Wild Earth Wild Soul, by Bill Pfeiffer
Imagine a nature-based culture so alive and so connected spreading like wildfire. This book is the match! Humankind has the capacity and know-how to create Earth-honoring cultures in a new way for new times. Through tapping into ancestral memories, taking what's best from the human potential movement, and collaborating with present day indigenous peoples we can find our way home. Practicing the key ingredients of a lasting culture is an ecstatic way to live. This book shows you how.
Identity and the Quartered Circle; Studies in Applied Wicca, by Dorothy Abrams
Who are you? Why are you here? Enter Wiccan sacred space where the magical answers reside in the Quartered Circle. Identity and The Quartered Circle is an eclectic Wiccan discussion of the search for identity through the power of a cast circle and the four directions. The book defines the Circle as a container for magic. A chapter on psychological identity follows. From casting a circle to meeting the Elementals and winged spirits of faerie, the author leads the reader on a personal journey in consciousness. At its conclusion we can speak intelligently of merger with the Gods and Oneness and the reader can answer the big four questions: Who Am I, Why am I here, Where did I come from and Where am I going?
Lives of the Apostates by Eric O. Scott
Trapped between study and belief, can Lou the Wiccan find the strength to stand up for himself and his ideals? In a Midwest college town, a Wiccan student named Lou finds himself forced into taking a History of Christian Thought class from a religion professor who spends his weekends preaching at the local Baptist church. Between shifts as a caretaker for mentally handicapped men Lou calls "the boys," he confronts his professor's story of Christian triumph with increasing anger. As tensions escalate, he turns to his roommate, a fellow Pagan with the unfortunate nickname of Grimey, and his coven-mate and crush, Lucy, for support. But Grimey is dealing with his own problems hiding his faith from his mother. In the course of a single night, the world collapses for Grimey and one of Lou's boys, and Lou finds himself standing up for himself and his beliefs.
Grimoire of a Kitchen Witch; An essential guide to Witchcraft, By Rachel Patterson
A personal and all encompassing guide to what it is to be a Witch, how to live and work within the Craft. This book is essentially a Book of Shadows, a Kitchen Witch’s Grimoire. It covers what it means to be a Witch, how a Witch works, what a Witch does and how a Witch celebrates the turning of the seasons. It is packed full of information about all sorts of subjects from a breakdown of rituals and magical tools to reading auras and rites of passage, along with meditations, recipes for oils, incenses and spells and a huge amount of crafts to make for each Sabbat. The information herein does not follow any strict tradition; it is a personal interpretation of witchcraft melding together different experiences. Magic and the Craft are fluid and flexible, it is ever changing and we are ever learning.
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