• Wicca Altar

  • The Ultimate Guide to Finding or Building an Altar Using Sacred Objects and Other Tools such as Book of Spells, Candles, Herbal Magic. Learn How to Honor and Communicate with the Divine
  • By: Lisa Lovegood
  • Narrated by: Cherise Knapp
  • Length: 3 hrs and 14 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Have you been wondering how to create your Wiccan altar? Have you seen or read about altars in your studies and now wonder about the history and usage? Do you need some guidance decorating your altar for specific high holy days? Are you completely new to Wicca and want a guide for not only altars but a brief history of Wicca, the beliefs, esbats and sabbats, ritual and spell-casting tools, ritual wear, and information on creating your own Book of Shadows to keep on your altar? 

Regardless of your current stage in the craft, this audiobook has tips for you! 

For the more experienced Wiccan or witch, this book can serve as a nice refresher for some of the more common subjects - the wheel of the year, British traditional Wicca, Wicca’s history, etc - while potentially giving you new ideas for altar setups, Book of Shadow ideas, new herb uses, and more!

For the beginner Wiccan or witch, this book can serve as a guide for creating your own altar, dispelling rumors and misconceptions about altar setups and use in spell work and ritual, and even brief overviews of Wiccan history, writing your own Book of Shadows, the Goddess and God, common ritual and spell-working tools, their use and placement on your altar, and so much more. 

So, if you think that your connection to the divine has to follow the same path as another - possibly more experienced - practitioner, then you might be surprised by what you find in this book. If you think that your altar has to be made of wood and intricately carved, you might be surprised by what you find in this book. And if you think that decorating your altar has to be done and placed perfectly, you are definitely in for a surprise.

This audiobook will cover the following topics:

  • How to determine the object you will use as your altar
  • What you can use to decorate your altar for the 8 Sabbats and 13 Esbats
  • What are the most popular, traditional forms of Wicca
  • What common altar tools you will need for spell work and rituals
  • What you need to know about all common magical tools
  • How to create your own Book of Shadows
  • What is the role of crystals and their correspondences
  • What are the roles of colors and their correspondences
  • How to create and close your sacred circle
  • How to use your altar during spell work and ritual
  • What are the four sacred elements and their placement on your altar
  • What you need to know about the goddess and god, their overview, and their representations
  • What is the use of smell in the form of incense and essential oils during meditation, spell work, and ritual
  • What are the methods for cleansing, charging, and consecrating your altar, magical tools, Book of Shadows, jewelry, and anything else you use during your sacred works

If any of these things sound interesting, this is the book for you! Scroll up and click on the “buy now” button!

©2019 Lisa Lovegood (P)2020 Lisa Lovegood

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  • Norma R. Woods
  • 04-04-20

It's an excellent guide for the beginners

It serves as an excellent guide for those interested in learning about the craft but has nowhere to start. I also loved how the author tried their best to keep it as unbiased as possible.