The Soulmate Path
by Farber & Zerner
In The Soulmate Path, Farber and Zerner describe the path they walk every day. It's a path that any of us can walk, whether we're looking for love or looking to improve the relationship we're in.
In Part One, a moving, insightful, frank, and often funny account, they share their own stories--from meeting and falling in love, to beginning to work together, to dealing with the stresses and challenges that inevitably occur. With every story and at each step of their journey, they offer readers secrets to practice in their own lives.
Part Two offers readers 36 lessons to remember when attracting and developing a relationship. Because Monte and Amy are so well-known for their oracles, they also made a way for the reader to consult these lessons to answer questions they may have, following the principle that the Universe gives us what we need. And, in Part Three, the couple share what may be the single most important aspect of traveling the soulmate path--the art of laughter.
In all of their work, Monte and Amy create a unique and sacred synergy that heals, inspires, and empowers.
Va-Va Voodo: Find Love, Make Love, Keep Love
by Kathleen Charlotte
How many professional therapists can put together a powerful mojo bag or an intoxicating love perfume to attract a mate? As a relationship counselor and a Voodoo initiate, Kathleen Charlotte offers the best of both worlds in her refreshing, witty, and magical guide to this crazy little thing called love.
by Pamela Oslie
Simple Pleasure of Friendship: Celebrating the Ones We Love
by Susanna Seton
The newest addition to Seton's popular Simple Pleasures series, this guidebook is full of stories, heirloom recipes, and gift ideas. "Simple Pleasures of Friendship," which began when Seton sent out a call for stories about friendship, reminds readers that friendships are the prime ingredients in a life well lived.
Excuse Me, Your Soulmate is Waiting
by Marla Martenson
200 Spells For Bath & Beauty
by Edain McCoy
Vampires In Their Own Words: An Anthology of Vampire Voices
by Michelle Belanger
"There's no book available on the vampire culture today with the range, depth, and diversity of Belanger's Vampires in Their Own Words." Katherine Ramsland, author of Piercing the Darkness and The Science of Vampires
By Candlelight :
Rites For Celebration & Prayer
by Janina Renee
They Don't See What I See
by Ruth Berger
Walking The Twilight Path
(A Gothic Book of The Dead)
by Michelle Belanger
Walking the Twilight Path introduces a unique spiritual path of personal transformation and rebirth. But first, you must venture through the gates of death.This mystical journey is for pagans, witches, goths, and anyone attracted to the beauty and mystery of deaths necessary and natural transition. Drawing on the wisdom of Shamans, Tibetan Buddhists, and ancient Egyptians, Michelle Belanger illuminates death as a gateway to change and re-generation. Meditating on gravestone sculptures, creating a necromantic medicine bag, keeping a personal book of the dead, and other exercises will help you explore the vital, transformative forces of death. On this life-affirming journey, you will visit the "Otherside," reach out to spirits, and become a walker between worlds to bring healing and empowerment.
Faith & Magick in The Armed Forces
(A handbook for Pagans
in The Military )
by Stefani E. Barner
An Invaluable Guide for Pagans in the Military Faith and Magick in the Armed Forces provides practical guidance and genuine support to military Pagans and Wiccans as they proudly serve our country. Many issues that face Pagan military members and their families are explored in depth, practicing their faith, relocation, overseas deployment, preparing for combat, returning as veterans, working for peace. Religious freedoms, legal issues, and rights are clarified, and resources for help are given. Faith and Magic in the Armed Forces offers knowledgeable advice, helpful rituals and meditations designed specifically for the military experience, and candid interviews with Pagan service persons and their loved ones. Respectful and straightforward, this one-of-a-kind handbook is essential for Pagans serving in a predominantly Christian military.
Nocturnal Witchcraft: Magick After Dark
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Nocturnal Witchcraft presents techniques for working with nocturnal and lunar energies and the ancient gods and goddesses of the darkness; the symbolic realm of shadow, illusion, death, rebirth and the mysteries of the unknown.
