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Tubelo's Green Fire: Mythos, Ethos, Female, Male & Priestly Mysteries Of The Clan Of Tubal Cain (New)
by Oates, Shani
Publisher: Mandrake of Oxford
Book ID: 9781906958077, 1906958076
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This book explores historical and contemporary ideas of witchcraft through the perspective of the Clan of Tubal Cain -- a closed Initiatory group aligned to the Shadow Mysteries within the Luciferian stream. As students of arte we mediate the ancestral stream, teaching through practice with the sacred tenets of Truth, Love and Beauty.
The Word is thus manifest in deed and vision.
"A driving thirst for knowledge is the forerunner of wisdom. Knowledge is a state that all organic life posesses, wisdom is the reward of the spirit, gained in the search for knowledge. Truth is variable -- what is true now, will not be true tomorrow, since the temporal truths are dependent upon ethics and social mores -- therefore wisdom is possibly eternal Truth, untouched by man's condition. So we must come to the heart of the People, a belief that is based upon Eternity, and not upon social needs or pressures -- the 'witch' belief then is concerned with wisdom, our true name, then is the wise people and wisdom is our aim."
-- Robert Cochrane (1931-1966)
Contents: Mythopoesis / Goda, the Clan of Tubal Cain and Robert Cochrane / Hekate, Dark Mistress of the Soul / The Wisdom of Courtly Love / Dance of the Seven Veils / Hand of Fatima / Sila na gigh / Dia de los Muertos / Abbots Bromley, the Wild Hunt and Saint Nick / Summer and Winter Customs / The Wild Hunt / Green Knight, Dark God of Light / The Fisher King: Gnostic Priest of the High Mysteries of the Graal / The Divine Duellists / Why Cranes? An Exploration into their Mythic Significance in Legend and Lore / The Fruit of Wisdom / Musings on the Sacred / The Mystery Tradition / A Man for all Seasons / The Three Rings of the Compass / Traditional Enigma / The Alchemy of the Compass / What is an Initiation?
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