Currently Reading: Witchcraft – Raven Grimassi

I’ve given myself homework. And not school homework, but pagan homework. Every night before I turn off the lights to sleep, I read a paragraph or two from one of my “witchy” books. True, I’ve only done this about 3 nights, but I feel like I want to do this, not like I’m forcing myself to do it, which is really good. You have to push yourself if you want to learn something, but it has to be enjoyable at the same time! I’ve read about Samhain and the Winter Solstice and tonight I’ll read about Imbolc! I’m thinking about doing summaries about what I’ve read but I don’t really have the time right now unfortunately.

 

Here anyway, is my future reading schedule while reading Raven Grimassi’s Witchcraft- A Mystery Tradition (There are 10 chapters and I will NOT be reading them in order)

Reading Schedule

09/04 Imbolc p.163-166
09/05 Spring Equinox p.166-168
09/06 Beltane p.169-170
09/07 Summer Solstice p.170-172
09/08 Lughnasadh p.172-176
09/09 Autumn Equinox p.176-181
09/10 Reviewing the Mythos p.181-182 (Chapter 7 Done)
09/11 to be decided
09/12
09/13
09/14
09/15
09/16
09/17
09/18
09/19
09/20
09/21
09/22
09/23
09/24
09/25
09/26
09/27
09/28
09/29
09/30

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Days of Witchery: 13. Some of the Witchy Books That Influenced You?

My first books I ever bought were these. I haven’t read through them all, but I love them because they were mu first insight into witchcraft and paganism…

Witchcraft: A Mystery Tradition – Raven Grimassi

A Wiccan Bible – A.J. Drew

The Spellcaster’s Reference – Eileen Holland

Planned Reading

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft by Zimmermann and Gleason

Wicca – A Guide For The Solitary Practitioner by Scott Cunningham

The Spellcaster’s Reference by Eileen Holland

A Wiccan Bible by A.J. Drew

Wicca For One by Raymond Buckland

So, this is my planned reading at the moment. Will try you write a review about each of them.
What are you reading at the moment?

Blessed Be