|Author:||Inc. The Book Laboratory|
|Title:||Wicca Ancient Feminine Magic|
|Format:||mobi lrf docx lrf|
|ePUB size:||1669 kb|
|FB2 size:||1460 kb|
|DJVU size:||1815 kb|
|Category:||New Age and Spirituality|
|Publisher:||Andrews McMeel Publishing; Original ed. edition (September 23, 2002)|
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Body, Mind & Spirit. Wicca: Ancient Feminine Magic, with Pentacle. A magical pentagram that can be empowered through a charm in the book and worn around the neck or put in a pocket is paired with a book that illuminates the ancient Wicca religion.
These archetypes exist in nearly every culture throughout all of human history. the love potion Gypsy. as witches as the feminine or masculine goddess worshiping. the horned god and the sky father. and the night hag or old crone who lives in the woods or outside the village who every one fears. one which would always. cater to witches and the other be the patriarchal agent which would usurp the Goddess and outlaw her and all she personified. and why they were considered often inferior to patriarchal magic. But this book is about the ancient figure of the witch. which is all they are anyway. and some disregard archetypes of human consciousness. when all are interconnected and a part of her? Some souls need a Heavenly Father and his Demonic fallen aspect. who divides himself in two. as the. Likewise the God can be a blessed son or lover.
The Book of Shadows is essentially a modern grimoire-a term used in the 19th century to describe texts covering various occult topics such as magical theory, descriptions of rituals, instruction in spellwork and divination systems, mystical philosophies, and other esoteric information. Examples of grimoires can be found throughout the Middle Ages and even earlier, ultimately dating back to stone tablets found in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. As this modern form of Witchcraft grew into what we now call Wicca, it branched out into other traditions, with new voices contributing to the creation of new Book(s) of Shadows-though not every tradition uses this particular term for their collections of spiritual and magical knowledge.
Book by Kay Steventon, Brian Clark. Games Systems Inc. (November 1, 2007). Beautiful Art Work, representing the Goddesses & Heroines of Ancient times. This IS the deck of wisdom card to have on hand, they are beautiful to look & contemplate their details and images.
Although this book represents a more eclectic flavor of Wicca rather than a particular tradition, it's presented in a workbook-like format that allows new seekers to work through the exercises at their own pace, learning as they go. For more seasoned readers, there's a lot of useful information as far as rituals, tools, and magic itself. Cunningham, Scott: Wicca, A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner. Courtesy of Llewellyn Publications.