The Craft ebooks

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Author :  K. Amber

This is a great little e-book on the basics of magick. It packs a lot of information into 38 pages. Each section includes review questions and a book list for further study. PDF ebook

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Author : Alex Sanders

The Alexandrian Book of Shadows is 101 page Wiccan book.  Contains the following: The Laws, Wiccan Redes, Various Aphorisms, The Tenets, Casting the Circle, Closing the Circle, The Legend of the Descent of the Godess, Initiation of the First , Second and Third Degree, The Great Rite, Esbat Ritual, The Witches Rune, The Charge, Drawing Down the Moon, The Ancient Call, Great God Cermunnos Invocation, Cone of Power, Wine Blessing, Invocation to the Horned God,  Besom Chant, Yule, Candlemas, Vernal Equinox, Beltane, Midsummer, Lammas, Earth, Water, Fire, Air, The Witches Wheel, The Ways of Making Magic, Power, Properly Prepared, The Meeting Dance, Of Calls, The Cone of Power, To Leave the Body, The Working Tools, Making Tools, To Make Anointing Ointments, Various Instructions, The Witches Round… and more. PDF ebook

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Author : Gerald Gardner

This is the text of the Gardnerian Book of Shadows. In one sense, this is the central sacred text of the Wicca religion. However, it is important to point out that there is no ‘official’ Book of Shadows. Typically each coven has a hand-written copy of a Book of Shadows, sometimes in cypher or code, which reflects its own practices and knowledge. PDF ebook

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A True History of Witchcraft

Author : Allen Greenfield

To arrive at some perspective on what the modern mythos called, variously, “Wicca”, the “Old Religion”, “Witchcraft” and “Neopaganism” is, we must firstly make a firm distinction; “witchcraft” in the popular informally defined sense may have little to do with the modern religion that goes by the same name. It has been argued by defenders of and formal apologists for modern Wicca that it is a direct lineal descendent of an ancient, indeed, prehistoric worldwide folk religion.  Some proponents hedge their claims, calling Wicca a “revival” rather than a continuation of an ancient cult. Oddly enough, there may never have been any such cult! PDF ebook

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Author : Various

Here is your chance to get over 30 Occult eBooks at a great price. This is what you will get:

Witchcraft Collection 1

101 Contradictions in the Bible
A True History of Witchcraft
Book One of Wicca
Book Two of Wicca
The Necronomicon Spell Book
The Egyptian Book of the Dead
Witchcraft and Medicine

Witchcraft Collection 2

Alexandrian Book of Shadows
Develop Your Psychic Abilities
Magick Books of Occult Philosophy: Four Volumes by Henry Cornelius Agrippa
The Greater Key of Solomon Book 1 & 2
The Greater Key of Solomon Order of the Pentacles
Interpretation of Dreams
Sacred Text of the Wiccan Religion

Witchcraft Collection 3

Arbatel of Magick
Basic Technologies of Witchcraft
Healing Spells
Herbs and Their Magical Properties
Protection Spells
Sword of Moses
The Order of the GBG
The Truth About the Masons

Laws of Wicca

Drawing Down the Moon
Invocation of the Horned God
The 13 Principles of the Wiccan Belief
The Charge of the Good
The Charge of the Goddess
The Decent of the Goddess
The Four Powers of the Magus
The Great Rite Invocation
The Law of Power
The Three-Fold Law
The Wiccan Rede
The Witches’ Chant
The Witches’ Creed
What is Magick
What is Wicca

If you’ve ever wanted to learn about Wicca and Witchcraft, this eBook collection is a great value! PDF ebook

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Author : W. Winwood Reade

This splendid study masterfully reconstructs the great history, myths and theology of the ancient Druids and illuminates the early religions that spawned them. The book begins with the ancient tales of Osiris and Isis, and what follows is pure enchantment as you enter the long-suppressed mysteries of the Druids.  Through careful and thorough exploration of the rich remnants and writings of Britain’s ancient people, Reade provides a startling account of these political and religious rites forever surrounded by aura and fantasy. Translating mythic and mystical experience into elegant, poetic language, Reade reconstructs the development and eventual decline of this secret society. PDF ebook

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Author : Gerald B. Gardner

In this book Dr. Gardner states that he has found in various parts of England  groups of people who still practice the same rites as the so-called ‘witches’ of the Middle Ages, and that the rites are a true survival and not a mere revival copied out of books. In his easy pleasant style he gives a sketch of similar practices in ancient Greece and Rome, and his wide personal experiences in the Far East  enable him to show that there are many peoples, whether in the Far East or in Great Britain, who still perform acts of worship to the Almighty Giver of Life according to ancient ritual. Though the ritual of Europe is now consonant with modern civilization, the feeling which underlies both the primitive and the civilized is the same: gratitude to the Creator and hope for the Constance of His goodness. PDF ebook

 

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Tarot ebooks

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By Paul Foster Case

Paul Foster Case (1884-1954) was one of the most respected of the American occultists in the early 20th century. “An Introduction to the Study of Tarot” was originally published in 1920 and has been a leading introductory guide for all with an interest in the Tarot. PDF eBook

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The Pictorial Key to the Tarot
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Although there were many Tarot decks prior to the Rider-Waite-Smith deck, and many after, none has gripped the popular imagination as much as this set. Waite covers the significance and deeper implications of each card, and gives practical instructions as to how to conduct a reading. The symbolism of the Rider-Waite-Smith deck is based on profound occult studies by Waite, and his exposition in this book of its use and meaning is un-excelled. This is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the Tarot. PDF ebook

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The Tarot
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Is a brief compendium of divinatory meanings for each card and is as good (if not better) than many similar commercially available compendiums. The tarot (first known as tarocchi, also tarock and similar names), is a pack of cards (most commonly numbering seventy-eight), used from the mid fifteenth century in various parts of Europe to play card games such as Italian Tarocchini and French Tarot. From the late 18th century until the present time the Tarot has also found use by mystics and occultists in efforts at divination or as a map of mental and spiritual pathways. PDF ebook

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Astrology and Tarot
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Astrology and Tarot Cards

For those interested in Astrology and Tarot cards, here you find helpful information about the following:

# Aspects

# Basic Tarot Card Reading

# Dispelling Some Common Myths About Astrology

# Divination Spreads

# Houses

# Planets

# The 12 Zodiac Signs

# The Chart Wheel

# The Major Arcana Cards

# The Minor Arcana Cards

# The Natal Chart

# The Seven Basic Chakras

42 Pages Total. PDF ebook