Uncover the dark origins of England's idyllic countryside with Cloven Country. Explore the legends and myths that paint a sinister picture of the rolling hills and country lanes, believed to have been created and shaped by the Devil himself. From tales of rocks hurled into place and valleys carv..
A UK based magazine about magic, mythology, folklore, the occult and celebrating the unseen mystery around is. Ge Re-enchanted this issueFEATURING CONTRIBUTIONS FROM/INTERVIEWS WITH:Kirsty LoganDr Thomas WatersProfessor Ronald HuttonMaggie ElianaBw BachNaomi MorrisBha..
A UK based magazine about magic, mythology, folklore, the occult and celebrating the unseen mystery around is. This issue is water themed.FEATURING CONTRIBUTIONS FROM/INTERVIEWS WITH:Dr Thomas WatersMatthew SchultzRachel PollackNaomi IshiguroMaggie ElianaEmma Kathryn Port..
An exploration of the wild spirits that once roamed the lands and inhabited the waters and the pagan rites used to gain their good will- Explores medieval stories and folk traditions of brownies, fairies, giants, dragons, will-o'-the-wisps, and demons- Explains the specific rites perfo..
"Appalachian folk magic and conjure are little known today, but forty or fifty years ago, just about every person you might ask in Appalachia either knew something about it themselves or knew someone who did it. These practices and 'superstitions' are at the core Appalachian culture. Wh..
Shamanism, religion and magic have long acknowledged the significance of dreams as a bridge to the spirit world, and over time developed practices for dream incubation. Many such practices involved plants, and were operant at the folk level, seeking to incept dreams of a prophetic nature, to obtain ..
"Ye are twenty-five cards. Become twenty-five devils Enter into the body, into the blood, into the soul ." So begins a nineteenth century Italian charm making use of a small deck of playing cards. This brief-but-richly drawn book explores the practice of divination by playing cards-known a..
A new, updated edition of the first entry in the Folk Witchcraft series. Complete with exercises, theories, models, and a beginner's working grimoire, Folk Witchcraft provides the student witch with an insightful perspective on the craft that is firmly rooted in the past, but adapted for the pre..
I love that one of the first things in this book is a land acknowledgement. -AWWitchcraft and magic in America is an inherently multicultural experience and the folklore of our ancestors from every country converges here at a crossroads. It's a complicated history; one of uncertainty and f..
This was the first witchcraft books that I read where things started to click for me. I had read a bunch of neo-Wiccan books that seemed so structured and definitive like there was only one way to practice witchcraft and magic and all those books just didn't sit right with me. I picked up this b..