Congratulations! You finished the Wicca Self-Initiation Course!
Where should you go from here? There are many paths to follow, but reading is the essential way to learn! Get any of these books to continue your learning. When you finish them, share them or gift them to your pagan friends! 🌟
Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner
By Scott Cunningham
Scott Cunningham practiced Wicca for over 20 years and published more than 50 books. He passed from this life on March 28, 1993.
Cunningham provides an excellent guide to Wicca for beginners, one that covers all the basics-what magick is, how it works, and, more importantly, provides a deep understanding of the spiritual roots of the religion. He has injected a spirit of individuality and freedom into the craft that does not bind one strictly to his way as the only way. Get this Book on Amazon
The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess
One of the most influential book on Witchcraft to date. Starhawk writes from a strictly Dianic view, placing emphasis on the Divine Feminine. Even though this is a Wicca 101 book, it goes deeper into the philosophy of Magic and the Goddess’ worship than a lot of other similar books.
Starhawk is a compelling writer, with a lyricism that accompanies her research and documentation. For a beginner, the numerous exercises could be a great foundation, and still inspire and motivate those slightly further along their path, whether it is Wiccan or otherwise. Get this Book on Amazon
Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshippers, and Other Pagans in America
By Margot Adler
A clearly written history of paganism in America, including witches, druids and heathens. The book was first published in 1979, and has become a classic, undergoing a couple major updates.
Adler is a journalist and an insider to everything Pagan. This is a wonderful book that is easy to read and can make you feel closer to your path than ever before. Get this Book on Amazon
The Triumph of the Moon: A History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft
By Ronald Hutton
Deeply academic yet totally fascinating, Ronald Hutton here turns his considerable historical expertise to unraveling the roots of Britain’s only home-grown religion.
Hutton explores every single religious movement, occult organization, art trend, and mistakes that went into Gerald Gardner creating Wicca. A brilliantly documented piece that puts to rest many of the false mythologies of Wicca and its foundation. Get this Book on Amazon
Wicca for Beginners: Fundamentals of Philosophy & Practice
By Thea Sabin
This book is incredibly helpful, informative, and easy to read. It’s written in an engaging style that makes it a fun experience. If you would like an introduction to Wicca, this is the book to read. Informative and concise, Sabin takes your through Wicca in a logical manner, progressing at appropriate stages. Even more so, this books has an extensive reading list that doesn’t leave you clueless after the book. Get this Book on Amazon