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What Witches Do: The Modern Coven Revealed. with photographs by the author.

New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc., 1971. First American Edition. Hardcover. Stewart (1916 – 2000) and Janet Farrar co-authored a number of books on witchcraft and modern neo-paganism. "An engrossing portrayal of the modern coven at work.' Even though now almost 40 years old, the material and philosophy that Stewart discusses within remains as relevant today as it did in the early 1970s. Retrace those life changing steps with Stewart as he explores the magic, ritual and mystery of life in a coven. The book now also includes Stewart's research material which sheds new light on his involvement with 'King of the Witches', Alex Sanders, founder of the Alexandrian Tradition. Summary: "What do witches really do? What is it like to be a witch? Experience the process through the eyes of Stewart Farrar, author, journalist and witch, as he describes in detail the activities and practices of modern day witches. Principles of healing and clairvoyance as well as rituals, invocations and initiation rites are covered in depth as Farrar accompanies the reader into the personal life of his own coven. Very Good+. Shaken, but intact, moderate shelfwear to boards, several dogeared corners, highlighting, else tight, bright, and unmarred. Black cloth with decorative stamping (pentacle) in black. 211pp + illus (b/w). index. Item #11701

Price: $100.00

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