Do you want to be a Witch? Then you need a copy of To Ride a Silver Broomstick by Silver RavenWolf! In it, you'll find every bit of information necessary to starting out on the Wiccan path.
The focus of this book is on helping you to become a real, practicing Witch. You'll learn numerous rituals. You'll even learn how to construct your own! You'll discover how the tools of the Witch are used. You'll be able to practice casting a wide variety of powerful but easy spells.
You'll also learn how to do astral projection and heal yourself and others. Included, too, is information on a variety of divination methods, including complete directions on how to use the Tarot.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Witch? In this book RavenWolf gives you funny and touching snapshots of life as a Wiccan. Discover what it's like to attend a Pagan festival. Wonder over the joys and difficulties of giving magical aid to others. Read about how to meet other Wiccans.
To Ride a Silver Broomstick is wonderfully non-sectarian. You'll learn about numerous Wiccan traditions, from Alexandrian to Teutonic. But RavenWolf adds something new to this lively and growing spirituality: New Generation Witchcraft. This idea is based on flexibility so that you can use techniques and ideas from any previous tradition. As she writes, "There is no end to the combinations that will make you happy, successful and at peace with humankind."
This book is far more than an instruction manual on how to be a Witch. It is also an encyclopedia of Wiccan lore. Do you know the meaning of those strange words Witches use? Look on page 17 for a lexicon of Witchcraft jargon. Did you know that each of the full moons of the year has a special name? You'll find them listed on page 39. What sort of tools and items do you need for your magical and spiritual practices? See page 92. How do you keep a record of your rituals? Look at page 108. The meaning of the Tarot cards? See page 162. And page 164 reveals the secrets of using the Tarot to determine when events will happen. Don't overlook the names and meanings of the runes on page 169. Color and candle magick secrets begin on page 191, while the power of stones begins on page 208. Interested in herbs? The magical uses are on page 213, medicinal uses on page 214. There's even a guide to Pagan newsletters and services.
This book is so totally filled with techniques and information that even if you've been a Witch for decades you'll want to add it to your library. It will become the book you reference most frequently. And if you're new to the Craft, this is the ideal book to get you started on a path that will empower you and give you peace for the rest of your life.
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