& Witchcraft Explore
If you like reading books about the salem witchcraft trials, try this link for suggested books you can find at the Richmond Heights Library.
BOOKS ABOUT WITCHCRAFT--Fantasy Fiction
If you like reading stories about evil and/or benevolent witches, try this link for suggested books you can find at the Richmond Heights Library.
About Witchcraft (from the Covenant of the Goddess)
This website on the modern-day practice/religion of witchcraft includes information on the basic philosophy, the historical roots of many common practices in modern-day witchcraft, holidays, and more. One nice feature (done in cooperation with Amazon.com) is an extensive bibliography of books on witchcraft. Don't forget that even out-of-print books can often be found for you by your public library.
Practical Magic: witchy movie site with an online "practical tarot"
Whether or not you liked the movie, you might want to visit this site for three reasons: 1) the sheer intricacy of the site, with its sophisticated, easy-to-navigate structure, attractive graphics and animations, and mysteriously chiming music (you'll want to create your own website or revamp the one you've already done), 2) the introduction to Alice Hoffman, a must-read author for anyone who likes supernatural fiction, and 3) the "Practical Tarot," that allows you to read your own tarot cards online.
The Salem Witch Museum
A virtual tour through an actual museum in Salem, Massachusetts. The discussion of "Haunted Happenings," an annual event in Salem, will make you want to visit the actual museum in October! Other sections provide photos, information on the famous trials, and more.
Salem Witchcraft Hysteria
This site by National Geographic Interactive provides information on the salem witchcraft trials in the 17th century, allowing you to take a heavily illustrated virtual journey through the tumult of that time. Considering all that's here, this site loads incredibly quickly! Nice extras include a witchy "Greetings from Salem" electronic postcard that you can send, the chance to ask a leading historian of the Salem witch trials questions online, and even a travel-guide to modern-day Salem, Massachusetts.
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Date this page was last updated: 08/31/2013