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Real Witches' Craft

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A follow-up to the best selling The Real Witches' Handbook. The book includes more practical advice on becoming a Wiccan and teaches the skills and techniques necessary for celebrating this craft.

This book enables you to take your magic on to the next level and provides the further skills and techniques for powerful magic making. It provides the sort of guidance and develo
Published October 3rd 2005 by Harper Element
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Oct 06, 2011 added it
I bought this book for my daughter when she was in grade 4...She wanted to become Wiccan, but didn't read the whole book, now I am loving it and thinking of converting my pool-less back yard into a sacred circle! Life takes you places...:)
E.B. Johnson
Apr 04, 2016 rated it really liked it
Really enjoyed this book, especially the meditation and visualization work. Worth a read for more than just Wiccans. Great, positive information.
Arancha Ch. Gonzalez
Para el uso que lo he leído, es perfecto. Explica con claridad y sencillez las bases de este tema para los neófitos.
Christine Powell
Sep 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book. I do happen to enjoy Kate West's book anyway but this one has become one of my favorites. It's not a Wiccan 101 book or a drain on the same odd ideas and techniques, it's a book overflowing with techniques to advance skills. If you take the time to do the exercise in the book, this book can truly advance your skills. Admittedly it's probably not a good read for newbies but for those that know the basics and are searching for a book to advance to deeper and more powerful skill ...more
Conure Hermary
Jan 18, 2016 rated it really liked it
A pretty good book with excellent ideas on how to meditate, introduce yourself to the elements and how to go about writing in a witchy journal. While not quite what I expected, it is a good book for the advanced student. A book well worth the read :)
Apr 11, 2019 rated it liked it
This was an easy 'dip in and out' book to read and truthfully I had it for many years before I actually sat down and read the whole thing. I think I would have given this book a higher rating when I was younger, but now that I'm a bit more experienced in my path I find myself a bit more critical.

Let's start with the good things:
- Can I just say, wow does Kate West create pretty books! Yes it's superficial, but I love the overall look and cover design of her 'real witch' series. They just make y
Kelley Midgett
Jun 05, 2018 rated it it was ok
Used the word Whilst in almost every other sentence. Very annoying. Seems as though she was writing from a mish-mash of different sources she neglected to cite. Most of what she was writing was nonsense and she totally ignored very important Wiccan and the Craft tenents like the Wiccan Rede. She quoted it several times throughout the book but then she also had an entire chapter on negative spells being directed at the witch but also sending negative spells right back at the person. This does not ...more
Ariel Pritchard
I picked up this book as a teenager, and while it is full of practices and information useful to a new person on the path, it is one of the books which use "Witchcraft" and "Wicca" interchangeably, and much of it will only resonate with those who identify as a Wiccan.
Cinty Herrejon
3.5 ⭐
Megan  Kell
Oct 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Very informative! Really good and explaining things and making it easy to read. Enjoyed it very much. Recommend for me who are starting out.
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The author of over a dozen books, Kate West (United Kingdom), has become the U.K.'s most successful author on Witchcraft. She is the recipient of a Lifetime Contribution to Witchcraft award and has been recognized as the most popular factual writer on Witchcraft by Children of Artemis, the fastest growing Witchcraft organization in the U.K. and Europe. Formerly the Vice President of the Pagan Fede ...more

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