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Traditional Witchcraft: A Cornish Book of Ways

New Traditional Witchcraft: A Cornish Book of Ways

Gemma Gary explores modern approaches to ancient practices of witches, charmers, and conjurers of the 18th and 19th centuries. The practices described within this book are rooted in the traditional witchcraft of multiple British streams, making its charms and spells adaptable for practitioners in any land. Topics include fairy faith, the underworld, the Bucca, places of power, magical tools, and more.

Table of Contents:

Contents

Contents

Preface 11

Introduction 33

Cornwall's Museum of Witchcraft & Magic 49

The Cunning Path 61

The Dead and the Otherworld 69

The Bucca 77

Places of Power 87

The Tools of Cunning 99

The Witches' Compass 117

The Trade 135

Rites of the Moon 189

The Furry Nights 195

Initiations on the Cunning Way 219

Glossary 228

Bibliography 233

Index 236


Gemma Gary is a devoted practitioner of old-style witchcraft, folk magic, and cunning traditions, and cofounder of Troy Books, which specializes in occult and witchcraft traditions of England. She is the author of six books, including the bestselling Traditional Witchcraft. A British old-craft initiate, Gemma serves as the founder of the Craft Order Kord Bucca and as the Dyawles of the coven Ros an Bucca. Additionally, she is a Guise dancer in Penzance's popular midwinter festival and a longstanding trustee of the world famous Museum of Witchcraft & Magic. Gemma lives and works in the far west of Cornwall, a land rich in ancient sites, folklore, seasonal customs, and magical tradition.

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