What is it like to be a witch? To be able to work magic, to heal, to see into the future; to be constantly approached by those in desperate need of help? Lois Bourne, psychic from childhood and a practising witch and occultist for over thirty years, has written a book of very personal reflections. She deals frankly with her own remarkable powers and examines the philosophy behind the Craft of the Wise. Exploring such New Age themes as psychometry and clairvoyance, precognition and the secret of invisibility has led her to many strange encounters and experiences. In the strong belief that mediumship was a vital part of early and medieval witchcraft, she describes the communications she has received on the subject of life after death, which have brought comfort and hope to many of those who have sought her help. A deeply moving book that shows how the mystical and the magical have always been inherent in human life and nature.