The Illustrated Guide to WiccaBook - 2000
Through ritual and magic, Wiccans seek to better their own lives and the world. Wicca is a religion--but also a craft, with practical things to do, and the secrets that unfold in this manual show how to activate the powers that lie deep within nature and us all. Here are the history, the ethics, the insights, and the gods and goddesses of Wicca all laid out, accompanied with spectacular images. With the tools of the trade, such as candles, incense, the magical knife, and the all-important wand, the work can begin. Set up a temple, and prepare for initiation, either with a coven or alone. Open the circle, raise the energy, make magic and feasts, conduct invocations and evocations, and carry out spells. And, most important, find your own way within Wicca, for there are no set rules--just a journey on the path that's right for you. 128 pages (all in color), 8 x 10.
Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub., c2000
Characteristics: 128 p. : col. ill., ports. ; 26 cm
Alternative Title: Wicca