|Posted on January 3, 2017 at 4:15 PM|
We recommend that you read as widely as possible.
For those people who are new to the Craft we can recommend the following books.
Doreen Valiente's Witchcraft for Tomorrow, ABC of Witchcraft, Witchcraft a Tradition Renewed (with Evan John Jones) and The Rebirth of Witchcraft
Gerald Gardner's Witchcraft Today, The Meaning of Witchcraft and High Magic's Aid
Vivianne Crowley's Wicca the Old Religion in the New Millenium
Thorn Mooney's Traditional Wicca a Seekers Guide
History of the Craft
Ronald Hutton's Triumph of the Moon, Stations of the Sun and Witches, Druids and King Arthur
The books of Phillip Hessleton
Wicca,Magical Beginnings by Sorita D'Este and David Rankine
Magic and Occultism
Dion Fortune's Practical Occultism, Psychic Self Defence, The Sea Priestess and The Mystical Qabbalah
David Conway's Magic an Occult Primer
Ramsey Dukes's SSOTBME, How to See Fairys and Uncle Ramsey's Little Book of Demons
Marian Green's The Gentle Arts of Aquarian Magic and Path through the Labyrinth
Aleister Crowley's Magic in Theory and Practice
Catlin and John Matthew's The Western Way Volume 1 and 2
Meditation and Pathworking
Pete Jennings and Pete Sawyer's Pathworking
Dolores Ashcroft Norwicki's The Shining Paths
Lawerence LeShan's How to Meditate
Religion, Myth and Sprituality
Joseph Campbell's The Power of Myth, The Hero with a Thousand Faces, The Masks of God (Primative Mythology, Occidental Mythology, Oriental Mythology and Creative Mythology), Goddesses
Karen Armstrong's A Short History of Myth, The History of God and the Case for God
Mircea Eliade's Rites and Symbols of Initiation
Terry Pratchet's Wyrd Sistres, Witches Abroad, Lords and Ladies, A Hat Full of Sky and the Wintersmith
Lucius Apuleius's The Golden Ass
Robert Graves's The White Goddess
Charles Godfrey Leyland's Aradia Gospel of the Witches
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