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The Wiccan Rede is the heart and central tenet of the ancient Wiccan religion, and contains all its fundamental teachings. This pocket-sized edition will show you how to extract the Rede’s wisdom and put it into practice, and how to live by its underlying principle, "an ye harm none, do as thou will."
Each of the Rede’s twenty-six verses, beginning with "Bide the Wiccan Law ye must; in perfect love, in perfect trust" is interpreted separately and in depth to give the reader a comprehensive and practical understanding of the most esoteric pagan beliefs and practices. In a straightforward and personal style, Mark Ventimiglia contexts the Rede with a fascinating account of the history of pagan religion and the beginnings of Christianity.
This handy book gives you a complete philosophical learning system that is easily translated into daily life. A work of integrity, scholarship, and devotion, The Wiccan Rede should be the dear companion of every dedicated, responsible practitioner.
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Mark Ventimiglia is a writer and teacher devoted to seeking spiritual wisdom. He has intensively studied most of the world’s major religious traditions as well as many pagan and shamanistic traditions. He was ordained by the Universal Life Church in 1995, earned his Ph.D. in religious philosophy in 1996, and since 1997 has given lectures and workshops on the Wiccan religion and alternative spirituality. He is the author of The Residence (1999) and The Wiccan Prayer Book (2001). He lives in central Illinois.
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