The Wicca Bible: Godsfield Bibles Paperback – 6 Jul 2009
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Provides a detailed guide to Wicca's origins and principles Features visualizations and rituals to enhance your practice Includes a step-by-step guide to becoming a witch
About the Author
Ann-Marie Gallagher is a Witch and a Senior Lecturer in Equality and Diversity at the University of Central Lancashire, a political activist and historian. She is the author of several books on magic, witchcraft and spirituality including The Spells Bible, also published by Godsfield Press.
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Recently learning that paganism is the worlds fastest growing religion I had to find out more, and this lavishly illustrated book provided most of what I wanted. The text is written in the manner of a reference work, and therefore I found the excellent "Wicca" by Scott Cunningham with its approach of the friendly teacher a great companion volume.
This is an indispensable book for anyone coming to WICCA for the first time.
However it goes into nothing in depth, so anyone with more than a passing interest in Wicca may well be disappointed. For the same reason it would be little use to an established Wiccan.
If you're an interested beginner it's not a bad book, but if you want depth or detail then you should look elsewhere.
The content is all someone needs to introduce the reader to paganism & wicca.
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An awesome book first one I read, and learned from, I highly recommend itPublished 13 months ago by sean patterson
Excellent book for those like me who are new to the world of Wicca, easy to read with lots of practical tips and knowledge to help the novice become a witch!!Published on 2 Aug. 2014 by Lisa O'Connor