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Wicca Finding Your Path: A Beginner’s Guide to Wiccan Traditions, Solitary Practitioners, Eclectic Witches, Covens, and Circles Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 4164 KB
- Publication Date : September 25, 2015
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 96 pages
- Publisher : Chamberlain Publications (Wicca Shorts) (September 25, 2015)
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B015UT4RA4
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #78,532 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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And another thing I find so helpful is that she makes a point of giving the reader leads to follow to learn more about what ever she writes about. This was such a blessing for me in this particular book, "Wicca Finding Your Path..."; because I was not expecting very much more than basic information that I have heard before. Please forgive me for my quick and unfounded assumption especially since I knew better, but there is an explanation. Honestly, I don't like to talk about it (to make excuses) but I have ADHD (my 3 kids too, and we are a crazy wild bunch), but the point is I often skip over the long titles of books as I did here. Big ops! Because this book has so much more information about how to move forward and every opportunity is followed by a lead or more. So if you are thinking about possibly reading this book for any reason, read it! You have nothing to lose.
And I want to say a special thank you to Lisa Chamberlain, and all the wonderfully honest authors, who share their gifts with us so we too can learn to share ours. And to all... Blessed Be!
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Covering both the choice between Coven, Circle and Solitary practices - the pros and cons and what to be cautious of - and the different traditions from Gardnerian all the way to Druidic Wicca - what separates them and how they are usually practiced i.e. Coven, Solitary, etc - this book explores each different variant in a non-biased style so the reader can make an informed decision as to which paths to explore further in order to find that which will ultimately suit them best.
My only criticism (but not enough to deduct a star) is that I personally would have liked the book to be a little more in-depth when it comes to the different traditions and not just highlight facts such as they have different Gods and Goddesses, but to name them or at least the Pantheons to which they belong, as some branches are more difficult to find reliable research material than others. Therefore, a more advanced volume would be invaluable and I hope something that the author will consider in the future. In addition to this, instructions on how to find a Coven or Circle I found a little vague and I imagine extremely daunting for many. In my experience the internet is useful, but pagan shops usually can be informative regarding what is in the local area and organisations such as The Children of Artemis are often recommended in other books as they too can help point those interested in the right direction. However, the author’s website, “WiccaLiving”, has an extensive reading list and perhaps will include other resource links as time goes on.
Overall, for a beginner, this is full of information difficult to find so concisely in other books and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to someone new to Wicca.
This is the perfect book for someone interested in the Craft and not sure where to begin. Don't be put off by its length as the information it contains is really good.
Recommended to those starting out and wanting to know what options are open to them.
Good luck to you all on your journey and buy this book ;)