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One Coven's Ways: A Book of Rites (New)
Publisher: Capall Bann
Book ID: 9781861633163, 1861633165
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An initiate of modern Witchcraft, the author gives the actual rites and rituals of a working coven, from an insider’s point of view. These rites were developed by the coven themselves over a period of nearly 25 years and give a fascinating insight into the workings of an initiate-only coven. As the coven itself has ceased practice, the secrecy surrounding these rites may now be lifted and they are here offered as working examples, which others may benefit from. The rites detailed cover devotional, magical and festive rituals, rites for the Greater and Lesser Sabbats, rites for the God and Goddess, rites of passage and workings for solitary practice. In the Appendix, the author gives a unique ritual – developed from information received via trance and dream work – that takes the practitioners on a mystical journey to the mythical island of Avalon, seeking knowledge of the return of the Old Ways and what they may do to aid this return. There are many books around these days, dealing with the rites of modern Witchcraft, but very few are written from an initiated insider’s point of view. The author has 30 years of practical experience in working the Craft and, for many of those years, was the Priest of the coven whose rites are discussed here. He helped to craft and write a great many of them and was instrumental in formulating others with the rest of the coven.
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