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Raymond Buckland

Raymond Buckland
Raymond Buckland is the British-born author of many books on practical magick. A protégé of the late Dr. Gerald Gardner, Buckland introduced Gardnerian Wicca to the United States in the 1960s and is a leading authority on witchcraft, voodoo, and the supernatural. He lives in Glenmont, Ohio.

Wicca for Life: The Way of the Craft-From Birth to Summerland
Raymond Buckland
At long last, a comprehensive guide to Wicca for both established followers and newcomers to the Craft, designed to guide the modern Witch through every season and aspect of life. From Wicca's age-old beginnings to its current practice world-wide, Wicca for Life encompasses the rites, rituals, and customs every practitioner needs to know to incorporate this positive magick into his or her life.

Written by Raymond Buckland, the leading U.S. authority on Wicca and its customs, Wicca for Life has been exhaustively researched and organized to provide every practitioner with guidance through the complexities of birth and death, family relationships, careers, sexuality, and far more. Offering the newcomer straightforward advice about becoming a Witch, and the established practitioner advanced guidance such as the means to open channels for posture energy and enhancing natural psychic abilities, this encyclopedic reference is designed to provide both down-to-earth advice and spiritual-enlightenment.

Embracing such themes as feminism, attunement, and planetary care, Wicca for Life also includes reflections on the meaning of magick, a Witch's tools, a Witch's personal development, and a comprehensive reference to color symbolism, magical alphabets, chants and songs, and the magical properties of herbs. Inside these pages, a Witch can begin the journey into the ways of the Craft or discover new ways to enrich the daily practice of life-affirming Wiccan magick.

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