Top 5 Books For Wiccans

Top 5 Books Every Wiccan Should Own

The mysticism combined with the taboo nature of Wiccans and Paganism breeds an increased interest in Wiccan practices.

While many pieces of literature are just rehashing untruths that sell, this list outlines the top five best books that any Wiccan practitioner should own. However, most writings encompass modern interpretations of past ideas, rather than the foundation of Paganism and witchcraft.


1. Complete Book of Witchcraft

The focus of traditions is lost in this book, but the in-depth discussion on rituals and various tools put this guide on the top of the reading list. You will be led step by step through the process of becoming a true Wiccan.


2. Triumph of the Moon

Hutton, a non-Pagan professor, covers the progression of Pagan religions, especially in modern society. The fact that most traditions labeled “ancient” are actually from Victorian era authors is covered extensively. He provides a fresh, outside view on this uncertain religious practice.


3. Guide for the Solitary Practitioner

The beginners and those wishing to learn more about Wicca should immediately purchase this starting manual. The basic concepts and practices are covered well enough for anyone to learn correctly.


4. Witch Crafting: A Spiritual Guide to Making Magic

Learning to appreciate and understand the world is a huge part of the Pagan religion. With this little guide, you can start fully realizing the energy that can be collected from the common. This energy can then be utilized to perform rituals.


5. Evolutionary Witchcraft

A recent publication that many people hold very highly based on the in-depth coverage of Wiccan descendants. This is an interesting read that will surely improve understanding of Pagans.

With this collection of the five best books available on this mystic subject, you will learn everything necessary to start practicing.

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  • Alison Lesley
    1:10 pm

    I would have included Spiral Dance by Starhawk in that list. It provides a lot of depth and knowledge to the subject, and has been my go-to reference for many years.

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