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TheWitch'sAthameThe Witch’s Athame
The Craft, Lore & Magick of Ritual Blades
(The Witch’s Tools Series)

by Jason Mankey

Copyright: January 2016
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications

Summary:

Full of practical applications for both the circle and the home, The Witch’s Athame shows you how to utilize the ritual blade to its highest potential. Discover everything you need to know about finding the right athame, personalizing and consecrating it, and using it in your practice.

Tracing this impressive tool from ancient times to the present day, The Witch’s Athame presents the symbolism, history, and modern uses of the ritual blade. Also featured throughout are “Getting to the Point,” short segments of wisdom by knowledgeable writers. From contemporary athames made of stone and crystal to folklore about knives in magic, this book helps enhance your Craft and appreciation of such a versatile tool.

Praise:

The most complete book on the ritual blade that I’ve ever seen. An informative and fun read.
—Christopher Penczak, author of the award-winning Temple of Witchcraft series

Solid, accessible, and a genuine pleasure to read. Mankey is sure to teach you something, no matter how long you’ve cherished your own ritual blade.
—Thorn Mooney, high priestess of the Foxfire Coven

 

61y8HRxAHWL._SX355_BO1,204,203,200_The Witch’s Book of Shadows
The Craft, Lore Magick of the Witch’s Grimoire
(The Witch’s Tools Series)

by Jason Mankey

Copyright: February 2017
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications

Summary:

Discover the fascinating history, tradition, and modern uses of the witch’s Book of Shadows. From creating, buying, and finding a Book of Shadows to its place in ritual, this guide provides everything you need to use this important and cherished tool in your practice. A great Book of Shadows is a chart that tells the Witch where she’s been and where’s she’s going; it’s a personal guidebook for exploring the magic and mysteries of Witchcraft.

Praise:

Hopefully to come, and if it doesn’t I won’t include any criticism here.