|Natural Magic by Valiente, Doreen. A practical treatise revealing the magic inherent in human life and nature, shows that magic can be for everyone. Both those who are new to the practice of magic and those with experience will find it to be delightful reading and an informative handbook for use in daily life. Tap the magic: *herbs and flowers *amulets and talismans *water, air, earth, and fire *card reading *numbers and colors *weather predicting *love relationships *traditional spells *and much more Paperback, 184 pages $11.50|
Book Of Living & Dying by Starhawk. Birth, growth, death, and rebirth
are a cycle that forms the underlying order of the universe. This is the
core of Pagan belief - and the heart of this unique resource guide to death
and process of dying. Filled with encourgement, strength, and inspiration,
an invaluable source of both spiritual counsel and very practical tools
and techniques. Death, like birth, is a doorway - another stage in the cycle
of life. It will enhance the spiritual beliefs of readers of any faith and
help each of us learn to welcome the change and renewal that awaits us on
the other side of life. Paperback, 345 pages.
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|Pagan Path by Farrar/Bone. It has often been stated that Paganism is the fastest growing religion in the world. This books helps to answer why. As a result of many years of research with pagans throughout the world, the authors have compiled an extensive work on paganism today. Chapters include: The Ancient Roots, Healing, The Modern Rebirth, Pagans in the Community, Pagan Families, God & Goddess Forms, Paganism & Sex, No Place for Satan, Paganism & Christianity, Magic & Divination, Questions & Answers, and more. As well as a large section on the results of their worldwide survey of pagans. Softcover, 241 pgs.|
|Power of the Witch by Cabot, Laurie. If you don't read another book on the Craft, read this one! "Power of the Witch" gives an excellent overview of this positive spiritual path, going into plenty of depth on the history, practices, and scientific basis for the Craft and dispelling the disinformation that has been spread about its followers. Laurie Cabot's explanations are clear for those with no background in Witchcraft, but are still fluff-free and chock-full of information for those sincerely seeking the roots behind this belief system. Paperback, 310 pgs.|
|Practical Solitary Magic by Watson, Nancy. Many students of magic don't want to be tied to a particular group or tradition, but prefer to search, experiment, and grow on their own. Here, at last, is an eminently sane and readable handbook that gives not only the how, but the why and wherefore, of the materials and methods of the solitary magician. Oracle divination, numerology, and magical incantation; visualization, clearing, and prayer; archetypes, elementals, and god-forms - all come to life with Watson's pragmatic analysis. She closes with a careful warning to her readers to avoid all those who would attempt to "re-mystify" the craft. Paperback, 236 pgs.|
by McCoy, Edain. Mark the passing of time & honor each season with sacred
ritual & seasonal craftwork, ancient stories & traditional treats.
Create a colorful mask for Samhain, make a honey cake for Imbolg, fashion
a chaplet of flowers for Bealtaine, bake a Brigids Blackberry pie
for Lughnasadh, even accompany your sabbat festivities with music from eight
traditional musical scores -- its easy with this book as your guide.
Softcover, 355 pgs.
|Secrets of Modern Witchcraft Revealed by Lady Sabrina. This book presents accurate & useful information on witchcraft as a magickal art or science, not as something to be feared. It reveals how to conduct ceremonies & rituals & how to cast spells for love, money, personal success, & renewed health. It also teaches how to reconnect with nature & the powers of the universe. In addition to describing the magickal arts, the book provides practical, hands-on advice about how to make magick work. Softcover, 274 pgs. 12.95|
|Spells & How They Work by Farrar. The authors discuss the principles underlying all spells & explain why a successful spell is usually composed of three elements: intent, visualization, & willpower. The book covers all aspects of spell-making -- including psychic self-defense, sex magic, cabalistic magic, & talismans. There is a generous collection of actual spells, past & present, drawn from history, literature, folklore, old grimoires, & the 20 years experience of the authors. Spells of love, healing, weather, & binding combine in this unique addition to the literature on magical working. Softcover, 191 pgs.|
|Spiral Dance by Starhawk. The 20th anniversary edition celebrates the pivotal role the book has had in bringing Goddess worship to the religious forefront. This bestselling classic is both an unparalleled reference on the practices & philosophies of Witchcraft & a guide to the life-affirming ways in which readers can turn to the Goddess to deepen their sense of personal pride, develop their inner power, & integrate mind, body & spirit. Starhawk's brilliant, comprehensive overview of the growth, suppression, & modern-day reemergence of Wicca as a Goddess worshipping religion has left an indelible mark on the feminist spiritual consciousness. Softcover, 326 pgs.|
|Teen Witch by Silver Ravenwolf, one of today's most popular Wiccan writers, gives you your own handbook on what it takes and what it means to be a real Witch - principles of belief, traditions, symbols, holidays, rituals and more. From vital background information on the Craft to spells for homework and dating, this book contains everything you need to become a pentacle-wearing, spell-casting, completely authentic Witch.|
