4 edition of The encyclopedia of witchcraft & magic found in the catalog.
The encyclopedia of witchcraft & magic
|Statement||[by] Venetia Newall. Introd. by Richard M. Dorson|
|Contributions||Dorson, Richard Mercer, 1916-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||73017944|
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The author of the popular Encyclopedia of 5, Spells and Encyclopedia of Spirits now explores the exciting magic and power of the mystical world of witches in Encyclopedia of Witchcraft, a comprehensive reference book that covers everything you ever wanted to know about this fascinating topic.
Folklore expert Judika Illes introduces readers to mythic witches, modern /5(92). This book is a rare find. No aspect of the subject of magic, alchemy, and the history of witchcraft, now and then, is left uncovered. Superb illustrations, artwork, and rare photographs enrich the text.
A fairly unusual photo of Alister Crowly and other explicit photos lend an air of enchantment/5(6). Good book for an overview of major subjects pertaining to magic and witchcraft. It won't provide deep levels of information on specific subjects, but the author does an excellent job of showing the relationships between different people and movements/5.
Buy a cheap copy of The Encyclopedia of Magic & Witchcraft book by Susan Greenwood. This is an authoritative examination of the history and traditions of magic and witchcraft, from very early times to the present.
Free shipping over $/5(4). An excellent reference source on witchcraft, and the delusions/persecutions of Western Europe, largely focused on the th centuries.
It is an encyclopedia and reads like one (numerous topical entries), so don't expect it to read like a normal book.4/5. Witchcraft.
The word "witchcraft" derives from the Saxon wicca, some-times translated as "wise person" but more accurately derived from an Indo-European root, "weik," that produced words in various Western languages related to magic, religion, and divination.
Currently, the word is used to designate a variety of very different but vaguely related phenomena including, but not .