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Title: Suggested Reading for the First Degree
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(Date Posted:01/24/2009 23:33 PM)
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I finally took the time to compile all the resources I personally used on my First Degree journey. Some of them I read completely, others just used as research resources. This is by no means comprehensive. Nor is it a recommended reading list. Just some things that helped me on the journey.
 
If you have resources you have used I am sure others in training would love to know of them. Hope this list is helpful!
 
Love and Blessings ~ Lady Majyk
 
Lesson 1
 
Once and Future Goddess - Elinor Gadon
The Witches God and the Witches Goddess - the Farrars
The Golden Bough - Sir James Frasier
Hero with a Thousand Faces - Joseph Campbell
 
Lesson 2
 
Celtic Mythology - Rutherford
Mythology: The Illustrated Anthology of World Myth and Storytelling - ed. Littleton
The Masks of God: Occidental Mythology - Joseph Campbell

Lesson 3
 
The Sabbat Collection published by Llwellyn
Yule - Dorothy Morrison
Candlemas - Amber K & Azreal Arynn K
Ostara - Edain McCoy
Beltane - Raven Grimassi
Midsummer - Anna Frankin
Lammas - Anna Franklin and Paul Mason
Mabon - Madden
Halloween - Ravenwolf
 
Lesson 4
 
Pagan Family Life board
 
Lesson 5
 
Psychic Protection - Ted Andrews
 
Lesson 6
 
Complete Guide to Magick and Ritual - Eason
Sacred Round - Elen Hawke
 
Lesson 7
 
The Craft - Morrison
 
Lesson 8
 
Real Magic - Issac Bonewits
Philosophy of Wicca - Amber Fisher
 
Lesson 9
 
Enchantment of the Faery Realm - Ted Andrews
 
Lesson 10
 
Wheels of Life - Anodea Judith
The Yoga Tradition - Georg Fuerstein
The Mythic Image - Joseph Campbell
 
Lesson 11
 
The Findhorn Garden - The Findhorn Community
The Wiccan Mysteries - Raven Grimassi
Your Aura and your Chakras: The Owners Manual - Karla McLaren
 
Lesson 12
 
The Rise of the Celts - Henri Hubert
The Origins of Modern Witchcraft - Ann Moura
The Eliade Guide to World Religion - Eliade and Couliano
 
Lesson 13
 
Living Wicca - Scott Cunningham
The Mist Filled Path - F. MacEowen
 
Lesson 14
 
Book of Shadows - Phyllis Curott
WitchCrafting - P. Curott
 
Lesson 15
 
Drawing Down the Moon - Margot Adler
Paganism: An Introduction to Earth Centered Religions - Higgenbotham
The Way of the Shaman - Michael Harner
The Triumph of the Moon - R. Hutton

Books of First Degree:

These are suggested books for your beginning Library that will help you along your first degree path.

(*Required Reading)

 

*The Witches God and the Witches Goddess - the Farrars

*The Complete Book of Witchcraft - Raymond Buckland

The Craft - Morrison

*Solitary Wicca - Scott Cunningham

*Living Wicca - Scott Cunningham

*Exploring Candle Magick - Patricial Telesco

Everyday Magick - Morrison

Drawing Down the Moon - Margot Adler

The Spiral Dance - Starhawk

Incense, Oils and Brews - Scott Cunningham

*Magical Herbalism - Scott Cunningham

Herbal Magick - Gerina Dunwich

*Celebrate the Earth - Laurie Cabot

*Moon Magick - D.J. Conway

The Crystal Bible - Judy Hall

Animal Speak - Ted Andrews

A Kitchen Witch's Cookbook - Patricia Telesco

Witch's Brew - Patricia Telesco

 

The Sabbat Collection published by Llwellyn

  • Yule - Dorothy Morrison
  • Candlemas - Amber K & Azreal Arynn K
  • Ostara - Edain McCoy
  • Beltane - Raven Grimassi
  • Midsummer - Anna Frankin
  • Lammas - Anna Franklin and Paul Mason
  • Mabon - Madden
  • Halloween - Ravenwolf

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