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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2004

    Not a step-by-step handbook, which makes it better!

    Although it might be tedious for an eager new-comer to get through this book, I thought that it enriched my knowledge of Wicca and witchcraft by allowing me to look at both aspects of my belief in a different way. So many other books in the 'witch genre' are basically step-by-step manuals on how to turn yourself into a witch. And those are all well and good, because they spark an introductory interest in the craft for many followers, but they don't capture the true spiritual transformation that you can make if you look beneath the unexplained directions that run rampant in so many other works. This one not only brings the spiritual aspect of witchcraft to life, but it also challenges some of the oldest Wiccan tenets to give the reader a new, interesting, and profoundly thought-provoking view on what witchcraft and Wicca can truly be to its followers. Most importantly, it brings the Goddess to life where before She would have been just an unexplored cornerstone to religion. In this book, She is rightly portrayed as an integral part to self-understanding. Superb thoughts, and I only wish I had the chance to meet the author and discuss her beliefs in person.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2004

    Not just for those interested in spellcasting

    Witch Crafting is a book that is profound in its ability to open one's eyes to the beauty of everyday events that can enlighten one's outlook. I read this book two years ago when studying with the professor that Curott studied with during her days in college and return to it not only as a refresher of rituals but also as a refreshing outlook.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2004

    Great book for both beginners and more advanced practitioners!

    This is one of the best books I've seen on this subject because it gives you the 'how' and the 'why'. Very informative and enlightening.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2012

    Highly Recommended - A Must HAVE!!

    Absolutely an Awesome book! I read this book Daily!! Written Extremely well, easy to understand and use!! Totally a MUST have!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2003

    awsome

    i love this book it gives a lot of information about becoming a witch and how to pratice magick.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2002

    WONDERFUL

    I think it was Wonderful and Helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2002

    A Masterpiece

    This book will certainly outlast them all. The mystery behind witchcraft has finally been ripped off, and this book is certainly much better than the vast majority of books currently on the market. This is even more complete--and above all, easier to understand--than even Witch's Bible. Get this book! It will go down as the best.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2001

    It's totally bewitching

    This book gives great insight into the workings of the magickal world. I would recommend this book to any begginer or even a well accomplished witch as a good source of information of the arts.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2001

    Truely Spectacullar

    I have read dozens of books on Wicca and Withcraft and am myself a practitioner. This book really tells why! Many books will tell you do this stand here,say this, but this book tells...really tells why and how. And even goes on to scientific reasoning on a Quantum level, but don't get me wrong this book is easy reading and unstandable. It is truely the best book on the subject.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2001

    Groundbreaking Primer on Wiccan Theology

    In her best selling memoir, ¿Book of Shadows¿, Phyllis Curott took us along on her spiritual journey towards initiation in a Witches¿ coven. In her new book ¿Witch Crafting¿ Curott, a world-renowned Wiccan High Priestess and co-founder of the Religious Liberties Lawyers Network, further lifts the veil on Witchcraft, one of the fastest growing religions in the United States. Curott goes beyond the ¿how-to¿ of so many books on the Craft and thoroughly explains the ¿why-do.¿ She tackles serious issues of theology and ethics of Wicca and, urging the abandonment of recently adopted dogma, Curott proposes new definitions and ethical standards that harmonize with the tenets of the religion Wicca. With substantial theological explanations and exercises for both newcomers and experienced practitioners, Curott shows how one can use the shamanic techniques of Witchcraft to make magic in harmony with the natural world. This groundbreaking primer on Wiccan theology is now required reading for all my new students. As Janet Farrar states on the back cover, ¿Witch Crafting¿ is ¿destined to be a classic.¿

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