3 thoughts on “Witchcraft: Wicca for Beginner’s, Book of Shadows, Candle Magic, Herbal Magic, Wicca Altar (Witchcraft supplies, Witchcraft Books, Witchcraft Spell Books 5)”

  1. 46 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    but I still like to read books on the subject, April 16, 2018
    By 
    Ruth Pace (Buffalo)

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    This review is from: Witchcraft: Wicca for Beginner’s, Book of Shadows, Candle Magic, Herbal Magic, Wicca Altar (Witchcraft supplies, Witchcraft Books, Witchcraft Spell Books 5) (Kindle Edition)
    I’m a seasoned Witch and Wiccan, but I still like to read books on the subject. So I thought I’d get this series for my kindle. The price wasn’t bad, but I think I could have found a better use for 7 bucks.
    I found this book to be totally ridiculous. The author puts forth a lot of erroneous statements, even actually referring to Harry Potter, which we all know is FICTION.
    And oh my gosh – all over the book she says “if you don’t do this, or don’t that, use this thing, or don’t use this thing, your spells will not work or they will go horribly wrong.”
    The author also doesn’t seem to know the difference between the religion called Wicca and the craft, the art of doing magic, which is called Witchcraft.
    All the reliance on ‘must have’ items, such as altar cloths, a ‘balanced’ number of candles on the altar, even clothing — I came away from this series of ‘books’ with laughter. Certain clothing is absolutely required according to this author — apparently she never heard of ‘skyclad.’
    I like what another reviewer said – that this book comes away looking like a high school term paper. But in actuality, it sounds more like a 13 year old who copied and pasted a bunch of stuff off the internet.

    In regards to all the ‘must have’ equipment — did witches of 500 years ago have all that stuff? NO.
    The power of a witch is in herself. It’s nice to have colored candles and a nice altar cloth – incense and all that stuff – but Deity doesn’t care about that, and won’t be ‘offended’ if you don’t have a certain type of darned candle.
    You can certainly use all those tools if you like, it helps you consecrate on the task at hand, but as a witch’s power grows, you find you don’t need all that stuff.

  2. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Skip it, November 23, 2017
    By 
    Amazon Customer (Nashville, TN United States)

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    This book was practically unreadable. The writing reads like a high school term paper. Also, much of the information is just wrong. I shut the book and returned it when I got to the part where it said the Salem Witch trials were in the 1800s, which of course they were not.
  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good guide, very long and in-depth, February 9, 2017
    By 
    Around The Mall, LLC

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    This review is from: Witchcraft: Wicca for Beginner’s, Book of Shadows, Candle Magic, Herbal Magic, Wicca Altar (Witchcraft supplies, Witchcraft Books, Witchcraft Spell Books 5) (Kindle Edition)
    This book is very long, but that’s not a bad thing. It is a very good guide on Witchcraft and how to cast spells. Very crazy as I never knew something like this was possible. The guide contains “Recipes” for applying witchcraft with directions on what to do. Interesting book and a lot of content for your money.
    I was asked to leave an honest review on this book.

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