What book would you recommend to learn about Wicca?

United States
May 9, 2007 10:09am CST
I enjoy learning about other beliefs. My friend suggested that I look into Wicca as she thinks my beliefs my fit in there. What books would you recommend for this?
2 responses
@Galena (9124)
9 May 07
for a more accurate view of Wicca, anything by Gardner, of course, The Witches Bible by the Farrars for a more in depth view of the ritual side, and The Triumph of the Moon by Historian Prof. Ronald Hutton for its history.
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@Ravenladyj (22992)
• United States
9 May 07
I had a copy of the Witches Bible by the Farrars yrs ago and couldnt get into it myself..I just found it TO textbookie...mind you I cant stand that style of writing LOL if you cant keep my interest within the first chapter I'm sellin you on Ebay LOL
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@Galena (9124)
9 May 07
hehe. it is very textbookie. I just find it quite interesting. it's all so over the top.
• United States
9 May 07
Thanks for the input. I am more of a cliffs notes kind of person unless I have decided I am really interested in it.
• Philippines
20 Jun 07
try reading books of Eileen Holland. you can find her at www.open-sesame.com..... NEVER read books of Aleister Crowley! BLESSED BE!!!
• United States
21 Jun 07
Thanks for the suggestion! I will look at them.