Scott Cunningham
"Magic is natural. It is a harmonious movement of energies to create needed change."
(June 27, 1956 – March 28, 1993)
Scott Cunningham

Beloved American writer, Scott Douglas Cunningham, wrote more than 50 books in his short lifetime, inviting solitary Wiccans and others of alternative faiths to explore, refine, and immerse themselves in their spirituality. As a result, Wicca's beautiful practices and religion were opened up to people who previously would have felt excluded by not being part of a familial tradition. In addition, readers who were previousy unsure how to even begin to appreciate the full spectrum of their faith gained both knowledge and Scott's gentle, accepting perspective to encourage them on their path.

Scott Cunningham
Scott's Life

If you would like to learn more about Scott's life, faith, and writing, please visit About.com's author profile for Scott Cunningham, and his page on Wikipedia. The best way to truly understand him, however, is to read one of his many magickal books, including a personal Book of Shadows that was written by him in the late 1970s or early 1980s and rediscovered for publication after his death. In addition, I strongly recommend the detailed and personal biography of Scott's life, Whispers of the Moon, written by David Harington and DiTraci Regula shortly after his untimely death.

Scott Cunningham

Published Works:
As Above, So Below.
Scott Cunningham