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Amber K
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30 Nov 1998
Here is the complete guidebook for anyone who desires to practice Witchcraft in a caring, challenging, well-organized spiritual support group: a coven. Whether you hope to learn more about this ancient spiritual path … are a coven member wanting more rewarding experiences in your group … are looking for a coven to join, or are thinking of starting one… or are a Wiccan elder gathering proven techniques and fresh ideas … this book is for you. Amber K shares what she as learned about beginning and maintaining healthy covens in her 20 years as a Wiccan priestess. Learn what a coven is, how it works, and how you can make your coven experience more effective, enjoyable and rewarding. Plus, get practical hands-on guidance in the form of sample Articles of Incorporation, internet resources, sample by-laws, and sample budgets. Seventeen ritual scripts are also provided.

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  • Paperback: 528 pages
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications,U.S. (30 Nov 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1567180183
  • ISBN-13: 978-1567180183
  • Product Dimensions: 25 x 17.6 x 2.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 247,559 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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2.0 out of 5 stars Not my favourite, but.... 10 Sep 2003
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This book certainly has some good ideas, but as another viewer remarked - a bit Enid Blyton at times. Much of the book seems to be aimed at "playing at churches". The organisation of the average Wiccan coven is generally not fixed or complex. Usually, the only Coven offices are: High Priest, High Priestess and Coven Maiden. Most Wiccans don't seem to need a "Papal" hierarchy. By referring to clergy, congregation etc., the author seems to be aiming at a commercial operation rather than a nature based, pagan religion. Pity, for, as I said, there are some good suggestions and ideas wrapped up in the verbiage.
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When I first read this book, I was very excited. Other than one other book I had seen, Covencraft was the only one that focused on how to create a coven. It holds many details on construction and management of a coven and even has some information for joining one. However, I found the feminism in the book more than a little intimidating. The one thing that caught my attention was the fact that the High Priestess in the coven is the highest authority and that the High Priest is her subordinate rather than her equal. Also, there were some of the rituals that focused greatly on females instead of just males and a great deal of attention was put on just goddesses. Although the information is good and can be adapted in any way you'd like, the context was just a little too much for my liking. Other than this, the book is quite excellent.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Good Book for One who wonders . . . 1 Dec 1998
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I picked up Covencraft because I have been practicing the Craft as a solitary for over four years and had been kicking around the idea of seeking out others. Within three days of completing it I had contacted a local group and have begun to study with them. It provides an honest look at the joys and sorrows of what can happen when Wiccans decide to get together, as well as vast appendices of reference matierial, some of which I've seen many times before, but much was new and helpful. Covencraft is not for newcomers to Wicca/Witchcraft, as it makes assumptions about what the reader is expected to know. I can't say what it will do for existing covens, because I have no experience in that regard. For those who are unsure if they want to join a group I found it to be a valuable resource.
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Amber K has produced a good concise guide book for the use of people who are in the craft and want to know about how to organize their groups. Also for anyone who justs wants to know how covens work.
Amber K covers all aspects of a covens dynamics and functions which might become issues of concern to new or existing groups. Because she deals with groups from three up, it is an invaluable reference for anyone wishing to know how to do group work. The dynamics she discusses are general enough to apply to any group, but are specifically aimed at practitioners of the craft.
Generally very readable and comprehensive. A must for any witches shelf as one of the foundation readings.
LLew, Druidic/Wiccan practitioner
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful information-rich book! 22 Nov 1998
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This has got to be the best book put out by Llewellyn in years. It offers ideas for group activities, working with group dynamics, holding open rituals, finding new members (and deciding if it's time to find new members), holding a "Wicca 101" class, I could go on and on. I haven't been so glad I bought a book in quite awhile.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Has Some Practical Uses 22 Jun 1999
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There is some really relevent information in group facilitating, management and organisation in this book given in short paragraphs and lists. However, the remainder looses credibility by becoming rather purile with the use of childish names and a somewhat "Enid Blyton, Famous Five" set of examples.
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