Authored by the leader of modern Wicca, it discusses the Wiccan practices in England,tackling history, existing covens, practices and beliefs of the modern Witches. Gardner talked further about Witchcraft in relation to the Knights Templar. The foreword of the book states: “I have been told by witches in England: ‘Write and tell people we are not perverts. We are decent people, we only want to be left alone, but there are certain secrets that you mustn’t give away.’. For people who want to delve into the Gardnerian Wiccan way of life, this book is best recommended.
This comprehensive workbook will guide initiates to know more about Witchcraft history, tools, ceremonies and sacred days. Within the book are several exercises to gauge and step-by-step instructions to improve your knowledge and skills of the Craft. With its easily understandable format and extensive content, the book has received numerous positive reviews from renowned authors the like of Dorothy Morrison and Ed Fitch.
The Complete Witches’ Handbook by Janet Farrar and Stewart Farrar (1996): The Witches’ Bible is defined by the name itself.. It offers a comprehensive list of all tools, spells, rites, consecration, symbols and the Sabbats of the modern-day witch.