Book: Witchopedia - An A to Z Book of Shadows by Naddya Foxfirecategories: Book, Witchcraft, Pagan, Paganism, New Age, Spiritualism, Reference, Crystals, Herbs, Wicca
Naddya Foxfireabout this book: This is a must-have reference book for pagans and Wiccans everywhere. Organized in an easy-to-read alphabetical manner, this books features information valuable to today's practitioners of Wicca. Witchopedia is chock full of interesting tidbits about crystals, herbs, astronomy, correspondences (things that relate to one another), and holidays. Also included are basic Wicca lessons the author used to teach newcomers in her own coven in West Texas. There are spells and charms, and everything is put together in an A-Z format.
While this book would be useful to anyone who is new to the craft, it's also intended to help the experienced practitioner. How many times have you tried to think about how something relates (corresponds) to something else, but found it difficult to look up in other books? Turn to Witchopedia instead! There's an extensive discussion of astronomy and how the planetary movements and locations of the stars at birth have relevance to life on Earth. There's explanations about the power of crystals and gemstones and how they can be used in magick and healing.
Also, the reader will find a huge listing of herbs and how they can be used in ritual and magick (this is NOT intended in any way to be taken as medical advice, and all herbal supplements should be discussed with your doctor or pharmacist).
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