Sword of Dyrnwyn On-Line Magazine
Volume 6 Issue No. 3 Spring Equinox, Issue March, 2011
Table of Contents |Spring
Equinox| Tree of the Month | Circle Ritual
Organizational News | Transitions | Classes | Y Tylwyth TegNews | Classifieds | Recommended Books
New Book Reviews | Recipes | Georgia News | Worldwide News | Becoming Legal | Bangor Institute
Camelot | Crystal Dragon | Dynion Mwyn News | Environment | Spell | Herbs
Flowers | UFP News | Newsletters | Links
WHAT OTHER BOOKS WILL HELP ME UNDERSTAND WITCHCRAFT AND WICCA?
Welcome to our recommended reading list and bookstore! We have read the books listed below and believe they have information that will further your knowledge and capabilities in learning the practice of Witchcraft and the Pagan religion. We plan to add to this list on a regular basis.
Modern seekers are avid readers and always eager for new insights and information. The books listed will be very familiar to many readers. But, some titles will be unfamiliar to seekers outside of the United Kingdom. The main point of this selection is that it will provide readers a number of gateways to the work of both familiar and unfamiliar writers whose ideas will, I believe, help to enrich the experience of anyone brought up on endless books about crystals and chakras.
We have divided the list of books into several sections: The initial Tylwyth Teg Reading List, Introductory Craft Books, Intermediate Craft Books, Advanced Craft Books and Reference Craft Books. We have also collected titles from specific recommended authors such as Gerald Gardner, Doreen Valiente, Margaret Murray, Ray Buckland, Alex Sanders, Fred Lamond, Vivianne Crowley, Janet and Stewart Farrar, Ronald Hutton, Yvonne Aburrow, Kate West and others; and specialized books on Druidry, Astrology, Celts, Survival, Tarot and Palmistry. This will help those who are just beginning the pathway as well as provide a more in-depth education for those who are more well informed.
If your local bookstore does not carry a particular title, or cannot locate it for you, try the public library. If you still can't find it, click on the title and order it directly through Amazon Books.
Through our affiliation with Amazon Books, you can buy copies of a large number of these titles directly from their Web site, although not all titles are available at Amazon yet. For those that can be ordered, click on the book's title. You will be taken directly to Amazon's order form for that book. You won't be committed to your purchases until you enter your credit card information. If you have questions about Amazon's ordering, please contact Amazon Orders. It's that simple. Just bookmark this page first so you can find us again! And sincere thanks to those of you who order directly from the link on this page. We appreciate your kindness and support.
If you have any comments on any book which appears on this list, please e-mail us.
Please note: If you purchase any of these books, we are not authorized to answer your questions about Amazon orders or about using the Amazon.com system. Instead, contact Amazon.com.
Dynion Mwyn Reading List (our beginning students obtain and/or read these books before they are initiated)
Books by Ed Fitch (One of the founders of the Pagan Way movement and very influential in increasing the interest in Wicca and Paganism in the 70s and 80s.)
Books by Gerald Gardner (The founder of the Wicca tradition of Witchcraft)
Books by Janet and Stewart Farrar (Have done a great deal to reveal the philosophy and beliefs of the Alexandrian tradition of Wicca.)
Books by Margaret Murray (Quoted a great deal in discussions of pre Gardnerian Witchcraft)
Books by Ronald Hutton (One of the best single sources for information on the History of Witchcraft and Paganism in the U.K.)
Books by Ray Buckland (Responsible for helping to introduce Gardnerian Wicca into the U.S. for the first time)
Books by Viviane Crowley (High Priestess of both Alexandrian and Gardnerian Witchcraft)
Celtic Books (Excellent source of books which deal with the Celtic Tradition)
Survival Books (Very Comprehensive reading List)
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