The Ultimate Book of Shadows for the New Generation
This book has everything a teen Witch could want and need between two covers: a magickal cookbook, encyclopedia, dictionary, and grimoire. It relates specifically to today's young adults and their concerns, yet is grounded in the magickal work of centuries past.
Information is arranged alphabetically and divided into five distinct categories: (1) Shadows of Religion and Mystery, (2) Shadows of Objects, (3) Shadows of Expertise and Proficiency, (4) Shadows of Magick and Enchantment, and (5) Shadows of Daily Life. It is organized so readers can skip over the parts they already know, or read each section in alphabetical order.
By the author of the best-selling Teen Witch and mother of four teen Witches
A jam-packed learning and resource guide for
serious young Witches
All categories are discussed in modern terms and their associated historical roots
Includes endnotes and footnotes that cite sources or add clarification
A training companion to Teen Witch and To Ride a Silver Broomstick
ADDITIONAL TITLES BY THIS AUTHOR
HedgeWitch Spells, Crafts & Rituals For Natural Magick
While the Internet now provides information and cmmunication at the click of a button, Pagans of yesterday needed to find information elsewhere. Donald Michael Kraig recalls when Silver RavenWolf saw this necessity and created the Wiccan/Pagan Press Alliance, as well as how this HedgeWitch got her literary start.
Teens are often misguided when they first learn about Wicca, believing that a mentor or coven is needed to jump start their practice. This is far from the case, in fact many young people start as a solitary practitioner researching the path on his ...
I have notebooks lying all over the house. They are collecting dust in the attic, in boxes in the basement, shoved in my magickal cabinet, under my bed, in the kitchen drawers, teetering on top of the massive bookcase in the living room and poking ...
Everyone knows that brooms and witches go together. Most popular images of witches show them with pointed hats, black cats, and a broom. And while not every witch has a cat (or a funny-looking hat, for that matter), most of us own a broom. But how many of us actually use them for our magical work?
When I started writing The Witch's Broom, I'll... read this article