniques for proper email etiquette, suggestions for how to build a cyber altar, as well as steps to prepare for and conduct meaningful rituals online. From privacy to practice, software to Sabbat rituals, McSherry offers a wealth of resources, including organizational tips, and a glossary of more than 200 pagan and technological terms.

Witchcraft

Witchcraft Author : Craig Hawkins
Release : 1996-06-01
Publisher : Baker Books
ISBN : 1441236708
File Size : 41.81 MB
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This introduction to contemporary witchcraft and neopaganism shows you what witches themselves say they believe, what the Bible says about witchcraft, and philosophical holes in the worldview of witches.

Wicca and Witchcraft For Dummies

Wicca and Witchcraft For Dummies Author : Diane Smith
Release : 2011-05-09
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 1118070011
File Size : 28.23 MB
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Examines Wiccan magic, rituals, traditions, and code of conduct Get the scoop on this ancient spiritual path Wondering what it takes to be a Wiccan? This plain-English guide introduces you to the vibrant world of Wicca and the practices of Witchcraft, describing its ancient origins, dispelling stereotypes, and explaining Wiccan beliefs, ethics, rituals, and holidays. You'll see what it means to live as a contemporary Wiccan -- and how to worship alone or with a group. Discover how to * Worship alone or join a coven * Perform charms, blessings, and spells * Obtain necessary tools and supplies * Spot spiritual scams and inappropriate behavior * Explore a spiritual path guided by nature

Traditional Wicca

Traditional Wicca Author : Thorn Mooney
Release : 2018-07-08
Publisher : Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN : 0738755206
File Size : 36.28 MB
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A Down-to-Earth Guide to Traditional Wicca While there are many powerful variations of contemporary Witchcraft, traditional Wicca offers unique experiences for those who seek it out. This book explores structured, coven-based styles of Wicca, in which the practitioners typically trace initiatory lineages back to Wicca's early founders. Discussing covens, initiations, lineages, practices, ethics, and more, Traditional Wicca shares tips and ideas on how to get the most from this profound approach to Witchcraft. Discover how to recognize healthy, reputable covens. Learn how to navigate the process of asking for training and succeeding in an outer court. Explore the spiritual strength of lineages, hierarchies, and initiation. This book also includes contributions from several practitioners, providing valuable first-person perspectives on what it's like to be on the traditional Wiccan path. Praise : "Like the bristles of a besom, Thorn Mooney's Traditional Wicca sweeps through the subject of Witchcraft removing the dust and dirt of ignorance and prejudice to reveal the true heart of Wicca. Thorn writes with obvious sincerity, with feeling, and from experience. Her book covers everything from defining Witchcraft, through the workings of a coven, to actual initiation and beyond. She warns that Wicca is not for everyone and—I am personally delighted to see—includes a chapter on recognizing 'Red Flags' when first contacting others...especially those who might claim to be more than they actually are. This book is the quintessential guide for the true, sincere seeker."—Raymond Buckland, author of Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft "Traditional Wicca is a unique and important book. It's amazing to me that in over 70 years of publishing on the subject of Wicca, nothing like this book has ever been written! I'm kind of jealous I didn't think to write it myself. The chapter on initiation is, by itself, worth the cover price. If you want to understand what people mean by 'traditional Wicca,' whether or not you're seeking it, this is the one book you must read."—Deborah Lipp, Wiccan high priestess and author of Merry Meet Again "Traditional Wicca is a topic that few actually understand despite its long and distinguished history. With passion and skill, Thorn delivers a book that many familiar with Wicca will wish they had had when they were studying it, and those who find themselves on the path for the first time will rejoice at having found. Whether you intend to seek initiation or not, this book is full of valuable gems that will enhance any practice at any level. Traditional Wicca is an all-inclusive tour through the history, practices, and lore of traditional Wicca that weaves voices from all over the tradition and challenges everything you think you know about it."—Devin Hunter, author of The Witch's Book of Power "A masterful gem of insight and wisdom,Traditional Wicca reveals the time-honored practices of initiatory Wicca, thought all but lost by many, but hidden like so many occult secrets in plain sight. Drawing a clear and respectful distinction between eclectic Wicca and its older more traditional sibling, Thorn Mooney takes us on a personal journey exploring the powers and the pitfalls of the initiatory inner court, revealing the persistence of a thriving and dynamic Craft that is at once orthopraxic and changing, traditional and experimental. With practical advice for the seeker, peppered with personal anecdotes from several practitioners and initiates alike, this book is a much-needed map...Highly recommended."—Storm Faerywolf, author of Betwixt and Between