|To Light A Sacred Flame by SilverRavenwolf. Dozens of spiritual and magickal practices that are grounded in the Divine. Start out by learning the ten secrets to lighting your own sacred flame, then explore the arts of: *trance states and suggestions *glamouries *spiritual housecleaning, banishings and blessings *shrines *elementals *healing circles *solitary, group, family and master rituals as well as much more. Paperback, 292 pages.|
|To Ride A Silver Broomstick by Silver Ravenwolf. Both the science and religion of Witchcraft so you can become an active participant while growing at your own pace. This book is ideal for anyone, regardless of religious background: male or female, beginners or initiates. This book leads you step-by-step through the various lessons with exercises and journal writing assignments. This is the complete Witchcraft 101, and when you are finished with this course, you can be accepted within most magickal circles as a practicing Witch, without the political necessity of a title or a degree. Paperback, 282 pages plus 3 appendixes.|
|To Stir A Magick Cauldron by Silver Ravenwolf. Let Silver help you rediscover the Divine within the Natural world, and teach you the spiritual and magickal practices needed to enjoy all that the bountiful Universe has to offer. You'll soon be casting and conjuring, summoning, stirring, and calling. This indispensable guide is chock-full of Wiccan wisdom, dished out with Silver's down-to-earth warmth and humor. You'll learn: *cauldron magick *spiritual balance *grounding *the robe of the stars *invoking Divinity *casting circles *healing *elemental, herb , Tarot, talismanic and ritual magic and much. much more! Paperback, 287 pgs.|
Magick, Beginner's Guide by Amber K. "Amber K, an experienced practitioner
of Magick. here presents a delightful how-to book on the subject. Her easy-going
style makes it a pleasure to read, yet she covers all the necessary aspects.
She deals mainly with a Wiccan-type magick yet draws many parallels with
other forms such as Amerindian-Shamanism, Huna, Brujeria, and Qabalism.
This is an excellent primer that I have no hesitation in recommending."
-Ray Buckland, Paperback, 220 pages plus 4 appendixes
About Witchcraft Today by Cunningham, Scott. The practice of Wiccan
magic is not evil, it is not supernatural. It is the creation of postive
personal and global change through the natural energies found in each of
us and in the Earth. It is a religion based on harmony with Nature Forces
and all aspects of the Divinity. Cunningham describes: *Folk Magic *The
Goddess Aspect *Using Crystals *Tools of the Witch *Ceremonies *Spells *Herbalism
as well as much more. Paperback, 171 pgs.
Country Wicca by Ryall, Rhiannon. "My reason for writing this book
is because no one from the pre-Gardnerian days has written an account of
the Old Religion of that time. I was taught in the 1940s, before Gerald
Gardner or Alex Sanders had written their books; indeed, I was unaware of
the existence of their writings for many years. I feel now that what I was
taught may be of interest to those involved with present day Wicca, perhaps
simply as a curiosity from long ago, or perhaps with the thought of adopting
some of the rituals of that time." -Rhiannon Ryall. West Country Wicca
is a journal of the Old Religion as lived by Rhiannon Ryall. It includes
recipes, remedies, festivals, rituals and items of interest. Paperback,
|Wicca A-Z by Dunwich, Gerina. Explores the fascinating world of Witchcraft, from ancient legend through present-day Wicca and contemporary Paganism. No aspect of Wicca is overlooked in this remarkably comprehensive book, which features well over 500 entries and numerous illustrations. Here are explanations of all the different traditions, sabbats, and rituals of the Wiccan spiritual path, as well as Wiccan jargon and folklore, amulets and talismans, herbs and gemstones. It will be an invaluable addition to any Wiccan library. Paperback, 195 pgs.|
|Wicca Candle Magick by Dunwich, Gerina Wicca Candle magick reveals the mystical powers of the candle, which has been used throughout the ages as an indispensable tool for setting the proper atmosphere for spellcasting, divination, meditation, banishing darkness, and as a means of communicating with the dead. Section include sacred candle colors of the gods and goddesses, crystals and gemstones, Voudoun candle magick, the making of sacred oils for candle blessing rituals, and an up-to-date alphabetical directory of occult shops and mail order catalogues. Paperback, 191 pgs.|
|Wicca Covens by Harrow, Judy This book is about covens: what they are and what they do, how to find one and how to form one, and some of the isues covens will face. The author offers her twenty years' experience as a Witch and seventeen years as High Priestess, along with the insights of more than thirty coven leaders of many difference traditions. The contemorary revival of Witchcraft is based on coven practice. Witches gather in covens - mutually commited, closely bonded, small groups of Wiccan Initiates, good friends, and family by choice - to worship the Old Gods and follow the Old Ways. Paperback, 280 pgs.|
Handbook by Holland, Eileen. The Wicca Handbook is both a tutorial for
new witches and an exceptionally well-organized reference book for experienced
practitioners. It guides us through the first steps in becoming a witch,
