The author of over a dozen books, Kate West (United Kingdom), has become the U.K.'s most successful author on Witchcraft. She is the recipient of a Lifetime Contribution to Witchcraft award and has been recognized as the most popular factual writer on Witchcraft by Children of Artemis, the fastest growing Witchcraft organization in the U.K. and Europe. Formerly the Vice President of the Pagan Federation, West remains active in the Wiccan community, speaking at international Witchfests and contributing to magazines. She is High Priestess of the Hearth of Hecate and lives in North Norfolk.
Real Witches Handbookby Kate West, Chris Down
Kate West explores the myths that surround witchcraft, its festivals, beliefs, practices, and folklore. She explains the responsibilities of becoming a witch, and provides all the magical and herbal spells you needfrom charms to help you attract your ideal partner, to healing potions for natural beauty, to affirmations that will help you find empowerment.
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One of my friends gave it to me because she had no use for it! But i absolutly love it! I wish to reccomend this book for anyone who wishes to learn about witchcraft and do spells as well!
I read The Real Witches Handbook over a year ago and it has made a Witch out of me. It was informative and well written. I have read many other Witch Craft books. Yet, I have not found another book that has drawn me in such as this one. There was a brief moment when I went astray. However, once I reread The Real Witches Handbook I was right back on track. I would tell any new comer to check this book out.
I am a witch in training and I have read many many books on the subject. I have to say this has to be the most informative as well as spritual book I have read so far. She left nothing out and there is no fluff to it. Thank you Kate West.
I have read this book and at first I liked it. Half way through it, I knew that this book wasn't for me. As one learning the Craft, the most important thing is to find the RIGHT book for you. And as much as I had originally thought this one was, it wasn't right for me by the time I finished reading it.