The Complete Idiot's Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft MOBI

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft This guide offers a beginner s look at the history of paganism, Wicca, and witchcraft, from the Druids and Celts to the witches of today who practice an earth based religion, cast spells, and perform natural magic The book, written by a practicing witch, reveals details of the witches Sabbaths, ceremonies, and altars

10 thoughts on “The Complete Idiot's Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft

  1. Tempest Tempest says:

    This book seems to hit 50 50 with most people I know It s simple, a lot of people say too simple, and the bottom line for me is that if someone picked it up to understand what I believe in, I would be ok with that It has some good basics in it and the best advice it gives is to readon Wicca There isn t anything in it that I hate, and it has a lot of safety advice I m not sure exactly why so many people dislike this book, I wouldn t cal

  2. Artemis Artemis says:

    When I first got this book years ago I thought it was a really good addition to my library However my opinion about has changed Whoever wrote this book doesn t actually carry a lot of knowledge on the history of witchcraft This book is very Wicca There are multiple errors and instead of being filled with research the author gives personal, VERY subjective opinion That being said, the book contains a lot of information on multiple subjects

  3. Mysticpaganwitch Mysticpaganwitch says:

    Lots of information, not a bad book but I can t seem to be able to take The Complete Idiots Guide series seriously really Especially about Witchcraft although I m sure everything in it is correct May be better off with Kate West.

  4. Colby Rice Colby Rice says:

    This is a really awesome and basic introduction to the world of Wicca and Witchcraft It provided a very solid foundation for the assassin witch series I m currently writing HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

  5. Bladestryke Bladestryke says:

    average at best it does have a lot of good points but can be long and drawn out especially in the section of astrology a good source for finding info in other books of the same kind.

  6. Claudia Loureiro Claudia Loureiro says:

    It has information on the history of Witchcraft as well as spells, info on faeries etc It has so much info you d think it d be hard to take in but its set out in an easy to read way.Sometimes the layout can seem like its not being taken seriously, apart from that i d say this book is brilliant.Very good for beginners as it doesn t mislead and its not to heavy, and OK forexperienced people because its full of information.

  7. Paula Cristina Torres Paula Cristina Torres says:

    Fairly simple and introductory, in its best meaning, but it fell short on aspects I wanted a deeper understanding on However, the chapters are quite well organized and separated and it helps make things easier for us begginers Also, i personally feel that it doesn t make a clear differentiation between the religion and the craft, but maybe it was a perception also taking into the account the title of the book.

  8. Pornpawee Pornpawee says:

    Ok so first up I m not a Wicca and is interested and want to try witchcraft I bought this book and I ve read it for like a week or two then I realized that it s too Wicca if that makes sense It barely talks about how other religions can become a witch It just gives a vibe that the author wants us to be Wicca.

  9. Jo Jo says:

    It s good basic information, but no real practical steps to actually start practicing As with any book on witchcraft and Wicca, take the history section with a fistful of salt I did find some minor errors Asatru is named as a Wiccan tradition It s not It s part of Heathenry.

  10. Jeni Jeni says:

    Very informative and absolutely fascinating

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