Wicca: A Year and A Day



There are no short-cuts to becoming a Witch. Traditionally, students take a year and a day to prepare for their initiation into the Craft. Based on this age-old custom, Wicca: A Year and a Day is a one-of-a-kind daily guide that introduces Witchcraft over a 366-day cycle.

Ideal for solitary students, this intensive study course teaches the core content of Wiccan practice: the tides of time, the wonders of the seasons, the ways of herbs and magic, the mysticism of the Old Ones, and the inner disciplines of seers and sages. Daily lessons include exercises, Wiccan theology and lore, and discussions relating to circle work, magical correspondences, holidays, deities, tools, healing, and divination.

  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications
  • Original release date: 2005
  • List Price: $24.95 USD
  • 2006 COVR Award Finalist for Best Book on Wicca/Paganism

Author’s Note, 2015–On Participating in Year and A Day Study Groups: Wicca: A Year and A Day is a reflective guide to exploring Wicca, not only as a spiritual tradition, but as a means of accessing the deepest parts of your spiritual nature. Many who commit to the journey find it transformative. While the book is intended to be an individual journey (as are all shamanic journeys), you will find that there are many Year and A Day study groups not only local to you, but easily accessible via social media. I try to participate in as many of the Facebook Year and A Day groups as my schedule allows. If you are a FB Year and A Day organizer, and would like me to participate for sporadic comments and/or questions in your group, please feel free to reach me through my FB profile (click here)! If my participation is limited due to publishing demands, please accept my apology in advance! Blessings, my friends.

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