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Witchcraft Goes Mainstrain — Bibliography

Adler, Margot, 1986; Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshippers and Other Pagans in America Today, 2nd ed. (Boston, MA: Beacon Press).

___ 2000; “A Time for Truth” Beliefnet, August 2000. [http://www.belief.net/story/40/story_4007_1.html]

Alba, De-Anna, 1989; The Goddess Emerging” Gnosis, Fall,1989.

Alexander, Brooks, 1982; “The Rise of Cosmic Humanism” SCP Journal, Vol. 5:1, 1982.

___ 1984; “Occult Philosophy and Mystical Experience” SCP Journal, Vol. 6:1; Winter, 1984.

Alexander, Brooks and Burrows, Robert, 1984; “New Age and Biblical Worldviews” SCP Newsletter, Vol. 10, No. 5; Winter 1984-5.

Badman, Derik A., 2002; “Academic Buffy Bibliography” Slayage: The Online Journal of Buffy Studies, Number 7 December 2002. [http://slayage.tv/essays/slayage7/Badman.htm]

Bainbridge, William Sims and Stark, Rodney, 1980; “Superstitions, Old and New” The Skeptical Inquirer; Summer 1980.

Barker, Jason, 1998 I; “Youth and the Occult” Watchman Expositor, Vol. 15, No. 6, 1998.
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Barker, Jason, 1998 II; “Youth-Oriented TV and the Occult” Watchman Expositor, Vol. 15, No. 6, 1998. Online version: [http://www.watchman.org/occult/youthandoccult.htm]

Berger, Helen, 1999; A Community of Witches — Contemporary Neopaganism and Witchcraft in the United States (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press).

“Bewitched” (Web page). [http://www.cwrl.utexas.edu/7Ewomen/mysteries/siesing/final/witchy_women/untitled/bewitching.html]

Binford, Sally; “Are Goddesses and Matriarchy Merely Figments of Feminist Imagination?”; in Spretnak, ed., 1982 (q.v.)

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Brooke, Tal, 1990; “Lowering the Stairway to Heaven into the Abyss” SCP Journal, Vol. 9:3, 1990.

CBN, 1999; CBN News Report, aired on the 700 Club June 30, 1999.

Clark, Lynn Schofield, 2003; From Angels to Aliens — Teenagers, the Media and the Supernatural (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Clifton, Charles S. (1991) “How the Craft Was Crafted” Gnosis, Fall, 1991).

Davis, Eric, 1993: “Techgnosis, Magic, Memory, and the Angels of Information” The South Atlantic Quarterly, Fall, 1993; vol 92, no. 4.

Davis, Erik, 1995: “Technopagans: May The Astral Plane Be Reborn In Cyberspace” Wired, No. 3.07, Jul 1995. Online Version: [http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/3.07/technopagans.html].

Devin, Pat, 1998; “An Interview with Pat Devin” Website of Cyberwitch.com [http://www.cyberwitch.com/wychwood/Library/interviewWithPatDevin.htm].

Dugan, Ellen, 2003; Elements of Witchcraft: Natural Magick for Teens (St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publishers).

Edwards, Catherine, 1999; “Wicca Casts Spell on Teenage Girls” Insight, October 25, 1999.

Eliade, Mircea, 1958; Patterns in Comparative Religion (London: Sheed and Ward; reprint edition 1963; NY: Meridian Books).

___, 1976; Occultism, Witchcraft and Cultural Fashions — Essays in Comparative Religion (Chicago: University of Chicago Press).

Eller, Cynthia, 1993; Living in the Lap of the Goddess: The Feminist Spirituality Movement in America (Boston: Beacon Press).

Ellmore, Taylor, 2003; “Invoking Buffy Discovering the Magic of Pop Icons” New Witch, Issue # 4, Summer ’04.

Frew, D. Hudson, and Korn, Anna, (1991) “Or Was It?” Gnosis, Fall, 1991.

Frew, Don, 2002; Interview with author.

____, 2003; “The Covenant of the Goddess & the Interfaith Movement: Transforming Our community, Changing the World” (CoG Website >del>)

Genge, N.E., 2000; The Book of Shadows: The Unofficial “Charmed” Companion, (New York: Three Rivers Press).

Gibbons, Jennifer, 1998; “Recent Developments in the Study of the Great European Witch-Hunt” The Pomegranate: Journal of Pagan Studies, Issue #5; Lammas, 1998. Online version: [http://www.cog.org/witch_hunt.html].

