[PDF] Download ↠ The Wiccan Mysteries: Ancient Origins & Teachings | by ↠ Raven Grimassi

By Raven Grimassi | Comments: ( 490 ) | Date: ( May 25, 2020 )

Awarded Book of the Year by The Coalition of Visionary Resources The Wiccan Mysteries is a book that should hold a proud place on every single altar Body Mind Spirit MagazineOnce reserved for a very select few, the initiate level teachings of Wicca are revealed in this award winning guide to the essence of an ancient belief system Daring and honest, The Wiccan MyAwarded Book of the Year by The Coalition of Visionary Resources The Wiccan Mysteries is a book that should hold a proud place on every single altar Body Mind Spirit MagazineOnce reserved for a very select few, the initiate level teachings of Wicca are revealed in this award winning guide to the essence of an ancient belief system Daring and honest, The Wiccan Mysteries is a must have complement to your personal practice Author Raven Grimassi takes you on a comprehensive tour of Wicca, describing in depth its pre Christian historical and theological roots in Old Europe and continuing through to modern America These multicultural origins form the basis for contemporary Wicca, and empower it as a dynamic system for spiritual development.Uncover the hidden meanings of sacred writings and explore the major tenets of the Craft, from reincarnation, the God and Goddess, magickal arts, and planes of existence, to symbols, rites, and ethics Learn how to create an astral temple, consecrate ritual tools, and work with magickal familiars.Expand your understanding of Wicca with this essential guide, and discover the enduring power of a rich spiritual tradition.


  • Title: The Wiccan Mysteries: Ancient Origins & Teachings
  • Author: Raven Grimassi
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  • Page: 376
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Comments The Wiccan Mysteries: Ancient Origins & Teachings

  • Steve Cran

    Since Gerald Gardner revealed Wicca to the world in the early 1950's the religion has been at the center of controversy ever since. Is Wicca something that Gerald Gardner came up with? Or is it a surviving religion from the Ancient past. Raven Grimassi in this books shows that he believe it is an Ancient Religion based a fertility cult. He does a good job laying out the origins of the religion and supports his contentions with scholarly works. Himself mastered in several Wiccan tradition includi [...]


  • Christine

    "[Wicca is:] essentially a Celtic-orientated religion" (from back cover)Psh. I'm so sick of that myth! If you believe in it, please read this and this.


  • R.M. Watters

    This book repeatedly stated that it should not be skim read and should also be read at least 2-3 times. However, it was all I could do to skim through the last half of this book. It read like a college essay. I would bet that if someone who was not Wiccan/witch/pagan did the research for this book and thus did not have a bias, the "facts" would differ greatly. Do not waste your money on this book.


  • Roger

    i met a dude in the summer of '98 who was into punk and occult and let's just say counterculture in general. he loaned me this book and never asked for it back looks to be a history-book and handbook for someone who's interested in Wicca, such as i mildly was at the time of borrowing this from him.oh look, i found a tiny slip of paper in the back of this book, with his old phone number in my handwriting. i'm sure it's out-of-service or in the hands of a different person nowrange that i probably [...]


  • Ranae

    I liked this book. It gives reasons as to why things are done in "some" traditions that have never been written about before. Very informative to those looking into the wiccan traditions but have no idea where or why these things are done. Like who the Watchers were and how the elements came to be associated with them.


  • Ria

    I have technically read this, but when I was too young to understand most of it. I'm looking forward to giving it another go now that I'm older and better able to comprehend certain things.


  • Charity

    This was a wonderful book, granted it has TONS of history, but it's worth the read, to help you better understand the Origins of Wicca/Pagan Mysteries, and to help you choose your own Spiritual Path.


  • Yvonne

    I bought the first 1997 printing of this book when it first came out, geez, I feel old knowing I've been lugging this book around with me on my numerous moves for the last 20 years! Ok back to the review! He presents a lot of information in this book, historical and modern and includes a well rounded bibliography at the end. I respect that. I liked what he said in Chapter 2 Principles and Beliefs,"One of the greatest tenets of belief in the Old Religion is that ofaccepting responsibilities for o [...]


  • Dawnrenae

    The History of Wicca. I try to take everything with a grain of salt, however, while he pretty much states that Wicca is as old as time, I feel like he is talking about Paganism. He also points out that Gadnerian Wicca is indeed new-age Wicca.It is an amazing book that seriously delves into the past, and tells of the secrets and mysteries of how the rituals and traditions we practice today have come about!This book is a history if the tradition as opposed to a book of ritual and magick. It is the [...]


  • Diane Whelan

    This book is very informative on the Wiccan religion and beliefs. I have read more than once and learned something new ever time i read it. Its completely interesting and very informative. if youre interested in new religion or wicca in general this book is for you.


  • Patti

    In this book Grimassi teaches about the origins of Wicca and its esoteric/mystical aspects. Though parts of it were a little boring and dry at times, for the most part this was a very interesting book that I enjoyed very much.


  • Paul

    A really in-depth book consisting of a substantial amount of history, all the while containing a sufficient amount of information to demistify the wiccan religion as a whole, and it's corresponding views.A good read.


  • Rob

    Great book, I love to read it once a year, it came into my hands at 2008, good reading for all those interested in History aside Wicca itself


  • Lacy Danes

    good book on the basic history of wicca and the origins of witchcraft.


  • Danny

    Also a great book. It goes into a lot of detail and i found it to be very helpful.


  • Evelyn

    awesome overview of pagan spiritual practice as a mystery tradition. clearly written and easy to read. a good beginners level book.


  • Olha

    There are many sexist moments, although author is a representative of mostly matriarchal religion. Plus, some facts are not proved by any sources.


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