Rocking the Goddess: Campus Wicca for the Student Practitioner

Rocking the Goddess:
Campus Wicca for the Student Practitioner
by Anthony Paige
Citadel Press

 

This one really surprised me by being such an excellent read: it’s almost Drawing Down the Moon for the college student. The author has interviewed college students practicing Wicca, professors of religious studies, and even the spooked parent of a Wiccan college student. But he doesn’t present this in a dry, please-recite-to-me-your-thoughts-on-Wicca style, instead, he’s simply relating anecdotes, conversation, and stories about real people, not Big Name Pagans.

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Wiccan Wisdom Keepers

Wiccan Wisdom Keepers
by Sally Griffin
Red Wheel/Weiser

 

Wiccan Wisdom Keepers by Sally Griffin is a beautiful book packed with glossy pages and full-color pictures, worthwhile for that alone. However, as the saying goes, you can’t judge a book by its cover — or in this case, photographs. The true value of Griffin’s book lies in the text itself.

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Wiccan Feng Shui: How to Arrange a Magickal Life

Wiccan Feng Shui:  
How to Arrange a Magickal Life  
by Alexandria
Citadel Press

 

In Wiccan Feng Shui, How to Arrange a Magical Life, Alexandria has written a useful, highly readable book. She has interwoven Wiccan practices and tools with the traditional Feng Shui system in an interesting manner, creating a helpful combination of the two disciplines specifically designed for practitioners of Wicca.

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Dark Moon Mysteries: Wisdom, Power and Magic of the Shadow World

Dark Moon Mysteries:
Wisdom, Power and Magic of the Shadow World
by Timothy Roderick
Llewellyn

 

I have always worked closely with the Crone. In fact, my spirit name is a direct reflection of this. So it’s not surprising that one day, when I was browsing at a local bookstore, the title of this book leapt out. I pulled the book from the shelf and sat down, thumbing through the pages. Within minutes I knew I had to add it to my library.

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Exploring Wicca: The Beliefs, Rites, and Rituals of the Wiccan Religion

Exploring Wicca:  
The Beliefs, Rites, and Rituals of the Wiccan Religion  
by Lady Sabrina
New Page Books

 

When I was thirteen, living through an eternal hormone-induced place of damnation, I found my mother’s copy of The Spiral Dance. She had it because she was a feminist; I read it because the idea of being a “witch” sounded cool. I became a witch because Starhawk showed me a place I remembered, a way of being that felt right.

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