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To Light A Sacred Flame: Practical…

To Light A Sacred Flame: Practical Witchcraft for the Millenium (RavenWolf… (edition 2002)

by Silver RavenWolf

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Title:To Light A Sacred Flame: Practical Witchcraft for the Millenium (RavenWolf To Series)
Authors:Silver RavenWolf
Info:Llewellyn Publications (2002), Edition: 1st, Paperback, 360 pages
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This, and the other Silver Ravenswolf books I own are rubbish. I bought them off ebay as a batch having been recommended them by several people on a UK pagan website, when I was exploring witchcraft/Wicca. Needless to say, I haven't accepted any recommendations from that site since! I can't even get rid of them 'cos anyone who knows anything about witchcraft knows they are rubbish :( ( )
  mlfhlibrarian | Sep 26, 2013 |
This book was okay and is great for working on focusing your mind but I've found that the more I read Silver's works I don't like her as an author. She speaks of not hating other religions and respecting them but talks down about Christian's etc. She focuses entirely too much on complicated rituals and what real witches are and are not. Although I will not be getting rid of her books I will be taking all of her writings with a grain of salt. ( )
1 vote willowsilvhorse | Feb 25, 2010 |
While Silver Ravenwolf has been trashed of late, I am sure most of us in the craft got our early start with her books. I find it sad that that so many choose to ignore the fact that this series is a wonderful introdudtion for those who have no other context. Nope - it ain't rocket science...but she opens the door and let's the reader make the decisions. I would (& have) recommend these books because they are so down-to-earth and easy to read. ( )
  spiritpuma | Aug 24, 2009 |
I experienced hours of spiritual and personal enlightenment as I searched my soul for the reason why I would buy this book after already reading another of this woman's books. Those hours would have been better spent contemplating a better book.

The cover is very nice, though. ( )
2 vote Ragnell | Dec 23, 2006 |
[S] I havn't read this, and I may not. I bought the 3 silver ravenwolf books together and have since been told that they are awful.
  bluecream | Feb 26, 2006 |
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Originally released in 1999, this bestselling guide to magickal practices-based on the experiences and successes of a third-degree working Witch-has been revised and updated! Written for today's seeker, To Light a Sacred Flame contains techniques that unite divinity with magick, knowledge, and humor.
• New cover • New interior design • New edit • Updated artwork
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