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CovenCraft: Witchcraft for Three or More

by Amber K

I do not belong to a coven, and don't think I would want to unless I started it myself, but if you're so inclined this is an incredible resource on just that subject. Amber covers everything from getting members to solving disputes to keeping a budget to finding a covenstead to teaching to public relations (it's a big book). There are also rituals, group exercises to break the ice at meetings and foster the group mind, and suggested degree programs for trainees. If you're seeking a coven and want to know what to look for, or if you want to strike out on your own, get this book first.

Reviewed by Diane Sylvan

I have to agree that this book definitely covers many, if not most, of the issues that surround a coven. It is also a wonderful guide for anyone who wishes to involve numerous people in a gathering of any kind. The more people you involve the more complicated things get. It is a wonderful guide for teachers as it explores the dynamics between personalities, something that even the most gifted teacher may not always be prepared for. It's about time something like this came out! ~ Trinity




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