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This book is HUGE: 602 pages, 1 5/8" thick; 9" x 7" From the back cover:
The Witch Book: The Encyclopedia of Witchcraft, Wicca, and Neo-paganism is an exhaustive A-Z exploration of people, places, events, literature, and other matters related to the ever-timely and popular topic of witchcraft.
With 560 mesmerizing entries, it provides in-depth bios of major figures; coverage of popular portrayals of witches from Macbeth to The Wizard of Oz to Bewitched to Harry Potter; accounts from primary sources of notorious witch trials (including Salem and the Inquisition); definitions of terms (astral projection, channeling), and discussion of related topics such as astrology and Voodoo. The Witch Book features more than 100 photographs and illustrations and a resource section.
The subject of witchcraft has fascinated people for thousands of years. Raymond Buckland, Wiccan high priest and author of the classic Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft, is your trusted guide into the historical and contemporary world of witchcraft. The Witch Book s unmatched in ts thoughtful and thorough encyclopedic treatment of this ancient practice.