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** A Witch Alone (Thirteen Moons to Master Natural Magic) **
by Marian Green

This book carries on the tradition of the solo village witch emphasizing white rather than black magic. It is a practical manual of instruction for those who choose the solo path of study and particularly stresses the importance of being in tune with nature.


** Mastering Witchcraft: A Practical Guide for Witches, Warlocks, and Covens **
by Paul Huson

An enduring classic since its publication in 1970, Mastering Witchcraft is one of the best how-to manuals for those wishing to practice traditional European Witchcraft as a craft rather than a New Age religion.


The Crone's Book of Words
by Walerie Worth

The author has created from her studies these poems that are more than poems: instructions, incantations, and spells for every purpose. This is the magick incarnate in each of us who knows the power that is within.


Traditional Witchcraft A Cornish Book of Ways
by Gemma Gary

Traditional Witchcraft - A Cornish Book of Ways is a 21st century version of traditional Cornish witchcraft, of the kind recorded by Hunt, Bottrell and others. This is no neo-pagan or modern wiccan manual, but rather a deep drawing up into modern times of some of the ancient practices of lore and magic practiced by the white witches, charmers, conjurers and pellars of the Cornish villages.


The Charmers' Psalter - 2nd Edition
by Gemma Gary

The Psalms, mysterious in their origins and possibly far pre-dating their appearance within Judeo-Christian Scripture, have a long history of magical use. We encounter the Psalms within the rites and talismanic magic of the grimoires, and their prolific employment within Charming, Cunning and folk-magical tradition. Herein the methods of their use are varied and incorporate magical acts of utterance, inscription, bottling, burning, sprinkling, pouring and burial in conjunction with various substances and materials.


** Treading the Mill: Workings in Traditional Witchcraft **
by Nigel G. Pearson

Hallowing the Compass; Tools, Calling the Directions, Content of the Rite, Closing Statement & Thanksgiving, Honouring the Directions, Opening/Dismissing the Compass, Place of Working, Examples. Wand Crafting; What is a Wand? Aspects of Traditional Tree Lore, Dryads, Types of Wood, Some Native Trees, Cutting Wood for Magical Purposes, Creating your Wand, Finishing Off your Wand, A Hallowing Rite. Spell Crafting. What is a Spell? and more ..


** The Long Hidden Friend **
by John George Hohman

Instructing the practitioner in such matters as the arts of the circle, the conjuration of spirits, angels and demons, the performing of divinations, the crafting of magical tools, charms, amulets and talismans, and the magical properties of plants, the grimoire has had a profound influence on the practices of magic in the modern period.


The Flame in the Cauldron: A Book of Old-Style Witchery
by Orion Foxwood

Foxwood reveals some of his own deeply personal rituals and spells directly from his own grimoire of witchery; he highlights the differences (and similarities) between Wicca, "traditional" witchcraft, and old style witchery.


Authentic Witchcraft: The Historical Tradition Revealed
by Grayson Magnus

Its purpose is to introduce new and potential students to the authentic, historical Witchcraft tradition. Authentic Witchcraft is defined by three essential characteristics. First, Witchcraft is not religious. It has no gods, no prayer and no worship. Instead, it is based in a spiritual world-view called Animism. The second defining characteristic of authentic Witchcraft is that every Witch has a Familiar-Spirit who is a primary source of his or her power. This relationship takes the form of a courtship and romance. The final characteristic of authentic witchcraft is a subject long shunned by Wiccans and Neo-Pagans; The Devil. It is important for real Witches to understand what our ancestors believed about him and why.


Fifty Years in the Feri Tradition
by Cora Anderson

This book explains the Andersons' work and teachings in the Fairy Faith of the Old Religion-its theology, physics, and social structure.


The Black Toad: West Country Witchcraft and Magic
by Gemma Gary

The Black Toad explores potent examples of the folk-ceremonial magical practices and witchcraft of the south-west of England; dealing especially with Devon and the author's homeland of Cornwall.


A Deed Without a Name: Unearthing the Legacy of Traditional Witchcraft
by Lee Morgan

A Deed Without a Name seeks to weave together some of this cutting-edge research with insider information and practical know-how. Utilising her own decades of experience in witchcraft and core-shamanism Lee Morgan pulls together information from trial records, folklore and modern testimonials to deepen our understanding of the ecstatic and visionary substrata of Traditional Witchcraft.


Výsledek obrázku pro Carmina GadelicaCarmina Gadelica
by Alexander Carmichael

Collection of folk poetry from the Western Isles of Scotland. Carmichael spent years collecting folklore from the vanishing cultures of Scotland. The poems in this volume include prayers, invocations, blessings and charms.


Výsledek obrázku pro The GaldrabókThe Galdrabók
by Stephen E Flowers

This book is a grimoire translated by Stephen Flowers that dates back to the 1600s, but is believed to contain spells and rituals that come from as far back as the 1400s. The grimoire contains 47 spells and sigils/staves that originate from the old witchcraft traditions of Iceland.


Výsledek obrázku pro The PicatrixThe Picatrix
by Hashem Atallah

This grimoire contains nearly 400 pages with a large focus on astrological magic that relates to everything from creating talismans to conjuring spirits.


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