Magic in North America Part 1: In Uncategorized by Adrienne K.
There are many many more I would list, but they are for supplemental reading. If one reads the classics recommended first, you will be reading all the influences of the founders of modern Witchcraft and therefore will understand them and their craft better.
You have to understand where we came from as Witches to understand where we are going. The Horned God of the West by R.
Macgregor Mathers, The Secret Commonwealth: Now that you know their influences — read their works. The Complete Art of Witchcraft: Kerenyi and Eliade will blow your mind, Puhvel will make you pull out the dictionary again, and Dr. Davidson will be a refreshing breath of easily understandable air.
To understand just how far back our practices as magical practitioners and spirit workers go one must explore the connections between modern Witchcraft, early modern Witchcraft, pre-Christian Paganism, Shamanism, and pre-Shamanism. Harris Logan, Shamanism: A list of books to get your hands dirty, your kitchen messy, and give you lots of hands-on experience.
Mickaharic is my homeboy — anything by him is excellent, but the two listed are his best. He draws from the many cultures living in North America. Reading her books is like reading the grimoire of your grandmother… if she was a poet-witch.
The magical herbalism books are a mixture of reference and learning how to work with the spirits of plants.The Western cultural tradition, which combined various elements (religious, intellectual, scientific) into a rich and resilient and trans-national framework of thought and practice, is all but dead.
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The term “witch” is intertwined with women and unsurprisingly “Women constituted about 80 per cent of accused witches”1 Throughout Early Modern Europe “a great many people, most of them women, were prosecuted for witchcraft”2 As a result .
My only criticism is a common one. Revise and edit what you write over and over again.
Otherwise, one looks like a fool and less credible, especially when blasting someone else for the same things. - Wicca Jan Phillips article The Craft of the Wise tells of how she came to learn of one of her ancestors who was hung during the Salem Witch Hunts.
This lit an interest in her mind to further research the subject of Wicca, the craft of the wise. Yesterday I wrote about the trailer for JK Rowling’s new multi-part background pieces on Pottermore, entitled “Magic in North America.” You should read the post here if you need plombier-nemours.com before that, back in June, I wrote about my concerns with the bringing of the “magic universe” to the States.
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