Witch is an informative, personal, inspirational - and funny! - guide to what witches do, how they do it, and why.Open your mind and body to a universal wellspring of magick, spirituality and the rituals of Wicca. Unleash this ancient force from within and the world around you - heal, hex and protect, and cast your own sacred circle and spells.Witch is set to shatter someWitch is an informative, personal, inspirational - and funny! - guide to what witches do, how they do it, and why.Open your mind and body to a universal wellspring of magick, spirituality and the rituals of Wicca. Unleash this ancient force from within and the world around you - heal, hex and protect, and cast your own sacred circle and spells.Witch is set to shatter some commonly-held assumptions about witchcraft - and swell the ranks of witches' covens in the process! Witches have been misunderstood for centuries as advocates of the 'dark side', commonly (and wrongly) accociated with Satan and the Devil, but in reality, witches were natural healers and spiritual guides, and, like everyone else who didn't conform to the predominating religion, Christianity, they were considered evil and dangerous. These very misdirected assumptions all melt into thin air as Fiona details witch history (herstory), what the rituals mean, describing in full the meaning of annual festivals and the life of a witch, including moon worship, reincarnation and magickal music. Throughout are lots of very cool illustrations, from beautiful celtic borders and Japanese manga-style cartoons to personalised tarot cards and photo essays of actual rituals.From tips for effective witchcraft, interviews with High Priests and Priestesses and detailed how-to guides for all kinds of rituals with a whole reference library of contacts (from websites to books), Witch is a cyber-guide for the modern pagan. I am a child of the Universe No less than the seas and the stars Beautiful and Complete in myself Blessed, Essential and Perfect Note: This is not a book about satanism! Witchcraft is an alternative spirituality based on focusing personal energy and harnessing the power of nature through meditation and ritual....
|Title||:||Witch: A Personal Journey|
|Number of Pages||:||272 Pages|
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Witch: A Personal Journey Reviews
I liked this. It was refreshing to read a down to earth account of the life of a witch, particularly a fellow Aussie. Being an established witch myself, there wasn't much to learn here, but that's not why I read it. I wanted to read a personal account of Wiccan practice in Australia, and that was just what I got. I loved Fiona's laid-back and easy going approach, and will likely read more of her work in the future.
This is pretty good. It's probably not as cutting edge to read it in 2016 as it was in 1998, but nevertheless it offers some interesting viewpoints on alternative spirituality, introduces some intriguing characters and lets the reader learn more about the charismatic character of Fiona Horne.
This is another wonderful book by an author I really like. I understand everything she says and it is written in a way which anybody could understand. good read