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  1. #181
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    The Mind of The Druid- Dr. E. Grahm Howe. its a great book full of intriguing ideas, if you can find it.

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    Witch's God, Witch's Goddess and Witch's Bible: Farrars

    Everyday Magic Series: Dorothy Morrison

    Modern Magick: Donald Michael Kraig

    The Evil Eye: The Classic Account of an Ancient Superstition (vol 1) Frederick Thomas Elworthy
    Grimoires: A History of Magic Books by Dr. Owen Davies

    Gods of the Ancient Northmen: Georges Dumezil

    Archaic Roman Religion Vol 1 and 2: George Dumezil

    Religion and Magic in Ancient Egypt: Dr. Rosalie David

    Everyday Life in Babylon and Assyria: Georges Contenau

    Mesopotamia: Writing, Reasoning and the Gods: Jean Bottero

    Oldest Cuisine in the World: Jean Bottero

    Religion in Ancient Mesopotamia: Jean Bottero

    Everyday Life in Ancient Mesopotamia: Jean Bottero

    The Intellectual Adventures of Ancient Man: by Henri Frankfort, H. A. Frankfort, John A. Wilson, and Thorkild Jacobsen


    Bathhouse at Midnight: WF Ryan

    Battling Demons: Michael D. Bailey

    Binding Words: Don C. Skemer

    Conjuring Spirits: Claire Fanger

    Forbidden Rites: Richard Kieckhefer

    Fortunes of Faust: Elizabeth Butler

    Icons of Power: Naomi Janowitz

    Prayer, Magic and the Stars in the Ancient and Late Anique Word: Edited by Scott B. Noegel, Joel Thomas Walker and Brannon M. Wheeler

    Ritual Magic: Elizabeth Butler

    Spiritual and Demonic Magic: DP Walker

    Strange Revelations: Lynn Wood Mollenauer

    Unlocked Books: Benedek Lang

  3. #183
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allytria View Post
    Witch's God, Witch's Goddess and Witch's Bible: Farrars

    Everyday Magic Series: Dorothy Morrison

    Modern Magick: Donald Michael Kraig

    The Evil Eye: The Classic Account of an Ancient Superstition (vol 1) Frederick Thomas Elworthy
    Grimoires: A History of Magic Books by Dr. Owen Davies

    Gods of the Ancient Northmen: Georges Dumezil

    Archaic Roman Religion Vol 1 and 2: George Dumezil

    Religion and Magic in Ancient Egypt: Dr. Rosalie David

    Everyday Life in Babylon and Assyria: Georges Contenau

    Mesopotamia: Writing, Reasoning and the Gods: Jean Bottero

    Oldest Cuisine in the World: Jean Bottero

    Religion in Ancient Mesopotamia: Jean Bottero

    Everyday Life in Ancient Mesopotamia: Jean Bottero

    The Intellectual Adventures of Ancient Man: by Henri Frankfort, H. A. Frankfort, John A. Wilson, and Thorkild Jacobsen


    Bathhouse at Midnight: WF Ryan

    Battling Demons: Michael D. Bailey

    Binding Words: Don C. Skemer

    Conjuring Spirits: Claire Fanger

    Forbidden Rites: Richard Kieckhefer

    Fortunes of Faust: Elizabeth Butler

    Icons of Power: Naomi Janowitz

    Prayer, Magic and the Stars in the Ancient and Late Anique Word: Edited by Scott B. Noegel, Joel Thomas Walker and Brannon M. Wheeler

    Ritual Magic: Elizabeth Butler

    Spiritual and Demonic Magic: DP Walker

    Strange Revelations: Lynn Wood Mollenauer

    Unlocked Books: Benedek Lang
    Just wanted to say, great list, especially the last 12 Magic in History series, interestingly enough, I was just thinking about some of those today, I may order them sometime soon.

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    Magical Herbalism by Cunningham
    Wicca and Wicca: A guide for the Solitary Practioner By Cunningham
    Bucklands Complete Book of Witchcraft by Raymond Buckland
    Hedge Witch and Hedge Witches Way by Rae Beth
    Hedge Rider by Erik de Vries
    Animal Speak and Nature Speak by Ted Andrews
    The Magus by Francis Barret
    Sorgitzak: Old Forest Craft by Veronica Cummer
    Craft of the Wild Witch by Poppy Palin

  5. #185
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    three recommended books

    Hello Everyone,
    I just joined this forum on the suggestion of a colleague and I am finding it very, very interesting. I've gotten some very good suggestions for additions to my book hoard from this thread! lol.

    I am currently reading "Runes: Theory and Practice" by Galina Krasskova. I find it concise, to the point, and completely lacking in sentimentality. It's a refreshing change from many of the books on divination and magic that i've read in the past and I highly recommend it. It's very thorough.

    I've also just started reading: "Signs, Cures, and Witchery" by Gerald Milnes. This book explores German roots of Appalachian folk magic. it's fascinating, but I don't believe the author goes deeply enough into his subject. It would have helped, from my perspective, if he were a practitioner of some form of occult craft. He misses a good deal of the visual symbolism on the images he discusses, for instance (like...runes, the irminsul, etc.). Still, it's one of the few books to focus on the German contribution to Appalachian culture as opposed to the Celtic or Anglo-Saxon.

    I also just finished Kenaz Filan's "Voudou Money Magic" and I highly recommend this book. It's really well done. Filan really nailed the many issues that our culture has with money, and never once is magic recommended as a substitution for poor lifestyle management. I enjoyed this one immensely: it's a good, practical, well-grounded book.

    Anyway, that's my two cents for now.
    Sophie

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    Delores Stewart Riccio's Circle books (Witch fiction. AWESOME!!)

    You've heard of the Jane Austen Book Club? Well, I'd LOVE to be in a Delores Stewart Riccio Book Club! She has 7 "Circle" books out now and they are amazing!

  7. #187
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    I recommend Vivianne Crowley's book called Wicca, Amber Laine Fisher's Philosophy of Wicca, Starhawk's Spiral Dance, and T Thorn Coyle's Evolutionary Witchcraft.

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    I recommend Wicca: A Guide to the Solitary Practitioner by Scott Cunningham; Moon Magic by Dion Fortune.

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