Solitary Witch is the ultimate Book of Shadows for today's new witches. Definitely not meant for instawitches, this audiobook will give you a thorough understanding of the history and development of magick in the Western world, the evolution of Wicca as a religion, the theory and practice of both ritual and folk magick, and the spiritual depth of the craft. This audiobook is like a grimoire from days gone by. Laden with useful information throughout, it's up to you to decide how to use it. Solitary Witch will serve as an encyclopedia of magickal information for any witch as long as your mind is open, your heart is true, and your will is strong.
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What an awful dissapointment
if people exist who would enjoy this book, i dont know who they are, nor do i care to.
Wow... where oh where to begin? to start i will say, i got to somewhere in the 39th chapter before the relentless preachiness actually brought vomit to the back of my throat. in that time i can honestly say in the very rare moments when this book is not giving useless sarcasm, and an ironic feel of being judged by a christian ministers wife, there were a few moments where some interesting points of wiccan/pagan history/folklore was shared. as for any of the specific majik offered in this... um... well, i will not, not due to my lack in the subject, but considering the source, this is no opinion i will ever recommend following.
the only thing i have to say about pams performance is that i got the feeling she actually identified with the judgmental tone of the author. so if she was just doing her job, reading this piece of trash for a buck, then i cant blame her.
if you remove all of the nonsense, i feel like theres a really decent pamphlets worth of pagan history in there.
listen at your own risk... youve been warned.