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Further reading


sea witch books
Unlike most types of witchcraft, there is very little information available in print on sea witchery. It doesn’t seem to be a popular subject for magickal authors these days as having a magickal specialty is uncommon at best. That being the case, you might find these references helpful in your magickal studies.

The Sea Priestess The Sea Priestess by Dion Fortune (1938): An introduction to Fortune's strongest character of Vivien Le Fay Morgan who is a Hermetic Path initiate. Moon Magic Moon Magic by Dion Fortune (1957): The sequel to The Sea Priestess. The storyline is not as developed as The Sea Priestess. This was completed by one of the members of the Fraternity of Inner Light after her death.
Earth Power Earth Power: Techniques of Natural Magic by Scott Cunningham (Llewellyn Publications, 1983): A good basic guide to folk magick. Nothing too complicated that requires exotic ingredients. Earth, Air, Fire & Water Earth, Air, Fire & Water: More Techniques of Natural Magic by Scott Cunningham (Llewellyn Publications, 1997): Somewhat more in-depth than Earth Power, but still simple enough for a beginner to manage.
Alone of all her sex Alone of All Her Sex: The myth and the cult of the Virgin Mary by Marina Warner (Alfred A. Knopf, 1976): Quite possibly the definitive work on the cult of the Virgin Mary. An excellent resource. Folklore and the Sea Folklore and the Sea by Horace Beck (Wesleyan University Press, 1977): An excellent reference for sea folklore.

These books can be difficult to find since many are out of print. Some great places to buy used books online include:

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