Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Silver Ravenwolf

A practicing witch and follower of the nature-centered religion known as Wicca

Silver RavenWolf born Jenine E. Trayer on September 11, 1956 is an American author and lecturer who focuses on Neopaganism. She is married and has four children. She currently resides in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania

Silver RavernWolf draws the most divided reactions among the community.
An Open Letter from SilverRavenWolf


Website http://www.silverravenwolf.com/ is currently down

Bibliography

Non-fiction

  • American Folk Magick: Charms, Spells & Herbals (1999)
  • Angels: Companions in Magick (2002)
  • Halloween: Spells, Recipes & Customs (1999)
  • HedgeWitch: Spells, Crafts & Rituals For Natural Magick (2008)
  • Hex Craft: Dutch Country Pow-wow Magick (1997)
  • Mindlight: Secrets of Energy, Magick & Manifestation (2006)
  • Silver's Spells for Abundance (2004)
  • Silver's Spells for Love (2001)
  • Silver's Spells for Protection (2000)
  • TeenWitch!: Wicca for a New Generation (2003)
  • To Light a Sacred Flame: Practical Witchcraft for the Millennium (2002)
  • To Ride a Silver Broomstick: New Generation Witchcraft (2002)
  • To Stir a Magick Cauldron: A Witch's Guide to Casting and Conjuring (2005)
  • Solitary Witch: The Ultimate Book of Shadows for the New Generation (2003)
  • Witches Runes: Insights from the Old European Magickal Traditions (Cards)
  • A Witch's Notebook: Lessons in Witchcraft (2005)

Fiction

  • Beneath a Mountain Moon (1995)
  • Murder at Witches' Bluff: A Novel of Suspense and Magick (2000)

Witches' Chillers series:

  • Witches' Night Out (2000)
  • Witches' Night of Fear (2001)
  • Witches' Key to Terror (2001)


Resources
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_RavenWolf
http://biography.jrank.org/pages/1033/RavenWolf-Silver-1956.html
http://rationalwiki.com/wiki/Silver_Ravenwolf




4 comments:

  1. A very interesting post that I want to explore more. I don't know much about her but I'm not impressed with some of the quotes I see, however, they could always be taken out of context. I'm very intrigued . . .

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  2. Yes I felt the same.

    bright Blessings Annie

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  3. I see she has a blog - and her website will be up and running soon - I couldn't find much on her so looking forward to reading her website/blog

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  4. i personally met her when i lived in P.A. and she is an awesome person and i have read all her books and went to her lectures and i dont know what everyone is talking bad about her???
    I guess we can't judge until you walk a mile in their shoes?? sorry had to say my peace!!

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