Mastering Witchcraft: A Practical Guide for Witches, Warlocks and Covens is a book written by Paul Huson and published in 1970 by G.P. Putnams- the first mainstream publisher to produce a do-it-yourself manual for the would-be witch or warlock. The book has been described as one of the main motivators of the so-called "occult explosion" of the 1970s; it was regarded as one of the chief sources of information and ritual for non-Wiccan and non-feminist witchcraft.

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  • Mastering Witchcraft: A Practical Guide for Witches, Warlocks and Covens is a book written by Paul Huson and published in 1970 by G.P. Putnams- the first mainstream publisher to produce a do-it-yourself manual for the would-be witch or warlock. The book has been described as one of the main motivators of the so-called "occult explosion" of the 1970s; it was regarded as one of the chief sources of information and ritual for non-Wiccan and non-feminist witchcraft. (en)
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  • Mastering Witchcraft: A Practical Guide for Witches, Warlocks and Covens is a book written by Paul Huson and published in 1970 by G.P. Putnams- the first mainstream publisher to produce a do-it-yourself manual for the would-be witch or warlock. The book has been described as one of the main motivators of the so-called "occult explosion" of the 1970s; it was regarded as one of the chief sources of information and ritual for non-Wiccan and non-feminist witchcraft. (en)
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