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Feasting from the Black Cauldron

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216 pages3 hours

Summary

Amaranthus has given the world a rare glimpse into the abiding spirit, primal presence, living legacy and witchery of the Old Craft - the Craft I know and love. In these days of repeated tables of correspondence, divinities and spirits spoken of as "energies", "archetypes" and symbols; Feasting from the Black Cauldron hearkens back to a time when witches were witches. When witches were born of the Old Blood that when awakened gave unusual powers and skills that made us feared and revered. And most importantly, the familial bonds of clan and coven that extend beyond time place and life-times that links us to the witches beyond the veil. I will recommend this book to my students and initiates. Now, take a breath, open the book and let the door of your soul open and you may find the words you have sought to understand the witchery working through you.
Feasting from the Black Cauldron talks about things that are often overlooked or ignored by today's authors in the modern witchcraft movement. This book covers topics such as Ignem Serpentes, Terra Umbrae and the Crossroads of Night. While many books on today's market are filled with basic outer court training, this book picks up where many other books leave off. Like any great work, this author challenges his readers to think beyond the contemporary literature of big publishing companies.

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