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Date: 2004-07-01 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
Many people think of Wicca as just another word for Witchcraft. Some say that Wicca is merely the 20th Century version of the Craft. Others call Wicca the “Old Religion.” And some say that Wicca is totally a 20th Century invention! Many proudly ...
Date: 2002-01-01 By: Elen Hawke
What do you do when people keep asking you questions about the whys and wherefores of witchcraft and Wicca? That was how my first book for Llewellyn, In The Circle: Crafting the Witches Path, came to be published. I tried to write the sort of book ...
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Thea Sabin
There’s a great pagan song by Catherine Madsen called “The Heretic Heart,” part of which goes: Though law, scripture, priest and prayer Have all instructed me, My skin, my bones, my heretic heart are my authority. Many people come to Wicca ...
Date: 2004-10-11 By: Thea Sabin
Magic is the art of using the whole of the natural and universal energies. To responsibly perform Wiccan magic, it's necessary to know the spiritual laws governing the material world. Many people choose to ignore these forces. The expression ...
Date: 2008-03-17 By: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
Llewellyn publishes numerous books each year, on various metaphysical topics, from Kabbalah to natural witchery to electional astrology. However, we're often asked about the topic of "advanced" books. What are they? Where are they? Carl Llewellyn Weschcke responds.
Date: 2009-05-05 By: Ellen Dugan
Herbs that are grown indoors add fresh aroma to your home, and because they are so close at hand, they encourage you to make use of them for seasonings and in food preparation. Basically, indoor-grown herbs require a sunny growing area (five to six hours of sunlight per day), water, and humidity. They will need protection from cold drafts and
Date: 2005-12-12 By: Robin Ivy
With the arrival of winter, some of the animals that inhabit our natural environment show themselves less often. Migration and hibernation mean some of our furry and feathered friends will not return until spring. Still other animals remain or ...
Date: 2008-12-15 By: Karri Ann Allrich
Celebrate the Winter Solstice with this festive golden soup, warmed with fragrant nutmeg and allspice. This velvety soup is elegant and deceptively simple to prepare. 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 medium onion, diced 4 carrots, peeled and chopped 2 celery stalks, chopped 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg 1/8 teaspoon allspice
Date: 2005-11-28 By: Ember Grant
There is a tradition of making a wish at the Winter Solstice, of burning pieces of paper with wishes or affirmations written on them. When creating a Winter Solstice candle, you will infuse the molten wax with your wish or intent and release it with ...
Date: 1969-12-31 By: Stacey Demarco
It’s a strange experience for a writer to be peeking into other people’s bedrooms. Not literally, of course, but through the case studies I choose to include in my books. Tackling the topics of love, lust, relationships and fertility this time ...