___, 1999; Personal Correspondence with Author.

“Goth,” 1998; “Goth,” Alt.Culture [Online]. [http://www.altculture.com/aentries/g/goth.html.]

Graves, Robert, 1948 (amended and enlarged edition, 1966); The White Goddess (NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux).

Guiness, Os, 1994 (original edition, 1973); The Dust of Death The Sixties Counterculture and How It Changed America Forever (Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books).

Harvey, Graham, 2000; “Fantasy in the Study of Religions: Paganism as Observed and Enhanced by Terry Pratchett” DISKUS Vol. 6 (2000) Web Edition:

Harvey, Linda P., 2002; “Heresy in the Hood II: Witchcraft among Children and Teens in America” Website of Leadership U. [http://www.leaderu.com/theology/teenwitchcraft.html]

Hawkins, Craig S. (1990) “The Modern World of Witchcraft, Part One” Christian Research Journal, Winter/ Spring, 1990.

____, (1990) “The Modern World of Witchcraft, Part Two” Christian Research Journal, Summer, 1990.

____, 1996; Witchcraft — Exploring the World of Wicca (Grand Rapids: Baker Books).

Herrick, James A., 2003; The Making of the New Spirituality: The Eclipse of the Western Religious Tradition (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press).

Horne, Fiona, 2003; Witchin: A Handbook for Teen Witches (Rockport MA: Thorson’s Publishing)

Hughes, Pennethorn, 1965; Witchcraft (Baltimore: Penguin Books).

Hutton, Ronald, 1991; The Pagan Religion of the Ancient British Isles (Cambridge, MA; Blackwell).

____, 1999; The Triumph of the Moon — A History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Isaacs, Barbara, 1997; “Most Teens Don’t Cross the Line, Say Students,” Lexington Herald-Leader, April 13, 1997.

Kelly, Aidan A., 1991; Crafting the Art of Magic, Book I: A History of Modern Witchcraft, 1939-1964 (St. Paul, MN: Llewllyn Publications).

King, Francis, 1970; The Rites of Modern Occult Magic (NY: Macmillan).

Leland, Charles Godfrey, Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches (London: David Nutt; reprint edition , 1974; NY: Samuel Weiser).

Lewis, I. M., 1971; Ecstatic Religion: An Anthropological Study of Spirit Possession and Shamanism (Baltimore: Penguin Books).

Lewis, James R., 1999; Witchcraft Today: An Encyclopedia of Wiccan and Neopagan Traditions (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO).

Lippy, Charles, 1994; Being Religious, American Style: A History of popular Religiosity in the United States (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press).

Loveland, Anne C., 1997; American Evangelicals and the U.S. Military, 1942-1993 (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press).

Martello, Leo, 1973; Witchcraft: The Old Religion (Seacaucus, NJ: University Books).

Manoy, Lauren, 2002; Where to Park Your Broomstick: A Teen’s Guide to Witchcraft (New York: Simon & Schuster/Fireside).

McGuire, Seanan, 2002; “Witchcraft on ‘Buffy'” New Witch, #1, Autumn, 2002).

Miller, Laura, 2003; “The Man Behind the Slayer” Salon, May 20, 2003. Internet edition: [http://archive.salon.com/ent/tv/int/2003/05/20/whedon/]

Molnar, Thomas, 1974; “The Gnostic Tradition and Renaissance Occultism.” The Journal of Christian Reconstruction, Winter, 1974.

Montgomery, John Warwick, 1973; Principalities and Powers (Minneapolis, MN: Bethany Fellowship).

Mulrine, Anna, 1999; “So you want to be a teenage witch? How-to books may be just for fun — or not.” U.S. News, March 1, 1999.

Murray, Margaret, 1921; The Witch-Cult in Western Europe (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

____, 1933; The God of the Witches (London: Sampson, Low, Marston & Co., Ltd.).

____, 1954; The Divine King in England (London: Faber & Faber, Ltd.).

Nightmare, M. Macha, 2001; Witchcraft and the Web: Weaving Pagan Traditions Online (Toronto: ECW Press)

Nigosian, Solomon Alexander, 1978; Occultism in the Old Testament (Philadelphia and Ardmore, PA: Dorrance and Company).

