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Witchcraft: A Mystery Tradition

by Raven Grimassi

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Grimassi explores the tenets of modern Wicca in the context of a mystery religion—one defined my a direct knowledge of deity. The book justifies recreating Wiccan practices based on “genetic memory” in the absence of a written or oral history. Although completely lacking in documentation, the book includes a bibliography; however, none of the cited words were published earlier than 1963, and most were published in the last decade. This does not lend much credence to a work about a religion that is older than Christianity. ( )
  hermit_9 | Jan 16, 2008 |
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Understanding the Mystery Teachings of Witchcraft is essential for anyone wishing to enrich their Craft. World-renowned author and scholar Raven Grimassi guides readers down the well-worn path to these Mystery traditions by exploring their roots in myths, legends, verses, and lore.

Witchcraft: A Mystery Tradition provides a cultural and mythical context that helps readers gain insight into these Mystery themes. Drawing upon the long-standing traditional European Witchcraft and occult concepts and tenets, Grimassi constructs a cohesive mythos that supports and unifies the Sabbats and their associated deities. Also provided are techniques for aligning with the "momentum of the past," a powerful current of knowledge and energy available to all Witches.

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