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The Horn of Evenwood

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The Horn of Evenwood, Also called "The Master's Book of Conjury" or "The Witchfather's Bloodless Bones," is a true book of Art, a Grimoire of sorcerous operations, charms, and devices of Witchery. Based on well-worn patterns and operations of Traditional sorcery and European Witchcraft from the 16th-19th centuries, this manual of magical arts provides a complete working sy ...more
Hardcover, 172 pages
Published July 13th 2007 by Pendraig Publishing
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I've always found this book to be a really informative resource for prayers to the Witchfather and Queen of Elfhame, which is what I use it most for, although the spells and invocations Artisson lists are also very interesting and I've found it interesting to adapt them to my own practice. The only thing I do take issue with is his snobbery - he looks down on 'spiritual tourists' and even uses the word 'playgan' once or twice, which I just find mildly irritating, but take care.
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Robin Artisson has been studying folklore, mythology, and the interior metaphysics of sorcery and traditional witchcraft for over 20 years. His specialty areas of knowledge include spiritual ecology, occult history, herbalism and wortcunning, divination, and soul-flight or trance induction, along with a vocational interest in the extraordinary exploration of the eldritch dimensions of the mind, th ...more
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