A Wiccan Bible: Exploring the Mysteries of the Craft from Birth to Summerland

A Wiccan Bible: Exploring the Mysteries of the Craft from Birth to Summerland

by A.J. Drew
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Wiccan Bible: Exploring the Mysteries of the Craft from Birth to Summerland 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
CynthiaSueLarson More than 1 year ago
A WICCAN BIBLE provides readers with a means to fully appreciate the many sacred aspects of Wicca. All eight Wiccan solar holidays, or Sabbats, are described in detail, as are the principles of Wiccan belief. Author A.J. Drew weaves ancient myths and stories together with modern science, giving A WICCAN BIBLE a feeling of being simultaneously old and new. Never before has a Wiccan book presented such a crystal-clear overview of the religion that it can provide readers with sufficient information and inspiration to immediately begin practicing the Wiccan faith. I love the way A WICCAN BIBLE provides questions that help readers decide for themselves whether or not this religion is best suited for them, while never pushing religious dogma or routine. Wicca, after all, is a very personal religion. I especially enjoyed the way Drew discusses the importance of knowing the difference between kith and kin for both our human and animal companions, since much confusion can be avoided when we recognize the importance of those we share our energy with every day. We can appreciate the energies of those we live with every day differently than the way we work with the energies of those we love who do not live with us, such as spirits and animal totems. A WICCAN BIBLE ought to be required reading for anyone seeking a better understanding of Wicca, as well as all those Wiccans who would appreciate seeing one person's very thorough personal interpretation of the Wiccan faith.
onyx13 More than 1 year ago
This book was just about as hard to read as the Christian Bible is!
But like it I read this. It was ok, and give you alot of information, but this isn't something for someone who is just courious to the craft. No it's more like for a Witch who knows what she is reading.
Good book though.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Andrew has written yet another basic introductory book. You'd think after the other three entry level Wicca books he's written he'd have advanced somewhat. Unfortunately this does not seem to be the same. There is nothing new or profound in this book, and unless you have forgotten the wheel of the year (information which is available in hundreds of other books and online), there is no real reason to buy this book. Unless of course you are a complete novice to Wicca and you're unable to find a much better intro book such as Scott Cunningham's books. It's sad A.J.'s books haven't grown and have stayed so basic and introductory as Wicca continues to mature. The same basic introduction to Wicca that is in this book is in his other intro books. Maybe he doesn't like reaearching for new material?
Cherrywood More than 1 year ago
BEST BIBLE IN TOWN GOOD FOR GETTING THE TRUTH ABOUT THE WICCIAN WAY JUST HAD TO HAVE THIS BIBLE THANK YOU BARNES and NOBLE!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book nearly scared me away from wicca 5 year's ago, but silver ravenwolf and scott Cunningham reignited my interest after I got rid of this nightmare. it was written poorly, rambled on and bored me, I was only able to focus when I'd realized the author had strayed off. I'm glad I got rid of this book, as a Wiccan of 5 yrs, please don't waste your time and money!!! Go read Silver ravenwolf,Phyllis Curot, Scott Cunningham, or my all time favorite Christopher Penczak!!!!
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THe book is a good introduction into the spirituality. It does ramble off and sometimes gets lost in places. But it als focuses on main parts of the different sabbats and clearly explains them. I recommend this to anyone beginning or curious.
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This guy is no longer a wiccan and changed his name so he is not associated with his earlier works I wouldn't waste the money on something the author doesn't believe in. Also I didn't like what little I did read.