Aimed at the New Generation of Witches, those who are practicing or who wishi to practice the Craft on their own--without an in-the-flesh magickal support group--this book presents both the science and religion of Witchcraft.
Throughout the world there is a new generation of Witches -- people practicing or wishing to practice the craft on their own, without a group. This book speaks to those people, presenting both the science and religion of Witchcraft, allowing them to become active participants while growing at their own pace. Celebrate the Sabbats, design a sacred space, visualize the God and Goddess, perform rituals and more.
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Reviewed by Michael Ross from Paarl, South Africa on 31 January 2008
25 of 53 people found the following review helpful:
Is it just me or does RavenWolf have an ego and lack some correct information?
A lot of misinformation, incorrect phrasing and misleading contradictions are ladled quite thoroughly through this book.
I came across the biggest knee-slapper ever on Page 90, Stocking Your Magickal Cabinet:
"The athame stands for intellect, right thinking, and calculation. I do not use mine very often..."
With all the inaccuracies and ego pumped into it, I won't recommend this to anyone, no less a beginner.