It is estimated that there are over 1 billion natural born witchcraft practitioners around the world today. This number used to be much smaller due to the dark history and harsh punishments, but interest in Magic, Witchcraft, and contemporary healing has increased exponentially over the past few decades.
People curious about these subjects often had little access to credible information, especially those without a good New Age or Occult bookstore nearby. But the appeal of Witchcraft is also growing in tandem with the increasing complexities of our modern, high-pressured mainstream society.
The world we live in today seems wholly distant from the one our ancestors lived in—a world where humans and Nature were at one, their existence intertwined in the natural cycles of life. Amid all of our gadgets and other man-made distractions, many people forget to take notice of the sheer beauty of the natural world that still surrounds us. Witchcraft teaches us to appreciate the Earth, celebrating the intricate changes in the seasons and everything they bring—from the bounties of the Summer harvest to the cold and darkness of the Winter months, when Mother Nature rests in preparation for the next explosive cycle of life that begins in Spring.
In these texts, Le'Fay instructs his followers on how many witches and witchcraft practitioners lost their lives to common beliefs such as to summon and master spiritual powers, including how to obtain answers to problems from the spirit world.
Foundations of Witchcraft Belief and Practice
The Black Craft was created as an entry point for anyone seeking true information about the origin of religion. It is intended as a direct, in-depth introduction, covering the most basic questions that people curious about witchcraft tend to have to the most difficult questions that advanced witches create. Whether you're just looking to learn more about the beginning of black magic or you want to start practicing yourself, you will have a solid understanding of the essence of witchcraft after reading this book:
- The history of Witchcraft: Its modern foundations as well as its ancient inspirations ✓
- An introduction to the Gods, Goddesses, Lwa and their multiple aspects ✓
- Familiar witchcraft holidays of the Wheel of the Year: the Sabbats and the Esbats ✓
- Shared Core elements of witchcraft ritual, including an overview of ritual tools ✓
- Common Principles of magic—both ancient and modern ✓
- An overview of lost witches and their battles ✓
The Black Craft is a fascinating and wonderfully readable exploration of the practice, theory, and underlying rationale of magick and occultism in all its origins, including Voodoo, Shamanism, Animism, Islam, Hermeticism, Christianity, Wicca, Spiritualism, and Mysticism.
As you’ll discover in this book, Witchcraft is the very earliest religions, practiced for millennia before the advent of Christianity.
It is often referred to as “the Old Religion,” and many witches consider their practice to fit within a broader tradition of Witchcraft that has been passed down over the centuries. Witches celebrate and share many of the same beliefs our ancestors held, with practices that honor the old ways while being compatible with contemporary life. It is an empowering religion, rooted in ancient times and yet well-suited for the 21st century.
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About Morgana Le'Fay