For those who prefer to practice magick after dark this comprehensive book is for you.
Teaching the Wiccan Faith to Children
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More and more Wiccan families are looking for specific advice about raising their children in the faith. Here is the first book to give parents the means to teach Wicca in a more formal fashion than just "chatting with the kids" around the kitchen table. Featuring a Wiccan curriculum for each of the five age groups, this book offers a variety of sample lessons and both a structure and a prototype for readers who want to develop
"Sun Day School" or "Moon School" classes.
Includes charms, spells, songs, and guided meditations in addition to practical ideas for educational activities. It includes a glossary and a recommended reading list as well. Featuring detailed discussions of how children grow and learn so that Wiccan parents can teach their tradition effectively, Raising Witches finally gives parents the means to communicate the rudiments of their faith to their children.
Wicca: Guide for Solitary Practitioner
by Scott Cunningham
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Wicca: Guide For Solitary Practitioner is a positive, practical introduction to the religion of Wicca. Cunningham presents Wicca as it is today - a gentle, Earth-oriented religion dedicated to the Goddess and God. Wicca is a book of life, and how to live magically, spiritually, and wholly attuned with Nature.
This is a positive, practical introduction to the religion of Wicca, designed so that any interested person can learn to practice the religion alone, anywhere in the world. It presents Wicca honestly and clearly, without the psuedo-history that permeates other books. Includes the authors Book of Shadows. If you find this book enlightening, also check out Cunningham`s Living Wicca.
Encyclopedia of Wicca & Witchcraft
by Raven Grimassi
Whether you`re looking for a description of "Witch marks," the words to the classic verse "Invocation of the Horned God," or the magical meaning of a rooster, you can find it in this comprehensive encyclopedia of Witch history, theology, and lore.
Craft Elder and author Raven Grimassi has revised and expanded his indispensable reference work, the award-winning Encyclopedia of Wicca & Witchcraft. The first book of its kind to be written by a practicing Witch, this guide presents Wicca/Witchcraft as a spiritual path, connecting religious concepts and spirituality to both a historical background and modern practice. With a wealth of information on European folklore and Western Occultism, and material relevant to any tradition, you can us this book to research any aspect of the Craft.
Grimoire of the Green Witch
by Ann Moura
Grimoire of the Green Witch is a complete Book of Shadows. The first portion contains the basic Craft information and a variety of rituals that begin with a Circle Casting, proceed to a ritual, return to a simple feast called Cakes and Wine, and end with the Circle Opening. The second portion contains the information and formats for spell casting, tarot and other divinations, and herbal teas, oils, and baths. Here there are also a number of lists of correspondences, spell crafting information, some spells, and a bit of astrology.
by Silver Ravenwolf
With Hedge Witch get a fast and fun jump-start on the Hedge Witch path with a little help from the immensely popular Silver RavenWolf. This gifty guidebook has everything a new Hedge Witch needs, arranged in an easy-to-follow format. At the core of the book is a fourteen-lesson, hands-on guide that readers complete at their own pace, interacting with different aspects of nature in simple yet powerful ways, i.e., performing the Night of the Starry Sky ritual.
The lessons, which can be done alone or with a group, culminate in an inspiring dedication ceremony. A handy reference section offers tips, formulas, recipes, and helpful hints on topics such as soap making, tea leaf reading, butterfly garden magick, and organically growing your own herbs.
Aradia or the Gospel of the Witches
by Charles Leland
Today, a great amount of debate exists over whether Aradia was an authentic representation of Italian Witchcraft at the time Leland published the manuscript. Some go so far as to argue that Maddelena never really existed. While it is true that Maddelena"s involvement with Leland cannot be proven, the fact remains that even with its uncertain origin, Aradia is one of the most important manuscripts available to the Pagan community.
Even if it does not reflect the ideology of a hidden tradition of Italian Witchcraft, it most definitely presents such a powerful message that, even today its words are repeatedly found throughout Pagan literature. In fact, it is the foundation for one of the most powerful and well known documents in modern pagan lore,
" The Charge Of The Goddess ".
