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Traditional Wicca

A Seeker's Guide
Written by: Thorn Mooney
Narrated by: Rebecca Mitchell
Length: 5 hrs and 58 mins
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A masterful gem of insight and wisdom, Traditional Wicca: A Seeker's Guide reveals the time-honored practices of initiatory Wicca, thought all but lost by many, but hidden like so many occult secrets in plain sight. 

Drawing a clear and respectful distinction between eclectic Wicca and its older, more traditional sibling, Thorn Mooney takes us on a personal journey exploring the powers and the pitfalls of the initiatory inner court, revealing the persistence of a thriving and dynamic craft.

©2018 Thorn Mooney (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Heather Freeman
  • Charlotte, NC, United States
  • 2018-07-12

Excellent

An excellent work and must-read/listen for anyone interested in or curious about Traditional Wicca. Don't assume you already know: read this. Incredibly enlightening.

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  • Jessica - KaleidoscopesAndPolkaDots.Co
  • 2019-05-07

Wish Thorn would have narrated her book....💔

This is a wonderful book, full of first hand experience from Thorn Mooney and a few others, but mostly from Thorn.

I think it is ideal for the solo practitioner ready to take their practice into a group setting. This is the first time I've read something from this perspective. I found it very refreshing. I've been consuming many books on the topic because I am not sure where I stand. This book has made me realize that I have a long way to go, and that's ok.

I would have rated it 5/5 but I listened to the audiobook. I didn't get along with the narrator. I wish Thorn would have narrates it.

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  • Heather
  • 2019-10-29

Love it

It makes you laugh, think, be humble, and remember what it's all about
Definitely recommend to all levels.

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  • grahamthegrimm
  • 2019-02-04

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As a Seeker, this was exactly what I didn't know I needed to know. Thank you Thorn for this fantastic guide. Very well done and I am looking forward to your future endeavors.

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  • Conrad
  • WEST COVINA, US, Canada
  • 2018-12-12

I have read it once and listened to this 3 times

This is a great read if your looking to discover the religion Wicca. It's candid and offers many ideas on how to pursue the craft and others involved in the religion. I highly recommend this and I am happy to keep it in my library.

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  • C.C.
  • 2018-08-02

Literally no other books like it.

This stands alone in that it offers a real practical guide for those who want to become a part of a traditions like Gardnerian or Alexandrian Wicca. There are no magic spells, rituals or secrets in the book. It talks about what covens are, how the operate and how to find and approach them. It is geared towards those already interested in Wicca who want to pursue coven work or what to understand what it means to part of a lineaged tradition. The narration is a little hit or miss but it's still massively enjoyable and informative. Thorn has a easy writing style and it's a super easy book to get into.