Review: Wicca Covens: How to Start and Organize Your Own

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Wicca Covens: How to Start and Organize Your Own
Wicca Covens: How to Start and Organize Your Own by Judy Harrow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The late, great Judy Harrow, a 3rd Degree initiate in a BTW tradition, also had a degree in psychology, and the combination of experience, knowledge, and training makes for what is probably the most useful book out there for establishing and running a coven. She talks about group dynamics and issues that often come up for covening. Well worth the read for experienced coven leaders and people looking to start a group alike.

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~ by Sable Aradia on August 13, 2014.

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