Väldigt vacker faktabok. Innehåller massor av bilder och enkelt uppdelad. Tjock bok, så jag satte flikar för att få bättre översikt. Vill man lära sig häxkonst är det inte denna man ska läsa, men om man är intresserad av ämnet är det en fantastisk faktabok att ha och bläddra i.
takes the fraught history of witches and imbues it with a magic befitting its subject Witchcraft is a celebration of true, even threatening powerby those who possess it least, and deserve it most. * W Magazine * Eye-opening and thought-provoking. * widewalls.ch * A lavish coffee-table book. [Witchcraft] surveys the shadow and the light the witch has cast across the Western imagination. * The New York Times * A tour de force, taking you all the way through the global history of witchcraft. * elitedaily.com * A visually vibrant volume that isn't so much a book as it is a spellbinding tribute to a figure and a practice that are as old as time. * cnn.com * Witchcraft offers a deep dive into the many facets of a centuries-old tradition in the Western world. * cnn.com * A densely packed book that takes a deep dive into the many archetypes the witch has taken throughout the course of time. * hypebeast.com * [This] powerful new book blows away the satanic baby-eating myths. * The Guardian * In this compendium of witchy women, from Renaissance paintings to modern Wicca, the caricature of the evil hag is turned upside down. * The Guardian * In scouring the history of art to back up their modern-pagan perspective, the editors point to something remarkable. * The Guardian * Delves into the witchs complex history, symbols, and depictions across time... * hyperallergic.com * Going so soon? I wouldnt hear of it. Why, my little partys just beginning! * The Wicked Witch of the West, The Wizard of Oz * I think that all women are witches, in the sense that a witch is a magical being. * Yoko Ono *
Jessica Hundley is an author, filmmaker and journalist. She has written for the likes of Vogue, Rolling Stone, and The New York Times, and has authored books on artists including Dennis Hopper, David Lynch, and Gram Parsons. Hundley often explores the counterculture in her work, with a focus on metaphysics, psychedelia, and magic. Pam Grossman is a writer, curator, and teacher of magickal practice and history. She is the host of the podcast The Witch Wave, and the author of Waking the Witch. Reflections on Women, Magic, and Power. Her work has been featured in such outlets as The New York Times, The Atlantic, and Artforum.