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For years, a young man joined covens to investigate and practice Wicca. He puzzled over two questions and wrote a book about his answers. That book encouraged people, for the first time ever, to learn and follow Wicca on their own, changing Wicca into the fastest growing faith on the planet. That book was Wicca, A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner. That man was Scott Cunningham.

Who was he? What drove him as a writer and in his personal and spiritual life? Donald Michael Kraig, Scott’s roommate for six years, reveals the real Scott in this new look at everything Cunningham.

Discover how Scott became fascinated by herbal magic and discovered Wicca. See how his approach to work, life, and magic infuse in his writing. Read previously unpublished personal episodes in his life.

Scott became fascinated with Hawaii and travelled there frequently. Why? What drew him there repeatedly?

Read the truth about the man who changed Wicca forever and learn his magical secrets. What were his passions in life? What were the two questions he asked? Find out when you read, The Magical Life of Scott Cunningham!

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    Interesting, but a littlebit short...

    It was an interesting book. I hoped for more personal memories, stories, but when someone wants to know about Scott Cunningham, about his work, his life, thats a good beginning. Whit this book, Cunningham is more personal to me, more human, not just a great "teacher", but a man, who lived a short, but joyful, and colorful life.

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