explores many Wiccan year - the eight Sabbats - along with many if its rituals
and ceremonies are examined. You will learn about spell casting, sex magic,
and the techniques used to raise power. With so much information, this is
bound to become a dog-eared favorite in any witch's library. Paperback,
|Wicca Love Spells by Dunwich, Gerina. Love magick, ancient in origin, has been practiced for countless centuries on every continent by every culture in one form or another. Love potions & love spells are two of the most popular & best-known examples of love magick, but there are many other aspects as well, including charms, amulets, talismans, herbs, omens, astrology, palmistry, & the divinary arts, to name just a few. This book is like no other of its kind. It extends far beyond the limits of traditional love spells & presents a magickal journey of love from ancient times to modern times. Softcover, 206 pgs.|
|Wicca Spellbook by Dunwich, Gerina. The Wicca Spellbook is a grimoire of modern Wiccan magick for both novice and seasoned Witches, solitaries and coveners. Within the pages of this book you will find the secrets of spellcraft revealed through easy-to-follow, yet highly powerful, magickal formulas. You will discover how to use your own powers of will and visualization to achieve positive results, and you will also learn how to properly make and use amulets, potions, mojo bags, poppets, and much more. Paperback, 183 pgs.|
|Wicca: Guide for the Solitary Practitioner by Cunningham, Scott. Here is a positive, practical introduction to the religion of Wicca. Wicca as it is today - a gentle, Earth-oriented religion dedicated to the Goddess and God. Wicca is a book of life, and how to live magically, spiritually, and wholly attuned with Nature. It is a book of sense and common sense, not only about Magic, but about religion and some of the most critical issues today. It presents Wicca honestly and clearly, without the psuedo-history that permeates other books. It shows that Wicca is a vital, satisfying part of 21st Century life. Includes the authors Book of Shadows. Softcover, 218 pgs.|
For Families by McArthur, Margie. "Margie McArthur's book is exactly
what is required to fulfill the long-standing need for true family traditions.
This is a treasure-trove of ideas for bringing the whole family into the
festivals and magic of the Old Religion with simple but meaningful rites
and spells, plus special foods, good music, seasonal handicrafts and activites."
-Ed Fitch, author of Magic Rites from the Crystal Well Paperback, 253 pgs.
|Wiccan Book of Ceremonies & Rituals by Telesco, Patricia. Written in a user-friendly manner, this book will make celebrations & events more meaningful & magickal. It shares the history & folklore surrounding each ritual or ceremony in the Wiccan Wheel, then gives information on how to best observe the day with original invocations, prayers, suggested activities, incense, foods & wines, & appropriate apparel & decor. The information is presented in a three-part format: basic concepts of Wiccan ritual; the Wiccan Wheel & major festivals/Sabbats that occur throughout the year; how to make special celebrations & rites of passage more meaningful & personal. Softcover, 191 pgs.|
|Wiccan Magick by Grimassi, Raven Wiccan Magick fully explains the core teachings of Wiccan ceremonial magick to help you breathe new life, power and meaning into your practice. Now you can finally uncover magick's bedrock - the core principles, philosophy, and inner mechanics - and understand fully its connection with Wicca's inner mysteries. If you have practiced only folk magick before now, Wicca Magick will help you take your worings to a deeper, more effective level. Capture its essence, and the sacred wisdom that lies at the root of Wicca's inner teachings, with Wiccan Magick. Paperback, 234 pgs.|
|Wiccan Warrior by Cuhulain, Kerr In the current Wiccan community, many archetypes present themselves: Maidens, MOthers, Crones, Healers, Magacians - but rarely Warriors. Wiccan warrior is the first book to show Pagans how to access the Warrior archetype within. It demonstrates how to follow a path that is essentially the Wiccan Rede in action " An' it harm none, do what thou wilt." Written by a Wiccan police officer and martial artist, Wiccan Warrior combines personal insights and real-life anecdotes with ritual, magick, energy work, meditation, self-examination, and self-discipline. Paperback, 138 pgs.|
|Wiccan Web by Telesco/Knight "Do as you will, but spam none," is the Web Witchs Rede. With over 70 million U.S. households online, the Internet provides the perfect global forum for communication among Pagans. This is the first book to combine computer savvy with magical practices & to embrace the potential of cyberspace as it relates to Pagan spirituality. Computer wizardry at its unabashedly witchy best, this book introduces online basics & also offers protective computer charms & file transfer & recovery spells to keep your system running smoothly. Wiccan Web Netiquette checklist & a glossary of "Wicca-Speak," the secret Internet language of witches, as well as listings of online workshops, Pagan chat rooms, tarot readings, & Web sites offering altar supplies, books on magic, & much more. Softcover, 176 pgs.|
by Savage, Candace. This is the first book to fully trace their wild ride
across the centuries. The witch has always been a figure electric with possibility
&, sometimes, with menace. A legendary shapeshifter, she has recast
her image to fulfill the dreams & nightmares of each passing century.
