Enchanted Feminism

This is the first major study of the most famous Reclaiming Witch community, founded in 1979 in San Francisco, written by an author who herself participated in a coven for ten years.

Enchanted Feminism

Author: Jone Salomonsen

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415223928

Page: 318

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This is the first major study of the most famous Reclaiming Witch community, founded in 1979 in San Francisco, written by an author who herself participated in a coven for ten years. Jone Salomonsen describes and examines the communal and ritual practices of Reclaiming, asking how these promote personal growth and cultural-religious change.

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