WITCH. The Beliefs, Principles and Personal Practices of America's own Witch Queen. Lady SHEBA.

WITCH. The Beliefs, Principles and Personal Practices of America's own Witch Queen.

St. Paul: Llewellyn Publications, 1973. First Edition. Octavo, original pictorial wrappers (trade paper format). 111 pp., illustrated. Small bookseller's ticket on inner front cover (from Diddling Metaphysical Books in Victoria, owned by Lion Serpent Sun); a few small marks to covers, spine panel a bit dusty, a nice, clean, very good or better copy. Item #312278

¶ Lady Sheba {Jessie Wicker Bell, 1920 - 2002) was the founder of the American Order of the Brotherhood of the Wicca. Of Irish and Cherokee descent, she claimed that her family had practised witchcraft for seven generations, that she had led many previous lives, and that her grandmother introduced her to the craft when she was six years old and taught her the lore of the Irish Fairy Folk and the Spirit Guides of the Cherokee. She was known as commonly known as "America's Witch Queen"

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