Buckland`s Book of Saxon Witchcraft
by Raymond Buckland
Book of Saxon Witchcraft is one of the first books ever to explore Wicca from a solitary perspective, is back with a new introduction by Wiccan elder Raymond Buckland. Originally published in 1973 as The Tree.
Buckland`s book of Saxon Witchcraft offers seekers a complete introduction to the solitary practice of Saxon Witchcraft or Saex-Wicca. A truly indispensable book for solitary practitioners looking for a solid introduction to Wicca from a respected elder.
Complete book of Witchcraft
by Raymond Buckland
In Complete Book of Witchcraft the author teaches history, practice, composition, forms, the mechanics of magick, herbology; in short, each and every aspect of the practice of Wicca. He also shows how you can structure the religion to suit your particular needs. It is the perfect book for the serious student, the newly forming coven, the Solitary Witch or simply the curious.
Celebrating the Seasons of Life 1:
Samhain to Ostara
Unique among books about the Wiccan Sabbats, Celebrating the Seasons of Life: Samhain to Ostara takes a different approach to explaining the holidays by looking in-depth at half of the Wheel of the Year. Rather than dissecting each holiday, Ashleen`s goal is to take a broader look at them, explaining how and why we celebrate each, along with how the celebration of one leads to the next. This first of two new titles from Ashleen offers a vision of the holidays we celebrate from October to March, including:
Samhain (October 31st), Yule (December 21st), Imbolc (February 2nd), Ostara (March 21st)
Celebrating the Seasons of Life; Samhain to Ostara first gives the history and original customs of each holiday, then explains its place in modern life. Stories are shared for each Sabbat, to reconnect us with our lore and bring new meaning to current practices. Ashleen includes examples of rituals that are ideal for practicing solitaries, covens, or Wiccan families, with special sections on what children of various ages are ready to learn about these holidays. Celebrating the Seasons of Life is conveniently complete with Circle-casting directions for groups and individuals who don`t have a usual way, or would like to try something new. It`s brimming with original material that can be used by any practitioner to refresh or embellish his or her rites, including recipes and creative touches to capture seasonal fun without forgetting the significance of each Sabbat.
Celebrating the Seasons of Life 2:
Beltane to Mabon
The stories of the Sabbats help us to reconnect with our lore and bring new meaning and twists to our current practices in a variety of ways. Unique among books about the Wiccan Sabbats, Celebrating the Seasons of Life: Beltane to Mabon gives us the history of each holiday and explains its place in modern life. Through it, you can discover a variety of rituals that are ideal for covens, solitaries, and Wiccan families, including several sections on what children of various ages are ready to learn about these holidays:
Beltane (May 1st), Litha (June 21st), Lammas (August 1st), Mabon (September 21st).
This second volume of Celebrating the Seasons of Life explores Wicca`s relationship with other religions. Wicca is the largest and best-known Neo-Pagan religion, but it is not the only one. Indeed, Northern Paganism (Asatru) and Druidry share its traditions. Do you know which Runes are associated with Summer Sabbats? Are you aware of the Druid associates with them? Celebrating the Seasons of Life acknowledges these links and incorporates material designed to emphasize these religions` shared heritage. As straightforward as conversation between friends and illustrated with line drawings and photos, Celebrating the Seasons of Life: Beltane to Mabon shares the author`s distinctive perspective of Wicca. It is clear and comprehensive enough for the initiate, yet lively enough to belong on the experienced practitioner`s bookshelf.
by Scott Cunningham
This book (the sequel to Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner) is for those who have made the conscious decision to bring their Wiccan spirituality into their everyday lives.
This book takes a philosophical look at the questions practices and differences within Witchcraft.
It discusses the benefits of daily prayer and meditation, making offerings to the gods, how to develop a prayerful attitude and how to perform Wiccan rites when away from home or in emergency situations.