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A Witch Alone: The Essential Guide for the Solo Practitioner of the Magical Artsby Marian Green
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You don't have to belong to a coven to practice magic. You may prefer to walk the magical path alone, connecting to a rich and ancient heritage of solo magic users. The wise woman, the druid, the hermit, the wizard, and the shaman all connect to their magical energy in a "group" of one. With only yourself to rely on, magic becomes an introspective act. Commune with nature on your own and form a deeper, stronger connection with the stars, the sun, and the moon.
A Witch Alone is a valuable guide, full of lessons and spells for the solo Wiccan. Each chapter examines a different part of the pagan path, including information about herbs, the Healing Arts, Moon Magic and Solar Cycles, and recovering the "Old Ways." If you're intent on walking your path alone, A Witch Alone is the only companion you'll need for the journey.
With an emphasis on white, practical magic, this bestselling classic to witchcraft explores the tradition of the solo village witch. Written for serious practitioners, "A Witch Alone" guides those who wish to learn the "old religion" without the aid of a coven.
About the Author
Marian Green is an author who has been working in the field of ceremonial and folk magic since the early 1960s. Today Marian writes, teaches, and runs correspondence and residential courses. She lives in England.
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