Without a coven where should I learn Wicca?

If you do not have a coven, where would one start to learn the real ways of Wicca?

There are many books which are invaluable. Some of the most common include:

Book of Shadows: A Modern Woman’s Journey into the Wisdom of Witchcraft and the Magic of the Goddess by Phyllis Curott

Witch Crafting : A Spiritual Guide to Making Magic – Phyllis Curott

The Witch in Every Woman : Reawakening the Magical Nature of the Feminine to Heal, Protect, Create, and Empower by Laurie Cabot

And, there are many books by Robert Buckland.

Those are just a few. My local library has quite a few books, but they are always checked out or on hold. You could easily spend a fortune on all the books that are available, but start with Book of Shadows. See what aspects of witchcraft fascinate you the most and pursue additional details about these particular subjects. You can also search for used books on www.Amazon.com and www.half.com. There are all sorts of books to consider for your personal magick research library. Something I really like about Amazon is that you can read reviews from others. There will almost always be some good and some bad, but see how the majority of people feel about particular books. This will usually help you choose the more high quality books on the market.

The internet is also a wonderful resource. A simple search of the word ‘wicca’ brings up many pages of websites to visit and many of these are very detailed. If there is a specific topic that interests you, search for that instead of such a broad search. If the site seems questionable, you might go to another. There are plenty to chose from.

Rose Ariadne: Providing “Magickal” answers to your Pagan, Wiccan, Witchcraft spell casting questions since 2006.

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