She is the devouring mother, the vengeful wife, the "possessed"
devil worshipper, the resentful old hag, the high priestess. Yet throughout
her proud & painful history, she has remained shrouded in mystery. In
this intelligent, richly layered & witty text, the author reveals the
many faces of the witch & the changes in her image over the passing
centuries. Fascinating, unsettling, & unexpectedly hopeful, this book
conjures up a horde of intransigent & unforgettable women who, against
all odds, have worked their marvels of resistance & survival. Hardcover,
|Witch Alone by Green, Marian. Many witches do not belong to covens but follow a different, solo branch of our magical heritage, the path of the story-book wizard, the wise woman, the hermit, the folk healer, the druid or the shaman. Working alone, they connect deeply with nature, talk to the trees, follow the patterns of the sun and moon, and feel the changing energies of the year's turning cycle.|
|Witch's Beverages & Brews by Telesco, Patricia. Theres little toil, & no trouble to be found in this tasty book of magickal beverages, plus it has it all. Better still, you need nothing more than whats in your refrigerator or on supermarket shelves to whip up the magick to perfection. No eye of newt anywhere! Alongside the variety of recipes, this book goes on to share the wonderful heritage of beverage making & consumption -- how drinks appeared on altars as gifts to the gods, where toasts come from, & why we pass wine clockwise around the table. All this lore & superstition combines with modern magickal methods to help you design beverages that quench both physical & spiritual thirst completely, while tantalizing your taste buds. Softcover, 221 pgs.|
|Witches' God by Farrar/Farrar Companion volume to The Witches' Goddess, this important work re-establishes the ancient balance between God and Goddess. Part I examines the many concepts of Go, including: *His faces throughout history *the Son/Lover God *the Vegetation God *the War God *the Anti-God *and more Part II takes a close look at 12 individual gods of history with an appropriate invoking ritual for each. Part III is a comprehensive dictionary of over 1000 gods from many world cultures, past and present. Paperback, 257 pgs.|
|Witches' Goddess by Farrar/Farrar This is indeed an important new work by the Farrars providing an in-depth exploration of the goddess in her many aspects at a time when Western culture is awakening to the influence of Feminine Divinity, both individually and collectively. Part I, the myriad faces of the Goddess revealed, including: *Her presence throughout history *Her Earth and Moon symbolism *Her Madonna and Magdalene disguises *Her revelation within the psyche *Her relationship with omen *Her influence today and much more Part II , ritual invocations of the goddess in 13 guises: *from Ishtar to Isis *from Hecate to Aphrodite *from Epona to Ma'at Part III, an alphabetical listing of more than 1,000 Goddesses including a brief history and the main correspondences of each. Paperback, 295 pgs.|
Guide to Faery Folk by McCoy, Edain. A Witch's Guide to Faery Folk tells
you what you need to know in order to establish a strong working relationship
with the faery folk, beginning with faery mythology and faeryland's place
in the astral realm. Once you are grounded in faery lore, you will learn
the best ways and places to find faeries, to identify helpful and dangerous
faery types, and to work rituals and spells in which faeries can participate
- you will even discover ho to create your own thought-form faery beings
to help you perform many tasks. Expand your magickal workings and discover
a new world of enchantment! With the help of the faery realm, you need never
practice solitary magick again. Paperback, 341 pgs.
