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Author Topic: Other No-No aurthors?  (Read 22900 times)
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« Reply #10: December 04, 2007, 06:51:31 pm »

Margot Adler, author of Drawing Down the Moon, has quite a few historical fallacies. For instance, she says Wicca has been a religion that can be dated back to neolithic times, back to witch cults of Medieval Europe, when Wicca as we know it came about directly from Gerald Gardner, drawing on other pagan religions.
I have heard of that book before. But what I heard was good things, so.

As for the history , i have heard that magick existed in pre-historic times. sympathetic magick was used by cavemen

Seeing as I'm interested mainly in Witchcraft and Wicca (if you see them as two different faiths) I would suggest Scott Cunningham above nearly all else. He presents Wicca in a very good way, and is thorough on his views of it all. I'll be back after school with a few more authors, hopefully! Smiley
I don't generally read Scott Cunningham. I've heard he isn't a very good author & that he mostly writes fluff.
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