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dougiedunndidit:

William Blake. The Ancient of Days 1793 Etching, pen, ink, watercolour on paper

dougiedunndidit:

William Blake. The Ancient of Days 1793
Etching, pen, ink, watercolour on paper

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Anonymous said: what would you say are important reads for those trying to improve their witchcraft practices?? (and why?)

ioqayin:

The Bible. All of modern witchcraft stems from the Bible. Our history is within those pages. Spells spider their way across the chapters, spirits, potions, everything. 

The Tarot. Not a book, per se, but certainly an open-leafed document on Western Esoteric Occult practice. 

Cornelius Agrippa’s Occult Philosophy series. That entire series basically makes up the animistic cosmology of the human race. 

Books, however, can only get us so far. We must actually -do- if we are to make witchcraft our practice.