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    Hello,

    Here are two books that can help someone get started on this:

    1) Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard, Oberon Zell Ravenheart, and here you can see the master edition: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Grimoire-for-the-Apprentice-Wizard-Master-Edition/Oberon-Zell-Ravenheart/e/9781601630742 If you want, visit Amazon to see reviews by users.

    2)The Wizard's Apprentice, Herbie Brennan, should you want to learn more, visit Amazon: Amazon.com: The Wizard's Apprentice: Herbie Brennan: Books

    As far as those treatises are concerned, I do not have a personal opinion, because I have not read them; just heard about them. Thought it'd be helpful for us, beginners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Peel View Post
    My mother gave me Grimoire for the Aprentice Wizard for my birthday. Good book.
    you are lucky to have a supporting mother, Mrs. Peel.

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    either way, you still have support from a guardian figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Peel View Post
    My mother gave me Grimoire for the Aprentice Wizard for my birthday. Good book.
    I thought it was kinda fluffy
    This signature is mysterious and blows your mind.

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    Well, ''The Wizard's Apprentice'' approaches magick through Wicca; in contrast to Fabrato's iih. This second treatise, is influenced from Orient, it's more like a blending of different magickal approaches, nicely done though. And that's why I (personally) prefer It, as far as the practise and the theory are concerned.

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    Default heres books i read in the beginning of my studies

    solitary WITCH BY SLIVERAVENWOLF
    ELEMENTAL MAGICK BY D.J. CONWAY
    THE MENTALIST'S HANDBOOK BY CLINT MARSH
    tHE WITCH'S SHIELD BY CHRISTOPER PENZACK

    ONCE YOU GET THE BASICS,
    THE FOLLOWING BOOKS ARE USED FOR REFRENCE WHEN WORKING MAGICK\ INFORMATIONAL BOOKS

    THE MAGICKAL POWER OF THE SAINTS BY REVEREND RAY T MALBROUGH
    THE WITCH'S TEN COMMANDMENTS BY MARIAN SINGER
    THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MAGICKAL INGREDIENTS BY LEXA ROSEAN
    ANIMAL MAGICK BY D.J. CONWAY

    FOR FREE INFORMATION GO TO://

    ABOUT.COM SEARCH UNDER WICCA/PAGANISM

    Internet Book of Shadows Index

    SEARCH Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Twilit Grotto -- Esoteric Archives



    DONT SUMMON UNTILL YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuganthrope View Post
    Well, ''The Wizard's Apprentice'' approaches magick through Wicca; in contrast to Fabrato's iih. This second treatise, is influenced from Orient, it's more like a blending of different magickal approaches, nicely done though. And that's why I (personally) prefer It, as far as the practise and the theory are concerned.

    I have the book, as a matter of fact, I attend the Grey School.

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    Well, I have to thank you both for your advices and I'm sorry for my inactivity. The reason is that I'm studying like a maniac for this year's exams and I'm afraid that I'll stay a bit stagnant in these matters ... Anyways how does it feel like attending the grey school? Is it a good experience?

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    Kuganthrope, it is good to see you. I am very happy at the Grey school.

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