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Power of the Witch: A Witch's Guide to Her Craft (Arkana) Paperback – 25 Jun 1992
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About the Author
Laurie Cabot, known as the "official Witch of Salem," has been a practicing Witch for more than 40 years. She conducts classes and seminars on Witchcraft as a science and, as founder of the Witches' League for Public Awareness, makes frequent media appearances on behalf of that organization. Cabot has two daughters, Jody and Penny, and lives in Salem, Massachusetts.Tom Cowan attended a Jesuit seminary and received a PhD in history from Saint Louis University. He has been a student and teacher of religions and mysticism since the 1960s. He frequently lectures and conducts workshops nationwide on various aspects of spirituality, Celtic shamanism, dreamwork, and creativity. The author or coauthor of more than 25 books, he lives in Highland, New York. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I personally admire Laurie Cabot for the way she has tackled certain issues in the book. It was a pleasure to read as in parts it's like a story of her own experiences and very real ones at that. Or general information on Witchcraft history. Perhaps the angle of religion disturbs some in this book. But it is a witch book and not Wiccan, therefore there is a difference and this should be addressed before critisizing. I would recommend this book and infact the first time i saw it a male friend of mine, gave it to me to read, not knowing i am a witch. Enjoy, for you will feel your own truth within.
Although I am a Wicca, I find it very uncomfortable the way the author twists history to portray men and Christianity as the cause of all ills.
It seems to be trying to replace the close mindedness of fundamental Christianity with the close mindedness of fundamental Wicca, and seems to leave no place for mystery. The author also seems to portray loose ideas of science in a way that seems awkward.
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