Witchcraft

Witchcraft Author : Craig S. Hawkins
Release : 1996
Publisher : Baker Publishing Group
ISBN : 9780801053825
File Size : 57.10 MB
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Presents an introduction to witchcraft and discusses biblical studies and philosophical arguments in assessing witchcraft and neopaganism

The Soliltary Wiccan's Bible

The Soliltary Wiccan's Bible Author : Gavin Frost
Release : 2004-11-01
Publisher : Weiser Books
ISBN : 9781578633135
File Size : 38.38 MB
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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.

Wicca For Beginners

Wicca For Beginners Author : Arin Corvinus
Release : 2020-01-15
Publisher :
ISBN : 9783907269503
File Size : 59.75 MB
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Wicca For Beginners is a practical handbook for anyone looking to learn more about this fascinating nature-based religion. This book covers a broad introduction of the history and principles of Wicca and provides you with actionable guidelines to start Wiccan Magick and even craft your own spells.

Advanced Wicca

Advanced Wicca Author : Patricia Telesco
Release : 2000
Publisher : Citadel Press
ISBN : 9780806521374
File Size : 51.53 MB
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"Advanced Wicca" brings readers to a higher level of awareness, insight, clarity, responsibility, faith, manifestation, and powerful success--far beyond training found in Wicca 101.

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft, 3rd Edition

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft, 3rd Edition Author : Denise Zimmerman
Release : 2006-08-01
Publisher : Penguin
ISBN : 1101097493
File Size : 42.84 MB
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An invaluable resource for beginners and adepts alike, this best-selling and frequently recommended book on Wiccan magic and witchcraft has been updated and revised, now featuring a Year-and-a-Day calendar for the solitaire who is beginning to explore Wicca on his or her own. Loads of new spells New for this edition: A Year-and-a-Day calendar; Expanded information on creating a personal grimoire and book of Shadows, the witch's spell manual and bible.

Seeker's Guide to Learning Wicca

Seeker's Guide to Learning Wicca Author : Amethyst Treleven
Release : 2008
Publisher : Oak and Mistletoe
ISBN : 0980581818
File Size : 73.79 MB
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The Seeker's Guide to Learning Wicca is a comprehensive training program designed especially for solitary Wiccans and Witches in the southern hemisphere. This amazing book helps students learn by introducing interactive tasks that help them understand how to DO Wicca and Witchcraft and not just know about it. It's a complete training program for those who want to work toward their First Degree in Inclusive Wicca and who can't work with a coven for whatever reason. The book is also fully supported by an interactive web site and online community so students experience a deep connection with a real life, working coven.

Inside the Witches' Coven

Inside the Witches' Coven Author : Michael B. Davie
Release : 2000
Publisher : Manor House Pub Incorporated
ISBN : 9780968580349
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Witches, Witchcraft, Wicca: What do they really mean? This book explores the secret world of a Hamilton, Ontario coven.

Wicca's Charm

Wicca's Charm Author : Catherine Sanders
Release : 2009-08-05
Publisher : Image
ISBN : 0307551091
File Size : 42.28 MB
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How Wiccan Spirituality Is Filling a Spiritual Hunger in America Hundreds of thousands of people practice Wicca and other forms of modern Pagan spirituality in America today, and journalist Catherine Edwards Sanders wanted to understand why such belief systems are rapidly attracting followers. When a routine magazine assignment led her to realize that her stereotype of Wiccans as eccentric spiritual outsiders was embarrassingly misinformed, her curiosity compelled her to understand the Wiccan mystique. With the support of a journalism fellowship, Sanders spent a year interviewing neo-Pagans and witches and found that the lure of this emerging spirituality was not the occult, but rather a search for meaning in an increasingly fragmented and materialistic culture. With keen observation, challenging insight, and compassionate critique, Sanders produces a lively narrative about what she experienced and discovered during her travels: Halloween rituals in Salem, anti-globalization protests in New York, and the contrasts between what seekers find in neo-Paganism that they perceive as lacking in Christian tradition. In Wicca’s Charm, Sanders explains the powerful attraction of an increasingly mainstream spirituality that celebrates the wonder of creation and the life-giving energy of women while also exploring why Christian churches often fail to engage these seekers, but how they can learn to tap into the deep roots of Christianity to nourish the hunger of so many who seek a holistic and authentic worship experience.

