Thursday, December 01, 2011

Fwd: books

Recommended books for Wicca

"Wicca for Beginners" by Thea Sabin is my first choice for any seeker. Written by a 3*BTW HPS, for beginners. There's nothing in it that I wish seekers weren't exposed to, as is often the case, and it covers all the basics in a way that is compatible with BTW practice.
The Elements of Ritual by Deborah Lipp thorougly explains the mechanics of circle casting. Actually explains WHY. Very helpful.
I really like what David and Sorita are putting out via Avalonia Press. 'Toward A Wiccan Circle', 'Circle of Fire' and 'Wicca Magical Beginnings'. In turn these books cover practical 101, conceptual/symbolism and History.
As for beginners, but not at the total start, I still heart Vivianne Crowley's "Wicca - the old religion for a new century".
One of my up-line elders, Eileen Smith, wrote a couple of books. The first, "Earthgard Wicca" was published almost a decade ago and the second, "A Witches Heart" was published only a couple of years ago. She was also the teacher at the Wicca 101 that got me started in all this.

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