All One Wicca: A Study in the Universal Eclectic Tradition of Wicca

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Everything the rational Wiccan needs in one place.

All One Wicca is a complete journey into the religion of Wicca, detailing the history, practices and philosophy of the religion in a stripped down, rational format. Designed for the mature student, All One Wicca contains everything a student of Wicca needs to begin their journey, and valuable information dedicated adherents may enjoy.

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Overview

Everything the rational Wiccan needs in one place.

All One Wicca is a complete journey into the religion of Wicca, detailing the history, practices and philosophy of the religion in a stripped down, rational format. Designed for the mature student, All One Wicca contains everything a student of Wicca needs to begin their journey, and valuable information dedicated adherents may enjoy.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780595202737
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/28/2001
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 5.92 (w) x 9.14 (h) x 1.03 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2001

    A book for the rational Wiccan

    The author, Kaatryn MacMorgan, has written a book for people looking for ethics and spirituality in Wicca. This book is not about the neat tools you get to use or about how many spells that you can add to your BOS. It is not about churning out books to make some money. This book will be unlike any book on Wicca that you have ever read before. If you are interested in making Wicca a part of your life and not just something that you do, then this book is for you.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2001

    Wonderful Guide for Living as a Wiccan

    As a member of the Universal Eclectic Wiccan Tradition, and a student of the first circle, I have found this book invaluable. But it is also extremely useful for all eclectic Wicca practioners. It is a level-headed, and honest guide about living a Wiccan lifestyle, not just collecting tools and calling yourself one. It has a lovely balance between the Wiccan basics, and actual Wiccan ethics. Highly recommended.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2012

    No fluff.

    Really liked this book and MacMorgan's no-nonsense method of practice.

    Guess that's why Llewellyn never picked this one up. :/

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2003

    Not what I was expecting....

    I had this book recommended to me as a basic introductory level book on Wicca, along with Cunningham's Wicca, Ravenwolf's Broomstick and Hutton's Triumph of the Moon. I had to special order it and Triumph of the Moon, and had read the first two by the time it got here. I was expecting another Wicca introduction and found, instead, this tradition-specific intensive study, including contact information for the tradition and a pretty detailed definition of basic Wicca, as well as some good exercises. I was not expecting it to be tradition specific, but if I'd read the subtitle before I ordered it, I would have known that. Okay, with that out of the way, I must say that even though it was tradition-specific I found it the best of the three Wiccan books on my teacher's reading list. Even though I was assigned to review Cunnigham's work to my group, I had to side with my covenmate who reviewed All One Wicca when she made the point that the author is explicit when she states where her tradition deviates from other forms of Wicca. Ravenwolf, on the otherhand, seems to be adding all these things that are not in Cunningham, MacMorgan, Hutton or even Dunwich and McCoy's books, and I was constantly finding myself wondering what came from Wicca and what came from her imagination. I don't find fault with her imagination-she turns a pretty phrase-but I just would've appreciated more distinction. Cunnigham's book also states where it is his belief and Wicca is general, but he talks more about practices than beliefs, just like Ravenwolf talks more about beliefs than practices-I thought this was a good middle of the road between the two. That being said, it is REALLY clear to me, at least, that while Ravenwolf's style is mostly poetic, and Cunnigham's style is like that of a good friend chatting over tea, MacMorgan bears more similarity to the historian (Hutton) than to the others. She is very technical and specific, using a lot of footnotes. In one, for example, she gives the technical definition of an Equinox, which I must say I did not know! The second half or so of the book is dedicated to rituals, appendices and a glossary. I felt these were good, but nothing awe-inspiring. We did, however, use her recipe for lemon cookies for our last full moon and all agreed they were the best! Maybe she should do a cookbook next!

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    Posted April 13, 2009

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