Hereditary Witchcraft: Secrets of the Old Religion

June 3, 2015 - Comment

Discover the real sources of many of the traditions, beliefs, and techniques of modern Witchcraft! And what author Raven Grimassi reveals in Hereditary Witchcraft is the documented ancient roots of the Old Religion. One-by-one, Grimassi goes through the tenets of Witchcraft and shows their ancient sources. The association of the pentagram with Witchcraft goes back

Discover the real sources of many of the traditions, beliefs, and techniques of modern Witchcraft! And what author Raven Grimassi reveals in Hereditary Witchcraft is the documented ancient roots of the Old Religion.

One-by-one, Grimassi goes through the tenets of Witchcraft and shows their ancient sources. The association of the pentagram with Witchcraft goes back at least 2,500 years. The idea of the four elements goes back to a philosopher named Empedocles of Sicily in around 475 B.C.E. The practice of many covens today of having a Priestess, Priest, and Maiden can be traced back over 2,000 years to ancient Pompeii.

This book is filled with history, myth, and folklore. But it is also filled with rituals and techniques that you can do. On these pages you will learn how to prepare and banish a magic circle. You’ll learn rituals you can do by yourself, including those for the Solstices, Diana’s Day, and Cornucopia. With this information you can become a follower of the Old Ways!

Of course, one of the most famous aspects of Witchcraft is magick. Grimassi doesn’t disappoint here, either. You’ll learn runic magick and divination; you’ll learn about doing magick with the Moon and stars; you’ll learn secret symbols and the powers of herbs.

If you are a Witch—or you’re thinking about becoming a Witch—this is one of the most important books you could possibly have. You’ll find the documentation to support the antiquity of your beliefs and the way Witchcraft is practiced today. This book is both a guide for everyday life and a resource to discover Wiccan origins. If you don’t have a copy of this book, get one today. You’ll use it for the rest of your life.

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"starrwalker" says:

Well researched documentation Unlike many authors on the modern practice of Witchcraft, this author provides historical documentation that supports his claims. His presentation of Italian Witchcraft, as he reveals it, is rooted firmly in the classical era writings on Roman Witchcraft as well as trial transcripts from the Inquisition in Venice and 19th century writings by primary Italian folklorists who investigated Witchcraft in northern and central Italy.What I found of particular interest is the historical…

Amazon Customer "Kalimir" says:

Italian Witchcraft revisited One of the advantages of reading an author like Raven Grimassi is that you don’t have to worry about whether or not the information is correct or not. He is the Grimass, the head of the clan, and a leading authority on the subject of Italian Witchcraft. His information is accurate, timely, and well-written. Each book he writes, you think he couldn’t do another and yet he has a wealth of information for todays student.This book is presented like a Book of Shadows. He begins with a…

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