By Sirona Knight
Bargains not only one yet thirteen fascinating own tales from modern such a lot favorite witches. Compiled and edited through Sirona Knight, a training witch and famous Pagan writer, this one of a kind booklet presents a lens into the interior international of witchcraft as 13 top Wiccan authors describe their religious trips through particular interviews. those thirteen women and men, together with Patricia Telesco, AJ Drew, Ambrose Hawk, woman Sabrina, Skye Alexander, Gerina Dunwich and Dorothy Morrison, clarify how they got here to stroll down the Wiccan course, sharing their insights, emotions, innovations, in addition to describing their life-changing reports. all of them come from diverse backgrounds, reside in numerous components of the realm, and perform varied types of magick. This specific selection of religious trips offers a close-up check out the magickal global of witchcraft, which may end up in multiplied know-how, empowerment, and a extra enriching lifestyles.
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We know the world is changing, and it’s changing at light-speed! And no matter how much you go into denial, it’s not going to go away. Wicca is the one spirituality with the tolerance and openended qualities to integrate these light-speed changes. Wicca is tolerant of just about everything as long as it doesn’t harm or hurt others. That’s one of its best—and revolutionary— qualities. Oneness includes just about everybody, everything, and more! For a Witch like me, Wicca is a spiritual path filled with the bright promise of the future of humankind.
Once I discovered all of the books at the college library, it seemed my thirst for knowledge about the Druids, folklore, Shamanism, miracles, and metaphysics would never be satiated—and so far it hasn’t been. In college I was accepted into a progressive cluster school program at Sonoma State University called The Hutchins School of Liberal Studies. In this program, students work with their faculty advisors to come up with a personal curriculum based on each student’s needs and desires. Classes are structured as discussion groups, where faculty and students discuss subjects such as comparative religion and the writings of Socrates and Plato in a seminar style.
Summer Vacation Studies During summer vacation when I was 15, I took a trip to British Columbia, Canada, where I first learned about the mysteries of the tarot. One of the camp counselors had brought his acoustic guitar and a Rider-Waite Tarot deck. When he wasn’t playing music or driving the bus, he read everyone’s cards. When it came time to read my cards, he told me to pick a card from the deck to signify myself. I chose the High Priestess card, but I never knew why until many years later. From the moment I saw and touched the tarot cards, it was as if I had come home.
A Witch Like Me: The Spiritual Journeys of Today's Pagan Practitioners by Sirona Knight