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First let me start with a disclaimer, I have not read this book cover to cover yet. This is an initial impression. I purchased the Kindle edition of this book. I figured 99 cents was a reasonable cost. As of right now I kinda want my money back.
I paged through the book and was right at 54% of the way through before I got to content that wasn't cut and paste directly from the Alexandrian Book of Shadows, which is almost verbatim from the Gardenarian Book of Shadows. Paging through the rest of it I see mainly more copy/paste from other published works, like the Rede, etc. Literally all of the information I have seen available in this book is already contained in other books on my shelf.
I did come across one part that didn't ring any bells. The "7 laws of a solitary witch", and well... I'll just keep my opinion to myself on that part.
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There is no such thing as a moral fact. What is a fact is that Wiccans are nothing but Christians trying to be "edgy". Let me start by criticizing their ridiculous 3 fold law. What is Karma?? A substitute for the Christian god or vice versa. What is right and wrong?? Matters of personal opinions. If someone kills 1 person does that mean 3 people in the killers life will die? Seems like a lot of blind faith to me. See Wiccans believe that even if some one hurts them, revenge is never the answer due to their fear of karma; but all the while hoping that Karma will give that "wrong" back to the offender; inevitably seeking revenge. In short, they have an ego that they cannot accept so they externalize it something they call god or karma. If you're into weakness and hypocritical self deceit, this is the book for you.