Goodreads Synopsis: In the beginning everything is fresh and new. Learning how to cast a circle, work magick, compile a Book of Shadows, and honor the God and Goddess on esbats and sabbats can be exhilarating. But once you’ve mastered the basics of Witchcraft comes the real challenge of living your faith every moment of every day. Living as a Witch is knowing that you are the magick.
Advanced Witchcraft doesn’t contain any “Wicca 101” information–it assumes that you’re already familiar with the nuts and bolts of the Craft. Instead, this book challenges you to think critically about your beliefs and practices, what they mean to you, how they’ve changed, and where you’re going.
I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately on witchcraft and Wicca and this book is one of the ones I’ve tried to read.
It was interesting because quite early on in the book I realized that I wasn’t quite ready to read this book. There was much more advanced knowledge than I expected, I guess I was looking for more of a medium level book and hoped that this book would be it. It wasn’t, but it was still an interesting read.
I think it was good for me to read it, even if I was a little lost at times. Because it showed me the next steps to take, so it was still helpful. There are a lot of Wiccan beginners books and I’ve read so many of them at this point that they aren’t really helpful anymore. But Advanced Witchcraft inspired me to read more books on meditation, more books about nature and auras.
In the end I didn’t finish every single one of the chapters, but I did read a good deal of it. I gave it four stars on Goodreads.