Wiccan Bible: Exploring the Mysteries of the Craft from Birth to Summerland Paperback – 31 Aug 2003
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Never before has a Wiccan book presented such a crystal-clear overview of the religion that it can provide readers with sufficient information and inspiration to immediately begin practicing the Wiccan faith. I love the way A WICCAN BIBLE provides questions that help readers decide for themselves whether or not this religion is best suited for them, while never pushing religious dogma or routine. Wicca, after all, is a very personal religion.
I especially enjoyed the way Drew discusses the importance of knowing the difference between kith and kin for both our human and animal companions, since much confusion can be avoided when we recognize the importance of those we share our energy with every day. We can appreciate the energies of those we live with every day differently than the way we work with the energies of those we love who do not live with us, such as spirits and animal totems.
A WICCAN BIBLE ought to be required reading for anyone seeking a better understanding of Wicca, as well as all those Wiccans who would appreciate seeing one person's very thorough personal interpretation of the Wiccan faith.
-- Cynthia Sue Larson
author of AURA ADVANTAGE: How the Colors in Your Aura Can Help You Attain What You Desire and Attract Success
I should imagine this book would be far more interesting to those who like Roman and Greek pantheons (as the author does). Unfortunately, I am not one of those people and found it a rather dull read after the half way mark. The author tends to ramble listing every single possibility as if he hadn't heard of the word "etcetera" before. The last 30 pages or so is a HUGE list of Gods and Goddesses with a brief description and history.
I would say that this book is NOT a beginners book and certainly isn't for the light hearted.
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