What makes this book unique? The world of the gray witch has been largely avoided, misrepresented, or glossed over with various books geared gingerly towards ‘protection magic’. These books, though informative and well written as they may be, have totally missed the spirit of the gray witch – who she really is, how she relates to the world of shadow and light, and exactly what she’s willing to do to stand her ground. In our society ‘dark’ is automatically viewed as ‘evil’; and ‘light’ is automatically viewed as ‘good’. We’re expected to live completely within one realm and to totally avoid the other. This creates imbalance and is a great injustice to the true spirit of the ancient wise woman. This book puts matters to right and gives the public a view of just what the gray witch is – and what she isn’t. The gray witch does not live in a world of chaos or unbridled black magic. She has a code of honor, a sense of propriety, and a relevance in today’s society.
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This book by Amythyst Raine is for the confidant witch. She talks of spells that Glenda the good witch would never talk about, much less do. But she makes a convincing argument of how we are not always to live in the light and not always live in the dark because as a witch we do not see dark as bad like other religions. I think this book is not for the newbie to the pagan faiths but someone that is more grounded in what they are doing. I like that she talks about a subject that not many others touch. Being the Grey witch is about more balance in your craft. I do believe the Ms. Raine gives a good argument for that.