This book provides a lot of magickal lore and how-to information on a wide range of techniques. The author and publisher, L. W. de Laurence, produced a lot of popular books on these subjects – some were his own while others were written by others. His books were sold primarily through mail-order. This book was originally published in 1898, and… Read more »
An introductory book for learning about Tarot from an early popular author & publisher. The cards used for illustrations are from the Rider-Waite-Smith deck, which was first published in 1910 only eight years before this book came out in 1918. Other formats of this public-domain book are available from Project Gutenberg.
TRADITIONS, SUPERSTITIONS, AND FOLK-LORE, (Chiefly Lancashire And The North Of England:) Their affinity to others in widely-distributed localities; their eastern origin and mythical significance. by CHARLES HARDWICK (Originally published in 1872) Available courtesy Project Gutenberg. Other formats available for download at http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/39934
Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches by Charles Godfrey Leland was published in 1899, and is now in the public domain. It documents what Leland believed was a surviving witch cult in Italy. While its historical claims are disputed, it was influential in the development of modern Witchcraft and Wicca. This EPUB edition was formatted by Ben Gruagach.
“Pagans don’t have a holy book, they have libraries.” – Phaedra Bonewits The Common Book of Witchcraft and Wicca was created in 2014 by Witch School, International, Inc., with the project spearheaded by Ed Hubbard. It was created specifically to be easily shared, in the public domain, without infringing on copyrights. It contains a wide variety of articles, chants, poems, ritual ideas, and… Read more »