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By Kim Dent Brown on 29 juli, 2018
This review looks at Hutton’s ‘The Witch: A history of fear from ancient times to the present’ and in parallel at Gardner’s original work that introduced Wicca to the wider world: ‘Witchcraft Today’.
By Jana on 1 november, 2017
A witch is a woman in her power. She’s wise, a healer, and is aligned with the cycles of Mother Nature and the phases of the Moon. Lisa Lister helps women to remember, reconnect and reclaim the word ‘witch’ and its power.
By Alder on 1 februari, 2017
Birth and death are closely entwined and have a connection with Initiation. An experience that can only take place through first-hand experience, which is often mistaken for elitism.
By Morgana on 30 juli, 2016
Graham King is curator of The Museum of Witchcraft & Magic, in Boscastle. In this book he explains what spells and charms are, using examples.
By Morgana on 31 januari, 2016
Sorita & David have provided a fantastic book on the origins of the Wiccan Tradition . We reviewed in our paper edition, but it has since become a classic.
By Alder on 28 februari, 2015
The book deals with the life of Eddie Buczynski; the development of the Pagan community in New York area during the 70’s and 80’s and the general social changes related to the LGBTQAI+ community in the United States during the same time frame.
By Daan on 1 november, 2014
Peter Grey’s view on witchcraft is partly based on rebellion and on a counter-attitude against modern duality-driven society, devastating it’s natural resources which we need for survival of our species in general. Witchcraft should be pro-self governing, he states.
By Morgana on 1 november, 2014
Facsimile of the 1973 book which was an early effort by one of the first publicly announced practitioners to contribute to a fuller picture of the witch, and of witchcraft.
By Jana on 1 november, 2014
This historical study of witchcraft trials and demonology in early modern Poland goes behind the trials to discover narratives of the accused people (women).
By Alder Lyncurium on 2 november, 2013
Most Witches today live in flats, inside blocks, in the middle of the city, or in the suburbs. This is one of the few books for the solitary practitioners in the cities.