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The Good Witch's Guide to Wicked Ways

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2004

    VERY good book for the beginner witch

    This book is a very good book for the beginning witch and is full of good spells and information on how to connect with the divine and even gives you a very simple ritual that inaites you ( and you dont need anyone to help you with it!). And also has a list of magickal names! I highly recomend this to you, except if you already know the basics and a bit beyond then i would not recommend this to you because it might be a waste of money and time reading contence you already have knowledge about.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 2001

    A must-have guide into modern witchcraft and ancient ways

    This is such a great book, much bigger and wiser than it's title suggests - with good solid information on the ways of witchcraft and living with magick on a spiritual level and on a daily basis. The author, Deborah Gray has been living her life as a witch for many years, and it shows, she's been practising since well before the current magickal boom - and the information she gives in this book shows her experience and deep understanding of what magick and the Ancient Craft is all about. Refreshingly this is also not written strictly from the so called 'Wiccan' point of view, it's much broader in it's scope than that, (apparently the author has studied in the old form of learning the Craft - the oral traditon and one on one apprenticeship with a master witch over many years). She debunks quite a few of the confusing myths that about too (yay it's about time too) It's a fascinating read, with great advice on what to look for when looking for teachers or covens and how to approach witchcraft as a solitary practitioner. Yes it has lot's of spells but it also teaches in detail how to formulate your own - as well as giving some unique insights into the power of the spoken work and music etc. I now recommend this book to anyone who wants to know about the Craft.

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