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Wicca 333: Advanced Topics in Wiccan Belief

Wicca Advanced Topics in Wiccan Belief Divided into hot topics Wicca tries to provide the level of insight and depth of material found in many books without repeating the same tired introductory information that is irrelevant t

Divided into 12 hot topics, Wicca 333 tries to provide the level of insight and depth of material found in many 101 books without repeating the same tired introductory information that is irrelevant to today s advanced student.Touching on topics ranging from the overlooked history of Wicca to creationism, Wicca 333 provides serious information and commentary while oftenDivided into 12 hot topics, Wicca 333 tries to provide the level of insight and depth of material found in many 101 books without repeating the same tired introductory information that is irrelevant to today s advanced student.Touching on topics ranging from the overlooked history of Wicca to creationism, Wicca 333 provides serious information and commentary while often remaining light hearted and fun As always, well documented fact mixes with anecdote, humor and even an imaginary people Author of All One Wicca, Kaatryn MacMorgan once again relies on a text with tools format and a supporting website where readers can ask questions about the material and participate in in depth discussions.Opinionated, experienced and unashamedly Pagan, Wicca 333 takes the discussion of the Wiccan Religion to the next level, where we discover much to our surprise that learning can be exhilarating

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  1. Michael says:
    This is one of those books that makes you think and encourages you to reach your own conclusions rather than just presenting you with a thesis It s presented in the format of an advanced course on Wiccan beliefs, which is a nice way to do it Even the abstract cover image is connected to this, which is explained in a note at the very end of the book after the appendices The author really really really doesn t like Jung and rips everything related to him apart including accusing him and his follow [...]

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