The Complete Idiot's Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft

The Complete Idiot s Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft This guide offers a beginner s look at the history of paganism Wicca and witchcraft from the Druids and Celts to the witches of today who practice an earth based religion cast spells and perform

  • Title: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft
  • Author: Denise Zimmermann Katherine A. Gleason Denise Zimmermann
  • ISBN: 9780028639451
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
  • This guide offers a beginner s look at the history of paganism, Wicca, and witchcraft, from the Druids and Celts to the witches of today who practice an earth based religion, cast spells, and perform natural magic The book, written by a practicing witch, reveals details of the witches Sabbaths, ceremonies, and altars.

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    1. This book seems to hit 50 50 with most people I know It s simple, a lot of people say too simple, and the bottom line for me is that if someone picked it up to understand what I believe in, I would be ok with that It has some good basics in it and the best advice it gives is to read on Wicca There isn t anything in it that I hate, and it has a lot of safety advice I m not sure exactly why so many people dislike this book, I wouldn t call it the be all end all of Wicca information, but if what y [...]

    2. This is a really awesome and basic introduction to the world of Wicca and Witchcraft It provided a very solid foundation for the assassin witch series I m currently writing HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

    3. average at best it does have a lot of good points but can be long and drawn out especially in the section of astrology a good source for finding info in other books of the same kind.

    4. Great introduction to the path

    5. Very informative and absolutely fascinating

    6. A great introduction for the beginner even though I don t agree with all of the representations such as Wicca and Witchcraft being the same thing, etc As always, I would suggest using several sources and your own intuition when trying to sort out your personal path especially as it relates to origins , definitions and things like what certain months of the year are called and why.Still, I would recommend this as a starting point for anyone interested in learning about the Craft either for themse [...]

    7. I may have to add or take away stars from this book at some point as I read it Way back when it was originally published but I remember it being pretty surprising for an Idiots Guide Though I must admit I really WISH the author didn t have to go with that format as I ve always been turned off by the idea of Idiot s Guides Having derailed my review I now return to the tracks to say that again from memory this book had some info in it that I hadn t considered read elsewhere which does bump it up a [...]

    8. My policy is it is always good to be open and learn new things I am not saying I am going to began practing Witchcraft but I hate to be anti something because popular convention says we should not like it I rated the book ok because this is a topic that definitely could have benefitted from having illustrations as well as resources to acquire materials as well as training Reading this I wanted to know if it is illegal to to practice Wicca and Christianity If it is it is sad because based on thi [...]

    9. I know some people don t like these books, I guess the name is a turn off for some I personally love them, lots of information thats accurate in a single place, neatly organized and easy to find and understand There are many books and authors that could be recommended for someone who is Pagan or wants to learn But this book is really great, packed full of all kinds of information It was recommended to me by a dear friend and I have since recommended it to others just starting on the path.

    10. This book was amazingly informative, well written, inspirational, and interesting A MUST READ for anyone who is Wiccan or who wants to be, who wants to study Witchcraft, or who wants to have knowledge in general under their belt This book will forever stay in my possession and be my go to manual for any questions I have along my path It gives you all the basics without being overwhelming and boring It is the perfect all the way around I will probably even reread it again someday, which is somet [...]

    11. as someone who has always found Wicca very interesting but didn t always know where to read about it, this book was very helpful for someone interested in practicing Wicca rather than just learning about it this book was also a very helpful guide.longer review here.

    12. I d say this one is a bit of a misnomer it s not for the complete idiot I enjoyed it, found the layout interesting, and the little fact bubbles were greatly appreciated It s not great, but neither is it bad It s what it says it is an introduction It lacks slightly on the topic of ethics, but not overmuch The basics of all varieties of wicca are given at least lip service, and the solid amount of research shows through I really enjoyed this book.

    13. This book was perfect for me Being a new pagan I am still trying to find my path This book has given me the right start to progress into other reading materials, giving enough information on lots of subjects to whet the appetite, leaving me wanting to find out on the subjects that interested me As a beginner this is a great book to start you on your pagan Wicca journey Bright Blessings

    14. Although I always recommend a book written by Scott Cunningham be your introduction into Wicca, this book is a good way to start also It has fun activities to get you to think about your own thoughts and to gain new perspectives This is book in any edition is a well rounded, approachable, easy to understand introduction into Wicca The authors personalities are great and comforting also.

    15. So much has been misinterpreted about this ancient religion Reading the history and the true meaning of Wicca was most interesting Everybody should read this if not to only to dispel the falsehoods and bad rap a truly beautiful belief system it is Simple, perhaps a little far fetched, but the movies have it wrong and so did King James.

    16. A great book for anyone interested in easily learning about what wicca is all about It is not some demonic evil cult, but so a nature based religion about respect for all living things and the energy they give out and how to use this energy to benefit life An easy read, simple to understand book.

    17. This book might apply to people who are hoping to convert or have than a passing interest in the craft I was just looking for basic information so it felt frustrating that it was trying to convert me the whole time It was an okay start to get to know some basics, but I really thought that it would have detailed information about their history doctrines things like that.

    18. Kind of an outdated book Leans towards someone who is in a coven or wants to be in a coven rather than a solitary Just wasn t for me I will say, however, that the poppet magic in the back of the book was very interesting.

    19. Even though alot of the information in this book is for people new to the craft and I already knew the basics when I read it, it was still a very informative book It explained things very clearly It is an excellent book for beginners I LOVED IT

    20. I read this one early on, and the thing I m impressed with the most is the variety of information From tools, to various types of spells, to a variety of magickal alphabetsjust too many to list here, and it s a fun read.

    21. This is a great introduction to Wicca and Witchcraft It will answer many basic questions but leave you asking many I recommend it to anyone interested in Wicca or Witchcraft at all to get started on their journey.

    22. This is one of my favorite Wicca and Witchcraft books It isn t a how to but a history and background of the religion and its origin It also has a decent amount of how to information in it I love the candle, crystal, and herb guides in it and still use it for that alone.

    23. After taking a quiz and learning that my beliefs most closely match those of a neo pagan, I decided to investigate Wicca While I do seem to have some beliefs in common, magic and spells just don t cut it with me at my age It s all very silly.

    24. This was the first ever book I picked up on Paganism and Wicca It s a fun read filled with lots of useful information Perfect for beginners, but not to be used as a sole source on Witchcraft as a whole.

    25. Was given this as a gift, unsure if it was meant as a joke.I found the contact to be very poor and somewhat condescending I may be suitable to someone how is just doing a little research so to say but there are far better books out there for beginners on this path.

    26. Great Book for the beginner Pagan I gift it to anyone who is serious about the path as a launch point I use it as reference and as compass to send me in the right direction to find things related to all things pagan.

    27. Lots of information, not a bad book but I can t seem to be able to take The Complete Idiots Guide series seriously really Especially about Witchcraft although I m sure everything in it is correct May be better off with Kate West.

    28. This book is one of my favorites on the subject of Wicca It is simple and easy to read, very through and concise I reccomend it for any beginner

    29. Interesting info but I m not really Wiccan Couldn t get into it.

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