A Grimoire of Shadows: Witchcraft, Paganism, & Magick

November 9, 2015 - Comment

For years it circulated among initiates of Wicca. It was borrowed, adapted, modified, and used. A Grimoire of Shadows by Ed Fitch is truly one of the great underground classics of modern Witchcraft. Now it is available for the first time in its complete original form. Directly or indirectly, this book has helped to start

For years it circulated among initiates of Wicca. It was borrowed, adapted, modified, and used. A Grimoire of Shadows by Ed Fitch is truly one of the great underground classics of modern Witchcraft. Now it is available for the first time in its complete original form. Directly or indirectly, this book has helped to start hundreds of Wiccan traditions — maybe more! Now you can read and study it yourself.

A Grimoire of Shadows is a thorough introduction to magick, ritual, and Neo-Paganism. Originally created as an alternative cycle of rituals for the Gardnerian Craft, it is a complete, self-contained system of magickal training based on Tibetan, Austrian, and ancient Pagan sources.

In A Grimoire of Shadows you will learn about the aura, astral projection, herbalism, Wyvern covens, and Witch-prayers. Magic circles, amulets and charms, invocation and evocation techniques — every aspect of basic Craft practice is outlined and explained clearly and completely. That is why this book is considered one of the most important books in the history of Wicca.

The author, Ed Fitch, is one of the major figures in modern Wicca and Neo-Paganism. In A Grimoire of Shadows, he reveals material never before made public, including an essential guide to starting and operating your own coven. If that is your goal, this book is a must.

But A Grimoire of Shadows is not just for beginners. It gives you all of the information up to the level of the “Inner Court.” This is a must for all Wiccans and Neo-Pagans, as its lore and knowledge will help round out what you already know and give structure to your studies.

You will find yourself referring to A Grimoire of Shadows again and again. It has proven its worth through decades of successful use by people all over the world. Get this book and use it.

Comments

Kirsten M. Houseknecht says:

for those who like an ordered approach…. “A Grimoire of Shadows” was origionally written as a training book for those just entering the Gardnerian tradition of Wicca. It has been added to, and expanded, for publication, and should prove very useful to the new, or advanced, student. None of the secrets of the Gardnerian tradition are revealed, and this book can stand as a tradition in its own right (and has, many eclectic groups started with this book).The training excersizes are very good, and it does an…

RubyQuaynt says:

One of the original texts for modern Neopaganism Most of the reviewers of this book have absolutely no idea what they are talking about, but then why should their reviews be any different from all the others commenting on Neopagan books one reads nowadays? People, why don’t you do your research before opening your mouths and aimlessly letting your words fly?Listen to what reviewer Troyce of Texas has to say about this book, and ignore the people who talk about Druidism, balance, and rolling in their graves. This text is not Wicca…

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