by Lee Morgan 168 pages
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The field of witchcraft studies is continually over-turning new information and research about traditional witchcraft practices and their meanings. A Deed Without a Name seeks to weave together some of this cutting-edge research with insider informat..
This is my new go-to guide for new witches. It is a witchcraft based in nature and elements and untangles religion from witchcraft as a practice but shows a deeply spiritual pursuit by a self identified animistic pantheist. It is thoughtful and really friendly. The author is also one of the folks be..
Add Toner brings together classic, out of print issues of Cometbus magazine, including 'Lanky' (a novella), 'Back to the Land' (an oral history of the children of hippie homesteaders) plus sixty other interviews and short stories. The text is lovingly handwritten, interspersed with b..
The author assumes no previous knowledge of the field, only a willingness to explore what magick offers. Chapman draws on a wide range of experience, from classical Crowleyean Magick, to eastern metaphysics, and back again to Discordianism and Chaos Magick.
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I picked this up as a curio because I thought it would make an interesting gift for the architects in my live. It's a small hard bound book with color illustrations. I think it would make a nice gift for the bulilding lover in your life.
Artist Dan Graham and writer Jessica Russell's pl..
Every human culture has evolved religious practices. Clearly, there is something inherent in humanity about religiosity: it must fulfill certain needs that evolved with us as our modern brains developed.
ATHEOPAGANISM explores how the evolution of proceeding brain systems contributed to the belie..
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Bringing Race to the Table: Exploring Racism in the Pagan Community is an anthology which explores the topic of racism and how it shows up in the Pagan community, as well as what we can do to discuss it and bring it out in the open. Each section of the anthology explores different facets of racism a..
From the publisher:
"An extended essay by one of the most prolific modern writers on witchcraft lore, examining the question of "why witches flew."
The "flight" of the medieval witches was a rapturous transportation to the distant, ecstatic rite of the Sabbat. As has ..
From Pioneers Press:
Adam Gnade's second novel, Caveworld, is a howl of desperation as its characters fight to find love and meaning in a society with which they feel out of step. Richly encyclopedic and set in the twin border towns of Tijuana and San Diego, the book tells two love stories se..
This fully annotated transcript from one of the great unsung heroes of witchcraft shares a wonderful collection of hands-on practices for the traditional witch. You will also discover a history of the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic that Cecil founded, a treatise on the practices of the wayside witch..