From sewing, gardening, and jewelry-making, to calligraphy and lotion- concocting, here are Wicca craft projects for everyone. And with the ritual tools, altars, amulets, candles, mirrors, cauldrons, and a deeper understanding of their meanings, new and veteran Wiccans can enrich their ceremonies, from Esbats and Shabats to magical circles, and from kitchen magick to ritual baths.
?For readers of "The Complete Idiot's Guide? to Wicca and Witchcraft" and "The Complete Idiot's Guide? to Spells and Spellcraft"
?According to FoxNews.com, Wicca is hugely popular on college campuses, and at least two colleges excuse believers from class on Wiccan holidays
?Ideal for both ?sole practitioners? and groups of Wiccans
?Only ?make-your-own? book on Wicca crafts
Miria Liguana spent 14 years as High Priestess of a coven and has a Celtic and Shamanistic background. She learned about modern Wicca from her mother, a practicing ?white witch.? Liguana teaches and practices Wicca in the Pacific Northwest.
Nina Metzner is a practicing Wiccan and holds an M.F.A. from the Iowa Writers? Workshop in creative non-fiction and expository writing.
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