The Gardnerian Book of Shadows

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The Gardnerian Book of Shadows

The Gardnerian Book of Shadows The Book of Shadows is a collection of magical and religious texts of Wicca and other Neopagan witchcraft traditions containing the core rituals magical practices ethics and philosophy of a Wiccan

  • Title: The Gardnerian Book of Shadows
  • Author: Gerald B. Gardner
  • ISBN: 9780559121616
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Book of Shadows is a collection of magical and religious texts of Wicca and other Neopagan witchcraft traditions, containing the core rituals, magical practices, ethics and philosophy of a Wiccan or other tradition In Wicca, it is normally copied by hand from the book of one s initiating High Priestess or Priest, who copied theirs from their initiator In modern Ecle The Book of Shadows is a collection of magical and religious texts of Wicca and other Neopagan witchcraft traditions, containing the core rituals, magical practices, ethics and philosophy of a Wiccan or other tradition In Wicca, it is normally copied by hand from the book of one s initiating High Priestess or Priest, who copied theirs from their initiator In modern Eclectic Wiccan terminology, however, a Book of Shadows is a personal magical journal rather than a traditional text.Within traditional lineaged forms of Wicca there are a number of versions of the Book of Shadows, their contents varying to a greater or lesser degree from the early versions belonging to Gerald Gardner, who first popularised Wicca While Gardner seems to have originally treated the book as a personal journal, it has come to be considered a religious text in most traditions Quote from Table of Contents Publisher s Preface Casting The Circle Drawing Down The Moon The Charge lift Up The Veil The Initiation First Degree Initiation Second Degree Initiation Third Degree Cakes And Wine The Sabbat Rituals November Eve The Sabbat Rituals February Eve The Sabbat Rituals May Eve The Sabbat Rituals August Eve On Chants To Help The Sick The Scourge And The Kiss The Priestess And The Sword The Warning Of The Ordeal Of The Art Magical The Eightfold Way To Gain The Sight Power Properly Prepared The Meeting Dance To Leave The Body The Working Tools Skyclad A Revision Of The Casting Procedure The Prose Charge Cakes And Wine The Sabbat Rituals Spring Equinox The Sabbat Rituals Summer Solstice The Sabbat Rituals Autumn Equinox The Sabbat Rituals Winter Solstice The Eightfold Path Or Ways The First degree Initiation The Second degree Initiation The Third degree Initiation The Witches Chant Or Rune Consecrating Tools The

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    1. Rachel Jackson on said:

      I've been on a mission recently to read as many religions texts as I can lay hands on, and after accumulating the more common ones, I decided to set foot into witchcraft. Now that I have, I'm not entirely sure I can explain what it is. I read Gerald Gardner's Book of Shadows online, so it's probably a different version than this book, but I left feeling partly confused, partly disgusted and partly embarrassed. It's a combination of those three that is found in the magic of witchcraft, where peop [...]

    2. Sarah on said:

      It's nice to know what this branch of Wicca practices but not for me. Plus, I can't figure out WHY it will not let me adjust the ebook so I can read it vertically rather than horizontally. It doesn't take long to read, although the old English is rather rough if you're not used to it.

    3. Jim Amy on said:

      A pretty good Book of Shadows if a little simplistic. I understand that practically all Wiccan Books of Shadows are based upon or, at least, inspired by it.

    4. Frankie Millaire pelletier on said:

      This was Gardner's way of telling the readers about witchcraft without revealing too much A must read for Wiccan followers from none other but the father of Wicca

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