WICCAPEDIA BOOK REVIEW

Saturday, 8 June 2019


If you're looking to become spiritually awakened, or just a little more spiritual in general, then please do consider Wicca and Paganism. Although not for everyone, Wicca and Paganism are based on the love of the earth, nature, moon cycles, and many other positive things. Reading the Wiccapedia will enlighten you, and your view on spirituality, and in my opinion – that is why the Wiccapedia is a must-read for anybody who may be just slightly interested in Wicca...

Containing everything you need to learn about spirituality, witchcraft, Paganism, and Wicca, the Wiccapedia is perfect for newbie witches or anyone who is interested in learning more. 

Complete with spells, lists of must-have crystals and herbs, explanations about angel numbers/numerology, and a whole host of other useful information that covers chakras, meditations, working with your third eye, divination, talking boards, covens, altars, and more!

I purchased this book three/four months into my Wiccan journey and around eleven months into my spiritual awakening. I became Wiccan during the end of summer 2018, but have been spiritually involved since January 2018. 

Because I was already heavily involved with spirituality and Wicca, this book was so interesting to me due to me already understanding some of the phrasing, rituals, spells, and correspondences. But I still learnt SO much from this book in such a short space of time, and even now, I still learn something new whenever I have a flick through this book. 

With two narrators throughout, this book is insightful and full to the cover with information that you will use for years to come. I really love how there's two authors, as this gives different insights from different people, with their own unique experiences with Wicca, Paganism, and spirituality in general. The book is written in such a natural way – almost chatty, but still very informative too. 

With a section for spells for health, wealth, and positivity (which I am always referring back to), a section for candle magick (something which I am heavily involved in), a section for the lunar cycles (something I am learning more and more about day by day), and many more sections too, as well as another of my favourite sections which is about herbs and their properties within Witchcraft and Wicca.

I am in love with this book – it's almost like a ready written out BOS (Book of Shadows). Obviously I still have my own personal BOS which I am constantly documenting my Wiccan journey in. Maybe I'll write a post about my personal BOS sometime, would that be of interest?

I think this book is brilliant for referring back to again and again for tips and refreshers. Perfect for if you happen to forget the name of a specific herb, crystal, or when a spell should be performed (under which cycle of the moon etc...). 

Are you interested in Wicca? Do you think that this book would hold your interest? Let me know below!


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