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What do witches really do? What is it like to be a witch? Experience the process through the eyes of Stewart Farrar, author, journalist and witch, as he describes in detail the activities and practices of modern day witches. When Stewart first starting writing "What Witches Do", he was 'an interested agnostic' writing from an objective viewpoint. But by the time the book was finished he had been initiated into the mysteries of Wicca, and was destined to become internationally known as one of the worlds leading writers on the subject. Even though now almost 40 years old, the material and philosophy that Stewart discusses within remains as relevant today as it did in the early 1970s. Retrace those life changing steps with Stewart as he explores the magic, ritual and mystery of life in a coven. The book now also includes Stewart's research material which sheds new light on his involvement with 'King of the Witches', Alex Sanders, founder of the Alexandrian Tradition.
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Stewart Farrar was one of the world's best-known writers on the subject of Wicca. His books (written with his wife, Janet) which include Eight Sabbats for Witches and The Witches' Way, published by Robert Hale, became standard works. Stewart was also a successful writer of occult novels and of television and radio plays. He lived with his wife in Co. Meath, Ireland, until his death in 2000.Review:
'At last, a really intelligent well-written and informative book on present-day witchcraft.' The Australian 'An engrossing portrayal of the modern coven at work.' Yorkshire Morning Telegraph 'An excellent book about a subject which is too often distorted by sensationalism.' The Book Exchange
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Book Description Robert Hale, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110709090145