A Naturalist-Atheist Witch's Reading Primer: witchcraft.
Introducing 'Sounds of Infinity, Appertaining Witchcraft and the Faerie Faith', by Lee Morgan - Three Hands Press. Lee Morgan's long anticipated book on Faerie lore is close to print! He is my favourite author on witchcraft so I can't wait to sink my teeth into it! Also the art by Lily Collard is gorgeous.
On the subject of rewilding witchcraft, Peter Grey remarks that the pagan practice situates itself where people and “spirits parlay through the penetrated body of someone who is outside of the normal rules.
Written by Peter Grey, I believe that this book is another important milestone within the world of Occult Publishing and Witchcraft in general.
Last year, I started the Greening your Magics series in a fit of inspiration for what is my activism:. And then there was Peter Grey’s Rewilding Witchcraft essay, which I encourage you to read if you have not already. I also recommend Sarah Lawless’s response. (and Sarah, if you see this, I had forgotten the actual title of your post when I was coming up with mine.) I read posts like.
Posts about Peter Grey written by The Green Witch. The Green Witch. Barefoot and openhanded before the Goddess and the God. Home Cameo; Bookroom; Covetousness Corner; The Prayer Tree; Wheel of the Year; 12th International Thelemic Symposium 5 10 2008. Seshat and I have just returned from this event, and I have to say, no disrespect to Ludlow et al, that it sets the pace for pagan conferences.
The Red Goddess takes you through a tale of sex, drugs and violence. This is an ecstatic journey through the unheard history of Babalon. This is an explicit and challenging vision of a very modern goddess coming into power. From Revelation, back through the Ishtar Gate and forward into a living modern magickal current. This is more than a history, it is a passionate account of living magick.
The witch has been created by the land to speak and act for it.”-Peter Gray, Apocalyptic Witchcraft. Botanarchy marks the end of the repression and exploitation of natural and human resources at the hands of hierarchical structures, patriarchal paradigms, and opportunistic, parasitic industry. It is the crack in the concrete where the.