By Edain McCoy
The sweetness and straightforwardness of paganism might by no means be extra glaring than in Witta. The outdated faith of eire prescribes no intricate instruments, ritual costume or inflexible and intimidating initiation rites. The magick and the ritual phrases come from in the center of the practitioner. detect the mythology that formed their deities and find out about the Sabbats which honor them. Under-stand the facility of homespun spell-crafting and start up spirit touch.
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Witta: An Irish Pagan Tradition (Llewellyn's World Religion & Magick) by Edain McCoy