An eyewitness account of a modern coven and an overview of Wiccan history in a book that “sweep[s] clean the ‘old image of witchcraft’” (Kirkus Reviews).
What do witches really do? What is it like to be a witch? Experience the process through the eyes of Stewart Farrar, author, journalist, and witch, as he describes in detail the activities and practices of modern-day witches. When Stewart first started writing What Witches Do, he was “an interested agnostic” writing from an objective viewpoint. But by the time the book was finished, he had been initiated into the mysteries of Wicca and was destined to become internationally known as one of the world’s leading writers on the subject.
What Witches Do is part of The Paranormal, a series that resurrects rare titles, classic publications, and out-of-print texts, as well as publishes new supernatural and otherworldly ebooks for the digital age. The series includes a range of paranormal subjects from angels, fairies, and UFOs to near-death experiences, vampires, ghosts, and witchcraft.