After centuries of persecution, witches have gotten some bad press in pop culture. From Macbeth to Snow White, witches have traditionally appeared as villains, harming the innocent with black magic. In Woman Most Wild, however, author Danielle Dulsky debunks antiquated myths and reveals the true nature of witchcraft: an ancient spiritual path that rejects religious dogma in favor of female empowerment and reverence for the earth. In her sly conversational tone, Dulsky argues that it’s time to reclaim the word witch. More importantly, she shows us that every woman has a potential witch trapped inside, waiting to be freed from repression and conformity. Woman Most Wild gives all women the keys to freedom: by aligning themselves with the cycles of nature, understanding the importance of ritual, and bonding with a circle of like-minded seekers, they can liberate the witch within and take part in a collective feminine awakening.