Wicca: A Modern Guide to Witchcraft and Magick
Wicca, paganism, naturalism, witchcraft, magick, goddess worship… all sorts of names are applied to any religious or spiritual belief system that leans more toward communing with nature than leaning on a book of rules or some sort of firmly established hierarchy. But for many, organized religion simply doesn’t create the same level of connection, satisfaction, or resonant experience that Wiccan traditions do, and it’s not like there’s a handbook you can just pick up to get started with more magickal practices.
Or there wasn’t until now.
Harmony Nice’s Wicca: A Modern Guide to Witchcraft and Magick/ offers all sorts of marvelous insights into a world of spiritualism that is what you make of it. Whether you’re looking for a coven or to worship alone, seeking advice on spells or altar building, learning about the various tools and herbs available or simply hoping to find a path that speaks to you, this is an excellent place to start your journey.
Harmony’s work is forever optimistic and open, never judging, and it invites readers of all ages and levels of experience to sample different ways of communing with the natural world. With detailed write-ups on the calendar, holidays, methods, foods, ingredients, techniques, and more, you’re virtually guaranteed to find the perfect jumping-off point for your own witchy/Wiccan/pagan journey to self-confidence, contentment, and spiritual awakening.
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|Page Count||240 pages|
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