Wicca

The Practitioner’s Introductory Guide. Symbols, herbs, history, spells, shops, supplies, clothing, courses, altar, ritual, and much more all covered!

The choice to walk the path is personal and the journey will vary. For the beginning Wicca practitioner many questions arise. This guide aims to answer your questions and help you on your path. • What is Wicca • Basic Ethics and Principles of Wicca • The History of Wicca and Witchcraft • Modern Wicca • Wiccan Traditions • Covens and Coven Life • Solitary Practitioners • Other forms of Witchcraft • The Wiccan Deities • Deciding to Become a Witch • Dedicating Yourself to the Craft • Choosing Your Magickal Name • The Magickal Cabinet • Exploring Magickal Tools • Common Wiccan Tools • Storing Magickal Tools • Herbs and Crystals • Understanding Ritual • The Wiccan Personal Altar • Points of Ritual Etiquette • Wiccan Terminology • And Much More Blessed Be!

Casting a Circle

Each time you work magick, you should cast a circle to contain any undirected energies, to concentrate your own energies, and to protect yourself from energies outside the circle. Since the circle is actually a sphere, it’s best to think of it as a “bubble.” It surrounds you on all sides.

There are times and conditions under which you should not cast a circle, however:

  • When you are physically ill.
  • When you are exhausted.
  • When you are unfocused and ill prepared.
  • When you are angry.

The circle should always be filled with positive energy. The steps in casting the circle are as follows:

  • Cleanse the space of negativity by sweeping it out with your broom. Say: Sweep, sweep with this broom

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Riley Star

I love to write books about alternative religion, occult, and spirituality. My books are written for everyone in an easy to read and understandable style. Some of my other titles available on Amazon (and various other book retailers) are ” Wicca. The Practitioner’s Introductory Guide” (ISBN 978-1-941070-13-0) – ” Paganism” (ISBN 978-1-941070-43-7) and “Demonology: Sorting Fact From Fiction: A Field Guide Of Demons In Christianity” (ISBN 978-1-941070-31-4) …. and many more to come! Many of my titles are also available for Kindle on Amazon and as digital eBooks from various online retailers.

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Highly Recommended Introductory Guide

This book is true to its title and I highly recommend it as an introductory guide to Wicca. These is simply a ton of useful and insightful information in a concise manner. If you are new to Wicca or still “figuring it all out” this is a must read. Covers was most intro guides cover but offers much more too. I particularly found the chapter on the ethics and principles of Wicca to be amazing and not easily found in other books I have purchased. Equally praised are the chapters on Modern Wicca and The Wiccan Deities. This should be on the bookshelf of all practitioners or curious.

– Amazon Customer

Wicca

The Practitioner’s Introductory Guide. Symbols, herbs, history, spells, shops, supplies, clothing, courses, altar, ritual, and much more all covered!

The choice to walk the path is personal and the journey will vary. For the beginning Wicca practitioner many questions arise. This guide aims to answer your questions and help you on your path. • What is Wicca • Basic Ethics and Principles of Wicca • The History of Wicca and Witchcraft • Modern Wicca • Wiccan Traditions • Covens and Coven Life • Solitary Practitioners • Other forms of Witchcraft • The Wiccan Deities • Deciding to Become a Witch • Dedicating Yourself to the Craft • Choosing Your Magickal Name • The Magickal Cabinet • Exploring Magickal Tools • Common Wiccan Tools • Storing Magickal Tools • Herbs and Crystals • Understanding Ritual • The Wiccan Personal Altar • Points of Ritual Etiquette • Wiccan Terminology • And Much More Blessed Be!