Solitary Wicca for Life: Complete Guide to Mastering the Craft on Your Own
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Solitary Wicca for Life: Complete Guide to Mastering the Craft on Your Own

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If you prefer a solitary approach to worship and Witchcraft, this is the book for you. You need sound guidance and tools as you work alone to deepen your knowledge and strengthen your abilities. Author Arin Murphy-Hiscock provides you with everything you need to take your spiritual practice to the next level. Solitary Wicca for Life encourages you to reach beyond the ordin...more
Unknown Binding, 258 pages
Published January 1st 2012 by Provenance Press (first published January 1st 2005)
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Helena
Solitary Wicca for Life from its first sentence distinguishes itself from Wicca 101 books. The author establishes from the onset that this book is targeted towards the intermediate practitioner, pledging to delve further beyond the practices and rituals, offering an alternate point of view to challenge the pre-existing assumptions we hold. With bated breath, I turned to Chapter One, preparing to be thoroughly enlightened and inspired. To my disappointment, neither occurred.
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Elizabeth
Aug 17, 2010 Elizabeth rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Wiccans in search of an intermediate book.
Shelves: magic, ritual, wicca

I came into this book with low expectations. I'd read The Way of the Green Witch: Rituals, Spells and Practices to Bring You Back to Nature, also by Murphy-Hiscock, had been underwhelmed, sold the book, and then kicked myself when I realized I owned another book by her. I put off reading it for years until I finally decided to get it over with and get it off my bookshelves. Surprise: this book is quite good! (So good in fact, that I looked up The Way of the Green Witch to see if I'd misremembere

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Wolfsbane
I cannot say to be satisfied with this book, I wasn't throughout reading it, but the real last straw came with the list of wicca principles, in which the author expresses complete disregard ( if not disrespect) for tradition, and for the History of the Craft. To be concerned about present and future is fine, but nothing just springs into existence from nowhere. As most things, the Craft has a long and honoured tradition and fascinating history that shouldn't , in my opinion, ever be disregarded.
Suzanna
This supposedly intermediate book in my opinion goes against what it sets out to achieve; it is, unfortunately, a rehashing of 101 information. Beginners should get a lot out of it, but more well read readers beware.
Mia McInnis
Lots of great advice for a Practitioner and solitary witch who is looking for information on spells, history and the outlines of the holidays. It gives one a deeper depth than is usually available to the solitary witch.
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Currently a resident of Montreal, Canada, Arin works as a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of Power Spellcraft for Life: The Art of Crafting and Casting for Positive Change (2005), Solitary Wicca for Life: A Complete Guide to Mastering the Craft on Your Own (2005), The Way of the Green Witch (2006), The Way of the Hedge Witch (2009), and Pagan Pregnancy: The Journey From Maiden to Mo...more
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