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The author of the book: Marian Singer
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Edition: Everything
Date of issue: September 1st 2002
ISBN: 1580627250
ISBN 13: 9781580627252
Language: English
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Everything Wicca Witchcraft
PLOT: This is like an encyclopedia for anyone that's interested in learning more about Wicca and witchcraft. It tells about the history, the special days that Wiccan's celebrate, the 4 elements, the animal kingdom, minerals, and plants and how they relate to spells and the roles they play. We also learn about the rituals and the tools witches use to perform the rituals. It also goes into astrology and numerology spells themselves, and sacred magical places. As well as how to prepare your own sacred space. And a whole lot more. This is the ultimate guide to understanding witchcraft!

MY THOUGHTS: I LOVED I! This was so fascinating! I ate it up and studied it like I was preparing for an exam. This book was like opening a unknown, secret, door into a world you think you know about (and it feels familiar ) because of what we've seen in books and television and movies. But do you really know about all the treasures that lie behind this opening? It's akin to when Jack opens the tree-shaped door leading to Christmas Town and is filled with wonder. That's the feeling I got as I went from page to page. I've always thought it ridiculous and absurd when people would condemn Halloween for its misconceptions. "Witchcraft" isn't an evil word. It isn't a ugly word. It isn't a fearful word. Witches are people that just happen to have different (and sometimes similar based) beliefs, customs, and traditions. Period! They live their lives in a very harmonious way that's enhanced by their love of nature and the connection to things of the Earth. As the book points out, yes there are some that practice dark magic, but then there are also corrupt pastors, ministers and people in this world who masquerade to be "good" but inside them is more darkness and evil than even people's derogatory association with witches hold. Everyone might not be ready for this book. There are a lot of abstract concepts in it that will call up beings that you've thought were fiction and make them seem as real as anything else. Elemental beings such gnomes, sylphs, salamanders, and undines. I however have an open mind and what better time to dig into a book titled Everything Wicca and Witchcraft than the month of October. And I found it captivating. So captivating that I read it slower trying to just let all the information it presented sink into my mental. This book was enlightening and insightful . It just blows my mind that people that are supposed to be "Godly" can sometimes hold the biggest prejudices. Although as the book states there's always going to be bad among the good. From what I've read and believe witch's mainly were healers and nurtures of the earth. Yet for practicing their own personal beliefs and customs how were they treated? These innocent, peaceful, magikal's were hung, tortured, and burned to death. Just thinking about how narrow-minded "good Christian" people can be makes me ANGRY! Some of it even with as open a mind as I have taking this in just was a stretch for me to even conceive as possible. Such as the existence of fairies (raises eyebrow) Spirits yes. Ancestor's maybe. Angels yes. I was once told mine was Imanu. Elementals? Ummm. But Fairies? And the section that talks about them sounds like it was lifted from a merge of media which includes tv shows and cartoons. Or am I again relating to the winged things and little men that we see as lawn ornaments painted in my head by media and that they know as fairies and gnomes (etc) are outside of the realm of what we as non-witches perceive them to be. Some of their beliefs can be applied to us as mortals. The books speaks of the importance of having a sacred space to perform their rituals. This can also apply to us as everyone needs a place where they can feel centered, focused, and comfortable. They also emphasized prayer, and giving themselves positive affirmations in order for their spells to be cast more efficiently. I also saw surprisingly things that I connected with things I saw used in movies and television confirming that this wasn't just the imagination of the producers and that it was based on actual rituals. For example, The Craft's specific scene of the importance of calling the corners. And the term "mana" which I learned is what's referred to as the fifth element (spirit). And it goes into the tools that we see that aren't just "tv fiction" such as grimoires', athemes, wands, etc. I learned personal things about myself. Such as I learned that we all have a power element and a personality element. My power element is fire. (No surprise there). I love warm settings! As for my personality element it said reading and writing for Air people. But the rest of the descriptions didn't fit me. I was more drawn to "Water Person" and I think I took a quiz once that described me as such. So that's what I'll go with. Talk about opposites hunh. A fire power element and a water personality. Towards the end I felt like it repeated itself a little. Such as there were more than one chapter and mentions of sacred spaces. Some of it I read through quickly (the lists and charts). Towards the end because of its warm invitation reaching out for us (even as non-witches) to join different covens I actually did look into a Wiccan Society and have considered studying it more. As after this I feel a certain interest and connection. It also opened my mind to what magik is. Before I read this I was skeptical about magik. While you'll never find a bigger love of fantasy than me, I seriously doubted that people (real people) could do magik. Magik was something that existed in books and on television. Instantaneous. There was wand waving and sparks flying and effects out of the ordinary. While I liked to dip in the pool of fantasy for some hours I knew the truth. There just simply was NO MAGIK! But I'm starting to see the possibility and that maybe the magic that I thought was magik was simply an illusion. And that maybe real magik had is more than that. Real magik I'm seeing has more to do with belief and intention. And now I find myself wanting to believe in it. And actually wanting to see results of "white magic" manifesting and a casting and a ritual ceremony. I got so much from this book!

RATING 10.


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