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Ten Best Books for Beginner Witches



Witchcraft is an ancient practice that has been around for centuries. It is a nature-based religion that worships the Earth and its many creatures. If you are new to witchcraft, you may be feeling overwhelmed. There are so many books on the subject; it can take time to know where to start.


Luckily, we've compiled a list of the ten best books for beginner witches. These books will teach you everything from spell-casting to more advanced topics like energy work and chakra clearing.

So, whether you're just starting your witchy journey or looking to expand your knowledge, these books are for you!


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1. Solitary Witch By Silver Ravenwolf

Silver Ravenwolf's Solitary Witch is the perfect companion for modern seekers looking to unlock a deeper spiritual understanding. This comprehensive guide takes readers on an enlightening journey, providing step-by-step instructions and advice along the way - whether you're just getting started or have years of experience in Wicca practice. Silver Ravenwolf's decades of expertise bring a wellspring of invaluable knowledge that can be used as everyday tools for life's inevitable difficulties.



2. Psychic Witch by Matt Auryn

Psychic Witch by Mat Auryn is an invitation to explore the power within and discover your true potential. Through his teachings, he guides you to becoming a more powerful psychic by connecting with spiritual guides and unlocking divine wisdom through diverse forms of divination, such as tarot readings, spirit boards, or clairvoyance. His proposed approach allows practitioners to be confident in exploring unknown paths to understand themselves better while emphasizing the importance of trusting intuition when practicing psychic work. Finally, delving into energy manipulation for working with energetic fields completes this inspiring journey toward mastering one’s magical powers!

Here is a link to my book review of Psychic Witch by: Mat Auryn




3. Protection & Reversal Magick A Witch's Defense Manual by Jason Miller

No matter how seasoned a practitioner you may be, protection magick is an important topic that should always be taken seriously. Of all the books in the market today about protecting yourself, this book by Jason Miller is of the highest quality. This is another book to read from cover to cover.




4. To Ride a Silver Broomstick: New Generation Witchcraft by Silver RavenWolf

Again, this book was published before the solitary witch book at the top of this list. I recommend doing your research and learning about Silver Ravenwolf and the work she and many others have done over the years to ensure we, as witches have a voice in society. This book is not political; it is, however, essential to understanding the foundations of the work.




5. Charms, Spells & Formulas by Ray L. Malbrough

I have fond childhood memories of this book. This book is focused on hoodoo teachings around gris-gris bags, magic lamps, and protecting yourself from psychic attacks. It talks about the evil eye and understanding how attacks work. I will also add that hoodoo, voodoo, and santeria are closed practices. Although this book was given to me during a much younger time in life before we had the information about closed practices, the information it contains is why I have decided to add it to this list of beginner-friendly books on witchcraft. I respect this is not my place to teach this work, only to share this resource.




6. Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner by Scott Cunningham

Whenever someone near me expresses interest in the craft, this is the first book I hand them. It is Wiccan-based, and in the same breath, it offers a foundation to build on for those starting from scratch.




7. Intuitive Witchcraft How to Use Your Intuition to Elevate Your Craft by Astea Taylor

Intuition and witchcraft make sense that they would go hand in hand together. Sometimes we, as witches, forget to take care of ourselves. This book is a gentle reminder that self-care, self-worth, and value are essential parts of your work.




8. Doctoring The Devil Notebooks if an Appalachian Conjure Man by Jake Richards

Doctoring the Devil is an excellent book for those interested in folk magic. You could read this book multiple times and still always discover something new. Mr. Richards offers so much detail into Appalachian conjure & folk magic. I could rave about this book all day. Instead, I will take it. Step back and say you will be satisfied with this book.




9. Crossroads of Conjure by Katrina Rasbold

Knowledge is power. Crossroads of Conjure is not a "spellbook" Rather, it discusses many different pathways of the occult practice from witch doctors to santeria and so much more.





10. Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft by Raymond Buckland

Like Silver Ravenwolf and Scott Cunningham's work, no beginner witch list is complete without a little Raymond Buckland. This book will guide you in a more ceremonial magic art form.


This list is a tiny sample of the many beginner-friendly books on witchcraft.

Many of these books are older publications, and I will continue to add more lists and link them to this blog post below. I also understand that only some people want to start the Wiccan route; I will add more lists for you. This list is a great starting point, as many of these boxes explain occult jargon ( language) and tools. Folk magic is also another beginner-friendly starting point. As this series continues, we will dive into more advanced books and a more comprehensive range of occult art forms.

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