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    Deepening Witchcraft

    Well, I just finished this last night and I have to say, thank you very much for writing it!

    I found the sections at the end about teaching and community particularly helpful, and I'm sure I'll be referring to the public ritual section often as I become more involved with our local group.

    Thank you again, Grey Cat!
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    Thank you so much! I'm really glad that you found it helpful.
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    I can't tell you how long I've been looking for a good, solid list of what a Level 1 initiate needs to know. Now I know what I need to tell my sister and hubby to read up on. I wish I had that list when I was learning (not that I've stopped now )!
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    Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed Deepening Witchcraft. Picked it up on a whim, and it was refreshing to read. Loved the insights into working with others; the pagan community needs more books like it.

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