This guide presents dozens of in depth interviews with a diverse global coven of well known Wiccans Celebrating the Craft of the Wise, each interview is accompanied by an original photo, details about each practitioner s individual philosophy, and a short invocation or spell Illustrations.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sit around a fire and listen to the words of the elders of the Wiccan religion? Look no further. Wiccan Wisdomkeepers is a phenomenal book by English High Priestess Sally Griffyn that delves into the multiplicity of Wiccan spirituality in today’s world.Starting with a fantastic introduction on the history and growth of Wicca as a religion and paganism as a whole, this book is filled with the love, beauty and mystery one finds in earth-based spiri [...]
This is unlike any other book on Wicca that I own. It is filled with interviews with modern day Wiccans/Witches whom all have made significant strides in the pagan community. From Doreen Valiente to Jim Morrison's (The Doors) wife, Patricia; this book is sure to please. It's not a spellbook, it's not a book based on ritual format's like having a down to earth conversation with each person on the topic of Wicca and Witchcraft.
A generic discussion about this religion (it is recognized in both the UK and the U.S. as such). This book begins by showing how it's based on early cultures and their closeness to nature, the seasons, and land traditions. Includes detailed information on leading figures and their respective beliefs. Some resources listed in the back of the book. The problem with trying to "define" this religion is that it has no set dogmas (unlike the major organized religions). It can be as loose or as symboli [...]
I gave it two stars for the fact that some of the people interviewed in it were likable and, yes, very wise. Aside from that, however, I found it to be yet another example of Wiccan snobbery which goes against many of the basic principles of Wicca. This book claims that one must be initiated into wicca and suggests that all real practicing Wiccans must belong to a coven and follow specific traditions.All this, however, is not the case and it gives an unfair view of a spiritual path to the reader [...]