Patricia Crowther
In her latest book, Patricia Crowther explores some of the many questions she has been asked over almost fifty years as an initiate of the craft and a high priestess of the Great Goddess. 'What is a witch's ladder?', 'Why is the left hand associated with the devil?', 'Is it true that only a young woman can become a high priestess?' are just some of the questions addressed in these pages. An acknowledged authority on witchcraft and magic, the author offers the reader the benefit of her considerable knowledge. There are sections on Magic Mirrors, the validity of self-initiation, how to protect yourself against ill-wishing, the Mansions of the Moon, talismans, the language of flowers and a guide to running a successful coven. Laced with poetry, this new paperback edition of Covensense will be an instructive and exciting addition to any Occultist's library.
Covensense by Patricia Crowther

About the author

As one of the world's most famous witches, Patricia Crowther has devoted almost half a century to promoting the craft of the wise through her books, articles, lectures and regular appearances on television and radio. Initiated in 1960 by her close friend and confidante Gerald Gardner, Patricia continued his work in order to bring the age-old religion of the Goddess to its rightful place in the new age. Today, she enjoys giving tarot consultations, advising would-be witches and spending time with craft friends.