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Gay Witchcraft: Empowering the Tribe ❰Download❯ ➹ Gay Witchcraft: Empowering the Tribe Author Christopher Penczak – Thomashillier.co.uk When Christopher Penczak was introduced to Witchcraft, he found a spiritual path that hononred and embraced his homosexuality Now he has written a book of clearheaded theory and practice that is bound When Christopher Penczak was introduced to Witchcraft, he Empowering the PDF/EPUB ✓ found a spiritual path that hononred and embraced his homosexuality Now he has written a book of clearheaded theory and practice that is bound to become a classic With Gay Witchcraft, Penczak joins the ranks of his forebearers in spirit, gay writers who have Gay Witchcraft: PDF/EPUB or taken a tradition and made it home This is a complete book of theory and spiritual practices of Witchcraft for the gay community Penczak s writing will make it much easier for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people interested in practicing any form of Witchcraft Exploring the history of Paganism and offering a Witchcraft: Empowering the PDF Ë compendium of spells, meditations, ceremonies, and affirmations that will enrich both the novice and the experienced practioner seeking out new views of myth, ritual, and healing.


10 thoughts on “Gay Witchcraft: Empowering the Tribe

  1. Partially Void Partially Void says:

    This book starts off on a bad foot by using the term tribe and I might review it further of there s anything that pisses me off enough when I m finished.


  2. Charleigh Charleigh says:

    Sparse and sketchy when dealing with transgender identity chapter 14 on Turning the Wheel of the Year has a subsection on Transgenderism and Magick that just contains the platitude that all of us contain masculine and feminine energy, and suggests cross dressing I d also have liked to seecontent of Native American mythology, beyond just Aztec Incan deities The ritual of calling the quarters contains many parallels with the medicine wheel personally and as a Canadian, I cannot conce Sparse and sketchy when dealing with transgender identity chapter 14 on Turning the Wheel of the Year has a subsection on Transgenderism and Magick that just contains the platitude that all of us contain masculine and feminine energy, and suggests cross dressing I d also have liked to seecontent of Native American mythology, beyond just Aztec Incan deities The ritual of calling the quarters contains many parallels with the medicine wheel personally and as a Canadian, I cannot conceive the direction North being allied with Earth Goddess growth energy The format of the book is good and useful, with the first section as an introduction to various mythologies with a queer focus, and later sections dealing with the details of rituals and various paths Not all paths will appeal to all practitioners, but that s ok If there s one thing that I m taking away from this book, it s the philosophy of do what thou will, and let it harm none Practically speaking, gay witchcraft seems to be rooted in greater self knowledge, practicing love and compassion, and acknowledging that you can pray to win the lottery all you want, but you also need to buy a lottery ticket i.e follow up intentions with action That groundwork is bound to improve your life, and the esoteric wrapping paper appeals to the feral child in me


  3. Sean Whatshisface Sean Whatshisface says:

    Lots of great ideas in here While some of the language is outdated using terms like transgendered , referring to transwomen as transgendered males , etc , I appreciate that gender fluidity is included in the history and the practices presented in this book I really enjoyed the analysis of the wild hunt, and how to incorporate the Holly King Oak King dichotomy into intimacy I m still trying to gauge whether I mthe Oak or the Holly in my current relationship, lol I m probably going to Lots of great ideas in here While some of the language is outdated using terms like transgendered , referring to transwomen as transgendered males , etc , I appreciate that gender fluidity is included in the history and the practices presented in this book I really enjoyed the analysis of the wild hunt, and how to incorporate the Holly King Oak King dichotomy into intimacy I m still trying to gauge whether I mthe Oak or the Holly in my current relationship, lol I m probably going to purchase a copy for my home bookshelf


  4. misha misha says:

    I was looking for a book on how queer witches combine witchcraft and being queer, which is sadly not what this book is about I guess I m still not very much interested in practical magick,in the ideas behind it It does have interesting meditation exercises though.


  5. Alan D.D. Alan D.D. says:

    A good introductory book on the subject, easy to understand and follow The healing related chapters were amazing


  6. izzy strazzabosco izzy strazzabosco says:

    BEST OCCULT BOOK OF ALL TIME


  7. Jacia Jacia says:

    Some of this was informative, but a vast majority of it didn t align with what I thought it would includehistories and such and I definitely don t practice the same way as the author, haha.


  8. Braydan Braydan says:

    Definitely HelpfulMe being a gay male Witch myself, I instantly connected with this book I did Craft the Protection Potion twice now Both times with herbs instead of oils Herbs work better in my case This second time, I did add three tiny tumbled quartz pieces Awesome power


  9. Louis Pompanio Louis Pompanio says:

    Empowered Thanks Chris Great book.


  10. Montrell Wilkerson Montrell Wilkerson says:

    It is a good book to begin with, the information is set up as introductory with an LGBT theme


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