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NeoPaganism and Witchcraft (Wicca) - Historic Books On CD

NeoPaganism and Witchcraft (Wicca) - Historic Books On CD
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The Gardnerian Book of Shadows








Casting the Circle

Drawing Down the Moon

The Charge

Initiation: First Degree

Initiation: Second Degree

Initiation: Third Degree

Cakes and Wine

The Sabbat Rituals: November Eve

The Sabbat Rituals: February Eve

The Sabbat Rituals: May Eve

The Sabbat Rituals: August Eve

On Chants

To Help the Sick

The Scourge and the Kiss

The Priestess and the Sword

The Warning

Of the Ordeal of the Art Magical

The Eightfold Way

To Gain the Sight

Power

Properly Prepared

The Meeting Dance

To Leave the Body

The Working Tools

Skyclad

A Revision of the Casting Procedure

The Prose Charge

Cakes and Wine

The Sabbat Rituals: Spring Equinox

The Sabbat Rituals: Summer Solstice

The Sabbat Rituals: Autumn Equinox

The Sabbat Rituals: Winter Solstice

The Eightfold Path or Ways

The First-Degree Initiation

The Second-Degree Initiation

The Third-Degree Initiation

The Witches' Chant or Rune

Consecrating Tools

The Old Laws

The Verse Charge

Casting and Charging

Forming the Circle



The Witch-Cult in Western Europe [1921]








Chapter I Continuity of the Religion

Chapter II The God

Chapter III Admission Ceremonies

Chapter IV The Assemblies

Chapter V The Rites

Chapter VI The Rites (continued)

Chapter VII The Organization

Chapter VIII Familiars and Transformations

Appendix I Fairies and Witches

Appendix II Trial of Silvain Nevillon and Gentien le Clerc at
Orleans, 1614-15

Appendix III Names of Witches

Appendix IV Joan of Arc and Gilles de Rais

Appendix V Flying Ointments



The Golden Bough by Sir James Frazer [1922]






Chapter 1. The King of the Wood. Section 1. Diana and Virbius.

Chapter 1. The King of the Wood. Section 2. Artemis and Hippolytus.

Chapter 1. The King of the Wood. Section 3. Recapitulation.

Chapter 2. Priestly Kings.

Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic. Section 1. The Principles of Magic.

Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic. Section 2. Homoeopathic or Imitative
Magic.

Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic. Section 3. Contagious Magic.

Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic. Section 4. The Magician's Progress.

Chapter 4. Magic and Religion.

Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather. Section 1. The
Public Magician.

Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather. Section 2. The
Magical Control of Rain.

Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather. Section 3. The
Magical Control of the Sun.

Chapter 5. The Magical Control of the Weather. Section 4. The
Magical Control of the Wind.

Chapter 6. Magicians as Kings.

Chapter 7. Incarnate Human Gods.

Chapter 8. Departmental Kings of Nature.

Chapter 9. The Worship of Trees. Section 1. Tree-spirits.

Chapter 9. The Worship of Trees. Section 2. Beneficent Powers
of Tree-Spirits.

Chapter 10. Relics of Tree Worship in Modern Europe.

Chapter 11. The Influence of the Sexes on Vegetation.

Chapter 12. The Sacred Marriage. Section 1. Diana as a Goddess
of Fertility.

Chapter 12. The Sacred Marriage. Section 2. The Marriage of
the Gods.

Chapter 13. The Kings of Rome and Alba. Section 1. Numa and
Egeria.

Chapter 13. The Kings of Rome and Alba. Section 2. The King
as Jupiter.

Chapter 14. The Succession to the Kingdom in Ancient Latium.

Chapter 15. The Worship of the Oak.

Chapter 16. Dianus and Diana.

Chapter 17. The Burden of Royalty. Section 1. Royal and Priestly
Taboos.

Chapter 17. The Burden of Royalty. Section 2. Divorce of the
Spiritual from the Temporal Power.

Chapter 18. The Perils of the Soul. Section 1. The Soul as a
Mannikin.

Chapter 18. The Perils of the Soul. Section 2. Absence and Recall
of the Soul.

Chapter 18. The Perils of the Soul. Section 3. The Soul as a
Shadow and a Reflection.

Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts. Section 1. Taboos on Intercourse with
Strangers.

Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts. Section 2. Taboos on Eating and Drinking.

Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts. Section 3. Taboos on Showing the Face.

Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts. Section 4. Taboos on Quitting the
House.

Chapter 19. Tabooed Acts. Section 5. Taboos on Leaving Food
over.

Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons. Section 1. Chiefs and Kings tabooed.

Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons. Section 2. Mourners tabooed.

Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons. Section 3. Women tabooed at Menstruation
and Childbirth.

Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons. Section 4. Warriors tabooed.

Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons. Section 5. Manslayers tabooed.

Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons. Section 6. Hunters and Fishers
tabooed.

Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. Section 1. The Meaning of Taboo.

Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. Section 2. Iron tabooed.

Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. Section 3. Sharp Weapons tabooed.

Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. Section 4. Blood tabooed.

Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. Section 5. The Head tabooed.

Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. Section 6. Hair tabooed.

Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. Section 7. Ceremonies at Hair-cutting.

Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. Section 8. Disposal of Cut Hair
and Nails.

Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. Section 9. Spittle tabooed.

Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. Section 10. Foods tabooed.

Chapter 21. Tabooed Things. Section 11. Knots and Rings tabooed.

Chapter 22. Tabooed Words. Section 1. Personal Names tabooed.

Chapter 22. Tabooed Words. Section 2. Names of Relations tabooed.

Chapter 22. Tabooed Words. Section 3. Names of the Dead tabooed.

Chapter 22. Tabooed Words. Section 4. Names of Kings and other
Sacred Persons tabooed.

Chapter 22. Tabooed Words. Section 5. Names of Gods tabooed.

Chapter 23. Our Debt to the Savage.

Chapter 24. The Killing of the Divine King. Section 1. The Mortality
of the Gods.

Chapter 24. The Killing of the Divine King. Section 2. Kings
killed when their Strength fails.

Chapter 24. The Killing of the Divine King. Section 3. Kings
killed at the End of a Fixed Term.

Chapter 25. Temporary Kings.

Chapter 26. Sacrifice of the King's Son.

Chapter 27. Succession to the Soul.

Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit. Section 1. The Whitsuntide
Mummers.

Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit. Section 2. Burying
the Carnival.

Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit. Section 3. Carrying
out Death.

Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit. Section 4. Bringing
in Summer.

Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit. Section 5. Battle
of Summer and Winter.

Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit. Section 6. Death
and Resurrection of Kostrubonko.

Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit. Section 7. Death
and Revival of Vegetation.

Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit. Section 8. Analogous
Rites in India.

Chapter 28. The Killing of the Tree-Spirit. Section 9. The Magic
Spring.

Chapter 29. The Myth of Adonis.

Chapter 30. Adonis in Syria.

Chapter 31. Adonis in Cyprus.

Chapter 32. The Ritual of Adonis.

Chapter 33. The Gardens of Adonis.

Chapter 34. The Myth and Ritual of Attis.

Chapter 35. Attis as a God of Vegetation.

Chapter 36. Human Representatives of Attis.

Chapter 37. Oriental Religions in the West.

Chapter 38. The Myth of Osiris.

Chapter 39. The Ritual of Osiris. Section 1. The Popular Rites.

Chapter 39. The Ritual of Osiris. Section 2. The Official Rites.

Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris. Section 1. Osiris a Corn-god.

Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris. Section 2. Osiris a Tree-spirit.

Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris. Section 3. Osiris a God of
Fertility.

Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris. Section 4. Osiris a God of
the Dead.

Chapter 41. Isis.

Chapter 42. Osiris and the Sun.

Chapter 43. Dionysus.

Chapter 44. Demeter and Persephone.

Chapter 45. The Corn-Mother and the Corn-Maiden in Northern
Europe.

Chapter 46. The Corn-Mother in Many Lands. Section 1. The Corn-mother
in America.

Chapter 46. The Corn-Mother in Many Lands. Section 2. The Rice-mother
in the East Indies.

Chapter 46. The Corn-Mother in Many Lands. Section 3. The Spirit
of the Corn embodied in Human Beings.

Chapter 46. The Corn-Mother in Many Lands. Section 4. The Double
Personification of the Corn as Mother and Daughter.

Chapter 47. Lityerses. Section 1. Songs of the Corn Reapers.

Chapter 47. Lityerses. Section 2. Killing the Corn-spirit.

Chapter 47. Lityerses. Section 3. Human Sacrifices for the Crops.

Chapter 47. Lityerses. Section 4. The Corn-spirit slain in his
Human Representatives.

Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal. Section 1. Animal
Embodiments of the Corn-spirit.

Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal. Section 2. The Corn-spirit
as a Wolf or a Dog.

Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal. Section 3. The Corn-spirit
as a Cock.

Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal. Section 4. The Corn-spirit
as a Hare.

Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal. Section 5. The Corn-spirit
as a Cat.

Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal. Section 6. The Corn-spirit
as a Goat.

Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal. Section 7. The Corn-spirit
as a Bull, Cow, or Ox.

Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal. Section 8. The Corn-spirit
as a Horse or Mare.

Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal. Section 9. The Corn-spirit
as a Pig (Boar or Sow).

