To Ride a Silver Broomstick: New Generation Witchcraft
Selling more than 300,000 copies, this popular guide to the Craft has been helping a new generation of Witches-those practicing or wishing to practice the Craft on their own-for over a decade. Filled with Silver RavenWolf's warmth, humor, and personal anecdotes, To Ride a Silver Broomstick... show more
Selling more than 300,000 copies, this popular guide to the Craft has been helping a new generation of Witches-those practicing or wishing to practice the Craft on their own-for over a decade. Filled with Silver RavenWolf's warmth, humor, and personal anecdotes, To Ride a Silver Broomstick introduces the science and religion of the craft. • New cover • New interior design • New edit • Updated artwork
Publish date: September 8th 2002
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications
Pages no: 360
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, New Age
Series: New Generation Witchcraft (#1)
When I originally picked the book up nearly a decade ago, it might have gotten three stars. Unfortunately, the book is simply outdated--there are entire chapters devoted to letter writing and CDs, but nary a mention of the internet at all. The original edition was rewritten in the 90s, yes, but almo...
I know that many Pagans do not like Silver Ravenwolf, but I've always enjoyed her books, both fiction and non-fiction. This book is no exception. She offers the same information as any other author on the subject, but in a much more lighthearted and down to earth style. As with any other book concer...
Very nicely detailed, information filled book for anyone interested in or learning more about Silver Ravenwolf's brand of Witchcraft. Includes handy "further reading" recommendations at the end of each chapter along with a little "homework" session to get you working and thinking. Her "lingo" someti...
I read this ages ago & while I recall there was a few bits of useful info regarding a look at a "non=traditional" religion there was also a lot of ridiculous things. The tone of this book was also quite troublesome as it read as if Ravenwolf was "talking down" to her audience instead of sharing info...