|Witchcraft From The Inside by Buckland, Ray. Experience the real action behind the scenes as leading Wiccan spokesman Ray Buckland exposes the quiet, powerful grassroots force behind the growth of Witchcraft in America. Find out why the "religion of the people" is destined to become the popular American alternative to Judaism, Christianity and Buddhism! Paperback, 197 pgs.|
A Magickal Journey by Horne, Fiona. Written by a committed, modern Witch
of thirteen years who is also a journalist, rock singer, television &
radio personality this book delves deep into the intimate secrets &
knowhow of the authors spiritual calling. Revealed are the mysteries
of spellcasting & ritual; how to give yourself a magickal makeover in
just seven days; spells for health, beauty, & love; festivals &
sacred sites; details about the Goddesses, Gods & familiars; cyber sorcery
& making the magick on the net; practical tips for effective urban Witchcraft;
& much more. Part reference book, part personal journey, Fiona Hornes
distinctive, hip, funky style makes this volume enlightening, uplifting
& imbued with her infectious, witchy humor. Hardcover, 358 pgs.
|Witchcraft Theory & Practice by de Angeles, Ly The author, an Australian initiated High Priestess for 29 years & an outspoken advocate of the Craft, has put together a comprehensive manual that sets forth the tenets of Witchcraft, & explains why & how magic works. It includes tried & true methods for developing the magical will, along with religious training, ritual observances, & spellcrafting techniques. It describes unique practices such as fith-fathing, fetching, shapeshifting & glamouring. It also offers a guided ritual for self-initiation. All things come full circle. Reclaim the ancient power that sings within your blood through sacred ritual to the Earth, Moon, Sun & Stars. Softcover, 256 pgs.|
|Witchcraft for Tomorrow by Valiente, Doreen. Doreen Valiente and Gerald Gardner were responsible for bringing Wicca into the twentieth century and, in their books, provide details based on the original ancient traditions, thus retaining the magic and vitality of this old religion. Also included is the 'Book of Shadows' which covers many more formerly secret rites: Casting the Circle; Initiation; Full Moon Rituals; Sabbat Rites; Spells; Invocation of the Goddess and the God; Chants and Dances; and much more. Paperback, 194 pgs.|
Way: Principles, Rituals, Beliefs by Farrar. This book is an essential
text for any student of the Craft. It is the most comprehensive and revealing
work on the practices, rituals and beliefs of modern witchcraft since Gerald
Gardner's influential but unpublished 'Book of Shadows' triggered the revival
movement in the 1950s. The Farrars complete the work begun in Eight Sabbats
for Witches. The Witches' Way gives in full the first, second and third
degree initiation rites, the consecration rites, and the many non-ritual
passages of the of the ' Book of Shadows', with detailed notes and comments.
Hardcover, 329 pgs.
|Write Your Own Magic by Webster, Richard Create the life youve always dreamed about. This book shows you how to use the incredible magical power of words to make your dreams a reality. This guidebook presents the three magic steps essential to manifesting exactly what you want, for dreams both big & small. First, youll learn how to determine your lifes purpose. Next, find out how to write magic that makes your dreams come true in six important areas -- physical, spiritual, mental, financial, social, & intuitive. Softcover, 254 pgs.|
|Your Book of Shadows by Telesco, Patricia Whether you're new to Wicca or an initiate of many years, this is an excellent guide to creating & maintaining a personal book of spells, divination methods, mystical correspondences, meditations, visualizations, modes, mediums, & magickal musings. Using its easy-to-follow workbook format, you'll find out how to make a Book of Shadows that will be beautiful, meaningful, & functional for many years to come. More than that, however, this is a completely useful spellbook in its own right, with excerpts taken form the author's own pages collected over fifteen years of magickal study, research, & practice. 234 pgs.|
|Your Magickal Cat by Dunwich, Gerina. This book is devoted entirely to cats & the mysterious world that is uniquely theirs. Youll learn how cats & paganism have been linked together throughout history, & how the cat has acquired the roles of witchs familiar, deity, omen, healer, shamanic totem, & dream symbol. Also included is astrology for cats & their humans, feline divination, hands-on spells, New Age healing techniques, a list of purr-fect names for your familiar, dozens of cat-oriented proverbs, sources & resources, & much more. Cat lovers are sure to be charmed by the legends, lore, poetry, & illustrations within this loving, extensively researched book. Softcover, 169 pgs.|