Nisbet, Matt, 1998; “Why Are We Pushing Witch Craft on Girls?” The Skeptical Inquirer Electronic Digest; October 28, 1998.

Nugent, Christopher, 1983; Masks of Satan (London: Sheed and Ward).

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Pike, Sarah M., 2001; Earthly Bodies, Magical Selves: Contemporary Pagans and the Search for Community (Berkeley, CA: University of Californis Press)

Radio U, 1999; Columbus (Ohio) interview on Bash morning show, August 12, 1999.

Rain, Gwinevere, 2002; Spellcraft for Teens: A Magickal Guide to Writing and Casting Spells (St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publishers).

Ravenwolf, Silver, 1998; Teen Witch: Wicca for a New Generation (St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publications).

R., Skippy, 2002; “The Door Theologian of the Year” The Door; Sept.-Oct., 2002, #183. [http://thedoormagazine.com/archives/buffy.html]

Ratliff, John, 1999; “Witch Hunt” Texas Monthly; October, 1999.

Reisberg, Leo, 2000; “Campus Witches may Wear Black, But Don’t Look For Hats or Broomsticks” Chronicle of Higher Education, Internet edition; October 20, 2000. [http://chronicle.com/free/v47/i08/08a04901.htm]

Robinson, Tasha, 2001; “Joss Whedon” The Onion; Sept. 5, 2001 [http://www.theonionavclub.com/avclub3731/avfeature_3731.html]

Rose, Elliot, 1962; A Razor for a Goat — A Discussion of Certain Problems in the History of Witchcraft and Diabolism (Toronto: University of Toronto Press).

Rosin, Hanna, 1999; “Religious Base” Washington Post; June 8, 1999.

Russell, Jeffrey Burton, 1972; Witchcraft in the Middle Ages (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press).

____, 1980; A History of Witchcraft (London: Thames and Hudson).

Silk, Mark, 1999; “Something Wiccan This Way Comes” Religion in the News; Vol. 2, No.2, Summer, 1999 (he Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life, Trinity College, Hartford CT).

Spretnak, Charlene, ed., 1982; The Politics of Women’s Spirituality (Garden City, NJ: Anchor/Doubleday).

Summers, Rev. Montague, 1926; History of Witchcraft and Demonology (London: Kegan Paul).

___ 1926; Geography of Witchcraft (London: Kegan Paul).

___ 1937; Popular History of Witchcraft (London: Kegan Paul).

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Vale, V and Sulak, John, 2001; Modern Paganism: An Investigation of Contemporary Pagan Practices (San Francisco, RE/Search Publications).

Valiente, Doreen, 1973; An ABC of Witchcraft Past and Present (NY: St. Martin’s Press).

___ 1989; The Rebirth of Witchcraft (Custer, WA: Phoenix Publishing).

Walker, Wren, 1998; “Were We ‘Charmed’?” Witchvox.com; October 13, 1998 [http://www.witchvox.com/media/charmed.html]

Webb, James, 1974; The Occult Underground (La Salle, IL: Open Court).

___ 1976; The Occult Establishment (La Salle, IL: Open Court).

Wereszynski, Kathleen, 2002; “Wicca Casts Spell Over College Students” Fox News Network, December 10, 2002.

Wheatley, Dennis, 1935; The Devil Rides Out (London: Hutchinson).

___ 1943; To the Devil — A Daughter (London: Hutchinson).

___ 1960; The Satanist (London: Hutchinson).

___ 1971; The Devil and All His Works (London: Hutchinson).

White, Lynn, 1967; “The Historic Roots of Our Ecologic Crisis” Science (March, 1967; 155: 1203-7).

Williams, Charles, 1941; Witchcraft (London: Faber and Faber; reprint edition, 1959; NY: World Publishing/Meridian Books).

Wilson, Colin, 1971; The Occult (NY: Random House).

Winslade, J. Lawton, 2001; “Teen Witches, Wiccans, and ‘Wanna-Blessed-Be’s’: Pop-Culture Magic in Buffy the Vampire Slayer” Slayage: The Online International Journal of Buffy Studies 1 (2001). [http://www.slayage.tv/essays/slayage1/winslade.htm]

Wood, Jamie, 2001; The Teen Spell Book: Magick for Young Witches (Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts).

Wood, Peter, 2001; “Strange Gods — Neopaganism on Campus” National Review Online, September 5, 2001. [http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/comment-wood090501.shtml]


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