Series: Temple of Witchcraft

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The Inner Temple of Witchcraft: Magick, Meditation and Psychic Development (Penczak Temple Series) by Christopher Penczak1
The Outer Temple of Witchcraft: Circles, Spells and Rituals (Penczak Temple Series) by Christopher Penczak2
The Temple of Shamanic Witchcraft: Shadows, Spirits and the Healing Journey (Penczak Temple Series) by Christopher Penczak3
The Temple of High Witchcraft: Ceremonies, Spheres and The Witches' Qabalah (Penczak Temple Series) by Christopher Penczak4
The Living Temple of Witchcraft Volume One: The Descent of the Goddess by Christopher Penczak5
The Living Temple of Witchcraft Volume Two: The Journey of the God by Christopher Penczak6

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  1. Inner Temple Cd Set: Meditation CD Companion by Christopher Penczak (2002)
  2. The Witch's Shield by Christopher Penczak (2004)
  3. Outer Temple of Witchcraft CD Set by Christopher Penczak (2004)
  4. Earth, Air, Fire & Water: More Techniques of Natural Magic by Scott Cunningham (1991)
  5. Full Contact Magick: A Book of Shadows for the Wiccan Warrior by Kerr Cuhulain (2002)
  6. Grimoire for the Green Witch: A Complete Book of Shadows by Ann Moura (2003)
  7. Coven Craft: Witchcraft for Three or More by Amber K (1998)
  8. The Elements Of Ritual: Air, Fire, Water & Earth in the Wiccan Circle by Deborah Lipp (2003)
  9. Green Witchcraft: Folk Magic, Fairy Lore & Herb Craft by Aoumiel (1996)
  10. To Light A Sacred Flame: Practical Witchcraft for the Millenium by Silver RavenWolf (1999)
  11. Witchcraft Today: The Modern Craft Movement by Chas S. Clifton (1992)
  12. Mabon: Celebrating the Autumn Equinox by Kristin Madden (2002)
  13. Witchcraft: Theory and Practice by Ly de Angeles (2000)
  14. Natural Witchery: Intuitive, Personal & Practical Magick by Ellen Dugan (2007)
  15. To Ride A Silver Broomstick: New Generational Witchcraft by Silver RavenWolf (1993)

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