Chapter 48. The Corn-Spirit as an Animal. Section 10. On the
Animal Embodiments of the Corn-spirit.

Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals. Section
1. Dionysus, the Goat and the Bull.

Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals. Section
2. Demeter, the Pig and the Horse.

Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals. Section
3. Attis, Adonis, and the Pig.

Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals. Section
4. Osiris, the Pig and the Bull.

Chapter 49. Ancient Deities of Vegetation as Animals. Section
5. Virbius and the Horse.

Chapter 50. Eating the God. Section 1. The Sacrament of First-Fruits.

Chapter 50. Eating the God. Section 2. Eating the God among
the Aztecs.

Chapter 50. Eating the God. Section 3. Many Manii at Aricia.

Chapter 51. Homeopathic Magic of a Flesh Diet.

Chapter 52. Killing the Divine Animal. Section 1. Killing the
Sacred Buzzard.

Chapter 52. Killing the Divine Animal. Section 2. Killing the
Sacred Ram.

Chapter 52. Killing the Divine Animal. Section 3. Killing the
Sacred Serpent.

Chapter 52. Killing the Divine Animal. Section 4. Killing the
Sacred Turtles.

Chapter 52. Killing the Divine Animal. Section 5. Killing the
Sacred Bear.

Chapter 53. The Propitiation of Wild Animals By Hunters.

Chapter 54. Types of Animal Sacrament. Section 1. The Egyptian
and the Aino Types of Sacrament.

Chapter 54. Types of Animal Sacrament. Section 2. Processions
with Sacred Animals.

Chapter 55. The Transference of Evil. Section 1. The Transference
to Inanimate Objects.

Chapter 55. The Transference of Evil. Section 2. The Transference
to Animals.

Chapter 55. The Transference of Evil. Section 3. The Transference
to Men.

Chapter 55. The Transference of Evil. Section 4. The Transference
of Evil in Europe.

Chapter 56. The Public Expulsion of Evils. Section 1. The Omnipresence
of Demons.

Chapter 56. The Public Expulsion of Evils. Section 2. The Occasional
Expulsion of Evils.

Chapter 56. The Public Expulsion of Evils. Section 3. The Periodic
Expulsion of Evils.

Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats. Section 1. The Expulsion of Embodied
Evils.

Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats. Section 2. The Occasional Expulsion
of Evils in a Material Vehicle.

Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats. Section 3. The Periodic Expulsion
of Evils in a Material Vehicle.

Chapter 57. Public Scapegoats. Section 4. On Scapegoats in General.

Chapter 58. Human Scapegoats in Classical Antiquity. Section
1. The Human Scapegoat in Ancient Rome.

Chapter 58. Human Scapegoats in Classical Antiquity. Section
2. The Human Scapegoat in Ancient Greece.

Chapter 58. Human Scapegoats in Classical Antiquity. Section
3. The Roman Saturnalia.

Chapter 59. Killing the God in Mexico.

Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth. Section 1. Not to touch
the Earth.

Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth. Section 2. Not to see
the Sun.

Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth. Section 3. The Seclusion
of Girls at Puberty.

Chapter 60. Between Heaven and Earth. Section 4. Reasons for
the Seclusion of Girls at Puberty.

Chapter 61. The Myth of Balder.

Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe. Section 1. The Fire-festivals
in general.

Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe. Section 2. The Lenten
Fires.

Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe. Section 3. The Easter
Fires.

Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe. Section 4. The Beltane
Fires.

Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe. Section 5. The Midsummer
Fires.

Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe. Section 6. The Hallowe'en
Fires.

Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe. Section 7. The Midwinter
Fires.

Chapter 62. The Fire-Festivals of Europe. Section 8. The Need-fire.

Chapter 63. The Interpretation of the Fire-Festivals. Section
1. On the Fire-festivals in general.

Chapter 63. The Interpretation of the Fire-Festivals. Section
2. The Solar Theory of the Fire-festivals.

Chapter 63. The Interpretation of the Fire-Festivals. Section
3. The Purificatory Theory of the Fire-festivals.

Chapter 64. The Burning of Human Beings in the Fires. Section
1. The Burning of Effigies in the Fires.

Chapter 64. The Burning of Human Beings in the Fires. Section
2. The Burning of Men and Animals in the Fires.

Chapter 65. Balder and the Mistletoe.

Chapter 66. The External Soul in Folk-Tales.

Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom. Section 1. The
External Soul in Inanimate Things.

Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom. Section 2. The
External Soul in Plants.

Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom. Section 3. The
External Soul in Animals.

Chapter 67. The External Soul in Folk-Custom. Section 4. The
Ritual of Death and Resurrection.

Chapter 68. The Golden Bough.

Chapter 69. Farewell to Nemi.







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