My Top 5 Must Have Witch Books

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My Top 5 Must Have Witch Books

I thought i'd continue the theme of witch books from last weeks video peak of my magickal library and share my top 5 must have witch books! 

1. Llewellyn's Complete Book of Correspondences

This book is truly a must have for any witch; one of the cornerstones to witchcraft is magick & spells and spells are created with correspondences. I have had quite a few books on correspondences over the years including Lexa Rosean's The Encyclopedia of Magickal Ingredients: A Wiccan Guide to Spellcasting, which is great but it lacks a certain amount of vital information. This book goes over more than just herbs & crystals. This book goes over colors, astrological timing, Gods & Goddess, animals and more! 

2. Craft of The Wild Witch- by Poppy Palin 

Though more wicca oriented this book really gets to the heart of wild witchery, something I am absolutely bonkers about. This book goes over the wheel of the year; or the solar and lunar calendar, psychic protection, the elements and more. I truly liked Poppy's outlook on magick. 

3. Traditional Witchcraft for The Seashore by Melusine Draco

This book goes over something that is my true love; ocean and sea magick. I am a sea witch through and through; and I thought this book was amazing! There aren't a lot of good books that go over sea magick & this book was a great resource. So if you are interested in connecting to the great oceans I highly suggest this book! 

4. Power Of The Witch by Laurie Cabot

This book is one of my all time favorite witch books because it goes over not only the mystical and fun side of magick but also the science as well; another great book on the science of magick (a little dry but a good read nonetheless is: The Science of The Craft) . Of course this isn't a true witchcraft book; there is a wicca veil over it but magick is magick and I got some great things from it including the crystal countdown. 

5. Soul Retrieval by Sandra Ingerman

Though not technically a book on witchcraft; I think this book is vital to an understanding of the unseen worlds and can take anyone's witchcraft practice to a whole new level and help provide a deeper understanding of the work we do between the worlds. Witchcraft at it's true core is shamanism, and I think this book is vital to understanding how a Witch can work with unseen helpers to create positive change and soul healing for themselves and the world around them. 

Do you have a favorite witchcraft book? A book that has really spoken to you on your journey i'd love to hear about it; it's possible I haven't read it yet! Comment below.