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Witches and Wizards:
Astonishing real life stories

Author: Lucy Cavendish

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Astonishing real life stories behind the occult’s greatest legends, myths and mysteries

Witches and Wizards reveals the real-life stories of the most notorious and powerful occult personalities of all time. Within its pages you’ll discover the amazing stories behind the legends: from King Arthur’s Merlin to the infamous Aleister Crowley, right through to the modern icons of Witchcraft. Shining light on the Salem witch trials, the Burning Times, the Magickal Battle of Britain and beyond, Witches and Wizards is a thrilling read for anyone who loves the mysterious, the true and the strange.

Written by renowned Witch and author Lucy Cavendish, Witches and Wizards is an unforgettable read brimming with Magick, myth and mystery.

Lucy Cavendish

Lucy Cavendish
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www.lucycavendish.com.au

Lucy Cavendish is an internationally acclaimed spiritual author and intuition expert. She exhibited strong extra-sensory abilities as a child, and with no answers from school or mainstream religion, Lucy set out on a personal quest to understand and develop her magickal gifts. Lucy grew up in Sydney, Australia, and she has lived in Paris, London and the United States.When she’s not writing or speaking, you’ll find Lucy surfing in the ocean, wandering deep within a faery forest, or dancing with the spirits in an ancient stone circle.

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  • Witches and Wizard popularity grows

    Witches and Wizard popularity grows

    BY ELIZABETH HAZEL AT FACING NORTH OCTOBER 23RD / 0 COMMENTS

    Cavendish takes on the legends of magic and the occult in this fun little book. The stories she shares cull facts, or the most factual possible information about numerous individuals in the magical history. Rather than actually de-mystifying these characters, the author compares and contrasts the rumors and legends with what actually happened, and the person behind the stories. There are illustrations and photographs that supplement the written material. The book begins with Merlin, perhaps the greatest legendary wizard in history.

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  • Publishers Weekly US reviews Witches and Wizards

    Publishers Weekly US reviews Witches and Wizards

    BY PUBLISHERS WEEKLY US. APRIL 24TH / 0 COMMENTS

    Cavendish (Spellbound) mixes together history, biography, and the religion of magick, under which umbrella the author includes wizardry, witchcraft, and the occult. Early on, Cavendish gives an excellent historical overview of famous figures who practiced magick, such as Merlin. The reader also learns how those who practiced witchcraft, and those accused of such practices, were treated unjustly. Through historical accounts, readers learn how accused witches were horrendously tortured by burning, hanging, and decapitation. In addition to stories of legendary witches and wizards, Cavendish also provides accounts of the lives of famous occultists, such as the flamboyant Aleister Crowley.

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  • Witches and Wizards Reviewed

    Witches and Wizards Reviewed

    BY NATHAN HO MARCH 7TH / 0 COMMENTS

    "Witches and Wizards" by Lucy Cavendish, presents an enchanted insight into some of the most influential and inspiring people who lived and led a life of magick, mystery and intrigue. The book sheds light onto the magickal path and some of its most influential and controversial people and themes such as Merlin, Aleister Crowley and Sydney's own Witch of Kings Cross, Rosaleen Norton. With the theme of Witches and Wizards comes the notion of secrecy, living like misfits and memories of the burning times and as alternative and unorthodox as these people may have been, Lucy's passion in thoroughly research and writing this book reveals the humanistic qualities found within their stories.

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  • The Witch of Kings Cross.

    The Witch of Kings Cross.

    BY EMMA REYNOLDS, NEWS.COM.AU FEBRUARY 10TH / 0 COMMENTS

    WITH her dramatically arched eyebrows and vivid paintings on satanic themes, Rosaleen Norton shocked ’50s and ’60s Australia. The ‘Witch of Kings Cross’ became notorious for her bizarre appearance and occult beliefs, and was condemned for making “obscene” works of art. She was expelled from a Church of England girls’ school in NSW for corrupting the other girls and began busking, holding exhibitions and painting pagan murals on the streets, until her adventurous sex life scandalised society.

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  • Lucy Cavendish appears live on Studio 10

    Lucy Cavendish appears live on Studio 10

    BY CHANNEL 10 FEBRUARY 12TH / 0 COMMENTS

    Lucy Cavendish live on Studio 10 to promote her latest book Witches and Wizards

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