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Well, I got around to finally updating my “Recommended Reading List“. In it I added all the books I have read that I really think have a lot to offer those who read them. This is the cream of the crop folks. I advise that you go and at least look at the list and possibly check a few of them out. I promise you that these books get two thumbs up from me, and are excellent references for those who are lost.

They are not only good but they are good general references in Paganism too. Like Buckland’s Complete Book, it gives almost everything you need to start on a Wiccan Path. AND it gives excellent references to continue your education. Plus, I started with that book myself. The concepts weren’t foreign to me since I had used techniques in the book for some time, but it was really good to start me on the sections I wasn’t familiar with and to point me in the right direction. Same for all the other references on there.

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