Wicca For Beginners

Wicca For Beginners Author : Serra Night
Release : 2020-01-06
Publisher :
ISBN : 9781951764524
File Size : 81.82 MB
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If you are looking for a practical and complete guide to master the art of Wicca to improve every area of your life, then get this book.

Wicca: A Modern Practitioner's Guide

Wicca: A Modern Practitioner's Guide Author : Arin Murphy-Hiscock
Release : 2019-08-13
Publisher : Adams Media
ISBN : 1507210744
File Size : 44.74 MB
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Go beyond the basics of witchcraft and take your study of wicca to the next level: everything you need to know to have a deeper understanding of wicca, its teachings, and the meaning behind its rituals and practices. You’ve bought your crystals and cast your basic spells, planted your herb garden and smudged your home—now what? Wicca: A Modern Practitioner’s Guide takes you beyond the trendy witchy basics to the deeper roots the practice, with explanations of the traditions, beliefs, and rituals that make up the wiccan religion. Learn about Solitary Wicca, which teaches you how to practice wicca—whether you work with a coven or practice alone—and goes beyond the “how” of different practices to explore the “why”: for example, when should you create a sacred space rather than cast a circle? How and why do you purify yourself before a ritual? What is grounding, and why is it important for you to ground yourself before doing spellwork? For those who seek them, Wicca has all the answers.

Wicca and the Christian Heritage

Wicca and the Christian Heritage Author : Joanne Pearson
Release : 2007-05-03
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 1134524277
File Size : 31.22 MB
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What is Wicca? Is it witchcraft, Paganism, occultism, esotericism, magic, spirituality, mysticism, nature religion, secrecy, gnosis, the exotic or 'other'? Wicca has been defined by and explored within all these contexts over the past thirty years by anthropologists, sociologists and historians, but there has been a tendency to sublimate and negate the role of Christianity in Wicca's historical and contemporary contexts. Joanne Pearson 'prowls the borderlands of Christianity' to uncover the untold history of Wicca. Exploring the problematic nature of the Wiccan claim of marginality, it contains a groundbreaking analysis of themes in Christian traditions that are inherent in the development of contemporary Wicca. These focus on the accusations which have been levelled against Catholisicm, heterodoxy and witchcraft throughout history: ritual, deviant sexuality and magic.

Way of Wicca

Way of Wicca Author : Vivianne Crowley
Release : 2001
Publisher : HarperThorsons
ISBN : 9780007110223
File Size : 53.42 MB
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Following on from First Directions .. this new series provides a more in-depth, sophisticated introduction. An introductory Guide to Wicca, exploring all the fundamental issues of this path.

Materializing Religion

Materializing Religion Author : Elisabeth Arweck
Release : 2006
Publisher : Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN : 9780754650942
File Size : 88.47 MB
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The material symbol has become central to understanding religion in late modernity. This book explores the lived experience of religion through its material expressions. Cutting across cultures, senses, disciplines and faiths, and including chapters on music, architecture, festivals, ritual, artifacts, dance, dress and magic, this book offers an invaluable resource to students of sociology and anthropology of religion, art, culture, history, liturgy, theories of late modern culture, and religious studies.

Philosophy of Wicca

Philosophy of Wicca Author : Amber Laine Fisher
Release : 2002
Publisher : E C W Press
ISBN :
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Wicca has between 3 and 5 million adherents in America alone, and continues to grow. While many books focus on spells and magic, few have addressed the philosophical underpinnings of nature-based faiths. This book fills this need, providing an overview of the religion's key concepts and exploring Wicca's place within a predominantly Christian society. This is also a practical book, delving into the many problems that plague the Wiccan community, providing real solutions by using Wiccan philosophy to confront common, daily obstacles.