An’ Ye Harm None by: Shelley Tsivia Rabinovitch

Magical Morality and Modern Ethics

Book Description

Now, from two leading writers on all things Wicca comes a warm, practical guide to choosing how to use Wicca ethically and responsibly to enhance your life. Taking a far-reaching and totally unbiased look at the Neo-Paganist lifestyles celebrated all over the world, An’ Ye Harm None provides answers to questions many Wiccans have about the issues they face every day, including:
– The morals and ethics of using magick.
– Making sexual choices–traditional or alternative–that are comfortable, safe, and fair.
– The perils of having money–or not having it.

  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Citadel (December 1, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0806525770
  • ISBN-13: 978-0806525778

Book Review

“Many Wiccan groups talk about harming none, but what does it really mean. This book helps to fill a gap by going in depth into the Harm None aspect and teaches more about it. Well worth the read for any serious practitioner of the modern craft and any student wanting to truly understand this topic.” – Hectuba

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