Witch Crafting by Phyllis W. Curott

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Wiccan high priestess Curott provides readers with a guide to the spiritual principles and practices of Wicca. The text aims to offer advice on how to live an empowered, divinely guided, magical life. Written in a conversational, anecdotal style, the author distils the essence of this ancient yet thoroughly modern spirituality into simple, powerful precepts, providing a system of practices that readers can use in their daily lives. Many stories and personal examples within the book aim to identify with reader's own struggles and accomplishments, as they master key Wiccan tenets and techniques. The author explains how magic actually works, showing how to use techniques, rituals, spellcasting, potions, divinations, herbs, oils and other tools, and explaining why witches use these various items. Each chapter focuses on an individual aspect of divine magic, and includes a wide variety of innovative techniques, exercises, and rituals.
 

About Phyllis W. Curott

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Wiccan high priestess PHYLLIS CUROTT is an attorney and author of Book of Shadows (Broadway Books, 1998). Currot was named one of the 10 gutsiest Women of the Year 1999 by Jane Magazine. She has been profiled widely in the media, lectures frequently, and is widely respected for her work promoting civil rights and religious freedom. She lives in New York City.
 
Published April 15, 2002 by Thorsons. 352 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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